The Trocadero plays host to a loaded concert headlined by Chicago’s Saba. His big production rap nips at the heels of Chance the Rapper, relying on some classic flow to send his way into the musical wheelhouse of every hip-hop fanatic, and his Bucket List Project was one of last year’s highlights. The show is all ages, and more information can be found on our XPN Concert Calendar. Continue reading →
Local musician Shannen Moser leads tonight’s bill at The Pharmacy down in Point Breeze. Moser brought her latestOh, My Heart release to the WXPN studios recently, sharing three of her beautifully, emotionally intimate songs in a joint Folkadelphia / Key Studio Session. Stream the session below and get more info for the all-ages show, also featuring Harmony Woods, here.
Sporting jackets to shield them from the east coast chill, LA rockers The Molochs took over the World Cafe Live stage for a powerful Free at Noon gig, blasting through song after song from the band’s newest release America’s Velvet Glory.
When the English metal heads of Bring Me The Horizon released Sempiternal in 2013, their sound was revitalized, completely reinventing their image. The release of their newest album, That’s The Spirit, which was released back in 2015, has also contributed to that same reinvention. BMTH knows how to put on one hell of a production, which was able to seen by so many fans with the announcement of the band’s The American Nightmare Tour, which has been making its way around North America, but stopped in Philly on Wednesday night, March 22nd. Fellow hardcore bands Beartooth and Underoath were brought along as support on this tour, resulting in every night of this tour to be an evening of metal-packed madness. Continue reading →
New Jersey punks Aye Nako play Everybody Hits tonight with Pinkwash, Ursula, and Solarized. Their latest, Silver Haze, is out on April 7th via Don Giovanni Records. Check out “Particle Mace,” the hooky first single from the album, below. Then, head over to XPN’s Concert Calendar for tickets and more information. Continue reading →
Providence revolutionary rockers Downtown Boys have been making a lot of noise on the underground level the past few years, and with a new deal on Sub Pop Records, this punk five-piece is poised to fight the good fight at a much bigger level. The band just released its latest single, “Somos Chulas (No Somos Pendejas)” — which it told NPR was “a declaration of one’s ability to decolonize one’s mind, and the importance of fearlessly unlearning the ways white supremacy conditions people to think and exist.” Listen below, wait with baited breath (like us) to get word on Downtown Boys’ upcoming Sub Pop LP (no details are available yet), and check the XPN Concert Calendar for tickets and information on the band’s headlining show tonight at Everybody Hits. Continue reading →
On Thursday, April 13th, LA songwriter Colleen Green and Philly’s Mannequin Pussy and Coping Skills will play a benefit show at Everybody Hits. The gig will benefit the Attic Youth Center, Philadelphia’s only independent LGBTQ youth center. With Green performing full band and this being Mannequin Pussy’s last Philly show until the fall, it’s an event that’s not to be missed. For tickets and more information, head over to XPN’s Concert Calendar. Continue reading →
Scottish post-rockers Mogwai have just announced an extensive world that takes them all across Europe and the United States. It includes a December 9th stop at Philadelphia’s Theatre of Living Arts. Apparently, they’ve just finished tracking a new album as well, so don’t be surprised if you hear some new material at the show. For tickets and more information, check out the Concert Calendar. Continue reading →