By: Gemma Mastroianni
Sadly a ton of shows have gotten cancelled, including The Soundtrack Live (stay tuned for a new date being announced soon). With that said, we've got a brand new lineup for you for every single day of this week! Live music, right on our Instagram. Check out the schedule and who is playing:
Nate Robertson - Tuesday, March 24th 10:00 a.m.
Canadian and multi-instrumentalist Nathan Yell is a crafter of soundscape and song. Check out his morning experimental ambient set!
Mouth Breather - Tuesday, March 24th - 7:00pm
Montreal based Indie Rock.
Holly Clausius - Wednesday, March 25th - 7:30 p.m.
Raspy vocals, acoustic melodies and playful lyrics.
Slobrina - Thursday, March 26th - 8:00 p.m.
Sabrina was born awhile ago and since then all she has done is forget about her fresh bananas (now they are rotten). She makes songs about overcoming feelings of inadequacy.
Steep Leans - Friday, March 27th - 9:00 p.m.
Steep Leans is the solo project of multi-instrumentalist and songwriter, Jeffrey Gray Somers. Developed in late 2012 in Boston, Steep Leans now calls Philadelphia home, while spending most of the time on the road. The band has performed numerous venues throughout the US, touring with Wavves and Twin Peaks, and has been featured on Noisey, Stereogum, Adhoc, and other publications. In 2015, Steep Leans released their debut LP Grips on Heat on Nathan Williams’s Ghost Ramp label. Recorded in a windowless bunker, called The Napoleon Complex, Grips on Heat uses repetition and murky melodies to create a cavernous and haunting record that reflects those isolated conditions. Check out his latest, "Naukeag."
Jordan Paul - Saturday, March 28th - 9:00 p.m.
“If Queen, Mimicking Birds, Radiohead, and Led Zeppelin had a beautiful love-child–thy name would be Jordan Paul” – Jer from Sleeping Bag Studios. Music is the fabric that ties our human emotionality together, it weaves the bond between us and lessens the distance we feel from our counterparts–for Jordan Paul it is the very essence of his communication. Paul's debut EP 'Night Moon' is available now everywhere there's music!
Jordan Paul - Sunday, March 29th - 7:00 p.m.
Peach Luffe draws influence from both popular and underground music like guitar playing from John Mayer and Mac Demarco, singing from Allen Stone and recent R&B, and melodies from early Coldplay. Some describe their genre as Bedroom-Pop Alternative, but even that is a misnomer. In the near future, Peach Luffe plans on releasing several singles and an EP.