Philly-based band New Alone have released their new single, “Sixteen,” an emotional, progressive jam that straddles the line between psych and grunge.
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Timoteo (Tim Gehring) is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from the Allentown area. His latest, “The Weight of the World,” was released on June 25, an is the most recent of several self-produced, self-recorded efforts from the one-man band, who records all of the instruments and vocals on the four-song EP.
Released: Nov. 11, 2017
Artist: The Pavement.
Album: Louisiana (Demo)
Released: Sept. 30, 2017
On this week’s episode of The Quinn Spinn, local folk-punk trio Alex Mery & The Townsmen sit down with The Quinn, named as the Number One Guy Who Likes Their Music, to chat about the band’s formation, current projects, and future plans.
We also have some riveting selections from other #GoodFriendsoftheShow, old and new!
Thanks to The Valley Ledger and Tuk Law Offices for their support.
PHOTOS: Psychoskunk, Adam Travis & The Soul, Roi and the Secret People, and Bohemian Mule at The Grape Room
What do you do when you find yourself out of town on a Saturday night, but you still want to cover a show?
I had that question answered for me this week. I knew that I was going to be in the Philly area this weekend for some personal life stuff. As I looked through my Facebook events, I noticed that our friends Roi and the Secret People had an upcoming show at The Grape Room in Manayunk.
From there, I knew I had plans.
This week’s episode of The Quinn Spinn, sponsored by The Valley Ledger and Tuk Law Offices, is all about Super Snake! The New Jersey five-piece released their new album, “Leap of Love,” on Valentine’s Day, and they tell us some interesting and wild stories about their creative process as we preview a couple tracks.
We keep the tunes pumping well into the fall with an all-new edition of The Quinn Spinn, sponsored by The Valley Ledger. On this show, we excitedly announce our participation in Acoustic Storytellers Night at American Spirits Roadhouse, featuring Brian Quinn from Candlebox (no relation).
Plus, some Stupid News, Somethin’ Good, and an update on what our #GoodFriendsoftheShow REVEL 9 are up to.
We #ThinkPink one more time in October 2016 with a spooktacular, new music edition of The Quinn Spinn, sponsored by The Valley Ledger. This episode features another great Factory Fast Records compilation, and tunes from artists local to us and around the world.
Plus, we feature some Stupid News with a hunger, and a once (or twice) in a lifetime edition of Somethin’ Good.
Episodes like this are what The Quinn Spinn is all about — featuring the best in independent music! Not only do we have an interview with Second Player Score about their upcoming album, “Nobody’s Hero,” but we have a world premiere track from our local friends, JingerKroa! Plus, Somethin’ Good hits home for us, as Jersey country music duo and #GoodFriendsoftheShow Spinn are heading to Nashville as Nash Next finalists. Hear the news and tunes that are fit to hear on today’s show, sponsored by The Valley Ledger!
REVEL 9 – All I’ve Become (Opening theme)
Rofo Audio – Baggage
Second Player Score – Deep
Second Player Score – Comets
The Perms – Lose Yourself
Jupiter in Velvet – Keep Your Eye on the Pearl
Norse Super Band – Vision Fades
The Thrones – New Way
Guns of the Seneca – Tell Them About the Frequency
Elemento Zero – Urgencia
Spinn – City Country
Midnight Mob – Swing On
Mesa Jane – Waking Up to the Sound of a Machine
JingerKroa – Wasted (World premiere)