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Coming out of the effervescent early-'90s Los Angeles rave scene, the Movement were a trio formed by producers Richard "Humpty" Vission and AJ Mora, and rapper/producer/dancer DJ Hazze. Producer and record industry figure Walter "Kandor" Khan signed the group to his Sunshine label in 1992; the trio hitting paydirt right off the bat, as their debut single, the anthemic "Jump!," became a dancefloor smash that same year and even managed something of a pop crossover, thanks in no small part to its (still to this day) adoption as a sports anthem....
The Baseball Project had its origins way back in 1992 when musicians Scott McCaughey (the Minus 5, the Young Fresh Fellows) and Steve Wynn (Dream Syndicate, Gutterball) met and discovered they shared a passionate interest in baseball....
Puerto Rican Cultura Profética made its debut with the release of Canción de Alerta. It was produced in 1998 by Eroll Brown in Kingston, Jamaica, where the band returned in 1999 to make Ideas Nuevas, a mixture of traditional reggae, Latin rock, bossa nova, salsa, and ska....
PJ Morton coined the phrase “soulful pop” to describe his approach to music years ago. His explanation was as complex as it was simple. The concept of soulfulness can seamlessly span genres, yet remains tangible....
The members of the Early November were young enough to have grown up with the Drive-Thru Records sound, a formula that incorporated sensitive emo, pop, and punk revivalist amalgams with a bit of post-hardcore grit....
Known early on for their 19th century cavalry garb and ridiculous amounts of hairspray, the Alarm parlayed robust, folk-inspired rock anthems into an eight-year, five-album career. Fronted by Mike Peters, the Alarm hit hard with Declaration in 1984, and built upon that album's success with Strength and Eye Of The Hurricane, easily two of the most popular albums of the mid-'80s "alternative" rock movement....
Vocalist/pianist Perry Serpa left his beloved New York City behind for a brief vacation in late 1995, escaping to the Pennsylvanian countryside with drummer Steven Gonzales. The two planned to record some indie pop songs for fun, recording under the fictitious moniker the Sharp Things....
THE MUMBLES are a tiny band with a mighty sound, but it wasn't always that way. Keyboardist/singer Keith Burnstein and drummer Ethan Shorter met while playing in the rhythm section of a 14 piece live hip-hop orchestra....
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|07/24||8:00 pm||The Movement|
|07/25||12:00 pm||2014 XPoNential Music Festival Subaru|
|5:30 pm||2014 XPoNential Music Festival Subaru|
|8:00 pm||Kick It Out - A Tribute To Heart|
|9:00 pm||Soulidified Presents: LVRGRL: Paying Homage To Teena Marie|
|07/26||5:00 pm||Upright Citizens Brigade Improv 101 Workshop|
|8:00 pm||UCB Tour Co Presents: An Evening Of Improv Comedy|
|8:00 pm||Carfax Abbey|
|07/28||8:00 pm||The Baseball Project|
|07/29||6:00 pm||Penn Lightbulb Cafe - "New Realities of Latin American Migration To The U.S."|
|7:00 pm||The School Of Rock Allstars|
|8:00 pm||The Philadelphia Jazz Project: Who Got The Jazz?|
|8:00 pm||The Naked Lunch|
|07/30||8:00 pm||Cultura Profetica|
|8:00 pm||Mustered Courage|
|07/31||8:00 pm||Marc Cohn|
|8:00 pm||Lukas Nelson|
|08/01||8:00 pm||Celebrating Jerry Garcia|
|8:00 pm||PJ Morton|