Gallery: Philly-bred folk-rockers Mt. Joy kick off the semester at Majestic

By Morgan Winston, Staff Photographer Our favorite Philly-bred folk rockers Mt. Joy opened up the semester’s amazing lineup of live shows last Saturday night. The band played to a nearly sold-out crowd at Majestic Theatre, marking their second appearance at the venue. Their set made it hard to believe that the band was ever an opener. Songs like “Sheep” and “Jenny Jenkins” remain hard-hitting crowd … Continue reading Gallery: Philly-bred folk-rockers Mt. Joy kick off the semester at Majestic

Gallery: Car Seat Headrest Is A Genuine Lo-Fi Pop Band

By Matt Weinberger, Photo Editor What do drunk drivers and killer whales have in common? Teens Of Denial of course. The Majestic Theatre was packed with sweaty, excited fans of the nearly-iconic but not-quite-legendary Seattle-based lo-fi pop sensation that is Car Seat Headrest. The show opened with a powerful set played by the indie rock trio Naked Giants, who then joined Car Seat Headrest to jam … Continue reading Gallery: Car Seat Headrest Is A Genuine Lo-Fi Pop Band

Bryce Vine brings high school nostalgia to Liquid

By Bailey Owens, Staff Writer Imagine the first school dance you ever attended. It probably happened sometime during middle or high school. Imagine your peers gathered in a dimly lit room where the main dance moves consist exclusively of fist pumping and vertical jumping. Now, keep that image in your head, but instead of a school dance, you find yourself at Liquid. The floorplan helped … Continue reading Bryce Vine brings high school nostalgia to Liquid

Gallery: Jay Som sweetly charms the Music Hall of Williamsburg

By Geordon Wollner, Contributing Writer There’s no denying the work Jay Som has been putting in. After finishing a tour of Europe in June, joining the second half of the Paramore and Foster the People North American tour in July, taking on headline shows in Iowa, Texas, and Arizona, and joining the Panorama music festival lineup, Jay Som (Melina Duterte) and company closed out their … Continue reading Gallery: Jay Som sweetly charms the Music Hall of Williamsburg

Pitchfork Fest 2018: Headliners put on spectacles while side acts shine the brightest at Union Park

By Mercy Xiong, Staff Writer Chicago hosted Pitchfork Music Festival for the 13th year in a row. The mediocre weather that left the whole weekend in a cloudy, mopey haze didn’t stop the thousands of festival attendees from gathering in Union Park. With over 40 acts playing between three stages within three days, Pitchfork managed to highlight some of Chicago’s brightest talents from Paul Cherry … Continue reading Pitchfork Fest 2018: Headliners put on spectacles while side acts shine the brightest at Union Park