Rounding out their month-long trip around North America opening for Great Good Fine Ok, indie-pop band Flor rocked out their second to last show of tour at The Foundry at The Fillmore in Philadelphia on Tuesday, January 31st. Fresh off the release of their newest single, “Hold On,” and the announcement of a support slot on … Continue reading “Flor @ The Foundry at The Fillmore (1/31)”
R&B superstar Gallant has had an amazing year, from being named a featured member of Forbes’ 30 under 30 to the release and subsequent Grammy nomination of his debut album Ology. Just last week, he released a new track titled “Cave Me In”, a collaboration with South Korean superstars Eric Nam and Tablo. In light … Continue reading “INTERVIEW: Grammy Nominee Gallant”
[soundcloud url=”https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/304744944″ params=”color=ff5500&auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false” width=”100%” height=”166″ iframe=”true” /] Dutch DJ and producer Martin Garrix released his newest song, “Scared To Be Lonely,” last Friday, January 27th. Featuring her vocals on the track is star on the rise, Dua Lipa, who recently announced a headlining US tour. The song ponders the real reasons behind a seemingly faulty … Continue reading “SINGLE OF THE WEEK: Martin Garrix ft. Dua Lipa – Scared To Be Lonely”
Milwaukee-based trio Vinyl Theatre, who are currently opening for Dashboard Confessional on their nationwide tour, performed to a sold-out crowd at the Theatre of Living Arts in Philadelphia on Tuesday, January 24th. The band, who released their debut album Electrogram in 2014 and have been touring since, last played Philadelphia nearly a year ago with … Continue reading “Vinyl Theatre @ TLA (1/24)”
One of our favorite music events in Philly this year was Budweiser’s Made in America Festival. If you missed it the first time around, check out our write-up and photos from the fall!
Vans Warped Tour, the annual summer heaven for pop-punk and metal lovers, recently announced dates for their 2017 run. To celebrate, check out photos taken at the San Diego date of Warped Tour on August 5th, 2016.
After two and a half years of no new music and a year-long hiatus from all social media, the Ed Sheeran drought has finally ended. On Friday, January 6th, Sheeran dropped two singles from his long-awaited new album, Divide (Sheeran fans will note that this follows his albums Plus and Multiply, so it would be … Continue reading “Ed Sheeran Drops New Singles”
One important moment for me was a focused listen of everyone’s favorite Icelandic band’s “Untitled 3 – Samskeyti,” from their equally untitled 2002 album ( ). I’d known Sigur Rós’s album very well already, but until now its third track had been an interlude, a quiet, meditative instrumental bridge. “Samskeyti” did little more than settle … Continue reading “Kjartan Sveinsson – “Der Klang Der Offenbarung Des Göttlichen” Review”
Don’t get me wrong, I love American Football, but I’m talking about the band, not the sport. Sports are cool, but I think music has just as much, if not more, to offer. Obviously I am biased – I’ve never been good at sports and have been involved with music for more than half of my … Continue reading “Fuck Playing Football, Start a Band Instead”
“Alone at the Show” is probably one of my favorite Girlpool songs. It’s sweet and loud and playful and jangly, twirling through the daydream of finally connecting with the person at the show you’re crushing on. A lot of people can probably relate to the feeling of seeing someone a couple of feet away, being … Continue reading “Alone at the Show”