Mo Lowda and the Humble is set to hit the road again this Summer/Fall after having to postpone the ‘Ready Coatʼ album release tour for more than a year due to Covid. The latest album, ‘Ready Coat’ came into existence after the decision to add a touring member enabled the band to expand its sonic ability. This opportunity to stretch the band’s sound and add elements which would have previously been impossible to play live, enabled them to self-produce, engineer, and mix a record without considering limitations. There are absolutely no words to express the bandʼs anticipation and excitement for finally being able to play these new songs (as well as many, many others) live on tour. Get your tickets today!
Okey Dokey started as a passion project between two friends to create art that could withstand the test of time. Over the years, the band grew frustrated with the distance between themselves and their listeners. The listener being as essential as a tree is to its fruit. The artist equally so to the listener. What are veins if there is no blood to pump? What are beliefs with no thought? If Okey Dokey were to remain just a band, would the fruit still be as sweet? Would the body’s limbs still be equally filled with blood given the wall of separation between the artist and listener? The band decided to remove the separation and become something new. No longer shall there be two, but one. One community with one pulse all trusting in the higher powers harnessed by Okey Dokey. Join today and become part of one of the fastest growing communities in North America.
Inspired by iconic artists such as The Pixies, The Strokes, and The Replacements, the Philly power duo of Thomas McHugh (vocals/guitar) and Anthony Fulginitti (drums) who are best known as The Retinas, effortlessly couple nostalgia with the thrills and pains of being alive. Each of their songs is a relatable anthem in its own rite, comprised of incendiary riffs, blown-out, carefree reverb, and melodic hooks that beg for entire group sing-alongs. Similar to garage revival icons like King Tuff, Oh Sees, and the late, great Jay Reatard, The Retinas give listeners solace with each earworm they serve up, leaving audiences with a sense of audible freedom and cathartic release. Their recordings offer an alternative to the humdrum fiction and contradictions of the American dream. After years of rocking out and cutting their teeth in windowless rooms of DIY spaces, The Retinas have become more than just local darlings; they’re an antidote to the status quo. Like their namesake, the band’s music unabashedly reveals something so often overlooked. In your face and heartfelt (in the best of ways), The Retinas are pure rock ‘n’ roll. They’re the real deal. Without an ounce of pretentious bullshit, the best buds always know how to have a good time.