Category Archives: Concert Previews

JazzFestPreview: Center City Jazz Festival returns this Saturday


Julian Booker highlights the best of this year’s lineup.

We Are ScientistsPreview: We Are Scientists @ The Boot & Saddle


Matthew Shaver previews We Are Scientists two-night stand in South Philly with PAWS.

Black StarsPreview: Black Stars top Broad Street Music Group’s local showcase @ Milkboy


Wendy McCardle previews tomorrow night’s show.

Wild ChildPreview: Wild Child @ Johnny Brenda’s


Playing tonight with Tall Heights in support of their sophomore LP, The Runaround.

Dave Hause photo by Jen MalerPreview: Dave Hause @ World Cafe Live


The Loved Ones’ frontman prepares to finish off Devour tour with hometown show.

CombichristPreview: Combichrist @ Theatre of the Living Arts


Elizabeth Thorpe previews Combichrist’s show in support of new album, We Love You.

eisleyPreview: Eisley @ The Boot & Saddle


Wendy McCardle previews this Saturday’s Eisley show in South Philly, which is soon to sell out.

Future IslandsFive shows you should not miss in April


Indie-rock of all kinds highlight a solid month of live music in a warming Philadelphia.

Jukebox the GhostPreview: Jukebox the Ghost will play “tasteless” covers @ World Cafe Live


Playing a set of originals and one of covers on April Fools’ Day.

The AtarisPreview: The Ataris performing So Long, Astoria @ TLA


Matthew Shaver previews this Thursday’s show.

OLDERMOST Press PhotoPreview: Oldermost album release show @ Johnny Brenda’s


This Saturday to celebrate I Live Here Now.

Ellie GouldingPreview: Ellie Goulding @ Liacouras Center


Wendy McCardle previews this Friday’s show at Temple behind Halcyon Days.

the orwellsPreview: The Orwells @ First Unitarian Church


Chicago-based indie-rockers, just out of high school, come to town riding a wave of acclaim.

KONGTJ Kong & the Atomic Bomb releasing new EP tomorrow, playing Kung Fu Necktie tonight


Tour kickoff show at KFN with Purples and Ron Gallo.

Arcade FireFive shows in March that you should not miss


The world’s biggest indie-rock band, the newest pop star, a band on the verge of indie stardom, & more.