Interview with ZZ Ward

What do you get when you roll Blues, Soul, and Hip-Hop into one? None other than twenty-something songstress ZZ Ward. Her voice is infectious and her talent undeniable. From the moment we laid ears on her music we were hooked. We saw her on stage at Firefly Festival last summer but have yet to have […]

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The 1975 and The Neighbourhood Sell Out Union Transfer

Both “The 1975” and “The Neighbourhood” have been very buzz worthy bands as of late. On Tuesday, June 25th, they both rolled into Philly to play a sold-out show at Union Transfer (with a DJ keeping things moving before each band played). UK rockers, The 1975 masterfully blend a brooding rock sound with elements of […]

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Passion Pit, No Longer a Little Secret, Sells Out Electric Factory

Sometimes, when you’ve attended hundreds (if not thousands) of concerts, some of them can run together into a big blur. Then there are those concert moments that are so special, that they are burned into your memory for the rest of your life. You not only remember the music, but the weather, the air temperature, […]

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Interview with Jamie Shields of The New Deal

After twelve-plus years of pioneering the sounds of “Livetronica” (along with bands like The Disco Biscuits and Lake Trout) and touring all over the world, The New Deal is treating fans to one last string of shows before going their separate ways in January 2012. Their final four U.S. shows will be played in Philadelphia, […]

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Interview with Dave 1 of Chromeo

Chromeo first appeared on our radar when their single “Needy Girl” became a club sensation in 2004. The duo of Patrick (P-Thugg) Gemayel and David (Dave 1) Macklovitch have been pumping out electro-funk gems ever since. Chromeo has won awards from MTV & CBC Radio, played for all of the major late-night TV outfits, provided […]

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