HEY PHILADELPHIA. We’re going to give away a pair of tickets to some upcoming shows around Philadelphia. Leave a comment on the post with your name and which show you want to go to, and the winners will chosen at random with a +1 to their specified event:
First up, REIGNING SOUND is coming back to Philadelphia for Shattered, their first LP for Merge Records and first album since 2009. They take over the Underground Arts Black Box on August 27th with the Whips and the GTVs. See more details on the Facebook event page.
Next up, we’ve got UNCLE ACID AND THE DEADBEATS on September 24th @ Underground Arts with Danava. It’s their first show in North America… ever! You can RSVP to the show on the Facebook event page.
And last but not least, WHITE FENCE returns to Philadelphia on October 21st @ Underground Arts, with support from Australian psych-outs KING GIZZARD AND THE LIZARD WIZARD. You can RSVP to the night right here.
Again, to win a pair of tickets to any of these shows, simply leave a comment on this post with your name and which show you are interested in attending. One winner for each show will be chosen at random! Ready? Set? Comment!
This past Friday night Ty Segall, White Fence and Teenanger invaded Johnny Brenda’s in the Fishtown area of Philadelphia. It was a night many people probably had marked on their calenders for weeks to come. Teenanger took the stage first and got everybody foaming at the mouth with their stomping punk rock. It was a totally fitting introduction to the show because it certainly got everybody ready to rage. Tim Presley and White Fence would follow up next, which by the end of their set the folks at Johnny Brenda’s were ready to explode. Sure enough, they did just that by the time Ty Segall took the stage. The main event began when Segall arrived and proceeded to tell the crowd, “For the first two songs, we are ‘The Hair.'” Now witness the madness that followed shortly thereafter: Continue reading “Ty Segall & White Fence Live in Philadelphia (05/18/12)”→
Friday March the 2nd was a good night for rock and roll in the city of San Francisco. Ty Segall headlined a sold out show at the historic Great American Music Hall with support from White Fence, Mikal Cronin, and The Feeling of Love. This show marked a milestone in Ty’s career and served as a showcase for San Francisco’s burgeoning garage rock scene.