Tuesday, February 26, 2013

RAW Natural Born Artists: Discovery

This Thursday, February 28th, RAW Natural Born Artists brings us another installment of their event series, this time titled "Discovery" where 30+ RAW artists will be sharing their visual art, runway, live bands, and film. Need more reasons to attend? Dayseam and The Quelle Source are on the list of artists to perform for you that night!

There's also another huge reason why you won't want to miss this night. Boyd Tinsley from the Dave Matthews Band will be screening his film "Faces in the Mirror" followed by a live performance. Philly RAW Artists never fails to put together a wonderful night focused on the talented artists of Philly and I have a feeling you won't want to miss this one!

When: February 28th, [8:00 PM to 12:00 AM]
Where: Lit Ultra Bar [460 N. 2nd Street, Philadelphia]
Details: 21+, fashionable attire. Tickets $15 online, $20 at the door.

Lauren Resnick

Friday, February 22, 2013

Dynasty Electric on Break Thru Radio

Dynasty Electric stopped by Break Thru Radio in NYC for their BTR Live Studio Series to talk about their new remix project, time on the road, and play a few songs. Here you can catch them chat a little bit and play their single "Golden Arrows".

Lauren Resnick

Loveskills New Release "Multiplicity"

I’ve got another new release from No Shame for you Philly! This time from NY artist, Loveskills, who celebrated his debut EP release “Multiplicity” last week. The blend of therapeutic synth, low-fi bass, and vocals makes for a solid EP that is sure to garner some attention for it's easy feel and strong songwriting.

With the new release came a new video for his second single “Flash in the Dark”!

Also, check out the fist single, "Cover Me".

“Multiplicity” is available on:

Lauren Resnick

Thursday, February 14, 2013

Monster Entertainment Presents at Milkboy Philly 2/9/13

A big thanks to all that came out to Milkboy this past Saturday for Shorty Boy Boy, The Quelle Source and Seamus Browning! In case you missed it, you're in luck- Check out a few photo's below.

Seamus Browning kicked off the night with a good bunch of songs, each blending an appealing combination of alternative and indie rock.

Seamus Browning

Next up, The Quelle Source debuted two new songs cryptically titled "Creepy Surf Song" and "Kevin Newer Song".

The Quelle Source just sellin' some merch.. Which you can purchase HERE.


Finally, Shorty Boy Boy closed out the show with one hell of a fun, high-energy performance. 

The climax was near when frontman, Joshua Pannepacker, hopped off stage and got cozy right on the floor in his sleeping bag and pillow. 

Keep an eye on our calendar for more upcoming events from some great local artists!

Alexis Canary

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Kickstart the Great SOCIO

What would happen if a member from The Doors, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Cake and Incubus all got together and decided to form a band? Well… besides my brain exploding, the general result would probably sound something like the Great SOCIO. Based out of Philadelphia, these guys are well on their way to defining a new genre of music they like to call Groove Rock. With just four members, the Great SOCIO commands a well-rounded arsenal of instruments, except a guitar. Surprisingly, it’s not missed! These guys rhythmically wield the trumpet, piano, synth, bass, drums and vocals to create one hell of a Rock and Roll sound.

They’re also on quite an ambitious (but achievable) Kickstarter mission to raise $6,500. All funds will go toward touring and recording costs for their new EP, “Modern Grip”. If you have an extra $5 (or $50,... or $500) in your bank account,  the band is offering some pretty sweet rewards for your efforts, such as a backyard BBQ party and a one-on-one basketball game.

Still need a little more of a push to pull from your piggy bank? Come see what The Great SOCIO is all about TONIGHT at the Legendary Dobbs on 3rd and South St! 

Alexis Canary

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Seasick Mama "Quit Your Job"

Seasick Mama just released their new single off of their debut EP "Dead Like Money" that's due out February 19th through No Shame. "Quit Your Job" is the kind of track that you can't help but feel good when you listen to it. Maybe it's because I'm about to graduate college and the concept of being free is stuck in my mind, but I quickly became obsessed with this song off of the first listen. It's catchy and the music feels free like the lyrics. Not to mention the video is amazing. Director Russ Roe did an unbelievable job capturing the feel of the song and selecting the perfect imagery that I was as immediately hooked on the video as I was on the song. I better get back to playing this on repeat so I hope you enjoy it as much as I do! And check out Seasick Mama on Facebook and Twitter!

Lauren Resnick


Hey friends in Brooklyn and the surrounding areas-- BLAQBOOK is having their second hip hop showcase at Spike Hill and it looks like it's about to be huge. Find out more info below or check out their event here.

-Profound Aesthetic

-Nice Hair

-ALE Studios


$5 Cover/ FREE if you arrive before 8pm.

DOORS OPEN AT 6:30PM. DJs start playing music at 7pm.

Buy tickets online: www.spikehillmusic.com/event/216449-blaqbook-friday-night-mics-brooklyn/



8-8:20 - rockboddom/Mr.Benjaminic
(Camden, NJ)

8:25-8:55 - Nicoroc(split)

Frankie Blanco(split)
(Miami, FL)

9:00-9:30-Hefna Gwap(split set)
(East Palo Alto, ca)

Aaron Cohen/Jonagrizz(split set)
(Seattle, Washington)

9:35-10:00 - Jonifin Marvin
(Philadelphia, PA)

10:10-10:30 - Triple Double
(Queens, NYC)

(Philadelphia, PA)

11:15-11:40 - DXA
(New York City)

11:50 - 12:20 - New Black Mob
(Camden, NJ)

12:30AM -Billy Bang
(Lefrack City, NYC)


-Cerebral Cortex and Mast 9 Your Imaginary Friends(May have to go on tour with Break Science. So this is pending.)



-DJ Jerk Chicken

-DJ Laytonic

-Face Lucchese

-DR. Fiskars

The 17th Annual Millennium Music Conference