Here are all of the artists to watch this month:
Dua Saleh - pretty kitten
The Tissues - Formation 99
Sonic Fuzz - Cool Blue
Hey Cowboy! - Try...Die
Gouge Away - "Consider"
Ultra Major - "Disaster"
Sorry - More
Velvet Negroni - Baguette
Oliv Blu, Brittney Carter - Fall 4 You
Hayes Peebles - "When I Find My Love"
Mopac - "Rose Gold"
Elkin - Win Win
The goal of New Digs is to celebrate and elevate great new music, more often of the indenpedent variety.
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We’re counting down our favorites of the decade! and kicking it off with our Top 100 New Voices.
The 2010s have been such an incredible decade. One of great change and growth in music and culture. Indie exploded and expanded into so many facets it’s nearly intangible, and we’ve thankfully gained impactful lyrical artists like Childish Gambino, Tame Impala, and Kacey Musgraves, for example, to refresh the perspective. I really feel like we’re doing the damn thing, you guys. Can’t wait to hear what’s next for music and society as a whole moving forward. Heavy… anyway!
Here’s a round up and playlist of all of the shows we’re excited about this month!
– Eric B. & Ramin 8/1 @ Ford Amphitheater at Coney Island Boardwalk (Brooklyn) http://tiny.cc/y5zhaz
– 70s Soul Jam 8/2 @ The Mann Center (Philly) https://bit.ly/2LGojnW
– Nore Davis 8/3 @ Good Good Comedy Theater (Philly) http://tiny.cc/uggx8y
– Alice In Chains, Korn, Underoath! 8/3 @ BBT Pavilion (Philly) https://bit.ly/2T2k1dx
– Theivery Corporation 8/9 @ Bottle & Cork (DE) http://tiny.cc/mex58y
– Spoon 8/21 @ BBT Pavilion (Philly) https://livemu.sc/2V6RiRx
– Tame Impala 8/23 @ The Mann Center (Philly) https://bit.ly/2VnvoJt
– Ari Lennox, St. Beauty, Tiffany Gouche 8/24 @ TLA (Philly) https://livemu.sc/2JmmJWf
– Surfer Blood 8/31 @ Dogfish Head Brewing and Eats (DE) http://tiny.cc/n2w58y
“Adam / U.S.A. (Director: Rhys Ernst, Screenwriter: Ariel Schrag, Producers: Howard Gertler, James Schamus) — Awkward teenager Adam arrives to spend his final high school summer with his older sister, who has thrown herself into New York City’s lesbian and trans activist scene. Over the summer, Adam and those around him experience love, friendship, and attendant hard truths in this coming-of-age comedy. Cast: Nicholas Alexander, India Menuez, Leo Sheng, Chloe Levine, Margaret Qualley. World Premiere” source: Sundance.org