Required Viewing this 4th of July Weekend: Philly artists on VuHaus

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The Districts | Photo by Rocco Peditto | roccopeditto.com
The Districts | Photo by Rocco Peditto | roccopeditto.com

In between flipping burgers and lighting sparklers, take a few minutes to check out live videos from Philly artists this weekend over at VuHaus, a new collaborative public radio video website. From Marian Hill to Hop Along, here are a handful of Philadelphians not to miss.

Lititz boys The Districts stopped by our studios to perform song “4th and Roebling”, and it rocked as usual.

Last year, Marian Hill played an amazing set at #XPNFest. Here’s their performance of “Whiskey”.

Electropop group Grandchildren also recently came by our studios. Here’s their killer performance of “Walking Dead”.

Blues and hip-hop artist Son Little gave us an incredible set at this year’s NonComm. Watch his performance of “Cross My Heart” below.

With the release of acclaimed Painted Shut this year, Hop Along came to the XPN studio to perform a few tracks. Here’s the gripping “Waitress”.

Hip-hop / blues musician G Love recently stopped by Kansas City’s The Bridge. Here’s his acoustic performance of “Milk and Sugar”.

Indie phenom Waxahatchee recently performed songs off her latest release Ivy Tripp at NYC’s WFUV. Here’s the rocking (no pun intended) “Under a Rock”.

Singer-songwriter B.C. Camplight also stopped by the WFUV studio not long ago. Here’s his captivating performance of “Grim Cinema”.

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