Baltimore outfit Wildhoney bring last year’s Your Face Sideways to Boot & Saddle tonight. The album blends bright indie pop with refracted shoegaze for a collection of songs that sound like a prism sitting in sunlight. Listen to “Laura” below and pick up tickets for the 21+ show here.
The quickly ascending punk rock five-piece Restorations have been gaining more attention in Philly and beyond, and with the recent release of their session with the famed Daytrotter folks, they even further establish themselves as forces to be reckoned with. Continue reading →
Philly rockers Restorations want you to appreciate what it’s like to be the one depended upon by most everyone to get them through the day; the coffee cup. That unsung hero is the focal point for the video for the band’s single “Tiny Prayers” — which you can watch below. Continue reading →
Philly’s Restorations made the trip to Washington, DC to do a Tiny Desk Concert for NPR Music. Stripped down to a few guitars and a MiniKorg, lead singer Jon Loudon led the band through three songs from their recent album, LP3.Continue reading →
After a cool winter season curating the live music at the Delaware River Waterfront’s Winterfest, we’re psyched to announce our summer lineup. The Key’s Waterfront Sessions kick off next Thursday, June 11th, with a free concert at Spruce Street Harbor Park by Americana faves Song Dogs and blues-rock rabble rousers John the Conqueror. Continue reading →
A little power issue didn’t stop Philly rockers Restorations from playing a power-packed performance for the local video series Static Sessions. The band performed an uncut version of “Val d’Or,” which is an older track from Restorations’ self-titled debut. Symphonic guitar riffs and reverberating drum hits keep this track rocking from start to finish. Jon Loudon’s raspy, intense vocals are backed by a solid distribution of fierce rhythms from his bandmates on guitars, bass and keys. By the looks on the their faces, they were in the zone for this session. Continue reading →
A brief, humble salutation by a recently de-beareded Jon Loudon preceded three snare hits before Philly’s own beloved Restorations launched into “Misprint” and kicked off a searing set at Johnny Brenda’s. This was the quintet’s first Philadelphia show in months, capping off a long tour in support of their excellent and sophisticated LP3, whose roomy and anthemic songs punctuated key points throughout the set (which also featured many songs from 2013’s LP2). Continue reading →
The seasonal hip-hop / soul / rock / poetry showcase Obscura holds its spring installment tonight at Sara’s Place in Brewerytown. Heading up the bill is Philly MC Ai-Que, a dude who spits thought-proviking verses over relaxed backings not unlike The Roots, Tribe, De La or any number of other 90s faves. You can listen to his track “Now or Never” below, and that alone should convince you to check this show out. Also on the bill are ethereal singer Aiani-Koli Mars, as well as rappers Cazzie Jetson and Rhetoric Wallace, and DJ John Morrison. Admission to the show is $5, more information can be found at its Facebook event page. Below, listen to a roundup of some of the performers. Continue reading →