What happens when you mix one bottle of champagne, a can of spaghetti-os, and two spitfire babes looking for a good time? Well, “You Should Have Seen His Apartment.”More about the Single
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If you’re looking for a new song that you can jam out to in the car and get stuck in your head, look no further than Nashville band Manic.’s new single, “Slowly From The Inside.”Read more
PREMIERE: Jakey Heartbreak Dares Us to Leave Our Fears Behind on His New Single, ‘Don’t Be Afraid Of Your Nightmares’
If you find yourself feeling down, and in need of a powerful jolt of encouragement to shift your mood, Jakey Heartbreak’s new single, “Don’t Be Afraid Of Your Nightmares,” will certainly do the trick!Listen & Read More…
Fittingly titled for a fall release, Sun Goes Down by The Tisburys feels like a collection of music from nostalgic eras, spanning from the 1960s to the 80s, and united together on one reflective album. Vibing off the sounds of John Mellencamp, Vanity Fair, Tom Petty, and Wilco, this album feels like an old favorite the first time through.Read More & Listen
TFW you know you can look, but you shouldn’t touch. And then, you reach out for a big handful anyway. That’s what The Slow Drag’s new banger, “Red Flag,” is all about.Listen and Read More
A desperate cry. A realization of self-awareness. An anthem, for so many of us.
“Help” from Danny Wright bluntly and urgently captures that moment of sudden recognition, and the feeling of “I am not OK.”Read more & Listen
For those of you back home looking for weekend plans… this Saturday’s Naughty or Nice Cocktail Crawl in South Bethlehem is officially sold out.
This Saturday, November 10, our original home in the Lehigh Valley, PA will host Beer, Wine & Swine, a fundraiser for the Love Ran Red Foundation, which provides programs and services adults with autism and developmental disabilities.
We checked in with some of the performers on this benefit — namely, Sean Liebert and Corey Costa — who will join award-winning Americana band Scott Marshall & Marshall’s Highway and others on the bill. The trio shares their thoughts on supporting the cause and what’s in store this Saturday.
The Underground Music Collective grew out of a love of music and the impact it can have on a community. With that, we want to highlight what musicians all over America are doing to give back to their communities.
Today, we start our Music For Your Community series back at home in the Lehigh Valley region in eastern Pennsylvania. That’s where Americana band Scott Marshall & Marshall’s Highway are working together with the Love Ran Red Foundation on a benefit this Saturday, November 10.