Philadelphia Alt Rockers TIOGA Release New Single

In anticipation of their upcoming run of shows, which includes a March 3 opening gig for Low Cut Connie at SteelStacks, Philly-based alternative/indie rock four-piece TIOGA released their new song, “Young Man Now.”

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Review: ‘Jutaun Sessions Live’ a Must-Listen

Artist: Jutaun
Album: Jutaun Sessions Live
Released: February 2, 2018
Genre: Alternative Motown

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New in 2018: Ceramic Animal’s Hazy New Single, ‘So Familiar’

Artist: Ceramic Animal
Song: So Familiar
Released: Jan. 5, 2018
Genre: Psych pop/Alternative

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Six Years Later’s Summery ‘Love Unspoken’ Video

Winter blues getting you down? Alt-rock collaborative Six Years Later has just the thing to lift your spirits.

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‘Philadelphia Indie’ Playlist Features Several Valley-based Artists

CJ Dunleavy, a singer-songwriter hailing from nearby Doylestown, reached out to us to bring our attention to his ‘Philadelphia Indie‘ Spotify playlist, which celebrates its first birthday this Friday, January 12.

Since we’re in the mood for celebrating birthdays lately, we figured we’d have a listen.

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Andorra’s ‘What You Wanted, What You Got’ Takes Band to New Heights

Artist: Andorra
Album: What You Wanted, What You Got
Released: November 21, 2017
Genre: Alternative

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Review: Andrew Huston’s “Going Away” Deserves Your Attention

Artist: Andrew Huston
Album: Going Away
Released: August 4, 2017
Genre: Alt Country

Going Away” is a “no-nonsense”, alt-country EP that warrants your time. Andrew Huston’s songwriting is purposefully ambiguous, but easily relatable. The Philadelphia-based artist’s inspiration from Wilco’s “A.M.”, can be felt on “Isn’t It Interesting”. This song displays Andrew’s unique talent of crafting upbeat melodies about negative experiences. Instead of wallowing in despair, Huston forms those memories into catchy sing-alongs that will improve the mood of any bar. Continue reading Review: Andrew Huston’s “Going Away” Deserves Your Attention

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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