Last night the regional hardcore and pop-punk scenes collided in the basement of the First Unitarian Church. Keyboard-led Lehigh Valley pop-punkers Slingshot Dakota co-headlined with Long Island hardcore crew Iron Chic, and both bands whipped the capacity crowd into a frenzy. Check out photos from both sets in the gallery below.
Philly rockers Nothing recorded a cover of Low’s “In Metal” for Record Store Day. You can download the song for free below. The band posted on their Facebook page: Recorded a song at home on an anxiety ridden Friday night. … Read More
Last Friday, Michigan punk heavyweights La Dispute headlined Union Transfer in support of their third LP, Rooms of the House. Joining them was screamo outfit Pianos Become the Teeth and gritty poppy Seattle duo Mansions. Check out photos from the show … Read More
In George Herriman’s classic Krazy Kat comics, Ignatz is the main antagonist, a belligerent mouse whose habit of hurling bricks at the title character’s head only endears him to her. His anarchic aggression seems an ill fit for Belgian guitarist … Read More
Tonight, How to Dress Well (aka Tom Krell) brings its catchy, minimalist R&B to the First Unitarian Church stage. Krell released his second album Total Loss back in 2012 which featured the single “And It Was U”. His bare bones … Read More
West Philly’s punk frat house Pi Lam has announced the line-up for its 36th annual Human BBQ, taking place Saturday, April 5th. The 18-band, day-long festival will feature performers from across the genre spectrum, including Haverford fan favorites Alex G, … Read More