Tag Archives: Jimmy Eat World

Forecastle 2018 lineup (Arcade Fire, Chris Stapleton, Modest Mouse & more)

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The Louisville fest also includes Jason Isbell, The War On Drugs, Father John Misty, Courtney Barnett, Jimmy Eat World, Kurt Vile, Jenny Lewis, Margo Price and more.

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Firefly 2018 lineup (Eminem, Kendrick, Arctic Monkeys, Killers, SZA, alt-J, MGMT, more)

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Firefly Music Festival’s 2018 lineup also includes Lil Wayne, Jimmy Eat World, ODESZA, Warren G, Lucy Dacus, Alex Lahey, and more.

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Shaky Knees 2018 lineup (Jack White, QOTSA, The National, Distillers, David Byrne & more)

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Jack White, Queens of The Stone Age, and The National headline. It’s the first announced reunion date for The Distillers, and the lineup also includes David Byrne, Fleet Foxes, The War On Drugs, Courtney Barnett, and much more.

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52 of the best indie holiday songs (listen to a playlist)

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Add an indie rock twist to your holiday season with festive tunes by Bright Eyes, Sufjan Stevens, Cat Power, Death Cab for Cutie, Low, The Shins, The Flaming Lips, Fiona Apple, Tegan & Sara, Cocteau Twins, Weezer, The Decemberists, The Raveonettes, Sharon Van Etten & many more.

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Incubus Brings 8 Tour to Camden, Electrifies BB&T

Source: Rock On Philly

All photography courtesy of Brittany Salerno 

After their 8th studio album release, properly entitled “8”, Incubus embarked on a 2017 World tour. Stopping in Camden, New Jersey alongside Jimmy Eat World and Tennessee’s own Judah and the Lion, the band proves their sound and intensity is as timeless as ever.

Judah and the Lion opened up the night with a high-energy performance including “Suit and Jacket”, a cover of The Killer’s Mr. Brightside, and a signature Judah cover of T-Pain’s “Booty Wurk”. Breaking out the auto-tune, the band was far from timid in simultaneously ...

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The 20 best emo/punk albums of 2016

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From major comebacks like American Football to rising bands like The Hotelier, here are the best emo and punk albums of 2016.

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If rock is “the new jazz,” then I blame The Strokes

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If the claims are true that rock is “the new jazz” (aka a genre that stopped evolving and became “classical music”), then we might have to blame ‘Is This It.’ It set the precedent that “saving rock” was synonymous with “sounding a lot like beloved old rock bands.”

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Did you vote today? Lots of musicians, comedians & celebrities did

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We collect Election Day tweets and instagrams from a variety of famous folk. We hope you voted.

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Courtney Marie Andrews (Damien Jurado, Jimmy Eat World) has a video, tour with Fruit Bats

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Courtney Marie Andrews has sung on multiple Jimmy Eat World albums, including the great one they just released, and she’s also played as a member of Damien Jurado‘s touring band. On her own, she makes gorgeous alt-country…

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Five Notable Releases of the Week (10/21)

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Two ’90s-emo veterans, two cult-folk legends, and one of 2016’s biggest breakout artists.

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Riot Fest Chicago 2016 – Friday pics & review (GWAR, NOFX, Flaming Lips, TDEP, more)

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Dan Deacon, Diarrhea Planet, Dillinger Escape Plan, Eskimeaux, Fu Manchu, Girls Against Boys, Gwar, Jimmy Eat World, Laura Stevenson, Meat Puppets, NOFX, Refused, The Anniversary, The Flaming Lips, The Specials, Tigers Jaw, Ween, and more.

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Artist Playlist: Sonnder’s Ryan Weidman Shares His Favorite Jams

Source: Rock On Philly

Ryan Weidman of Sonnder center right (Featured image courtesy of Cami Liberty)

Sharing music is a time honored tradition, one that transcends time, place, and medium. Before millennials were sharing playlists on Soundcloud or Spotify, the were burning playlists to CD-Rs. Before CD-Rs, Gen-Xers were jamming on their walkmans to the mixtape they got from that special someone.

In this new series, we ask the exceptional artists around the Philly scene to share playlists featuring the music that they love. This week, frontman Ryan Weidman of the experimental indie rock band Sonnder sent us “11 jams” and explains what he loves about each track.

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