Along the Path to its Debut Album, Knorrwood Releases “Five High”

The playfulness between traditional and progressive, the natural world with a tinge of psychedelia, is a captivating performance to witness unfold.

Briggs Farm Announces Firehouse Concert Series

As an extension of their mission to bring quality music acts to the region, Briggs Farm Concerts, in partnership with the Columbia Montour Visitors Bureau, will host a monthly concert series at the Nescopeck Township Fire Hall.

Briggs Farm Blues Festival serves up a Swingin’ 2021 Weekend

Considered a local gem to its growing population of faithful fans, read all about what you can expect to experience and explore this coming July 2021!

No Notification: Justin Mazer releases his First Round of Solo Work without any Prior Announcement

A Q&A with Justin Mazer, who unplugged from social media during the course of the pandemic and came out with a pair of albums.

Inclusion Dining & Jams welcomes Ryan Montbleau to the Musikfest Café

In addition to Montbleau’s performance, Inclusion Dining & Jams will also feature sensory-friendly music, yoga-inspired dance for all, opportunities for play, flow arts, sing-alongs, inspiring lyrics, mindfulness, collaborative art, and so much more to provide an all inclusive event.

Single Release: “Complete” by Better Human

“When the pandemic hit the East Coast and venues shuttered their doors, Better Human scaled back out of necessity, playing virtual sets in a solo or smaller band configuration with Wexler taking over lead vocals. New single ‘Complete,’ released on Halloween, bears the marks of this transition without sacrificing any of the band‘s core sonic DNA.”

Brendan Brisk takes us to Relaxylvania

“I think everyone has the power to imagine great music, but moving it out of your mind and into the physical world is a great process. Usually within that process, my ideas morph into their own entities, which is exactly what happened with Relaxylvania.”

New video transmission from Miss Cantaloupe

The short takes viewers on a tour of a paradigm shift, using Klaproth as the subject. In the opening scenes, she’s rifling through bills, Philadelphia Parking Authority-issued tickets, and other usual paper pests that come with adulthood. While taking a ride on her Vespa scooter, she approaches a forset staircase with two mystical nymphs—who have been following her the entire video⁠—enticing her to drink a potion.