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Hollow Tapes

Hollow Tapes (formerly Groves) is the lo-fi work of Francis Shannon. He is releasing his latest EP, Tall, this Friday. The EP is well-crafted jangly-pop and shows a lot of promise leading into the LP that Shannon is currently working on.





New Thin Lips LP Available for Streaming

The highly energetic, rumbling, emotive anthems of quartet Thin Lips will release its debut album Riff Hard via Lame-O Records on May 20, and is available for streaming now over at SPIN. Packing a riff-fueled punch and combating that with a sensitive narrative skin, the band converts internal pensiveness into outward power. Catch their record release show this Friday at Everybody Hits with Casey Magic, Pine Barons, Lowercase Roses and Pure Pop!





New The Ghost In You Album Available for Streaming & Purchase

The Ghost in You aka Billy Polard recently released his third full-length album, Heaven Help Us. The album digs in deep pulling a guttural melancholy to the surface. That eerie heart-aching theme persists in those bare acoustic melodies, while a glimmer of hope dimly emerges.  Breathe it in, and let it linger. 





Souvenir Driver bring their space pop to the Know tonight

Souvenir Driver have that power to mentally transport you through dream like dimensions, with a sound supported by both a down tempo chill wave and a hardened, reverb heavy nod to alternative pop. Souvenir Driver have only been getting stronger and stronger with each release and with their new album due out soon, excitement is teeming with the possibilities of it being their greatest and most full sounding release yet.

They're playing tonight at the Know with rock duo Leading Psychics and Seattle's Vibragun. Tickets are $7 and music starts around 9pm, so if you've got some energy left after dancing about at the St. Johns Bizarre go check them out!





Radiator Hospital Returns at PhilaMOCA May 11

For the last handful of years, Radiator Hospital, a.k.a. Sam Cook-Parrott, has been consistently rockin' the Philly DIY scene’s socks. Cook-Parrott has struck a good musical balance between widely accessible power pop and raw DIY twee punk. His tone is breezy but serenely emotive, falling on the twee scale much closer to Teenage Fanclub’s broad, sweeping sound than the forceful, closed-chord tunes of Talulah Gosh. This evening at PhilaMOCA will be Radiator Hospital's first performance in Philly since November so don't miss out on his uniquely charming pop songs. He'll also finally have in tow copies of his split LP with Great Thunder, titled The Great Thunder Radiator Hospital Wedding Album. You can catch him sharing the bill tonight with Scotland’s The Spook School, a band with the effervescent energy to match Go Sailor, Bent Shapes, the even janglier version of The Feelies, and Littler, the little twee band with big guitars and bigger feelings. PhilaMOCA, 531 N. 12th St., 7pm, $5-$7, All Ages - Bryce Woodcock 

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