L.A. indie rockers Local Natives made their biggest Philadelphia appearance to date last night, headlining the Electric Factory with opener Wild Nothing in tow. This is the Natives’ second area appearance since the January release of their latest LP, Hummingbird.
Massachusetts band Speedy Ortiz will release their Real Hair EP via Carpark Records in February, following up this year’s Major Arcana full-length with four more angular indie rock tracks. ”Everything’s Bigger” balances cleanly picked electric guitar melodies with extended moments of heavier, distorted … 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
Brooklyn recording artist Julianna Barwick has announced a headlining tour for early 2014 that includes a stop the First Unitarian Church‘s Side Chapel on February 9th. Barwick released her third full-length Nepenthe this year, which won praise from Pitchfork, the New York … Read More
Pop-punk heavyweights The Wonder Years announced a spring tour in support of their 2013 LP The Greatest Generation that kicks off March 5 in New York, and lands at the Electric Factory April 12. It’s the biggest hometown headlining show … Read More
WXPN welcomes L.A. indie rock outfit Local Natives to the Electric Factory tonight. If you missed them on their summer tour, the band just released a video shot between performances completely on their phones put to the stimulating single “Ceilings” … Read More
NPR Music took Virgina’s Wild Nothing out to the desert of California for an acoustic Field Recording of “This Chain Won’t Break” from their latest Nocturne LP. Perched on the side of Mount San Jacinto near Palm Springs, the dreamy pop band … Read More