The War on Drugs

  • Catch Up With Alvvays, 11/12 at Franklin Music Hall

    Canadian indie poppers Alvvays have described their latest single, “After The Earthquake” – inspired by Haruki Murakami’s After the Quake – as, “a rapid fire recital of drive-thru breakdown, tectonic breakup and boyfriend in a coma brake failure.”  The track is off of the band’s third LP, Blue Rev, released...
  • Indigo De Souza: “Things always have been changing and always are changing.” (1/30 at UT)

    Last September Asheville-based indie rock singer/songwriter Indigo De Souza played a sold-out show at Eraserhood’s exceptionally intimate PhilaMOCA.  However, she’s already returning to David Lynch’s former neighborhood, this time to play across the street, at the much larger Union Transfer on Sunday, January 30th.  But, during a recent phone...
  • Michaela Anne On Growing Up (Wed. at MilkBoy)

    Although the touring season is basically done, there are still a handful of shows set for the City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection before the official start of this holiday season that I would recommend checking out.  Perhaps most-worth checking out is Nashville-based Americana songstress Michaela Anne, who...