UK-based psychedelic electropop band Django Django blew the roof off this afternoon’s Free at Noon Concert. Check out a gallery of photos from their set above, and don’t forget – tickets are still available for tonight’s show at Union Transfer. If they have one tenth of the energy tonight that they had today, it’ll be massive (though we kind of imagine they’ll actually have more).
Modest Mouse is one of the featured artists in the Summer Concert Series at SteelStacks in Bethlehem on the MusikFest Cafe grounds. The iconic Portland band performs Wednesday, May 21st. Tickets go on sale this Friday, March 14th, at 10 … Read More
Three girls strutted onto the Trocadero’s stage last night, each donning a flouncy dress, maybe paying homage to the first spring-like day in months. Opening the show, Au Revoir Simone, hailing from Brooklyn, played their dream pop tunes to entice … 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
For concertgoers and music fans the world around, backstage has a total allure. Whether you’re giddily imagining hedonistic David Lee Roth style parties in the green room, or just an audio nerdio who relishes the tech perspective of live productions, … Read More
On Friday, January 24th a stripped down Pixies performed during a sold out Free At Noon. The band, in town playing a sold out show at the Electric Factory, played a nine song set of tunes both old and new, … Read More
Folk-pop singer-songwriter Mark Mulcahy (ex-Miracle Legion) will reflect on life, love, and loss through his music tonight at World Cafe Live. His eight year hiatus following the tragic loss of his wife ended last year with the release of Dear … Read More