PHOTOS: #GoUnderground at Godfrey’s with Avi Wisnia and Cubbage

Saturday night marked the beginning of a partnership (outside of our usual First Friday fun) with the legendary Godfrey Daniels. To celebrate, we brought in two of the region’s most prolific and versatile jazz pop artists.

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soft idiot Premieres New Song from Second Album of 2017

Philly resident soft idiot, Justin Roth’s solo-based bedroom pop/folk brainchild, is on the heels of putting out their second (SECOND!) full-length of 2017. “Stillborn”, released in March, was one of my favorite albums of the year, DIY or otherwise. On December 8, 2017, “Rain Wins Another Year!” comes out.

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Review: The Wayside Shakeup – Can’t Control the Night

Artist: The Wayside Shakeup
Album: Can’t Control the Night
Released: November 10, 2017
Genre: Roots rock/Americana

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Review: Ceramic Animal – The Cart

Artist: Ceramic Animal
Album: The Cart
Released: Aug. 30, 2016
Genre: Psych pop/indie rock

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Sonnder’s “Late October” Video, Brought to You a Day Late!

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.

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Review: Three Strands – Letters to the Light

Artist: Three Strands
Album: Letters to the Light
Released: July 7, 2017
Genre: Folk

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Review: Church Girls – Breaking Bones

Artist: Church Girls
Song: Hidalgo
Released: August 2017
Genre: Indie rock

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Lisa’s Lens: The Dull Blue Lights Shine

On Friday, I went to Levitt Pavilion at SteelStacks with plans of seeing classical hip hop duo Black Violin, who have gained popularity as they periodically visit the Lehigh Valley with a live show that successfully merges just about every genre known to man.

Unfortunately, I would come to find out that the duo re-scheduled for Sunday, September 10. However, the people at SteelStacks still gave us a show.

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Review: Philly’s June Divided Brings Dynamic Indie Rock to Musikfest

This year, LVU is seeing contributions from members of our music community who are out on the scene at Musikfest to catch the action. One of those people, WLVU Station Manager John Paul DeBard, caught up with Philadelphia indie rockers June Divided (who we saw at another festival earlier this year) and shared his thoughts on their set.

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Sun Blind Debuts New Song with Forthcoming Debut Album On Horizon

Sun Blind’s new track, “Something I Can’t Change,” blends multiple elements of hard rock with a catchiness that will keep you coming back.

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