Whether it’s with a band, as a guest musician or simply flying solo, Samantha Crain makes great music anyway possible. The folk singer has been around for a few years and just released her third studio album, Kid Face in February. Her music varies from haunting to sweet folk ballads and all of it is pretty good. Tonight, she’s playing at The Fire. Check out some of her music below and click here for ticket information.
The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion have been around for more than twenty years now, creating a digable blend of rockabilly, blues punk and every branch of rock in between. The group released their latest LP (their first in eight years) Meat + Bone last September and have been on a world tour ever since.
One stop on the recently-announced summer leg of said tour is The Chameleon Club in Lancaster on July 19th. With such intense, electric and amplified music, this group is sure to put on a legendary show. Below, you can watch the very bizarre video for their recent single, “Bag of Bones” and get tickets here.
Canadian indie-rock outfit Stars have just released a new video for their latest single, “Hold On When You Get Love And Let Go When You Give It” The video, directed by directed by George Vale and Torquil Campbell (of Stars), is described, by Campbell, as something “that celebrate[s] the following things: 1. Being yourself 2. Being someone else 3. Being fucking fabulous 4. Showing up, putting on your heels and staying alive.” “Hold On When You Get Love” is the newest material from the band since their 2012 full-length, The North. In addition to releasing the video, Stars have also announced a string of US tour dates this coming fall. The Canadian quintet will be making a stop in Lancaster, PA for a show at The Chameleon Club on October 2nd. Tickets go on sale this Saturday, June 29th, at 10am. Find more info here, and watch the video for “Hold On When You Get Love And Let Go When You Give It”, below.
It is a problem that has plagued modern society. It has jolted you out of your sleep in worry and cold sweats. It has left you crippled with regret. It can literally ruin your night. It is the dreaded double booking. Two potentially dope concerts, one potentially dope night. Here on Double Booked, we’ll help make your decision between Everclear’s appearance at The Chameleon Club and New Found Glory’s appearance at The TLA easier by breaking down the two shows by category, and deciding which reigns supreme. Let’s do this. Continue reading →
Vancouver, BC duo Japandroids shook the walls at their midsummer Johnny Brenda’s show and tonight they’ll shake the walls of Union Transfer. Japandroids are touring in support of an album many consider to be one of the year’s best (here, here and here). The punk rockers released Celebration Rockearlier this year and were subsequently named Band of the Year by Spin, with their song “The House That Heaven Built” being named Song of the Summer by Paste. Tickets and information for tonight’s show with DIIV can be found here. Below, watch the video for “The House That Heaven Built.”