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I’m taking us down the turnpike to the Philly area for this week’s look into the indie music scene.
Georgia native Lauren Morrow, whom some might know from her time with Americana band The Whiskey Gentry, has stepped out with her own self-titled debut EP, recruiting some of Nashville’s finest players along the way.
Photo credit: Foxtrot & the Get Down
Philly blues rockers Foxtrot & the Get Down have had a big year in 2018. In addition to opening for Bon Jovi in Philadelphia, they released their anthemic, jazzy new single, “Down & Out.”
On Monday, they released its accompanying movie, filled with dramatic and shocking twists!
Want to know what’s great about this edition of the New Release Radar? It’s stacked with plenty of brand new music, and includes a little something for any taste.
Today is officially National Album Day, and folks industry-wide are sharing the albums that have shaped their tastes and altered the course of history.
A beautiful fall evening helped keep the streets packed all night long in South Bethlehem, as we welcomed a fresh batch of artists to SouthSide Arts District for the latest installment of #LVUFirstFriday.
Today, we head west to Colorado, where Americana artist James Lee Baker just released a new single, “Cowtown Blues.”
Hip hop producer Trippy Ja has dropped “Said So,” a moody track with a cool ambiance and contributions from two of the greater Philadelphia region’s brightest rising stars.
From a catchy bass line that draws you in from the start, to the background vocals and harmonies that highlight the song, Chelsea Lyn Meyer’s “Hangover” is another great pop/rock tune.