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Hop Along at the Rex Theater
Solid Sound Fest 2019
There’s nothing else like it.
Foxwarren at Johnny Brenda’s
Andy Shauf and co. very gently rock Philly.
Faye Webster at Johnny Brenda’s
An Atlanta Braves fan in Philly.
Father John Misty at the Met Philadelphia
Father John Misty plays Philadelphia’s newest Theater.
The National and Courtney Barnett at the Mann Center
Two of the biggest acts in indie rock at Philly’s prettiest venue.
Local Natives at Union Transfer
Local Natives rock Philly.
Solid Sound 2019 Preview
Kevin Morby at Union Transfer
Kevin Morby and the OMG band roll through Philadelphia’s Union Transfer.
The National at Union Transfer
The National stopped by Philly’s Union Transfer for a super special show prior to the release of their new album ‘I Am Easy to Find.’ They played a super special sneak peak of the new songs, as well as a healthy dose of the hits. Philadelphia indie fans will be forever grateful.
Strand of Oaks at Union Transfer 2019
Strand of Oaks stops by Philadelphia’s Union Transfer for a rippin’ hometown show to wrap up his U.S. tour.
Lucy Dacus at The Black Cat
Lucy Dacus and her stellar band proved once again why they are one of the best live acts in indie rock.
Kurt Vile at 9:30 Club
Philadelphia’s Kurt Vile brought his catalog of beloved hits to DC’s iconic 9:30 Club.
Andy Shauf at PHILAmoca
Andy Shauf brought his haunting songs to Philly for an intimate, stripped-down show.
THE NATIONAL at THE MANN CENTER
Beloved indie rockers The National stopped by Philadelphia’s supremely pleasant Mann Center on a fittingly gloomy fall evening.
Kevin Morby live at The Ottobar
Kevin Morby and his supremely tight band (Hand Habits Meg, Nick, Cyrus & Oliver) came to the local Ottobar in Baltimore, MD to play his lovely and inspired City Music for a truly moving set. This reviewer happens to think that the KM Band puts on best Rock & Roll show that there is, so if they’re stopping by your town, you are probably going to want to check it out.
Yo La Tengo at the 9:30 Club
New Jersey indie icons Yo La Tengo, on tour in support of their new album “There’s a Riot Going On,” stopped by the 9:30 club for a mesmerizing, career-spanning set.
Nap Eyes Play DC9
Sensible Canadian folks Nap Eyes stopped by DC9 with their new album of very hot bangers, “I’m Bad Now,” for a super fun and energetic show. As Nap Eyes fan Marc Maron would say, do it up!
The National at The Anthem
Indie rock giants, The National, stopped by DC’s biggest room, The Anthem, to play All The Hits.
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