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Ones to Watch: Dude York

Dude York, a lo-fi  punk band from Seattle, are currently on tour with Aussie Alex Lahey. They played World Cafe Live on their Philly stop of the tour, and brought their Weezer-influenced sound to the small upstairs stage. They've got a holiday punk (holiday punk?) album out now called Halftime for the Holidays including the ...

Preview: Student Grooves pt. II (2/25)

Tomorrow, February 25th, SPEC Jazz & Grooves, SPEC Art Collective, and WQHS Radio are collaborating to bring you the second part of their Student Grooves show. Starting at 1:30PM, there will be live sets from Penn students, along with a variety of products being sold by different vendors. We learned more about a few of the people ...

Alone at the Show

“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 ...

Camp Candle @ Boot & Saddle (10/19)

An airy ambiance crafted by dim lights, muffled laughter and hints of cheap but decent beer greets me as I enter Boot & Saddle. Casually stationed in the back amongst friends, Briana “Hetepsa” Mills and Mark “Nu Ra” Cave embody serenity; any signs of nervousness concerning their show are either absent or hidden underneath the ...

Album Review: Foxygen

Find out what Yoel and Joe of ‘Songs That Are Good’ have to say about Foxygen’s second full-length album We Are the 21st Century Ambassadors of Peace and Magic. Yoel’s take: I love this album. This is despite the fact that in many ways it’s pretty derivative. “No Destruction” could easily have been on a later ...