An Interview with Jacob Barton of Societal Siege

An Interview with Jacob Barton of Societal Siege

Societal Siege is a Montreal-based band led by singer-songwriter Jacob Barton. Although he’s originally from Kitchener, Ontario, he spoke about how Montreal brought the band members together and helped them grow. Read more to learn about the evolution of Societal Siege and their upcoming album Dennis, which will be released on April 23rd. This interview … Continue reading “An Interview with Jacob Barton of Societal Siege”

A Conversation with Tierra Whack

A Conversation with Tierra Whack

“Philly, Philly, Philly, every chance I get, I’m always saying I’m from Philly.” In our short conversation with Tierra Whack (which almost didn’t happen due to our extreme social anxiety as we followed her from school to school), she couldn’t help but repeatedly mention her pride for Philadelphia. She recounted growing up with a love … Continue reading “A Conversation with Tierra Whack”

100 gecs at The Rotunda: We moshed to the Jonas Brothers.

100 gecs at The Rotunda: We moshed to the Jonas Brothers.

by Callie Jones and Sharon Zea Rincon WE MOSHED TO THE JONAS BROTHERS. Just kidding. Last Thursday 100 gecs came into our small town of Philadelphia. It was truly an experience. 100 gecs is composed of Laura Les and Dylan Brady, who originate from St. Louis, Missouri and both have long, beautiful, blonde hair. However, … Continue reading “100 gecs at The Rotunda: We moshed to the Jonas Brothers.”

6 Songs by Indie Latinx Artists to be Listening to

6 Songs by Indie Latinx Artists to be Listening to

I sometimes find that as I listen to this type of music, most of the artists are white males. So I naturally got excited when I started noticing more people of color (particularly from the California area), and since I am Venezuelan-American, the Latinx representation is near and dear to my heart. Here are some … Continue reading “6 Songs by Indie Latinx Artists to be Listening to”