The Met Philly

  • Bauhaus Albums Ranked (9/10 at The Met)

    Next month the founders and all-time champions of goth rock, Bauhaus, will be playing their first show in the City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection in 24 years.  Although we have seen the band’s individual members quite a few times in that period, both solo and in various...
  • Saleka Takes Her Philly-Made Sounds on the Road (8/16 at The Met w/ GIVĒON)

    Over the course of the past year the City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection (along with the internet) has found a profound amount of love and affection for R&B artist Saleka.  And the local singer/songwriter is literally about to take her show on the road as the opening...
  • The Cult’s Under The Midnight Sun and 5 More LPs to Get You Excited For 7/22 at The Met

    Today English post-punks-turned-hard-rock-legends The Cult announced their 11th studio album, Under The Midnight Sun, set to drop on October 7th, courtesy of Black Hill Records.  The album has co-founders Ian Astbury (vocals) and Billy Duffy (guitar) joining producer Tom Dalgety — known for his work with Pixies, Ghost, and...
  • Sierra Ferrell, A Night at the Opera

    This past Wednesday, June 1st, folk rocker Ray LaMontagne brought his Monovision Tour to the Metropolitan Opera House of Philadelphia, where he treated fans to 9 of the 10 songs of his Monovision LP, in addition to a number of fan favorites, from the stage of our city’s most...
  • A Night at the Opera with Courtney Barnett (2/4 at The Met)

    Although Courtney Barnett is far from shedding her punk influences (which include Iggy Pop, Sonic Youth, and Bikini Kill), her third album, 2021’s Things Take Time, Take Time, showcases the Australian indie rock singer/songwriter’s most intimate and vulnerable offerings yet.  And with that, comes the artist’s biggest and fanciest...