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
AJR is not your average family band, and their live show proves it.
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.
On Wednesday night Panic! at the Disco's Pray for the Wicked Tour made a stop at the TD Garden in the heart of Boston for a jam-packed night of music.
On Wednesday Jay-Z posted an op-ed here stating that Mayor Kennedy had "evicted" the festival from their home on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway.