We’ve teamed up with South Bethlehem’s Color Me Mine Lehigh Valley on quite a few music events over the past year. Some have, of course, been a part of our First Friday Concert Series, while we’ve also worked together to host performances during SouthSide Arts & Music Festival and other independent ventures.
On Saturday, August 25, we’ll be back at it again!
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.
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!
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.
On Saturday, February 24, frequent First Friday partner venue Color Me Mine Lehigh Valley (25 E. Third St., Bethlehem) will take one step further into the realm of hosting live music with a big night of indie rock.
Released: Nov. 11, 2017
Artist: Widow’s Work
Album: You Were Never to Blame (EP)
Released: Oct. 31, 2017
A couple weeks prior to the release of their debut, six-track demo, Lehigh Valley-based post-hardcore/emo band bloodmoon has given its fans another teaser by making second single, “Talk,” available on its Bandcamp page.
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.
Artist: The Pavement.
Album: Louisiana (Demo)
Released: Sept. 30, 2017