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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: Kid Congo and the Pink Monkey Birds – Brisbane Hotel, Hobart 13/05/2018

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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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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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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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English singer-songwriter, Holly Humberstone graced Philadelphia’s sold out TLA last night. The 24 year old preformed songs from her new EP, “Work In Progress”, as well as her earliest songs. It is fair to say that fans would easily throw themselves into the Deep End for Humberstone, since her Gravity is just too strong. “God …

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São Paulo legends, CSS, took to The Foundry stage for a night of high energy and retrospective tunes. The night was dedicated to channelling teenage youth and they did just that. Playing songs about cats, moving to the big city, and sex, CSS was able to radiate life into their fans for the entire 1.5 …

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Whoever said Rock N Roll was dead clearly never saw Des Rocs perform live. From the haircut to the sleeveless leather jacket and vintage guitars, Danny Rocco (a.k.a. the magic man himself) made fans wish that the show lasted forever. This made the lyric of his last song of the night, Suicide Romantics, “Nothing’s meant …

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Five-piece New York City band, Stolen Gin took over World Cafe Live’s Lounge for a night of jazz-pop infused dance tracks. With killer bass riffs and saxophone solos, fans of the group surely did not leave without busting a move. Support for the night came from Georgia-based, Wim Tapley and Philadelphia’s own, Taylor Kelly.

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Blake Rose’s Australian charms attracted an attentive audience to The Foundry on Monday night. A highlight of the night came when Rose sang “Ordinary People”, a song about falling in love with an American girl. The multi-talented pop star played keys, guitar, and drums onstage throughout the show. Support came from soulful Oregon country singer, …

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Energetic pop-trio, We Three, graced The Foundry Philadelphia stage last night. Lead singer, Manny Humlie called the evening “A celebration of insecurities” as the band opened up their hearts, singing songs about queerness, growing up, and their mom who sadly passed. Support came from Texas-based hiphop artist, SKYDXDDY. We Three’s “Love Me” tour is making …

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