In his latest video from the “Gamers Interlude 2” mixtape, Maverick da Roninn and friends were able to squeeze in a friendly game of baseball.
Sorry. We just couldn’t resist the irony that we were just behind the 8-ball enough to bring you a video for a song titled “Late October” on November 1.
Portland, OR-based pop punk trio Second Player Score has begun work on their forthcoming third album, “Glorified.” Earlier this week, they gave Facebook fans the first taste of the new record with a video for its first single, “Liberty’s End.”
Tape Swap Radio — whose indie rock showcase you can hear every Thursday at 8 p.m. on WLVU: The Sound of The Underground — have returned to the rooftop of Allentown’s Cigar Factory, with veteran indie rockers The Insidious Rays in tow.
With “Last Time We Spoke,” fresh alt-rock five-piece Widow’s Work is doing their part to prove that screamo is still alive and well.
Tyler Rothrock, the Nazareth-bred, New York City-based comedian who recorded his upcoming debut album, “Tyler of Nazareth,” at SteelStacks earlier this year, will return to the ArtsQuest Center for the album’s official release party on Thursday, November 2.
While Gamers Interlude 2 is still hot off the press, Bethlehem-based nerdcore rapper Maverick da Roninn is already working “Overtime.”
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.
Earlier this decade, Kill the Broadcast was one of the most successful original bands on our local scene. The band played multiple Musikfests in their first incarnation, and were recognized as the 2012 winners of WZZO’s now-defunct Backyard Bands competition. In addition, the band had notable gigs in Philadelphia, playing venues including The Grape Room and Legendary Dobbs.
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.