Philly acoustic folk soul project Up The Chain is celebrating the release of their anticipated new album Seeds & Thorns with a party at Ardmore Music Hall tonight. Produced by Bill Moriarty (who has recently worked with The Lawsuits and Toy Soldiers) and inspired by some of front man’s Reed Kendall’s musical heroes, such as Neil Young, Paul Simon, and Amos Lee, the sophomore release is expected to be simply intimate with an energized Americana swing. Check out the details and tickets for tonight’s show here. Get ready for the show by listening to what the whole band has to say about the new release below.
Eclectic Philadelphia art rock outfit Weird Hot is bringing a whole new set of songs to Johnny Brenda’s tonight. In case you missed it, the varied sextet visited WXPN for a Key Studio Session which you can listen to here. Find tickets and details for tonight’s 21+ performance here. Get ready for the show by watching their May performance of “Hearts” at Kung Fu Necktie below.
Check out August Burns Red playing tonight at Union Transfer. With their newest release Rescue and Restore coming out earlier this year, the Lancaster metal quintet pushed the envelope by exploring non-traditional metal sounds, such as in their single “Creative Captivity.” Find tickets and details for tonight’s show here. Prepare for the show with ABR’s “Fault Line” video below.
Also Playing Tonight:Ardmore Music Hall, August Burns Red, Ben Arnold, Boot & Saddle, Chameleon Club, Jessie Ware, Johnny Brenda's, KMFDM, Mad Professor, Pretty Lights, Susquehanna Bank Center, The Stray Birds, Theater Of Living Arts, Tin Angel, Union Transfer, Up The Chain, Weird Hot, World Cafe Live, WXPN