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Category Archives: Beyond the Valley
This week, we head up to Boston for a look at pop-punk duo Condition Baker.
We’re on the road, headed right for a weekend of exploration in Nashville!
We’re pretty pumped to get down and check out the sights and, of course, sounds of Music City. Along the way, we’ll surely be checking in with our discoveries.
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Since January 2016, Lehigh Valley Underground has featured some of the best and brightest independent musicians, in our region and others. We have welcomed and reviewed submissions of all genres, covered hundreds of performances, and have built a stronger community around the art being created every day, in our own backyard.
As we continue forward, we are inspired to take what we’ve done in eastern Pennsylvania and use it as fuel to think bigger. We envision a platform that connects independent musicians with their peers in other markets, as well as with the larger music industry and its vast educational resources. This, we believe, will take everyone’s game to the next level. However, we realize that we must walk the same walk and do that ourselves.
Today, we announce the next phase of our evolution: We are now the Underground Music Collective (UMC).
Anyone who has ever known the struggle of loving someone serving in an overseas conflict will relate to “Army Ranger,” the new single from Nashville-based country singer Jessie G.
Ready for a strong blast of pop punk goodness from Philadelphia? Get ready for Familiar Things.
Philly area singer/songwriter Andrea Nardello has done it again, following up her 2016 release “Fire” with the equally impressive “Human” (August 2018).
Straddling the lines of new wave, rock, and pop is “Bleed,” the latest single from Philly-area singer Marc Ambrosia.
Asheville, NC-based bluegrass band Town Mountain have released “New Freedom Blues,” their critically-acclaimed sixth studio album produced at renowned Echo Mountain Studios in their hometown.
Sometimes, you just come across something on Twitter, and you want to share it with the world.