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Indie Rock


3 guys, music and ties...kinda like 5 Guys Burgers and Fries...except these 3 guys can all sing...really well! Xprime are a pop rock outfit from Niagara Falls. They've been making a decent buzz around here since the release of their latest album "PM". Not only are these guys extremely proficient at their individual instruments they can all sing and harmonize together damn near perfectly. It's very impressive to see them pull off their 3 part harmonies live. Their tunes will make you wanna dance and that's a fact. Listen to "Dance Tonight" from their album "PM" and go see Xprime live on Thursday March 24th at Adelaide Hall. - Kris Gies 



Dam Gila "The Undertow"

Dam Gila (aka Adam Gil of YAWN) has released a video for his new track "The Undertow". The track comes from his new EP, Face The Fun which will be released by Joyful Noise on April 1st.

New Track: "Love Buzz" (Nirvana Cover) - Circa Survive

Punk/metal label Robotic Empire has honored Nirvana the last couple of years by releasing a tribute album on Record Store Day. In the past, the record label has tackled classics In Utero and Nevermind, and this year, it has brought us Doused in Mud, Soaked in Bleach, with some of its favorite artists like Beach Slang and Young Widows taking on Nirvana's debut record, Bleached. Below is the first sampling from the upcoming release; Circa Survive sharing their explosive cover of "Love Buzz".

New Track: "Diamond Marrow" - Sing, Bird of Prey

Sing, Bird of Prey masterfully takes us back in time with the band's new track, "Diamond Marrow." The wonderfully-crafted psych-pop/rock ditty is the first single off the group's upcoming LP, and it originally appeared on the Seagreen Records compilation Singles on Valentine's Day 2016 earlier this year. Sing, Bird of Prey's full-length album was recorded and produced by Kyle Pulley at Headroom Philadelphia.

Rosu Lup Album Release Show at JB's March 20

What began through a Craigslist meet-up between Jonathan Stewart and Josh Marsh has resulted in the creation and celebration of their recently released debut album, Is Anything Real. Tonight, Rosu Lup will be anchoring a Philly-forward show at Johnny Brenda’s after the band took the new album on the road, performing the atmospheric indie-folk tracks from the group's latest effort. The tone of their music shifts from soaring Tom Petty stadium-style rock to blooming, wandering folk with lush arrangements that recall The Acorn and Lord Huron. Jonathan Stewart has a gentle, pleasing voice that, at times, sounds more than just a little like Adam Granduciel from The War On Drugs; not that being reminiscent of one of Philly’s biggest musical exports is a bad thing. Longtime Deli favorites, Levee Drivers, led by the grinding and gritty voiced August John Lutz II, will be warming up the crowd this evening. Rounding out the show is Hemming, the acoustic project of singer-songwriter Candice Martello, who we know from the rollicking and too short-lived project Omar, with drummer/manager Nick Fanelli. Johnny Brenda’s, 1201 Frankford Ave., 8pm, $10, 21+ - Adam G.


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