Artist Interviews & Music

An interview with Grammy-nominated singer Seth Glier

“The music of Seth Glier veers towards being indefinable.” – Paste Magazine Grammy-nominated artist Seth Glier is a singer-songwriter, producer, and multi instrumentalist – and he’s our interviewee today as we continue to spotlight independent musicians. NPR describes his voice as “otherworldly” while praising him as “an engaging performer and storyteller.” His critically acclaimed, emotionally dense catalog of work…… Continue reading An interview with Grammy-nominated singer Seth Glier

Artist Interviews & Music

“Bonehead” by Philly band Bazmati Vice out now

Bazmati Vice is a Philly band with a fluid lineup, active in the city since 2017 but formed back in 2013. Comprised of Chris Jackowski, John Kerber, Flower Lynx, Ari Michaels, and Eric Proctor, Bazmati Vice has performed for years in the Philadelphia area, including shows at The Ardmore Music Hall, Milkboy, Bourbon and Branch…… Continue reading “Bonehead” by Philly band Bazmati Vice out now

Artist Interviews & Music

An Interview with London Musician Samuel Jack

London-born Samuel Jack brings a fresh and distinct sound through his passionate, storytelling lyrics and velvety vocals, resulting in a compelling delivery. Jack spent much of his childhood soaking in the vibrant tones of blues, Motown, soul and roots music, which to this date play a big role in his songwriting. Combining the music of…… Continue reading An Interview with London Musician Samuel Jack

Artist Interviews & Music

Getting Funky with Cherry Parke

Let’s go back in time, to when things were more psychedelic…. I interviewed Will Wiggins of Cherry Parke, a Philly-based modern indie psych pop project influenced by ELO and Van Dyke Parks. Their music and single art very much evokes a time of plaid bellbottoms, go-go boots, and synthesizers. Their songs Captain Bullseye and All Around…… Continue reading Getting Funky with Cherry Parke

What's on Philadelphia

Social Distancing Guide – Philly Edition

It feels strange creating and working on content right now. But it’s all I want to consume (and put my energy into) right now. Thus today’s blog post. I’ve compiled a selection of Philly shops, creators, and more to hopefully entertain you while we’re living like Elsa in our kingdoms of isolation. I’m not sure…… Continue reading Social Distancing Guide – Philly Edition

Musings · Style

Announcing a Positive Publicity Collaboration with Fite Fashion

Owning a custom, one-of-a-kind dress is something I’ve always dreamed about. Nay, fantasized about. How extravagant would it be to roll-up to an event, and when someone asks where your outfit is from, you can reply “Oh, it’s custom”. OK maybe I’ve been watching too much Real Housewives (there’s no such thing as too much),…… Continue reading Announcing a Positive Publicity Collaboration with Fite Fashion

Musings

An Interview with Frames

“I’m one degree of separation from you baby, don’t be patient. Say my name,” Cries out lead singer and guitarist Sarah Phung of Richmond-based band Frames in Stay. The debut EP, Cursed, is a short and sweet selection of songs written about fleeting crushes and broken relationships. The band is signed to Philadelphia-based independent record…… Continue reading An Interview with Frames

Person of Interest & FemFocused Interviews

FemFocused: Amanda Piccirilli-Hall of Ainsley’s Angels of America

Photo courtesy of Philly Magazine Positive Publicity readers, please welcome an especially special person to the blog. Introducing 2019’s Be Well Philly Health Hero Challenge Winner, Amanda Piccirilli-Hall. After months of hard work and thousands of votes, Amanda was awarded this title and gifted $15,000 from Philly Mag and Independence Blue Cross for the charity…… Continue reading FemFocused: Amanda Piccirilli-Hall of Ainsley’s Angels of America

Musings

finding confidence in your work.

There was a time I was quite frankly embarrassed to say that I ran a “Philly lifestyle blog” when meeting new people. At the time it seemed silly; I felt childish promoting my lil blog. “Ugh, another wannabe ~influencer~,” I would imagine people were thinking when I mentioned Positive Publicity. This was my own insecurity…… Continue reading finding confidence in your work.