Popped! Philly this weekend…

Popped! is a fest that has a pretty amazing history. It’s started out as a one day festival on Drexel University’s campus and has since exploded into a 2 day music extravaganza that is quite a feast for any indie music junkie. Popped does a great job of blending the best of the best in the Philly music scene with a number of touring indie bands. Popped! has been host to artist like Vampire Weekend, Crystal Castles, Gogol...

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Philly Film and Music Fest!

TSI is covering the Philly Film and Music Festival once again! This is their second year, offering Philly a plethora of music and film blanketed across the city, over a four day span. Philly Film and Music Fest (Philly F/M) starts this Thursday with a kick off party at the 2424 Studios in the Fishtown section of the city. This building also serves as the fest’s headquarters. Last year we interviewed bands and the TSI Team...

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Austin City Limits 2011 -this weekend!

TSI has contributor Andy Beam down in Austin, TX this weekend covering Austin City Limits. He’ll be captruing photos, blogging, writing reviews and interviewing bands. So if you couldn’t make it down to this very special 10th anniversary addition of ACL this weekend, don’t fret… TSI has you covered. Stay tuned to see all the goodness that’s coming out of Austin this weekend. To get your warmed up, below...

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Discordinalia – Goddess Night -Philly

Eris Temple Arts/Certain Circuits Presents Discordinalia – Goddess Night Friday September 16th,   7pm-12am At the Ellen Powell Tiberino Memorial Museum 3819 Hamilton Street, Philadelphia PA http://tiberinomuseum.org/Tiberino_Museum/MUSEUM.html Ursula Rucker (feature performer) Bonnie MacAllister Maleka Fruean Natalie Felix LizZ/A Piano and a Cocktail Murderess Radio Eris with special guest Kali Medusa and the Mythological Blues...

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Review of new Trombone Shorty Record -For True

In early 2010, after years of slugging it out in clubs, Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews released his acclaimed national debut, “Backatown.” In the frenetic year that followed, he and backing band Orleans Avenue logged some 200 performances across five continents in a furious globe-trotting tour. He’s the kind of relentless road warrior that rolls his sleeves up and chisels out a name for himself one venue at a time. The high-energy and...

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