Godfrey Daniels, the legendary folk venue on E. 4th St. in South Bethlehem, is about to be injected with the jazz pop stylings of two of the region’s top artists in the genre.
Playoff baseball is underway, and The Quinn is just a wee bit distracted by the ongoing Cubs/Nationals battle in Game 3 of the NLDS. Still, that doesn’t stop us from bringing you the finest in (mostly local) independent music on The Quinn Spinn, including…
We’ve been hanging a lot around Bethlehem lately, and we found ourselves ready to branch back out and find adventure on Friday night. Fortunately, there was plenty going on this brisk and refreshing evening, and our travels found us at Bangor’s Broadway Pub.
Heartbreak is never easy. While that statement is oversimplified, Richie Ares’ solo project, theLionhearted, expounds on this idea exponentially on his debut EP.
New York City alt-Americana band Evening Darling has a unique sound that has gained a lot of steam beyond the confines of the Big Apple. Their debut, self-titled album (which you can hear at the bottom of this article) is an exciting blend of influences that range from new wave to the folk and Americana of their previous incarnation, The Hunting Party.
We checked in with the band in advance of its performance this Saturday, August 5 at the Red Stag Pub Liederplatz stage at Musikfest to hear all about what makes them tick, and what we have to look forward to when they come to town this weekend.
A little over a week ago, The Sherman Theater hosted an EP release party for the up and coming pop punk/emo/hardcore/ska-influenced band, Keep Flying. It was more of a one-day fest, as the bill consisted of roughly ten bands.
Last week, we told you that acoustic pop duo January Noon was preparing to release their debut single, “If I Can.” It wasn’t yet available for you to hear, but we thought we’d put it on your radar.
In advance of tonight’s airing of Tape Swap Radio‘s Rooftop Sessions featuring This Way to the Egress on WLVU: The Sound of The Underground (8 p.m. ET), the show has released a video of the band performing its new song, “What Do You Want?”
The new era of The Quinn Spinn began Monday, June 5, 2017 at 7 p.m., when we went live for the first time since our days as a slapstick college radio show at Moravian College!
On our WLVU: The Sound of The Underground premiere, we welcomed John Paul DeBard, WLVU Station Director, with whom we’ve teamed up to revolutionize the way people listen to indie music in the Lehigh Valley. Plus, you’ll hear the tremendous talents of indie artists, local and beyond!
VICTIM – RnR
Alpha Zero Three – My Signal
Dead Sara – Weatherman
Marc Ambrosia – Let Me Be Your Secret
Cubbage – The Gate
Second Player Score – Head of Sin
Autoerotica – Alone
Roi and the Secret People – Saturn Girl
Artist: Warren North
Album: Game of Love EP
Release Date: June 6, 2017