Spacey indie rockers The Vernes dropped new duel single The Curious Cat’s Eyes this week, musically exploring both sides of the same coin, stressing the necessity to live life.
The Obsessives give us a taste of their newly announced, self-titled sophomore record with the anthemic power-pop of “Surfer Rosa”.
Stuck in a moral Water Temple of sorts, the duo of Nick Bairatchnyi and Jackson Mansfield navigate their way through a “straight-from-the-cereal-box” video game, learning their path through painstaking trial-and-error. The fantastically vibrant instrumentation puts on a front for the self-deprication, as the band sings of hitting themselves for keeping at the losing battle of life and love. As goofily as the pair may attack these situations of repetition and subsequent feelings of displacement, the underlying carefree attitude represents the real courage these boys have to be themselves and actually have fun with their lives, despite the constant battle with the UFOs in their lives. Continue reading →
Miner Street Recordings’ music production web series Shaking Through welcomed the Philly-by-way-of-Minneapolis psych-rockers of Carroll to its most recent episode. In a way, it was a welcome home for the group since their 2014 single “Bad Water” was recorded with Miner Street’s Jon Low. Continue reading →
Pittsburgh rapper Mac Miller is making his way through Philadelphia tonight in support of his September 2016 release The Divine Feminine. Come support the Pennsylvania native on the tour for his fourth studio album. Tickets and information can be found on the WXPN Concert Calendar. Check out the video for his Anderson .Paak collab “Dang” below. Continue reading →
Everyone’s favorite regional punks The Menzingers just released a video for their single “Lookers,” off of the soon-to-be-released full length After The Party. Coming out early next year on Epitaph Records, it captures the band’s rambunctious live show, filmed in black and white at Brooklyn venue The Knitting Factory.
Stylish Philly four piece Louie Louie just announced plans to sign with Born Losers Records for the release of their 2017 full-length Friend of a Stranger. In celebration, released their first single off of the record “After Me”.
New York queer punk duo PWR BTTM is headlining a show at PHilaMOCA on Friday, February 17th. The band just finished a fall tour showcasing music from 2015’s outstanding Ugly Cherries LP. The band will be joined by Mal Blum & The Blums and Naked Giants, and tickets go on sale at 12 p.m. on Wednesday the 14th of December . You can get more information and tickets for this all ages event at the WXPN Concert Calendar. Watch the video for “I Wanna Boi” below. Continue reading →
Massachusetts indie-folk duo You Won’t is rolling through Philly tonight for a show at Johnny Brenda’s. Opening the show will be Philly psych-pop duo Carol Cleveland Sings and The Suitcase Junket. The latter has been touring with them since the April 2016 release of their record Revolutionaries. Get tickets and more information on the show at the XPN Concert Calendar and check out the video for “Ya Ya Ya” off their latest LP below. Continue reading →