The Foundry at The Fillmore

  • Julia Wolf: “Just giving all the gory vibes whichever way I can!” (2/18 at The Foundry)

    Today indie-pop singer/songwriter Julia Wolf drops the music video for her latest single, “Rookie of the Year,” in addition to her debut LP, Good Thing We Stayed.  That name may sound familiar, if you were one of the few lucky enough to catch FLETCHER’s super sold-out, super intimate, and...
  • “For a bunch of agnostic heathens, we sure do get excited for the holidays.” (Stars at The Foundry, 12/10)

    Last December Montreal indie rock outfit Stars treated the City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection to a seasonal spectacular at World Café Live as part of their annual North American holiday shows.  The 24-song set included covers of Christmas classics by the likes of The Pretenders and The...
  • The Greeting Committee: “This most recent tour has been a signifier of bigger things.” (12/7 at The Foundry)

    The last time the City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection saw The Greeting Committee was just this February, when they headlined The Lounge at World Café Live after selling out the venue almost immediately.  However, the Kanas City indie rockers are already prepped for their return, when they...
  • Bartees Strange Goes Headliner (11/18 at The Foundry)

    Indie rock singer/songwriter Bartees Strange has already made a major splash in the City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection this year, with an April show supporting Car Seat Headrest at Franklin Music Hall and a September appearance at WXPN’s XPoNential Music Festival in Camden.  However, the DC-based musician...
  • Rare Americans’ James Priestner on Touring and Getting to Know Fans (10/9 at The Foundry)

    Word on the street (It’s actually from a quite reliable source.) is that tickets are running low for Rare Americans’ upcoming show this coming Sunday, October 9th, at The Foundry…  And, considering that their first-ever North American tour completely sold-out earlier this year, I might suggest getting them ASAP… ...
  • Wild Rivers on Their Year on the Road (10/5 at UT)

    A year ago, to the day, Canadian indie folk trio Wild Rivers graced the City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection with a sold-out show at The Foundry, shortly after recording their sophomore LP, Sidelines.  The album, which dropped this February on Nettwerk, was characterized by Wonderland as, “sure...
  • Flashing Back to 2016 with Julia Jacklin (10/11 at UT)

    This August Australian indie folk singer/songwriter Julia Jacklin released her third studio album, Pre Pleasure.  Building on the momentum of her 2016 debut, Don’t Let the Kids Win, and 2019’s Crushing, Pre Pleasure sounds to be the 8-time ARIA-nominated musician’s most intimate and unrestrained yet, and its critical acclaim...
  • Maude Latour asks, “what is this feeling?” 10/2 at The Foundry

    This coming Sunday, October 2nd, the City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection will once again have possibly their last chance to see an emerging pop icon from the intimacy of The Foundry when buzzyworthy alt-pop chanteuse Maude Latour brings her what is this feeling? tour to the 450-capacity...
  • Learn About Love with Laufey, 9/24 at The Foundry

    23-year-old LA-based/Iceland-bred singer, composer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Laufey is currently in the middle of a sold-out US headlining tour.  Last month saw the release of her debut LP, Everything I Know About Love, which Consequence of Sound described as, “a captivating symphony for the modern age,” and which V...