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AWOLNATION // Live @ The Fillmore // 2.23.18

Article and Photos by: Bob Linneman   Philadelphia, PA – "Let's Start The Magic!"  I'm sure the crowd that filled East Allen street wasn't expecting a workout tonight, or maybe they were?  The indie-alternative-electro-dance-rock band AWOLNATION sold out The Fillmore and put on a mind-blowing performance. The evening began with two rising star

Neck Deep // Live @ Center Stage // 1.26.18

Article and Photos by: Andrea Chvatal   Atlanta, GA – Neck Deep and friends made a stop at Center Stage on their The Peace and The Panic tour. To kick off the festivities, Speak Low If You Speak Love brought their contrasting indie rock vibes mixed with catchy "pop" lyrics to get the crowd moving

Radio8Ball – A Pop Oracle Experience

Article and Photos by: Turhan Troy Caylak   There are a lot of podcasts out there, folks. And separating the good ones from the “yawners," (or those two or three drunk dudes/dudettes spewing what they think would be of interest to their limited-to-no audience), can be a tedious venture, because there are

Belmont // Live @ Live On Elgin // 01.07.18

Photos and Article by: Adrienne Row - Smith   Ottawa, Ontario – Live On Elgin was packed for Belmont, despite the snow apocalypse. The band was supported on their first Canadian tour by Parkside, Nightwell, The Great Diversion and Fast Asleep. Up first for the evening were locals Fast Asleep. The band started


  Bloody Death Skull delights in the absurd. Conceptualized by writer Daiana Feuer around her electric ukulele, BDS incorporates whatever toys and instruments available to spawn a surreal symphony with an irreverent spirit rooted in early pop, soul, and punk, but not bound by any genre. It's no surprise to find