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Tonight’s Concert Picks: Vita and the Woolf at Johnny Brenda’s, Radiator Hospital at the First Unitarian Church, HOUND at Space 1026, and more

Vita and the Woolf | photo by Ebru Yildiz | courtesy of the artist
Vita and the Woolf | photo by Ebru Yildiz | courtesy of the artist

Philly’s own Vita and the Woolf return to town for the final show of their fall tour tonight. The Johnny Brenda’s gig also includes fellow locals Ellen Siberian Tiger and Baltimore’s Soul Cannon. Vita and the Woolf released their excellent debut LP TUNNELS back in June, and they’ve followed it up with a series of stunning music videos — watch the haunting video for “Sun Drop” below. Find tickets and more information on tonight’s show over at the XPN Concert Calendar. Continue reading →

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Vita and the Woolf gives “Sun Drop” a South Philly backdrop with haunting new video

Vita and the Woolf | photo by Ebru Yildiz
Vita and the Woolf | photo by Ebru Yildiz | courtesy of the artist

With a debut LP released in June, their first European tour in the rearview, and a US tour just kicking off, it’s been a busy year for Philly’s Vita and the Woolf. Still, the local electro-pop band have found time to release a series of music videos to accompany the new LP TUNNELS — most recently is a video for the album’s opening track “Sun Drop,” which you can stream below. Continue reading →

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Vita and the Woolf share sci-fi inspired video for “Earth”

Vita and the Woolf | photo by Ebru Yildiz
Vita and the Woolf | photo by Ebru Yildiz | courtesy of the artist

A junkyard is a somewhat unusual setting for a music video, but if anyone can pull it off it’s Philadelphia’s own Vita and the Woolf. The band released their debut LP TUNNELS in June, and the album standout “Earth” just got a video. Filmed in nearby Coatesville, the video follows bandleader Jen Pague through a dramatic journey with a sci-fi twist that will leave you on the edge of your seat. With Pague’s soaring vocals and haunting dance moves at the center, the video also features sneak-peek footage from the upcoming comedic web series Future Seer, which satirizes TV crime and sci-fi dramas. Continue reading →

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Get ready to plan your weekend: the Philly Folk Fest schedule is in!

Old Crowd Medicine Show | michellemontgomeryphotography.com

Stop your waiting and start your planning, because the Philadelphia Folk Festival schedule has arrived.

Taking place in a week and a half in Upper Salford, the festival boasts an incredibly jam-packed weekend. With headliners Old Crow Medicine Show, Graham Nash, and Taj Mahal — as well as local Philly faves such as Vita and the Woolf, Greg Sover, and Jesse Hale Moore — it’s going to be a grand weekend of folky tunes. Continue reading →

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Firefly on the Fly, Day Three: Chance the Rapper, Bob Dylan, Mondo Cozmo, Kesha, Bishop Briggs, DJ Jazzy Jeff and more

Chance The Rapper | Firefly Music Festival 2017 | Photos by John Vettese

Day Three of the Firefly Music Festival brought out superstar performances from Bob Dylan, Chance The Rapper, and The Weeknd, but it also brought out some of Philly’s finest including Mondo Cozmo, Chill Moody, Hardwork Movement, Vita and the Woolf, and a DJ set from the legendary DJ Jazzy Jeff. Some great sets by Bishop Briggs, Sunflower Bean, and Kesha. Continue reading →

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Vita and the Woolf unleash their latest single, “Super Ranger”

Vita and the Woolf | photo by Joe Del Tufo | moonloopphoto.com

Just as Jennifer Pague’s soaring vocals often explode, it’s easy to picture Vita and the Woolf blowing up once their debut LP hits shelves June 16. If the first few singles, like “Feline” and “Sun Drop,” were any indication, Tunnels is sure to take off in few weeks. But, for those in need of a little more convincing, you get one more single to build the hype. This one is called “Super Ranger.” Continue reading →

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Vita and the Woolf’s new Audiotree session sounds great — and there’s a dog

Vita and the Woolf in Audiotree Studios | photo via Audiotree.tv

We’re about a month out until the Vita and the Woolf album Tunnels finally drops on June 16, and as admitted in the band’s Audiotree Live session, it’s an LP that’s been a long time coming. The band recorded the session with Audiotree late last month, and it just hit the interwebs this week.

Aside from sounding crisp on a dope tracklist that mixes new tunes and favorites from last year (“Brett,” “Sun Drop,” “Qiet,” “Diamond Hall,” “Feline” and
“Super Ranger”), the band offers a few glimpses into what they’ve been up to in the year since the current lineup fell into place. Continue reading →

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Tonight’s Concert Picks: Dirty Dollhouse at MAAS Building, The Burgeoning at William Street Common, Vita and the Woolf at Ortlieb’s and more

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Dirty Dollhouse | photo by Kristina Beese

Singer-songwriter Chelsea Mitchell’s long-running project Dirty Dollhouse heads up the MAAS Building for the record release show of their album Vinyl Child. The group’s harmonic focus mixes with century-spanning influences, from country to doo-wop to R&B, creating a sound both old and new. The show is all ages, and more information can be found on the XPN Concert Calendar. Continue reading →