It’s been a little while since we’ve heard from our friends Slumlord Radio. Last summer, this band of Michiganders approached us with their album, “Too Pretty for Tijuana,” which we happily reviewed. We’ve kept an eye on each other ever since.
While we continue to digest the many tracks recently presented on Maverick da Roninn‘s newest mixtape, “Gamers Interlude 2,” we’ve been treated to a music video featuring two of the album’s strongest tracks.
“Inked,” the third single from Rofo Audio‘s sophomore album, “Reach,” now has an official music video complete with hometown flair and — as you may have guessed — plenty of body art.
South Jerseyan and singer-songwriter Marc Ambrosia released “Let Me Be Your Secret” — a big, shimmering single — earlier this year.
Now, how about something visual to go along with it?
Like the weather, the music scene plans to stay hot this week, with another weekend festival highlighting the action.
Take a look at what’s in store, ladies and gentlemen, as we ride into the (presumably) colder months with these…
Can’t-Miss Shows of the Week!
The slight chill in the air suggests that fall is upon us, which made Thursday night a great one for our partners at Fig Bethlehem Fall Issue Launch Party.
Get ready for winter with the snowy landscapes of Leah Marie Fuls‘ video for “You’re Never Gone,” a song about the memories that keep a loved one with us after they have departed.
A drug deal. Infidelity. A shootout.
Sounds like a deeply disturbing day to be a part of. For VICTIM, this storyline serves as the backdrop of the notorious party punks’ video for “Look What You’ve Done.”
Aspiring actors who are looking for a new portfolio piece may have the chance to team up with local bluesman Steve Brosky on the forthcoming music video for his song, “In Your Arms.”
“Make Art Local,” the documentary from Riverside Films that will celebrate and investigate the history and future of grassroots arts in Bethlehem, has surpassed its fundraising goal of $9,670 to bring the project to life.