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Gallery: Chicano Batman/ Lido Pimienta at Union Transfer, Philadelphia, 13.05.2024

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Gallery: CSS/ Sloppy Jane at The Foundry, Philadelphia, 06.05.2024

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Like a patient etherised on a table, prior to the iconic Dark Mofo Festival it has been alleged that winter in Hobart showed little signs of life, with only a discernible pulse. And to push the analogy more than is strictly necessary – this year, Dark Mofo was undergoing restorative surgery – it was not …

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Prateek Kuhad is a gem hidden in plain sight. Playing songs of love and longing to the Philadelphia crowd, Kuhad was able to build a sense of trust and belonging in a room full of strangers. His Silhouette Tour lighting (just as the name suggests) outlined his figure and illuminated the ceiling in vibrant color …

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Philadelphia’s own Mannequin Pussy sold out three nights at the iconic Union Transfer venue accompanied by another Philly-familiar face, four-piece band, Soul Glo. Their “I Got Heaven” tour kicks off in Europe at the end of this month and wraps up back in the United States at the end of October.

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Thursday night at the Oxford Art Factory was a whirlwind of high-energy excitement as Hands Like Houses, the post-hardcore sensation from Canberra, took centre stage. This marked a pivotal moment in the band’s journey, with the debut of their new lead singer, Josh Raven, as part of their Tropo Tour. Stepping in the doors, it …

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Los Angeles-based Chicano Batman brought their healing energy to the Union Transfer stage for a night of groovy tunes. The trio sang about love, peace, and longing for more in a mix of Spanish and English. Opening the evening was mother of three, Latina queen, Lido Pimienta, who took the time to advocate for all …

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On a crisp Friday night in Eora/Sydney, the walls of Oxford Art Factory resonated with soul-stirring melodies as Sam Fischer, the Aussie singer-songwriter behind the heartfelt album ‘I Love You, Please Don’t Hate Me‘, captivated a sold-out crowd. Fischer’s musical journey, marked by genuine emotion and lyrical prowess, came alive on stage, leaving fans enchanted …

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When the front man rocks a Phillies Jersey, there was no doubt that Architects were not messing around. Mentioning that Architects previously preformed in Franklin Music Hall as the first act in a line-up of around seven bands many years ago, the Brighton boys were proud to headline in the familiar venue. The night was …

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By Anthony Moore Tennessee based Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors brought the “Find Your People” tour to Portand’s Revolution Hall this past Monday. Joining them on this tour is Canadian singer songwriter Donovan Woods. The show provided a blend of Americana rock music with some country roots. Donovan Woods opened the show playing through a …

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