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Waxahatchee at The Castro Theatre

Katie Crutchfield’s Waxahatchee hit San Francisco on September 22, as the band finally tour in support of last year’s very excellent record, St. Cloud. If the yearlong postponement of the tour had an upside, it’s that the band played a much bigger venue than they were originally scheduled to play in 2020. They played nearly the entire record, along with some older tunes and a cover of Gillian Welch’s “Wrecking Ball” and closing with a cover of Dolly Parton’s “Light of a Clear Blue Morning.”
Nashville’s Katy Kirby charmed with an opening set that delighted the crowd, many of whom were seeing their first concert in over a year.

Courtney Barnett at The Fillmore Philadelphia

Courtney Barnett recently returned to Philadelphia to play The Fillmore. A packed crowd heard a brilliant Barnett rip through her super 2018 record Tell Me How You Really Feel as well as previous works. Waxahatchee opened with a glorious set.

The Julie Ruin announce new album on Hardly Art

With a lyric video for “I Decide” featuring Katie Crutchfield.

Waxahatchee (solo), Trophy Wife, and Vagabon at Silent Barn

A benefit for Planned Parenthood on the anniversary of Roe v. Wade.

Best of Festivals and Hype 2015

Our favorite images taken at the front lines during festivals all around the US and abroad.

Ground Control Touring’s 15th Anniversary Show at Webster Hall

Ground Control Touring celebrates their 15th anniversary by taking over Webster Hall for a night.

Kurt Vile and the Violators, Waxahatchee, and Luke Roberts at 9:30 Club

Philly’s Waxahatchee and Kurt Vile perform in our nation’s capital together.

Hopscotch Music Festival 2015: Day 3

Hopscotch Music Festival comes to an end with sets by Elisa Ambrogio, Waxahatchee, TOW3RS, X, and more.

Waxahatchee to join Sleater-Kinney on tour

Just when you thought the summer news cycle didn’t have any good news.

Pitchfork Music Festival 2015: Day 3

Pitchfork Music Festival 2015 comes to an end with sets from The Julie Ruin, Jamie XX, Caribou, and some local guy named Chance The Rapper.

Waxahatchee, Girlpool, and The Goodbye Party at Music Hall of Williamsburg

Three awesome acts from Philadelphia take over Music Hall of Williamsburg for a night.

Ramsey Beyer shares lived experiences

Talking to the Philly artist about DIY comix, and finding inspiration in punk.

Waxahatchee, “Air”

The first single from Ivy Tripp, out April 7 on Merge.

Hear 54 seconds of the new Waxahatchee record

Yes, we’re that excited.

Best of Portraits 2014

Sometimes we ask people to stand still.  These are the best of those times.

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