Miggs, Parachute, & Plain White T’s: Two Out of Three Ain’t Bad

All’s well that starts well. That may not be how the saying goes, but it was certainly how the show went on Saturday night at the Theatre of the Living Arts on South Street as Miggs, Parachute, and Plain White T’s rolled into town. Crowd Shot There was a nice size crowd on hand for […]

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Free Energy: Deregulating Conceptions of Rock & Roll

Philadelphia residents have recently experienced deregulation of energy services and last night at The Church, a packed  house of eager fans were treated to Free Energy. The home-town rockers embody a spirit of rock n’ roll music straight out of the 1970’s. From their long hair, rocking guitar and baseline riffs, and free spirit on […]

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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 James Suptic of The Get Up Kids

The Get Up Kids, from Kansas City, burst onto the music scene over fifteen years ago and enjoyed much success before disbanding in 2005. Their 1999 album “Something to Write Home About” was their most successful venture and in 2009 they reunited to re-release the album and do a reunion tour. The reunion led The […]

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