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Weller to set out on summer tour ending with a homecoming show at Everybody Hits

Weller
Weller | photo by Emily Dubin | courtesy of the artist

Philly basement rockers, Weller, are hittin’ the road this summer. The band just announced a tour along the East Coast starting in June, with support from Zanders for the first few stops, and ManDancing closing out the rest.

And of course, the band has kindly saved the best for last, as they’ll finish up the route with a hooplah of a homecoming show at Everybody Hits on July 1st. Along with ManDancing, the lineup also features the likes of Clique and Tombo Crush, so it’s sure to be a grand time. Continue reading →

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Just Announced: Signals Midwest will tour with Great Cynics and highlight a show of heavy-hitters at Everybody Hits in May

Signals Midwest | via signalsmidwest.bandcamp.com
Signals Midwest | via signalsmidwest.bandcamp.com

Although lead singer Maxwell Stern has spend some time lately recording and releasing his new solo record, his band Signals Midwest are back for more, announcing a tour with Great Cynics that stops at Everybody Hits on May 18th, adding Thin Lips and Museum Mouth on as support. Tickets are available now, and can be found with more information on our XPN Concert Calendar. Below, check out a string of videos highlighting the bands performing.
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Go extra innings with A Day Without Love at the 13 track Solace‘s CD Release Party

Brian Walker
Brian Walker |Photo by Abi Reimold

Philadelphia-based alternative band A Day Without Love is scheduled to host a CD release party on Saturday October 15. at Everybody Hits Philadelphia. (UPDATE 9/20/16: The show has moved to Ortliebs Philly.) The thirteen-track debut album Solace was released on August 30. on Bandcamp by Sounds and Tones Records.

Brian Walker, the only permanent member of ADWL wrote and is responsible for the majority of instrumentals featured on the LP.  Walker aims to bring awareness to the importance of mental health through his music. Opening the show will be Indie-rock band Night Windows, the lo-fi alternative group Fred Beans, and the folk-inspired Crooked Orchards. Continue reading →