By Matteo Petrera Vancouver group Destroyer, fronted by the famously peculiar Dan Bejar, played a packed Underground Arts this past Sunday evening in Philadelphia. Known for his introspection and cynicism, Bejar’s music produces atmospheric and sometimes anxiety-provoking waves of sound. Touring their newest acclaimed release, Have We Met, Destroyer are riding the high of one … Continue reading Destroyer at Underground Arts, 3/8/20
By Ryan Weicht Photos courtesy of Benjamin Mastrorocco After their moving indie folk album By and By released in July of last year, Caamp has been touring the country and giving fans the ability to experience their new works live. The three-piece band, hailing from Athens, Ohio, was scheduled to visit Philadelphia last December but … Continue reading LISTEN TO THIS: Why You Should Go See Caamp in Concert
By Jackson Tarricone Bar some obvious flops, 2019 has been an astounding year for all types of music from hip-hop to pop punk. This article will cover some of the best releases from this past summer. However, the main purpose is to highlight the ones that you may have missed. For this reason, some of … Continue reading The Must-listen Releases From Summer ’19: Part 2 of 2
Jackson Tarricone Last Tuesday, the 17th of September, Bloc Party and Cults took to the stage for a packed crowd at Franklin Music Hall in Philly. The show was engaging from start to finish, especially during Bloc Party’s set when they played every song from Silent Alarm, which is easily one of the best … Continue reading Bloc Party amazes crowd with tight performance of their timeless debut album, Silent Alarm
This fall, there are a lot of great concerts happening just a train or uber ride away! Here are ten of those concerts to look out for: Strand of Oaks/Hop Along/Karl Blau/Special Secret: Thursday September 5th, Dell Music Center This bill features two Philadelphia based acts, Strand of Oaks and Hop Along, both of which … Continue reading Ten Great Upcoming Concerts Near Campus
AJR is not your average family band, and their live show proves it.
Twenty One Pilots returned to Philadelphia in dramatic fashion, bringing their eye-popping show to the Wells Fargo Center.