Arts and Entertainment

Simian Mobile Disco Brings Tuesday Night Fever to Philly

In the 1970’s, Philadelphia was one of the cities that gave birth to disco and brought it to the rest of the world. In 2011, music fans no longer head to the disco to dance the night away. Instead,the Disco is mobile; it brings the party to the people. On Tuesday night at the legendary Trocadero, […]

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Rival Schools Give All Fans Reason to Cheer

Rival Schools new album “Pedals” was released today and before they head off to Europe for a co-headlining tour, they scheduled a few U.S. tour dates. That brief tour brought the influential rockers into the city of Philadelphia last night to throw down for a sold out crowd at Johnny Brenda’s. The night opened with […]

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Vanity Theft Steals the Show at M Room

The Ohio based quintet of rocker chicks known as “Vanity Theft” rolled into Philadelphia on Thursday night to play a show at the M Room in Fishtown with fellow female rock band “Hunter Valentine”. This was the second stop on a large U.S. tour for the two bands. We get sent a lot of music […]

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The Concretes Lay Foundation for Musical Delight in Fishtown

  Monday, January 24th was one of the coldest days we can remember in Philadelphia. With temperatures topping off around 17 degrees (during the day) it would have been easy to just stay curled up on the couch with a warm drink and a good book. It also would have meant we would have missed […]

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Interview with Chloe Chaidez & Max Kuehn of “Kitten”

The holidays and New Year’s Eve are now behind us and a full year of exciting possibilities lies ahead. For the Los Angeles based band “Kitten” this couldn’t be more true. The band, who is comprised of lead singer Chloe Chaidez, drummer Max Kuehn, bassist Zach Carper, and guitarist Andy Miller, released their debut EP […]

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