Album Review: Finch “Back To Oblivion”
Sep30

Album Review: Finch “Back To Oblivion”

It’s been nine years since Finch last released a studio album, multiple break ups and teasing fans with a hand full of new music but now the Southern California rockers have returned with their most complete and mature album to date. I had the opportunity to see Finch back in March 2013 during their ten year anniversary tour for the fan favorite album “What It Is To Burn”. What was meant to be just a one off reunion...

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Lotus: Journey to 2015
Sep30

Lotus: Journey to 2015

Santa Claus isn’t the only one coming to town this upcoming Christmas holiday. Lotus will be local for their New Years Journey to 2015 shows. This is a two-day gig and will run from 12/27-28. They will be playing in Philadelphia, PA both nights at the Electric Factory. There are very limited single show and two day passes left for Philly. You can purchase a single show ticket for $25 or a two day pass for $45.  For both days,...

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My Brightest Diamond Shone Brightly at World Cafe
Sep30

My Brightest Diamond Shone Brightly at World Cafe

My Brightest Diamond Shone Brightly at World Cafe Words By: Carolyn Lederach, Photos By: Lindsey Borgman I came into World Cafe uncertain with what to expect from my first My Brightest Diamond show.  There was a decent all ages crowd spread throughout the downstairs stage, happily awaiting Shara to hit the stage. I’ve had ‘Pressure’ stuck in my head for a few days, so I was pleased that MBD kicked off the show with the song....

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[Coverage] Kasabian Blows Up Terminal 5 – NYC
Sep30

[Coverage] Kasabian Blows Up Terminal 5 – NYC

Kasabian came out to play at Terminal 5 in support of the release of their new album 48:13. With very special guests, Japanese acid-punk band Bo Ningen as their opening act, they wowed the crowd with their energy filled show. Bo Ningen, a combination of psychedelic and punk rock, along with a Japanese feel, was so fresh to the audience. A foreign band with a loud noise and a vocalist (Taigen Kawabe) with an even bigger voice. The band...

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RECAP: Lily Allen at the Electric Factory
Sep29

RECAP: Lily Allen at the Electric Factory

Lily Allen chain-smoked her way through a rousing set during her Friday night show at the Electric Factory on September 19th. Weaving her way through large, illuminated baby bottles, Lily dove into the crowd-pleasers, occasionally stopping for a drag on her cigarette or a sip from her Big Gulp. Entering the stage behind a plush smiley face pillow, she launched into the title track off her latest album “Sheezus”. Back up dancers...

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[Coverage] The Lawsuits EP Release // Friday Sept 26th
Sep29

[Coverage] The Lawsuits EP Release // Friday Sept 26th

In my book, September 26th was noted as a night of powerhouse vocalists, luscious long locks of hair, and beautifully decorated microphone stands. In celebration of the release of their new EP, Tumbled, The Lawsuits played for a sold out room full of friends, fans, and strangers. As expected, the strangers felt right at home as Joe Bisirri (guitar/piano) turned on lamps as if he was inviting us over for a personal concert. Bisirri’s...

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