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- Dissonant Geek: Sparks recap, The Trocadero, Philly
- The Deli Magazine: Parenthetical Girls, The So So Glos, The Interest Group recap, PhilaMOCA, Philly
- The Deli Magazine: The Extraordinaires preview, The Fire, Philly
- The Deli Magazine: Philly’s Best of 2012 Poll, Top Performer: Lushlife
- The Deli Magazine: DRGN KING preview, PhilaMOCA, Philly
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Tag Archives: local Philly music scene
I had the opportunity to cover the Mad Decent Block Party 2011, Philly style, for my internship with The Deli Magazine. It was a wild, wild afternoon, and I loved every bit of it (minus a few water gun shots to the camera and lens).
Below is a little blurb and a photo. If you click on the piece, it will redirect you to the photo recap of the event on The Deli’s website.
And don’t forget – lots more on my Flickr!
This past Sunday, I got to cover the 2nd Street Festival in Philly for The Deli Magazine and had a great time.
Click the image and blurb below to be redirected to The Deli Magazine’s website for images of tUne-yArDs, Delicate Steve, Black Landlord, Toy Soldiers, East Hundred, Cheers Elephant, North Lawrence Midnight Singers, The Great Unknown and more awesome bands.
This past Saturday I covered the Rock and Read Festival, presented by The Deli Magazine and Cloud Entertainment, in order to benefit Rock to the Future, an after-school music education program for kids in low-income families. It was a lot of fun, with really great bands (Mischief Brew, Harry and the Potters, The New Motels, Monsterface, The Jawnettes and more), and as always, a bunch of cool finds in Bookspace.
Click the image and writeup below to see shots of all the bands. Under the image, I have posted additional photos that I took throughout the night.
Click the images below to redirect you to The Deli Magazine – Philly site. Be sure to watch the YouTube video of Cheap Dinosaurs’ “Tagalog” for a circa 1998-feel.
My boss at The Deli Magazine – Philly asked me to shoot music producer Kyle “Slick” Johnson at his studio in Philadelphia for an upcoming contest. Mr. Johnson has produced albums for bands such as Modest Mouse, The Hives, Wavves, Rogue Wave, Gavin DeGraw and more. When my boss asked me to do this shoot, I was super stoked. Here are some images of him and his studio:
As always, click on the image below to read my show preview (for Meg Baird, Mind Over Mirrors and Chris Forsyth’s Paranoid Cat Duo) on The Deli Magazine website for Philly.
Here’s my first writeup of a live show for my internship with The Deli Magazine in Philadelphia. Click the image below if you want to read at the website and check out more photos. Enjoy!
Here are some more photos I took when I covered the Work Drugs, CSLSX and Wrestling gig at Johnny Brenda’s in Philly, for The Deli Magazine.
I just started an internship with The Deli Magazine. It’s a national music magazine that covers local music in major cities. I cover Philadelphia.
Today my first writing was published, which is really exciting for me, because music journalism is my ultimate goal as a career. It was a show preview, which basically just gives listeners a small piece of the pie, but through a visual format. You can click on the screenshot of the article below to take you to the website.