[RECAP] A Night of Metal with Black Label Society, Down & More at The Electric Factory
May14

[RECAP] A Night of Metal with Black Label Society, Down & More at The Electric Factory

Wednesday night, I took a step away from my well beaten indie rock path into the realm of heavy metal with Devil You Know, Down, and Black Label Society. Prepared for a night of ass-kicking metal, I donned my leather boots and black hoodie and stepped into the Electric Factory. Having missed opener Butcher Babies, I made my way up front for Devil You Know. Their set was on the short side (only 6 songs) and was fast, hard hitting, and...

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[Recap] Better Than Ezra Have a Blast Cracking Jokes During Show at The TLA, Philly
May14

[Recap] Better Than Ezra Have a Blast Cracking Jokes During Show at The TLA, Philly

Better Than Ezra was that band that had a couple great songs in the 90s and then flew under the radar for a while. It turns out they’re also that band that puts on a great show to leave you smiling at the end of the night, which I discovered at the TLA on Monday. Whether it was making fun of each other (bass player Tom Drummond made the mistake of saying that the TLA show was the last stop in a great New England run, which had singer...

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Art Garfunkel Brings His Iconic Voice to Sands Bethlehem Events Center – Saturday, May 17.
May14

Art Garfunkel Brings His Iconic Voice to Sands Bethlehem Events Center – Saturday, May 17.

Art Garfunkel brings his iconic voice to Sands Bethlehem Events Center on Saturday, May 17. You think you know Art Garfunkel? You may know him for his blond, puffy hair. You most likely know him for being half of the world-famous Simon and Garfunkel. You’ve undoubtedly heard his perfect harmonies and his high, soothing, symphonic tenor.  And, of course, you know him for his folk. So, what has changed? Well, the puffy hair may not be...

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Tribal Seeds ‘Representing’ Out Now
May14

Tribal Seeds ‘Representing’ Out Now

Reggae band Tribal Seeds released their newest album, Representing yesterday to great reviews. Hitting # 1 on Itunes Reggae, and Music Bailout stated, “Tribal Seeds are still at the top of the game. Their addictive roots-inspired sound is always catchy and fits in perfectly with the vocal style.” Representing is their first full-length album in five years. And when they decided to make the album, they brought in some old...

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Check out Lily & the Parlour Tricks New Single ‘Requiem’
May14

Check out Lily & the Parlour Tricks New Single ‘Requiem’

Lily & the Parlour Tricks newly released music video, a must see! It was recently released on Wall Street Journal’s Speakeasy. >>Check out ‘Requiem’<< Their music has been described as an “idiosyncratic brew of siren-song harmonies, thundering bass + drums and wickedly distorted guitar” [Deli Magazine]. Catch them on their summer tour, as they will be hitting up some great festivals, such...

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Finding the “Sweet” Spot at Sweetlife
May13

Finding the “Sweet” Spot at Sweetlife

Reflecting on the Sweetlife lineups of yesteryear is sure to inspire nothing but yearning for the years of Kendrick, Fun., and Haim, well before all three groups stepped into their respective limelights. This year’s lineup – while far from what one would call spectacular – also shared the Sweetlife trend of balancing the heavy hitters with the up-and-comers. While Merriweather Post Pavilion’s main stage hosted a mostly blasé lineup of...

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