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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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Live Review: Faye Webster/Upchuck – Franklin Music Hall, Philadelphia, PA 21.10.2023

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Delayed, but not dampened by the rain, Loyle Carner delivered an electrifying set of honesty and connection in Halifax

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Tom Grennan never gives less than his all, and his show lit up Millennium Square in Leeds on Saturday.  Following a slightly delayed start, due to England scraping through to the Euro semi finals, we were finally treated first to the sublime Victor Ray, before Grennan kicked things off with a quick fire trio of …

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Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls seemingly never actually sleep. Following Turner’s world record attempt to play the most gigs in different cities in 24 hours, he’s back on the road with the band through July.

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Alternative pop icon, PVRIS, made their highly anticipated return to Orlando’s House of Blues. No venue is big enough to contain the powerful vocals and irreplaceable energy PVRIS brings to the table. Kicking off the night was Tijuana’s, Bruises, and was followed by Manchester rock band, Pale Waves.

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Australian indie up-and-comers Teenage Dads brought their tour to Leeds last week, and gave a performance that stamps their mark on the scene and promised big things for the future. The band are mid-tour as they arrive in Leeds, having played in the US, around the UK before heading off into Europe before a well …

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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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Following the release of the latest EP, Accelerator, which we gave a resounding 9 out of 10 at Backseat Mafia, HighSchool hit the road on their European tour and we caught the show in Leeds. The Australian indie band bounced up the 3 steps on to the stage in Brudenell’s Community Room, but to a …

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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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Formed in 2018, following time busking on the streets of Belfast, Dea Matrona have clearly spent time honing their craft as a live act. There’s a good crowd in the Wardrobe in Leeds, and interestingly, with a far higher average age than I was expecting.  Many have come down early to see the excellent Fiona-Lee. …

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