Hurry’s debut LP Everything / Nothing will be released by Hot Green Records on 10/7

Cover art for Hurry’s Everything / Nothing

Philly fuzz-pop three-piece Hurry – who we last saw rocking our first-ever competitive Key Studio Session the other week – just announced details on its long in-the-works debut LP, Everything / Nothing. The album will be released on October 7th via Hot Green Records, the local label that also released Hop Along’s stellar Get Disowned in 2012, and will come out on a limited run of 500 vinyl copies, the first 100 coming with a cassette containing demos from the record. Continue reading →


Ring in 2015 at maximum volume with Plow United at World Cafe Live at the Queen

Plow United | Courtesy of Isaac Turner
Plow United | Courtesy of Isaac Turner

Regional punk scene favorites Plow United just announced its New Years’ Eve plans, and of course, they involve a stage and a PA. The band will headline World Cafe Live at The Queen’s upstairs stage on December 31st along with Mikey Erg, The Headies and Goddamnit, and tickets go on sale tomorrow at the venue’s website. Continue reading →


Yo La Tengo will celebrate 30 years of music with an anniversary show at The Trocadero

Yo La Tengo
Yo La Tengo | photo via Facebook

Lifetime fans of Hoboken indie rock group Yo La Tengo can celebrate 30 years of music with the band at their upcoming anniversary show at The Troc. Three decades have passed since Ira Kaplan, Georgia Hubley, and James McNew teamed together in 1984 consistently delivering unconventional and boundary-pushing rock tunes. Continue reading →


PHL Live winners will receive Dell Music Center gig, studio time

PHL Live winners will get to play the Dell
The Dell Music Center | via

Free studio time and an opening slot at a 5,000 seat venue are two of the prizes in the city of Philadelphia’s inaugural PHL Live competition. The project to spotlight emerging local musicians across a spectrum of genres, launched earlier this summer, announced what its participants were vying for in a press conference at City Hall last Thursday. Continue reading →