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”

Mayday Parade at the Fillmore

Mayday Parade at the Fillmore

Exactly two years after I watched Mayday Parade headline The Foundry in Philadelphia, the band moved downstairs to its larger counterpart, The Fillmore, to transport the audience into Sunnyland, the backdrop of their newest record. 2018 marks Mayday Parade’s thirteenth year together as a band, and despite non-stop touring and six album releases through it … Continue reading “Mayday Parade at the Fillmore”

DREAMERS at Voltage Lounge

DREAMERS at Voltage Lounge

On a cold and rainy Tuesday evening, DREAMERS brought the heat to Philly’s Voltage Lounge. Following strong opening sets from morgxn and Weathers, the crowd eagerly anticipated DREAMERS’ set, managing to make the walls reverberate with their screams. While DREAMERS themselves are a fairly younger band, the audience ranged in age, with many of those in … Continue reading “DREAMERS at Voltage Lounge”

Albert Hammond Jr. @ First Unitarian Church 3/30

Albert Hammond Jr. @ First Unitarian Church 3/30

It was my first time going to the church. I followed the stairs down to a linoleum-tiled basement where it looked like bingo games or support group sessions might be held. But that night, it held a mass of underground rock fans in denim jackets, ripped jeans, and more than a few Strokes T-shirts. There … Continue reading “Albert Hammond Jr. @ First Unitarian Church 3/30”