Bands in the Backyard‘s month curating PhilaMOCA‘s Tuesday Tune-Out wraps up with a performance from Ex Friends tonight. The local punk act released their eponymous EP this September through Paper + Plastick Records, which you can stream here. The group began as a side project of Plow United bassist (and occasional Key contributor) Joel Tannenbaum, but their raucous lyrics and lively / aggressive sound made waves pretty quickly. Information about their all-ages show tonight is available here; the concert starts at 8. Below, listen to “The Legend of the Holy Drinker” from No Wonder We Prefer The Dark.
Ohio pop songstress Rebecca Jordan is playing a 21+ show at the Tin Angel tonight. The singer-songwriter has penned hits for performers like John Legend and Kelly Clarkson, and was a 2010 NPR Mountain Stage NewSong Finalist following the release of her bubbly 2010 EP Souvenir, which you can stream here. Tickets for tonight’s 7:30 show can be found on our concert calendar here. Below, check out Jordan’s video for her brand new single, “Eve.”
Whiskey swiggin’ folk-blues rockers TJ Kong and the Atomic Bomb announced a brand new 5-track EP last week, Kong, and today we bring you the premiere of a raw new track called “Don’t Come Home Pretty Woman.” Reminiscent of a … Read More
Lana Del Rey is playing the Skyline Stage at The Mann on Sunday, May 11th. Tickets go on sale this Friday, March 14th at 10AM. In the late summer of 2011, the music interwebs exploded in fascination over Del Rey’s … Read More
Ex-Friends have a bone to pick with society’s misfits. In their new (lyric) video, you’ll see a left-handed man scribbling the song’s lyrics in an endless notepad. Their sympathy extends to lots of folks, not just sociopaths. The list includes … Read More
Toronto-based rock four-piece July Talk makes it’s Philly debut tonight at MilkBoy. Channeling the gravel-voiced aggression of Tom Waits and the haunting tones of Denali, front-duo Peter Dreimanis and Leah Fay lead a dynamic band that is equal parts raw … Read More
As his jet black silhouette does all the talking and emoting in front of a plain white background, Diego Garcia is calm and persuasive in offering his shoulder to cry on in his new video for “Tell Me”. Lifted from … Read More