bedroom pop

  • Something Old, New, Borrowed, and Blue: 4 Reasons to See Soccer Mommy 11/11 at Franklin Music Hall

    This Friday, November 11th, 25-year-old Nashville indie rock singer/songwriter Sophie Allison – better known as Soccer Mommy — returns to Philadelphia to play Franklin Music Hall, her biggest headlining show in the City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection yet, as part of her Touring, Forever trek.  The tour...
  • mxmtoon w/ Chloe Moriondo, One Night on South Street (6/5 at TLA)

    This Sunday, June 5th, the City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection will have its live debut of two of 2022’s best releases when bedroom pop stars mxmtoon and Chloe Moriondo play Theatre of Living Arts.  Headlining the evening is mxmtoon, who’s touring behind her second studio album, rising,...
  • Jordana: “I’m guessing it’ll be a nice, chill indie rock night…” (6/3 at JB’s)

    “I’m really excited to play Firefly.  I’ve never played a festival before,” says Jordana Nye (better known as simply Jordana), the bedroom-pop-star-turning-legit-alt-pop-sensation behind “I Guess This Is Life” (which has more than a million streams on Spotify).  Just yesterday the singer/songwriter released her debut LP, Face The Wall, courtesy...
  • May Rio on “Stay[ing] open, and a little bit confused.”

    Earlier this week May Rio (of Poppies) released a music video for “Reservations,” a morosely quirky ballad about being smitten with a recovering junkie.  The video, directed by Michael Jenson, was rendered on Mario Paint and edited on VCRs.  The audiovisual combo is a poignant reminder of the early-mid...