In-depth interview with Joe “Hardcore” McKay with history of his involvement with music and the hardcore scene since the 80s, spanning his experiences through his preparation as host of This Is Hardcore Fest 2011.
Posts Tagged ‘Philadelphia’
Touting themselves as the real punk rock tour of the summer, while bad mouthing the corporate bullshit that now goes…Read More
On Tuesday July 19, 2011, Big Business, Torche, and Helms Alee treated Philadelphia fans to a spectacular show at the notorious First Unitarian Church. Enjoy this massive photo gallery by Dante Torrieri.
Fans of doom metal got a tasty treat last week as Oregon’s YOB and Dark Castle passed through the Kung Fu Necktie in Philadelphia’s North Liberties neighborhood. Blow The Scene photographer Dante Torrieri was on hand to snag some amazing shots.
Underground Rebel Bingo made its Philadelphia debut July 15, 2011 at The Blockley. Here is the night in pictures by photographer James Seibert.
North Korea (Ex-Envy on The Coast, Dillinger Escape Plan, The Rivalry) stopped by the Barbary on July 10, 2011 with Sainthood Reps and New Jersey’s Bamboo Houses. Full photo gallery is up! Enjoy
Broad Street Ministry was packed for Saturday’s Converge show. The energy was intense and the heat and humidity amplified the…Read More
Papadosio, who are an emerging progressive rock band with electronic-infused prowess from Ohio, made it’s second trip into Philadelphia, April 13th, at The Blockley. Enjoy this picture gallery by Blow The Scene’s Tim Bonner.
Conspirator, consisting of The Disco Biscuits’ Marc Brownstein and Aron Magner, knocked the house down April 8th at the TLA in Philadelphia for Brownie’s (Marc Brownstein) birthday. Enjoy this exclusive photo gallery!
The Pink Floyd Experience played for the first time in Philadelphia at The Electric Factory on February 22nd, 2011. A…Read More
Exclusive Photo Gallery of Umphrey’s McGee 1.29.11 Electric Factory Performance in Philadelphia PA. Enjoy!
Lotus New Years Eve and New Years Day concert photos from The Electric Factory in Philadelphia, PA.
Oh, Hot Guts, I love you. Every song on your first seven inch is completely different and each track is…Read More