Alt-metal veterans CKY are coming to Easton’s One Centre Square on Saturday, November 19 — and, when they come to town, they’ll be bringing a boatload of local company with them.
Tape Swap Radio — whose indie rock showcase you can hear every Thursday at 8 p.m. on WLVU: The Sound of The Underground — have returned to the rooftop of Allentown’s Cigar Factory, with veteran indie rockers The Insidious Rays in tow.
Stroudsburg’s The Crowning continue to amaze us with their dynamic songwriting.
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…
It’s been a little while since we’ve heard from our friends Slumlord Radio. Last summer, this band of Michiganders approached us with their album, “Too Pretty for Tijuana,” which we happily reviewed. We’ve kept an eye on each other ever since.
Earlier this decade, Kill the Broadcast was one of the most successful original bands on our local scene. The band played multiple Musikfests in their first incarnation, and were recognized as the 2012 winners of WZZO’s now-defunct Backyard Bands competition. In addition, the band had notable gigs in Philadelphia, playing venues including The Grape Room and Legendary Dobbs.
Last in Line, the original lineup who performed on the iconic Ronnie James Dio album of the same name, will be headlining Stroudsburg’s Sherman Theatre on November 3 with support from two of the Valley’s biggest hard rock standouts.
Friday night at SouthSide 313 was one marked by stellar musicianship, improvisation, and good vibes.
Artist: Alpha Zero Three
Album: Alpha Zero Three
Released: Sept. 7, 2017
Genre: Rock/Alternative/Hard Rock
Alpha Zero Three has been playing out around the Lehigh Valley for more than a year. All the while, they’ve slowly leaked songs, one by one, from an album that they teased was forthcoming.
While the 30th Annual Celtic Classic rolled on into Saturday night, loud rock sounds could be heard and crowds could be seen gathering just off the festival grounds at The Wooden Match. That could only mean one thing…
Another Day Dawns was back for another festival weekend set!