I had the pleasure of chatting with singer/songwriter and full time student Meg Short, who recently released her debut album White Flag. Singer, songwriter, pianist – and also a trombonist, Meg truly does it all when it comes to her music. In today’s Person of Interest interview, we learn about Meg’s songwriting process, the inspiration…… Continue reading Person of Interest – Meg Short Music
Today on the blog, we’re checking out another awesome Philly-based band! Siravo, the Philadelphia-based band with New Jersey roots, combines aggressive hard rock with meaningful melodies, creating a familiar yet unique sound. Their signature blaring guitars, pounding drum beats, and soaring vocals strike an emotional chord within the listener. Siravo’s mission is simple: to create music…… Continue reading Philly’s Siravo: Ten years on and still making waves
Hi guys! So I suppose now it is officially music festival season, especially with Coachella being this weekend. While I’ve only been to just two music festivals (and I highly encourage anyone and everyone to attend Firefly), I feel like I have a good idea of what festival life is like. It’s dirty, sweaty, and so…… Continue reading (Honestly) Dressing for a Music Festival Without Breaking the Bank
‘Tis the season for music festivals! Last year, I wrote about my Firefly Music Festival experience, which was my first music festival. When I decided to return to the Firefly woodlands for round two this summer, I wondered if my experience be drastically different, now that I had a good idea of what to expect. Last year,…… Continue reading Firefly Music Festival: Round Two
Imagine relaxing on a hammock, ice cream cone in hand with multi-colored lights surrounding you, all while you enjoy the view of ships docking in a harbor. Welcome to Spruce Street Harbor Park, the latest (and free) summer attraction in Philadelphia. Practically every Philadelphian and Philly-suburbian knows about Spruce Street Harbor since it opened last year,…… Continue reading What’s On Philadelphia: Spruce Street Harbor Park
Meet Betty Who, your new favorite pop queen. Her music has the ability to make you feel like you’ve gone back in time to an 80s dance party, while simultaneously will tugging at your heartstrings. This classically trained cellist from Australia is the next big thing in music, and I can’t get enough of her songs. I’m such a fan, that my photo…… Continue reading Person of Interest: Betty Who
If I could, I would link The 1975’s website and social media accounts to this post in case you weren’t familiar with them, but unfortunately I can’t. Because they’ve all been deactivated. Twitter was in a frenzy yesterday when the British rockers posted a cryptic comic strip, insinuating that The 1975 is “gone.” Shortly after, all…… Continue reading What’s Up With The 1975?