Earlier this year, Neil Grover released “Politics,” a single from his then-forthcoming “Whoa” EP, as an outlet to the anger we all feel in situations that require us to keep a level head and a straight face.
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With Mo7s hard at work on Album #3, you had to know you’d be hearing samples of what the rock and roll couple has been working on over the past few months.
After unveiling a fresh new sound on the funky, upbeat single, “Move,” Mo7s has gone a more tender, romantic route with follow-up, “You’re My Everything.”
Photo credit: Huy Dinh
Recently, acoustic pop duo January Noon revealed that they will be performing at Musikfest on Wednesday, August 8 at 8 p.m. on the Lyrikplatz stage, inside of the Frank Banko Alehouse Cinemas.
The guys were so excited that they decided to treat their fans to a new video!
Local hip hop artist Devin Hailey has teamed with Tanzcos Beverages Bethlehem on a new promo video that goes hard and highlights the store’s wide selection of beers.
San Diego-based pop rockers Leaders in the Clubhouse were guests on The Balcony Show this past Wednesday night on WLVU: The Sound of The Underground, and they unveiled a new, interactive idea for their upcoming music video for their song, “These Goddamn Devices.”
New York native Christian Evanko, who we had the pleasure of meeting last month as part of an outstanding DIY showcase at Color Me Mine Lehigh Valley, is back with a bright new sound alongside his bandmates in The Stash.
The first taste of new music was released earlier this month, with new single “On the Horizon” recalling the true story of Hartzell’s lonely dinner for one through the eyes of a fictional third-person.
Houston & the Dirty Rats have been hard at work, touring the nation for most of 2018 up until this point. Even so, they’ve still found time to document their exploits!
Fire. PBR. A giant rat.
With those three elements alone, Houston and the Dirty Rats were right to tag the beginning of their “Dumpster Diver” video with “Don’t Try This At Home.”
Phillipsburg native Kayla Avitabile began 2018 by releasing her first music video, in support of her song “Awkward and Absent,” the lead single and spiritual title track from her EP, “The Difference Between Fine and Okay.”