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Edelweiss, formed in Stoudsburg, PA and made up of current Drexel students, are band who wears their brit indie-rock influences on their sleeve while showing the inspiring beginnings of a band formulating their own unique alternative sound. Tonight they will be at Bourbon and Branch with Bucks County’s psych-folk quartet, Upperfields. For tickets to the show or for more information go to the XPN Concert Calendar. Continue reading →
Power chords, Philly-made axes and full-on glam rock, need we say more?
The brand new video for the appropriately named track “Riff Mountain” from Creem Circus, a band headlined by local guitar-smith Chris DiPinto, has all this and more. DiPinto and company bring a song chalk full of raw energy and presents it in a way that harkens back to a simpler time when rockers weren’t afraid to be loud and in your face. Continue reading →
Oddisee is a Washington DC based rapper and producer who has done things his own way for years now, and has had plenty of success doing it. On his most recent album, The Good Fight, Oddisee shows off his eclectic mix of soul, jazz, R&B and of course some killer lyrical fire. He will be performing tonight at Johnny Brenda’s with The Bul Bey; for more info on the show click here. Continue reading →
Julian Booker and Jesse Soifer AKA Bird Watcher are at Bourbon and Branch tonight along with Paperhaus and Auctioneer. They recently played the Ardmore Music Hall along with Beth Sorrentino and Marco Benevenuto. Their highly anticipated LP is due out this summer. The show starts at 8pm and tickets are $10. Full info here.
After their beautiful rendition of the Strand of Oaks song “Last to Swim,” Our Griffins have released a video for a new original song called “Run Through The Mines.” The song was actually debuted during the same #CoverClub session at Nomad Recording Studio. The song is simple, focusing on DJ Brown’s raspy vocals and guitar playing. “Run Through The Mines” will most likely be included on their next full-length album.
Want to see Our Griffins live? You’re in luck. They will be at Bourban and Branch tomorrow along with Maitland and Jeremiah Tall. Find tickets here. Additionally, they will play #XPNFest at the end of July.
Watch a performance of “Run Through The Mines” below.