Amber Bain, more commonly known as The Japanese House, has long been recognized for her unique electro-indie and nostalgic sound. She combines sentimental experiences, heart-wrenching lyrics, and a variety of alternative palettes to create music that is inherently one-of-a-kind. On November 1st, The Japanese House kicked off their tour in Philadelphia at Union Transfer. AsContinue reading “In the End It Always Does: The Japanese House In Philly”
Reigning from a small town in Missouri, rising pop icon Chappell Roan has proven that high hopes and a little glitter can take you anywhere. After losing her initial label and becoming an independent artist, Chappell decided to use a daunting situation as an opportunity to create an authentic project. She began dedicating all of herContinue reading “Chappell Roan Dazzles Philly with Midwest Princess Tour 10/14”
On September 30th, boygenius made a stop in Philadelphia while touring their debut album, The Record. Under a full moon, over 10,000 of us were able to share a heavenly night with the band. Boygenius is the creation of three incredibly gifted, incredibly sad, indie artists. Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers, and Lucy Dacus all shareContinue reading “boygenius: the tour”
Bittersweet Daze took four incredible artists and combined their talents to create the summer’s sweetest show. Check out our gallery featuring Cavetown, Mxmtoon, Ricky Montgomery, and Grentperez performing at The Mann Center in Philly. Photos by Erika Lyijynen. If reposting, tag @exrka and @almostfamouszine.
In a world full of indie bands and short attention spans, it takes a certain kind of song to captivate new audiences. Luckily, twentythreenineteen was able to do just that with their latest single, “Everything in Between.” Twentythreenineteen is a genre-blending, Philly-based band who released their debut EP back in 2018. Their authentic music wasContinue reading ““Everything in Between” and the Latest from Twentythreenineteen”
Writing songs about topics that some people aren’t even comfortable speaking about, Indigo De Souza’s intense vulnerability is just one thing that makes her music so unique. In her new album, All Of This Will End, Indigo shared a new side of herself that embraces the things she once feared. Her earnestness and empathyContinue reading “All Of This Will End: Indigo De Souza in Philly 5/23”
No band is able to share queer joy with their audiences quite like MUNA. Somehow managing to encapsulate the intense feelings that come with finding love and yourself in this mess of a life, the band has formed a discography and fan base that both prioritize the importance of being human. MUNA, who is comprised ofContinue reading “The Joy of MUNA: A Look Into the Life’s So Fun Tour”