- Archikulture Digest
- May 21, 2022
More theater hi-jinx from Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival in the muggy month of May, from Carl F. Gauze.
A Day to Remember puts on an intense performance for a sold-out venue in Pennsylvania. Kristina Kauffman pushed her way deep into the crowd.
Though The Melvins were official headliners, soon-to-be defunct Isis stepped in as the closing band for a Philadelphia show that shook the rafters of the TLA. Get the scoop on the show and read Mike Hanan’s revealing chat with Isis frontman Aaron Turner. That’s a twofer, folks!
Henry Rollins delivers a spoken word sermon at The Church. Mike Hanan absorbs the homily. Amen.
Tegan and Sara, City and Colour, and Girl in a Coma rock at the Electric Factory in Philly.
Fall Out Boy ditched the large venues for an intimate show in Philadelphia.
In support of their new release, New Surrender, Florida-rockers Anberlin returned to Philly.
Cobra Starship decided to bring a bit of sass to Philadelphia with the SassyBack Tour, and Brittany Sturges revels in the guilty pleasure.
Philly fans braced the heat to catch their favorite Gainesville rockers, Less than Jake. Brittany Sturges sees what the fuss is about.
Brittany Sturges joins hundreds of Philadelphians at the Trocadero, all champing at the bit to see Nada Surf. Who says there are no second acts in American life?
Brittany Sturges pulls on a pair of rain boots to check out the 2008 Honda Civic Tour at Philly’s Festival Pier, where she is once again surprised by the lineup.
Saves the Day and Armor for Sleep bring The Bamboozle Roadshow to Philly, where Brittany Sturges once again captures the play-by-play between arguments over the setlist.
Philadelphia fans set their green beers aside to celebrate Yellowcard’s return to the area. Brittany Sturges was surprised that the pop-punkers could bring so much energy to an acoustic performance.
Screamo rockers Silverstein sold out the Trocadero once again, much to the delight of their multitudinous Philadelphia fans. Brittany Sturges squeezed in to report.
The High Court’s fans were out in full force to welcome their hometown band and the rest of the American Gladitour to the Trocadero. Brittany Sturges finds out what the fuss is all about.
Brittany Sturges finds redemption in a stark Philly church basement. The Audition proves itself a saving grace.
Brittany Sturges can’t recall the last time she saw an entire bill attract such a positive response from a Philadelphia crowd.
Chicago quartet, Fall Out Boy, brought their Young Wild Things Tour to Philadelphia, but Brittany Sturges found it rather tame.
Brittany Sturges attempts to decipher all the hype surrounding South Dakota’s own, The Spill Canvas during an eventful Philly gig.
While most were trying to push their way closer to get a glimpse of Boys Like Girls , Brittany Sturges found herself trying to make a “great escape” to the back of the venue.