Heave – ‘Pike’
Buffalo band conjures unique blend of indie rock and bedroom folk on debut LP
PREMIERE: Pro Teens – “Anybody’s Baby”
Premiere: Son Step – ‘Fossilillies’
Marika Hackman – “i’m not where you are”
An interview with Lunch Duchess for their new track “Ride or Die”
Setting out for tour on the East Coast June 14th
Kate Nash live at the Theatre of Living Arts
Last Thursday, Kate Nash brought a rock party to the TLA in Philadelphia. Supporting new release “Yesterday was Forever,” she was tremendous as was phenomenal opener Miya Folick.
Matt and Kim With Tokyo Police Club at the Electric Factory
Last Sunday at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia there were smiles galore as the pure pop fun of Matt and Kim ruled the night. Tokyo Police Club opened.
Varsity Release Their Debut Album Parallel Person
Varsity’s tracks are breezy in sound, fully sun-soaked and best served by the water.
A Dashboard Confessional Review
The future continues to shine on Dashboard Confessional.
Kevin Morby live at The Ottobar
Kevin Morby and his supremely tight band (Hand Habits Meg, Nick, Cyrus & Oliver) came to the local Ottobar in Baltimore, MD to play his lovely and inspired City Music for a truly moving set. This reviewer happens to think that the KM Band puts on best Rock & Roll show that there is, so if they’re stopping by your town, you are probably going to want to check it out.
Yo La Tengo at the 9:30 Club
New Jersey indie icons Yo La Tengo, on tour in support of their new album “There’s a Riot Going On,” stopped by the 9:30 club for a mesmerizing, career-spanning set.
Hop Along and Lucy Stone at Johnny Brenda’s
Last Saturday Hop Along played a super sold-out record release show in honor of Bark Your Head Off, Dog at Johnny Brenda’s. Songs old and new sounded electric. The promising Lucy Stone opened.
Lost In Japan return with “Don’t Wanna Let Go”
Catch them April 7th live at Warehouse Concert Hall in St. Catharines, ON.
See Turnover with Mannequin Pussy at The Masquerade
The very popular “dream pop for scene kids” band made their second stop in Atlanta over the past six months, playing new songs and old. With the great punk outfit Mannequin Pussy in tow, the show was an exercise in contrasts, the crowd enjoying every bit of it.
Sorority Noise at The Masquerade
Just before taking a much acknowledged hiatus, indie rock outfit Sorority Noise played Atlanta for what hopefully won’t be the last time to a loving crowd of superfans.