Listen, when I first heard Tom Misch, I felt like the three ladies in Beauty and the Beast swooning over Gaston… except Gaston wasn’t a huge misogynistic asshole, he was a beautiful multi-instrumentalist prince who has an insane ability to put gorgeous songs together. Collaborating with our other crush Loyle Carner, Tom Misch’s music is the […]Read More morning jam: Tom Misch “It Runs Through Me (feat. De La Soul)” + Show at Union Transfer!!!!
Hop Along hit us at our core with their infectious new single “How Simple”. With an anthemic chorus, “Don’t worry, we’ll both find out just not together” you’ll wanna sing back at the top of your lungs, “How Simple” is our new favorite jam. The Philly-based band released the single along with “Not Abel” off […]Read More morning jam: Hop Along “How Simple”
Ever listen to a song and feel like you are floating on a cloud into the great beyond and never want it to end? That’s how we feel whenever a Rostam song comes on, so we are more than excited and overjoyed that he will be blessing our city of Philadelphia with a show tonight […]Read More Philly Show NOT to miss: ROSTAM at Union Transfer TONIGHT!!!!
Get out your planners Philly, because the only thing scary about the music scene in Philly this October is how many epic shows you need to fit into your schedule… and that is our favorite kind of horror show. Only if you have the 100000 concert tickets I need this month to not have FOMO. […]Read More Your October Philly Concert Calendar ft. Girlpool, Deerhoof, Nap Eyes, Sweet Spirit, Japanese Breakfast, Cults and Kesha!!!
Our writer Meghan Bucci went to see Har Mar Superstar and she’s ready to go on tour. Check out her review and watch the full concert at Union Transfer below! —- Har Mar Superstar is currently on tour promoting their new EP Personal Boy. Opening up for The Afghan Whigs, Har Mar Superstar and his […]Read More Har Mar Superstar is on tour and you need to get tickets now
Philly is poppin’ off tomorrow night!! So many great rock bands are coming through our blessed town including a sold-out Minus The Bear show with Beach Slang tomorrow night at Union Transfer! Beach Slang are bringing their gritty, anthemic new tunes from their second album, A Loud Bash of Teenage Feelings released last year to the […]Read More Philly show NOT to be missed: Beach Slang + Minus The Bear at Union Transfer Saturday night!!!
Need some sunshine-riddled grooves to get you through your week? Me too. Lucky for us Allah-Las, The Babe Rainbow, and ROYA are coming into town tomorrow night to light up all of our lives with the freshest, grooviest tunes since 1969. The show is at one of the best Philadelphia music venues, Union Transfer and starts at […]Read More Philly Show NOT to be missed: Allah-Las, The Babe Rainbow, and Roya at Union Transfer TOMORROW NIGHT!!!!
Philly favorite Vincent John will be playing double duty tonight at Union Transfer and you do not want to miss this show! First, Vincent John will be opening the show as a solo artist and then playing guitar for the legendary soul artist Lee Fields & The Expressions. Vincent John is a multifaceted artist, songwriter and producer […]Read More Philly show NOT to be missed: Vincent John + Lee Fields & The Expressions at Union Transfer TONIGHT!!!!
Remember that band that electrified your life in High School and equally alarmed your parents when you asked for a CD entitled The Art of Drowning with a graveyard on it for Christmas? No? Well I do, and that band is the absolute legends AFI. Is this flashback Friday Cher? Why are we discussing your undying […]Read More NOTHING play sold-out show opening for AFI this Monday at Union Transfer!!!!
Thundercat is back and he’s stepping up his baby-making music game by assembling Michael McDonald and Kenny Loggins to feature on his new single “Show You The Way”. This shining star of an album preview has me pre-ordering this 23 -song masterpiece on 4 red vinyl-I mean Thundercat is the only Valentine’s Day present one […]Read More “Drunk” for Thundercat’s new music // “Show You The Way (feat. Michael McDonald & Kenny Loggins)”