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The Gantry and Birdy at Main Street Music on Record Store Day


Astoria Queens, The Gantry will perform at Manyunk’s Main Street Music Store on Record Store Day, this Saturday April 19th. Two members of The Gantry are originally from Philly , their lead, Kevin Goldhahn and bass player Tim Cornish. Tim is actually still living in Philly at the moment. The band is in the process of working on a new

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[GIVEAWAY] Tokyo Police Club @ The TLA – Enter to Win!


That’s right! The Indie garage/pop 4 piece band, Tokyo Police Club, is coming to The Theatre of Living Arts (TLA) on Friday May 16th!  Here’s your chance to win a pair of tickets to this highly anticipated, no-brainer sell out show. SHOW INFO TOKYO POLICE CLUB with special guest Geographer & Said The Whale Date:

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Philly’s Own Rock to the Future’s #MusicForAll Ball – SOLD OUT


Rock to the Future is excited to announce the 1st Annual Music for All Ball sold out weeks before the event. On April 12th, 2014 from 7-12pm, Rock to the Future and over 150 attendees will celebrate program successes from the past 4 years and raise funds and awareness for music education. The Music for All Ball will take place

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Yeah! Modern Rock Madness, Yeah! Champ is here, Yeah!


Well the 2014 Y-Not Radio Modern Rock Madness is in the books and we have crowned a champion – Yeah Yeah Yeahs! Karen O, Nick Zinner & Brian Chase made it past a variety of formidable competitors to win it all! The day started with the Fantastic Four matches, as Yeah Yeah Yeahs just barely

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The Fantastic 4 Are Upon Us, who will come out on top? | Y-Not Radio’s Modern Rock Madness


Thanks to your voting and participation, here we are with the Fantastic Four of Y-Not Radio’s Modern Rock Madness 2014: Arcade Fire, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Radiohead and David Bowie! But how did we get here? Starting with the Swell 16, Arcade Fire defeated The Flaming Lips, and then Blur/Gorillaz/all things Damon Albarn knocked out Phoenix

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Y-Not Radio’s Modern Rock Madness Down to the “Swell 16″


We are officially down to our “Swell 16” in Y-Not Radio’s Modern Rock Madness, now that Wednesday’s Round Two is in the books! The morning kicked off with an easy win for Arcade Fire over The Decemberists. The Flaming Lips continued their run of upsets, knocking the Beastie Boys out of Modern Rock Madness. In

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[GALLERY] The KGB, Ali Wadsworth & The Visitors Sell Out Boot & Saddle

The Kalob Griffin Band @ Boot & Saddle | Photo: Rich McKie

Last week the Boot and Saddle’s floor got a work out when foot stompin’ good americana tunes of The Kalob Griffin Band pumped through the PA. Opening up the night was newcomers The Visitors and the soulful pipes of Ali Wadsworth and her band, Satellite Hearts. Overall a good ol’ sweaty night of great music.

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Tight Matchups in Round 2 and 3 for Y-Not Radio’s Modern Rock Madness 2014


The second round of Y-Not Radio’s 2014 Modern Rock Madness is set! We’ve chopped our field of 64 acts in half, and just 32 artists remain! Let’s look back at Tuesday’s matches, shall we? It was surprisingly close, but former champs Radiohead got past Matt & Kim for the first win of the day. In

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[LISTEN] Pattern is Movement Self Titled Out Today, Boot & Saddle on Thursday – No Foolin’


Many have been waiting a pain staking mere 6 years to drop the needle on a fresh new Pattern is Movement masterpiece. But have no fear… number 4 is here! The indie duo of Andrew Thiboldeaux (piano, synth, bass, and vocals) and Chris Ward (drums), with the support of Hometapes, brings you the next installment of PiM in

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“Rain or Shine, This Barn will be Burned” – Kalob Griffin Band @ Boot & Saddle TONIGHT


Just in time for the dust to settle from the RIver City Extension show at Boot & Saddle last night, they’ve got another foot stompin’ good, fist pumpin’ good lineup set for tonight. That’s right - The Kalob Griffin Band (KGB) is back in Philly and bringing along a local chic thats got some pipes, Ali

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