Once again Phil Lesh has come through with generosity by sharing free soundboards of the Phil Lesh and Friends show from the 1st Bank Center in Broomfield, CO on February 16th, 2012. Maybe more soundboards will be released from the second and third night of this run, but for now, be thankful and enjoy.
Head over to KRutial’s most recent newsletter “Now EAR This” and you’ll receive a free-some four-some track sampler from Roots of Creation including an unreleased exclusive “Policy” featuring Mighty Mystic, a live performance of “Oh Lord”, Mammoth, and an Otis Redding cover of “That’s How Strong My Love Is”.
Summer Camp Music Festival Adds Yonder Mountain String Band, Lotus, Ticket Price Increase, and more!
Summer Camp Music Festival promoters have announced the third round of artists added to this year’s lineup which already includes multiple nights of Moe. and Umphrey’s McGee, Primus, Jane’s Addiction, Pretty Lights, and more. Additions include Yonder Mountain String Band, Lotus, and over a three dozen more artists.
Marco Benevento brought his trio to Philadelphia’s University City section on Friday night to perform at The Blockley. If you listened to the interview with Brothers Past Keyboardist, Tom McKee, you’d also know Marco is coming back to Philly real soon.
Sure, you know Phish, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Radiohead, and The Beach Boys are playing at this year’s Bonnaroo Music Festival in Manchester, Tennessee come June. But did you notice the supergroup, Spectrum Road, seven lines down on the lineup sheet?
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U-Melt: Shine On You Crazy Diamond (2.25.06 Brewing Station – Kill Devil Hills – NC)
Strangefolk: Like You Anyway featuring Al Schnier (6.12.98 Hoodoo Bash Tour – The Electric Factory – Philly)
Moe.: Spaz Medicine (Warts and All Vol.2
Lindsey Stirling reminds us just how wonderful the violin instrument truly is while taking her shot at the rapidly growing dubstep genre. If you like dubstep and other EDM music, be sure to check out The House That Dubs Built on Z889 Thursday nights.
Back in the summer of 1998 three favorite bands of mine jumped on tour together to bring a massive performance to a few lucky cities and one of them, my backyard of Philadelphia and the historic Electric Factory. Strangefolk, Moe., and The String Cheese Incident teamed up for what they billed as the Hoodoo Bash Tour.
Back in January, Endless Boundaries Jam Radio and The House That Dubs Built reported the new dubstep EP collaboration between Cypress Hill and Rusko which included a free download of their new single “Roll It, Light It”. Now the guys have officially released a music video to go along with the single. The Cypress x Rusko dubstep EP is due out April 2012.
Conspirator has been making quite a few headlines lately with their announcement of the forthcoming live release “Unlocked: Live From The Georgia Theatre“, the free remix of Porter Robinson’s “Say My Name”, and now a pro shot video from their recent tour stop at The Fox Theatre in Boulder Colorado. NoCoast.TV did a hell of a job in the production and quick turnaround of this performance.