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Creepoid Kicking the Doors Wide Open at The Foundry Oct. 13

While Questlove may have broken the seal at The Foundry in the new Fillmore Philly with his DJ night this past Sunday, grungy psych rockers Creepoid will be kicking the doors wide open when they take its stage this evening. They'll be co-headlining the bill with No Devotion, the project from ex-Thursday frontman Geoff Rickley and former members of the Welsh band Lostprophets. They'll also be joined by San Francisco goth-pop outfit Wax Idols and Philly hardcore four-piece Socialite, who are signed to Jade Tree. It's a stacked lineup and a rad way welcome the city's latest concert space! The Foundry at The Fillmore Philly, 1100 Canal St., 8pm, $15 (+fees), All Ages - Alexis V.


New Socialite EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

"Socialite are a self aware band that are not trying to reinvent the wheel, but rather celebrate it while confronting what is and isn’t real." The hardcore outfit, comprised of Perry Shall (Dry Feet, Hound), Ian Dykstra (Little Big League, ex-Titus Andronicus), Kyle Laganella, and Jeff Fonseca, just released a new EP, entitled I See You/I Don't Care. You can stream the record below, and purchase the 7" vinyl via Jade Tree. Socialite will be performing tomorrow night at Everybody Hits.


Socialite Help Escalate the Situation at Hong Kong Garden June 11

The four-piece of Socialite featuring Ian Dykstra (Little Big League, ex-Titus Andronicus) and Perry Shall (Dry Feet, Hound) is part of a stacked billing tonight at Hong Kong Garden. Socialite arrives with an undeniable menacing intensity. Roaring vocals, an unrelenting attacking style of backend, and those raunchy guitar licks unite creating a force of sound that comes right at you, turning up the heat and escalating the situation in a fury. The earnest pop-punk of Thin Lips catches you in a web of relatable scenarios, as polished punches of instrumentation are wielded with vocals that demonstrate the threshold of strength and vulnerability. Catchy lyrics laid over smashing percussion and searing guitar create the dynamic stuck in your head when you hear power-pop duo Slow Animal, while the noise-punk of Kerosene complete a bill that may induce you to start the weekend a day early. Hong Kong Garden, (Please contact one of the acts or venue for more information.), 8pm, $5-$7, All Ages - Michael Colavita

Telepathic Is in Your Head at The Great Indoors June 6

The trio of Telepathic, the latest musical concoction from former Bleeding Rainbow members Rob Garcia & Sarah Everton (Blowdryer) with Paul Brinkley, performs tonight at The Great Indoors. On their EP Powers of Ten, Telepathic embraces a straight-ahead hard-driving, riff-oriented punk approach, allowing their crisp interlocking vocals to ride the steady wave of guitar and flow-perpetuating percussion. It has a solid mixture of experienced refinement, while still retaining an edge one’s ear can grab onto. The group will be joined by The Guests, a local four-piece whose EP Red Scare '15, is filled with catchy slices of new–wave deep baritones, sleek synth, and that backend rhythm section propulsion, providing the space for clean jangly guitar. The adrenaline injection of hardcore outfit Socialite, featuring Perry Shall (Hound, Dry Feet) and Ian Dykstra (Little Big League, ex-Titus Andronicus), takes hold, fusing raunchy guitar and storming percussion with furious vocals. Tenacious Tallahassee hardcore trio Ex-Breathers completes the bill. The Great Indoors (Please contact one of the acts or venue for more info.), 7pm, $7, All Ages - Michael Colavita


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