Philly Local Philes: Geology’s “Living Things”


GeologyWhen he’s not playing bass with hard-touring philosopunks mewithoutYou, Greg Jehanian indulges his dust-bowl rock leanings in Geology. The project’s recent EP, Three Birds, leads listeners on a tour of rustic American sounds with a fervent modern pulse; banjos and beats, textures reminiscent of early Sufjan Stevens, and a solid cover of Wilco’s “One By One.” Check out “Living Things” below, and catch one of Geology’s irregular appearances at Johnny Brenda’s on Wednesday, October 13th, with Ducarriganigan and Mitch Fiction.

Every Monday and Thursday at 2 p.m., Y-Rock On XPN’s John Vettese spotlights the best musicians from the Delaware Valley in the Philly Local Philes. You can listen to Y-Rock On XPN’s live online stream here.



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3 Responses to “Philly Local Philes: Geology’s “Living Things””

  1. Tub81842

    “the operation will always be just an upper darby band”

  2. upper_darby

    I remember that prophetic quote well. Now who could this mysterious commenter be?

  3. Jeff Sund

    Good to see Greg out CREATING!!!!

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