Seven years after the release of 2011’s full length “Maybe Tomorrow,” Billy Bauer Band returned with new music this summer with the long-anticipated single, “So I Love.”
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A dash of neo-soul underscores strong reggae rhythms and pop sensibility on “Young Lion,” the latest single from Philly-area alt-R&B group Jutaun.
Young solo performer Jordyn Kenzie has a big imagination, as evidenced by the video concept she developed for her bright country pop single, “Stir the Sky.”
Philly-based alt-rockers Sonnder announced a few months back that they would be going their separate ways. However, it would not be before providing one final parting shot for their fans.
Local soul singer Pentley Holmes has spent a great deal of time traveling the country, all while working on follow-up material to his heralded release, “Rip Out My Heart.”
Those in local music circles may best know Ross Huber as the guitarist and backing vocalist for Lehigh Valley-based power pop band, Summer Scouts.
Now, be prepared to hear him as you never have before!
R&B singer Reece Mills, seen recently in an impromptu Banko Beverage Co. Beer Garden performance during the Lehigh Valley Underground First Friday Concert Series, has a hot new single for summer.
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!
Nerdcore rapper NyteXing releases tracks at such a prolific rate (there’s that word again) that, like the Pokemon referenced and sampled at the beginning and end of his recent single, “IGO,” it’s hard to catch ’em all.