[PREVIEW] Cherub Talks About Their New Tour and the Trocadero Show
Jan29

[PREVIEW] Cherub Talks About Their New Tour and the Trocadero Show

Riding the wave off of their latest EP release, Leftovers, Cherub returns to the Trocadero in Philadelphia’s Chinatown district on January 29th, 2015. Having played three festivals around Philly last year, we sat down with Cherub to find out what will be different for them this year: Q: When we talked at Made in America, you had mentioned you were still searching for a new video concept. A few month’s later your new video...

Read More
[Show Review] Ben Howard Plays Sold Out Show at Union Transfer
Jan28

[Show Review] Ben Howard Plays Sold Out Show at Union Transfer

Saturday night Ben Howard took the stage for a sold out Union Transfer show. Fans arrived early, some having waited in line since Noon.  The show had been sold out since October after Ben’s incredible new album, I Forget Where We Were, dropped.  The growing debate amongst the anxious crowd was if they’d hear more new or old tunes.  For many, this was the first time they were seeing Ben Howard live, unaware of the magic they were about...

Read More
Wake Up Lucid Releases Single
Jan28

Wake Up Lucid Releases Single

Los Angeles gutter rock trio Wake Up Lucid release their fourth recording, Gone With The Night, this Spring. You can stream the first single “Get Fucked” here ! Gone With The Night is a sampling of the fruits of the group’s determined efforts to develop further as song-writers, offering songs that are much more focused and realized, and diversely dynamic – a departure from the band’s usual m.o. of grit...

Read More
[MEET] Brett Dennen of Folk/Pop
Jan27

[MEET] Brett Dennen of Folk/Pop

California’s folk/pop singer, Brett Dennen has such a unique sound.  I only heard of him recently, and I am mad that I didn’t hear of him sooner. His first album was released in 2004, and his fifth album, ‘Smoke and Mirrors’ was released back in 2013. His songs have a nostalgic feel, a mix between a somewhat poppiness(if a word could describe it) and folk. Take a listen to ‘Frozen in Slow Motion,’...

Read More
[Recap] Radio 104.5 Winter Jam Breaks in the Parking Lot of XFINITY Live!
Jan27

[Recap] Radio 104.5 Winter Jam Breaks in the Parking Lot of XFINITY Live!

On a bleak, gray, cold Saturday in January, Radio 104.5 decided it would be a good time to throw an outdoor concert. It was just what the doctor ordered. If you were lucky enough to score free tickets and slosh you way through snow and sleet to South Philly and the parking lot of XFINITY Live!, then you were not disappointed. Winter Jam, as it was referred to, featured 2 stages and 7 bands through out the day. The doors opened at noon...

Read More
Carmel Bach Festival Announces Second Winter Concert
Jan26

Carmel Bach Festival Announces Second Winter Concert

Carmel Bach Festival, a world-class festival of music and ideas celebrating the works, inspiration, and ongoing influence of J.S. Bach, will be presenting two concerts on February 12 featuring violinist Edwin Huizinga. A second show has just been added due to popular demand.“An Evening with Edwin Huizinga” showcases the veteran Carmel Bach Festival violinist who is an expert in baroque and modern techniques. Huizinga will...

Read More