After opening the Jeff Lynne’s ELO show at the Wells Fargo Center a few weeks back, Dawes has announced their return to Philly for a headlining show of their own. The second leg of the band’s tour behind their recent album Passwords will bring them to The Fillmore on February 1 for a special two-set performance. Continue reading →
Perennial WXPN favorites Dawes have shared an early stream of their latest album, Password, on NPR’s First Listen, available a week before the album’s official release. The band’s latest LP observes and reflects on the modern world lyrically. Speaking on the album with Consequence of Sound, lead singer Taylor Goldsmith said “Many of these songs are an attempt to come to terms with the modern world, while always trying to consider both sides of the story.” Continue reading →
Girlpool headline Union Transfer tonight with support from friends Ian Sweet and Lexie. The duo of Cleo Tucker and Harmony Tividad expanded their minimalist sound to include drums on last month’s Powerplant, a move that emphasizes their always-resonant sharing of vulnerability with even more dynamics. Watch “It Gets More Blue” below and pick up tickets for the all-ages show here.
California favorites Dawes are out east to play a gig at the Copeland Hall at the Grand Opera House. Their folk-rock sound houses some catchy pop hooks with psychedelic instrumentation, producing a sound with the heart of Springsteen and the strumming of Mumford and Sons. The gig is all ages, and more information/tickets can be found on the XPN Concert Calendar. Continue reading →
After the surprise live album release of We’re All Gonna Live a couple of weeks ago, Dawes have decided to add on a few more dates to their An Evening With Dawes tour. This means that in addition to the previously announced March 10th date at The Grand Opera House in Delaware, the California outfit will also be making a stop at The Fillmore on June 10th. Tickets and information for the all-ages show will be available via the XPN Concert Calendar. Watch “Roll With the Punches” below.
After releasing their fifth studio record We’re All Gonna Die in September, California outfit Dawes have announced a supporting tour for next spring. Taylor Goldsmith & co. will bring the album to the historic Grand Opera House in Wilmington, Delaware on Tuesday, March 7th, with tickets going on sale this Friday, November 18th.
California rockers and XPN favorites Dawes return next Friday with their fifth album, We’re All Gonna Die. It’s a provocative title on the one hand and a statement of fact on the other hand. NPR’s Jason Heller says in his review that the music contained within proves that Dawes, even after seven years together, still strives to outdo itself as musicians and songwriters. Continue reading →
Baltimore outfit Wildhoney are doing a quick tour with Philly’s Literature, and the pair hit PhilaMOCA tonight. Wildhoney’s dreamy popgaze was put on glistening display with last year’s Your Face Sideways and continues with brand new track “Horror Movie.” The latter is part of a collaborative “mini LP” curated by Slumberland Records and Fortuna POP!. More information for the all-ages show with Hurry and Free Cake for Every Creature can be found here.