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Firefly Music Festival 2013

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The 2013 Firefly Music festival – all mashed-up in 6 minutes – enjoy!

Roots Picnic Naughty By Nature and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

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Nashville’s Rock Reign – Natural Child and Jeff The Brotherhood

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Nashville has been steadily on the rise producing some amazing rock and rock with the help from two local bands Natural Child and Jeff The Brotherhood. Watch as each band makes quick work of Philadelphia’s Kung-Fu Necktie.

Natural Child – “Blind Owl Speaks”

Natural Child – “Big Pimpin”

Jeff The Brotherhood

The Black Angels at Union Transfer Video 4.7.13

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You can find my review and pictures here http://www.jambase.com/Articles/118406/Review-Photos-The-Black-Angels-with-Allah-Las-Philadelphia

The Black Angels Animated Gif

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The Black Angels in Philadelphia 4.7.13

Phosphorescent – Song For Zula – Live at Johnny Brendas 3.25.13

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Israel Vibration Live at the Blockley – 3.9.13

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Work Drugs “Rad Racer” Live – 3.9.13

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Onuinu Live at the Kung-Fu Necktie – 1.25.13

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onuinuLook what’s starting to happen with Dorian Duvall’s one man electro-pop band Onuinu. He’s been crafting music in Portland, OR for the past few years and found his way to Philadelphia on a cold and snowy January evening. It would be interesting to see him with his whole band who unfortunately couldn’t make this tour. Peep Onuinu in the video below

The London Souls at Milkboy Philadelphia

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londonsoulsThe London Souls squeezed into the back of Milkboy Philadelphia on Friday the 11th of January. The trio rattled off a dozen or so songs to the delight of a packed room. Watching Tash Neal chop up new material off of Here Come The Girls, was fairly miraculous. Neal was seriously injured earlier this year in a car accident. He was near death and needed brain surgery to save his life. In the video below, watch the fully recovered Tash Neal open the Philly show with a guitar-heavy version of “She’s So Mad”.