With a distinctive voice and crafty acoustic guitar work, San Diego’s Mighty Mage (real name Khalid Hussain) has released a tender, yet dynamic single titled “Forgot the Way.”
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Greensboro, NC-based alternative quartet Lowborn has released “Be Like Me,” an rallying cry about chasing dreams with electric pop undertones that are equal parts dark and powerful.
Tonight, the Love Ran Red Foundation will host its Beer, Wine, & Swine benefit for adults with autism and developmental disabilities at 5047 Hamilton Blvd. in Wescosville, PA. For $20, patrons will enjoy barbecue, craft beer, local wines and, of course, live music.
One of the musicians performing, contemporary Christian artist Daimon Price, will perform on the benefit with his 16-year-old son, Jareth, supporting a cause that hits close to home. The below piece are Daimon’s own words about the importance of using music to support a cause.
As previously announced, we have plans in place to move our base operations to Nashville this winter. This has prompted questions about the future of our events – namely, the Lehigh Valley Underground First Friday Concert Series, which takes place in South Bethlehem every month in conjunction with SouthSide Arts District.
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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New York City’s Blood Blush have released their debut EP, “Trust,” a four-track offering of new-wave inspired post-punk with a gothic twist, coated with a generous helping of hazy, reverb-heavy ambiance.
As announced yesterday, our goal is to connect the world’s many talented independent musicians to their peers and to the industry. What’s one way to do that?
Put them on a playlist together, 20 at a time!
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).
Sometimes, the chase doesn’t always lead us where we would prefer.
Increasingly intense rains on an unseasonably warm November evening were no match for the music in South Bethlehem on Friday night.