Want to know what’s great about this edition of the New Release Radar? It’s stacked with plenty of brand new music, and includes a little something for any taste.
Tag Archives: indie rock
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.”
Kayla Avitabile does it again, with a truly enjoyable three-song EP.
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.
After taking a brief summer vacation, the Sounds of the Underground will ring out once again this fall — in a brand new location!
Our Out to Lunch Concert Series, presented in conjunction with SouthSide Arts District, continued to roll through July with one of the region’s brightest young stars.
Philly-based alt-rockers Sonnder announced a few months back that they would be going their separate ways. However, it would not be before providing one final parting shot for their fans.
Stoney Run Group’s self-titled album, released in October 2017, has a definite 70s vibe with a few twists, for a sound that can be described as psychedelic indie rock. There a some hints of reggae (“All the Reasons”), jazz (“Only Waiting For You”) and blues (“Red Car”). You can hear the influence of jam bands like Little Feat, The Grateful Dead, and Phish, without the long, drawn-out 20 minute delivery of a 5-minute song which is often pretty cool live, but not necessarily ideal listening in the recorded version.
We’ve teamed up with South Bethlehem’s Color Me Mine Lehigh Valley on quite a few music events over the past year. Some have, of course, been a part of our First Friday Concert Series, while we’ve also worked together to host performances during SouthSide Arts & Music Festival and other independent ventures.
On Saturday, August 25, we’ll be back at it again!
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.