Brooklyn four-piece Companion visited Philadelphia last Thursday to play Kung Fu Necktie upstairs. Fronted by singer and songwriter Pepi Ginsberg – who had a short stay in Philadelphia in the mid-aughties – the band released its self-titled debut LP last fall. Joining them on the bill was surreal Oklahoma outfit Evangelicals. Josh Jones of Philly’s Univox also performed an opening set. Check out photos from the show in the gallery below.
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
This week’s Key Studio Session brought local MC Curly Castro into the studio. The exceptionally expansive session of six tracks and six banter breaks bridges the duality of modern day hip hop: Castro has the rare ability to be both hype … Read More
Mike Bell & The Movies play The Fire tonight. The power pop / punk band out of Philadelphia (featuring members of Algernon Cadwallader and Dangerous Ponies) released a new record called Nothing Works a few weeks ago, following up their Stuck in … Read More