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One thing you may not know about this song is that it’s already been kicking around for 7 years – George Alley‘s been, and continues to be, in this for the long haul. The Philadelphia multi-disciplinary artist (composer, performer, choreographer, even outside music as a podcaster) has been touting a DIY eithos since he got …

Myke Towers brought his Spanish flair to Philadelphia on Saturday night. Dripped out in a bright red, “Young King” jumpsuit and a red Phillies hat to match, he electrified The Met, Philadelphia stage for an hour and a half long show. His La Vida es Una tour continues next in Washington D.C. and wraps up …

A R I Z O N A preformed their third-to-last tour performance in Philadelphia’s Fillmore on Friday night. The group of longtime best friends thought it was only right to end their tour back on the east coast where they’re from. Just when the night couldn’t get any better, a surprise wedding proposal topped off …

Philadelphia brought their cowboy hats along for Jessie Murph’s one night showing of her Cowboys and Angels tour. Mixing in the old, the new, and the unreleased, Murph’s angelic voice left fans Praying for more. Opening the night was Chicago native, Henry Verus.

As noted in the press materials for his new album, the concept of a Great American Rock Record may feel outdated in 2023, but that’s sure as hell not stopping Joseph D’Agustino. You might know him from Cymbals Eat Guitars. You should know him as Empty Country. Rescued from label hell in early 2020 as …

Muna at The Met Philadelphia

After a false start with a major label, indie goddess Phoebe Bridgers swept up Muna for the roster of her Saddest Factory Records.  The band has embraced an upward trajectory with the help of some friends (Harry Styles, Lorde, The 1975 – just to name a few) and a loyal, adoring fan base. They are currently …

If you haven’t listened to Raj Haldar before, now’s as good a time as ever to get on board. He’s been making music as Lushlife for the better part of 15 years; with the odd detour into (bestselling!) children’s literature, which in turn led to a TV development deal and (separately) an India-set TV series. …

If it feels like Philly quartet The Mary Veils have been building toward something for a while, that’s because, well, they have. Having completed their metamorphosis from Brian von Uff’s solo project into a full band late last year with the Somewhere Over the Rowhome EP, their debut album is finally locked in, and we’ve …

“YOU DON’T UNDERSTAND SHIT!” Well hi there Full Bush, how have you been? Busy, by the sounds of things; the opening 15 seconds of the lead single from the Philadelphia quartet’s first collection of new material in going on three-and-a-half years provides the sort of catharsis they (and no doubt their listeners) have been looking …

PHILADELPHIA is a city that knows how to properly rock, dirt under its nails, filthy fuckin’ fuzz in its heart. With the news that Philly headz Bardo Pond are getting a silver jubilee expanded repress for their ’96 psychotropic masterpiece Amanita, comes news from more of the city’s favourite prodigally noisy sons, Birds of Maya; …