Brother, Sister is my favorite album from MeWithOutYou. Gonna be sick to see this album played in full at Union Transfer this summer:
Catch Fred Armisen’s “Comedy for Musicians But Everyone Is Welcome” live at White Eagle Hall on May 21st: https://bit.ly/2VU5mBG
Oh here come all of my waterworks. My absolutely ride is going on a solo tour for her latest release Petals for Armor!!
The first time I saw Paramore perform was in Hell at The Masquerade back in 2006 and never looked back. Miracle makes me sob. The Fake Happy hat I bought at the After Laughter tour has carried me through the last two years. Careful, Brighter. And every record, there’s the acoustic track a little past half way that rips you a fresh, new, more fortified heart.
It’s a lucky thing to have this lyricist as a part of our generation.
See Hayley play the Fillmore on June 18th in Philly: https://livemu.sc/2wCout8
p.s. here’s a video interview I co-filmed & edited for my local (and favorite and best ever!!) alternative radio station 99x Atlanta during my undergrad internship 😂🙏🏾 They speak sweetly on the importance of independent music shops, their influences within the scene, and the story behind That’s What You Get.
Here’s a roundup and playlist of all the local shows we’re excited about for March/April!
Nasty Cherry 3/5 @ Bowery Ballroom: https://bit.ly/2QKhhiJ
Black Thought & Wyatt Cenac 3/7 @ Wythe Hotel: https://bit.ly/2IbobrT
Best Coast 3/20 @ Union Transfer: https://bit.ly/2shyOVl
The Wonder Years 3/21 @ The Fillmore: https://livemu.sc/2sbLgWw
Third Eye Blind & Saves The Day 3/27 @ The Fillmore: https://bit.ly/2MwDJcj
Soccer Mommy 3/31 @ Union Transfer: http://tiny.cc/c9xkgz
Parquet Courts 4/5 @ The Ardmore Music Hall: https://bit.ly/2XQXLCH
Archers of Loaf 4/17 @ Underground Arts: https://bit.ly/37DIngb
Kurt Vile 4/20 & 4/21 @ World Cafe Live: https://bit.ly/2t3E7YP
Delta Spirit 4/22 @ World Cafe Live: https://bit.ly/35zmi1X
The Sounds 4/28 @ Rough Trade: https://bit.ly/2PAHuii
The Beths 4/29 @ Kung Fu Necktie: https://bit.ly/2DgF4Pb
Well, this should be throughly awesome. Catch a live taping of the Talkhouse podcast with Black Thought and Wyatt Cenac.
The Sounds are on tour, holy smokes. Living In America (2003) is an iconic record, one of my faves for sure – but I definitely have missed out since Dying to Say This To You (2006). So, can’t wait to hear what they have in store next. Catch the band live at Rough Trade in BK on 4/28.