Philly-based alt-rockers Sonnder announced a few months back that they would be going their separate ways. However, it would not be before providing one final parting shot for their fans.
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At Lehigh Valley Underground, we believe that sharing is caring. So, let’s try something new around here: let’s round up some new releases from local artists you may or may not have heard.
Local soul singer Pentley Holmes has spent a great deal of time traveling the country, all while working on follow-up material to his heralded release, “Rip Out My Heart.”
Musikfest favorites Jutaun, whose soulful blend of R&B, rock, and pop makes for one of the region’s unique sounds, will come to SteelStacks this Saturday night.
Singer-songwriter Malachi McNeill is preparing to release his latest album, “Sink,” next month under his project Statues and Stories.
Now, we have our first, emotionally compelling taste of the new record.
The debut record from Sightline Heights, a new alternative rock project from the Philadelphia area, is set to be released worldwide on June 8th, 2018 through all major online retailers and streaming services. As the solo project of Marc Eimer, a Philadelphia-area native that has long been an advocate for independent artists, the 4-song EP features Eimer on vocals and guitar, with guest appearances from long-time friends Stephen Lorek and Dylan Mulcahy, formerly of XPN-supported band Shark Tape, on bass and drums respectively.
We had such a great time presenting a DIY showcase alongside Color Me Mine Lehigh Valley back in February that we’ve decided to team up and do it again…
…and this time, it will take place during the May edition of #LVUFirstFriday!
Northeast PA pop punks Stay Loud have stayed true to their name, returning with high-energy single “Overboard.”
The 19th Annual Lehigh Valley Music Awards ceremony takes place this Sunday at 4 p.m. at SteelStacks in Bethlehem, with the official Lehigh Valley Underground Preshow beginning in the ArtsQuest Center’s first floor lobby at 3 p.m.
Tune in for music from LVMA19 nominees. Plus, The Quinn shares an LVMA-related Somethin’ Good, tells you what you can expect before the LVMAs at the Lehigh Valley Underground First Friday Concert Series this Friday in South Bethlehem, and gives a little advice on how to conduct oneself before, during, and after the LVMAs have been distributed.
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REVEL 9 – All I’ve Become (Opening theme)
Roi and the Secret People – Saturn Girl
The Beautiful Distortion – Gasoline
Alpha Zero Three – Waiting on Myself
Autoerotica – Alone
Atown Slim ft. Phase Wun – Crime
Cubbage – Beautiful Night
Neil Grover – Politics
Leah Marie Fuls – Collision
Acoustic Kitty Project – San Francisco
Chelsea Lyn Meyer – Hangover
Werner & Julia Sommer – At All Times
Shawn Cav – Looking Busy
Saturday night at Color Me Mine Lehigh Valley (25 E. 3rd St., Bethlehem) was the first of its kind: a regional DIY showcase featuring five acts, each with its own distinct style, to make for a vibrant night painted in varying shades of rock and roll.