Friday was a big live music night at Johnny Brenda’s. Headlining the “apocalypse party” was Norwegian Arms, celebrating the release of its excellent new LP Wolf Like a Stray Dog with a lively set, but just as exciting was the first performance from Pattern Is Movement in over a year, and the opening slots from Laser Background and Night Panther. Check out photos of three out of those four bands in the gallery above, look for more from Laser Background when they play Kung Fu Necktie in February, and read more about Norwergian Arms’ Wolf Like a Stray Dog in Unlocked.
Philly folk trio Dirty Dollhouse are all dolled up and waiting for love in their new holiday track “Party Dress”. Lead singer-songwriter Chelsea Mitchell has a voice that soft and dainty as she yearns: “All I want for Christmas is … Read More
Pop singer P!nk brought the colorful sets, elaborate stage and overall pageantry of her Truth About Love tour to the Wells Fargo Center on Friday night. With a entourage of dancers, acrobats and backup musicians, the Doylestown native highlighted more … Read More
After releasing Sports last year, Modern Baseball kept the ball rolling in 2013 by signing to Run For Cover Records, touring all this past summer, and releasing a split with The Hundred Acre Woods. Now, Modern Baseball has announced their next album You’re … Read More
Folk-pop singer-songwriter Heyward Howkins heads home tonight to celebrate the release of his new record Be Frank, Furness at Johnny Brenda’s. In a recent interview with Jason’s Jukebox, Howkins discussed his transition to becoming a solo artist following his work … Read More
Indie rock singer-songwriter Kevin Devine plays Union Transfer tonight. Devine put out two new records last month on his own label, showing two distinct sides to himself - Bubblegum is an amped-up rock and roll collection, while Bulldozer comes from a singer-songwriter … Read More
All photos by Rachel Barrish | rachelbarrish.com On Thursday night an eclectic all-local bill hit Union Transfer capped by experimental duo Pattern is Movement, celebrating the release of their new 12″ single for “Suckling” and playing a set mostly drawing from the … Read More