Amy Gerhartz’s forthcoming album, “Hold On,” is scheduled for release in early 2019. If it’s anything like her 2017 release, “Fire,” you’re in for a real treat.
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Summer is decidedly over in the Northeast, but it’s always warm in Los Angeles, the backdrop chosen by New York-based, Philly-bred Flounder Warehouse for their brand-new video, “Better Now.”
Philly-based indie rockers Ceramic Animal are no strangers to the Lehigh Valley or Musikfest. The foursome will perform at their fourth Musikfest this year, with three performances (and a main stage opening slot for Kesha) on tap.
We caught up with the guys, to get a veteran perspective on the nation’s largest free outdoor music festival.
We’re back with another edition of the New Release Radar, highlighting the new music you need to know about in the Lehigh Valley — and occasionally beyond.
The magic in the #LVUMagicSummer continues this week, with an open opportunity to “Jam” at a festival after hearing two of the region’s brightest young pop acts.
More information can be found on that and other…
Can’t-Miss Shows of the Week!
New Jersey-based rock-trio Best Hit TV announced their debut full-length album titled Being Emotionally Manipulative isn’t Very Punk Rock of You, which is set for release on July 20. The announcement came on with the release of their song “Part of Me” as a preview single. Recorded in their Newark rehearsal space, the album will follow two previous EP releases and a string of shows across New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New York.
Earlier this year, Neil Grover released “Politics,” a single from his then-forthcoming “Whoa” EP, as an outlet to the anger we all feel in situations that require us to keep a level head and a straight face.
What are most Philadelphia DIY shows like? They are a place for making friends. That is the story of Marcelyn and A Day Without Love (ADWL). Both Penn State Alumni with differing musical backgrounds, the stories of both of these Philadelphia based songwriters will be shared across the New England area.
Pool Radio, the synth pop trio who split their time between Philly and the Lehigh Valley, recently released “Cool Enough,” an early sample of what to expect on the band’s upcoming album.
Much of Elaine Rasnake’s earlier recordings are characterized by the merging of both acoustic folk and sampled electronic influences.