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 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
Nothing but Thieves brought their unique alternative rock sound to the TLA Sunday night for an incredible night of music.
The Camden waterfront transformed into a mosh pit of casual rock fans, metalheads, and Juggalos Saturday afternoon at the BB&T Pavilion.
Indie-rock band Alvvays stopped by Union Transfer for two sold out shows.
Ed Sheeran brought his widely popular stadium tour to Philadelphia where he entertained the crowd with a little bit of everything from his musical arsenal.
Donald Glover aka Childish Gambino made a stop in Philadelphia for what is probably his final tour under the Gambino name.
Ryan Bowman Fresh off their latest release Starcruiser, Milwaukee-based alt-rockers Vinyl Theatre made a stop at The Foundry in Philadelphia on their headlining tour. Their newest album was released just a few weeks ago (you can read our review of it here) and they embarked on the tour supporting the album that started last week. … Continue reading Vinyl Theatre Rocks Out The Foundry 9.12
It was announced today that the iconic Electric Factory in North Philadelphia was acquired by AEG-owned company Bowery Presents.