The inaugural FEST FEST FEST at City Grows seeks to break free from the male-dominated festival mold

The inaugural FEST FEST FEST at City Grows seeks to break free from the male-dominated festival mold

“We definitely aimed to have the lineup be a bit more diverse, since we’re very tired of the boys’ club.”

Pittsburgh punk ’n’ rollers the Mud City Manglers celebrate their 20th anniversary

“It’s so cheesy-sounding, we just love playing music together.”

Influential hip-hop duo EPMD comes to town for the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s inaugural Multiple Choice event

“If it weren’t for hip hop, I wouldn’t be doing this.”

Ace Hotel and Martin Guitars partner with local group to award $10,000 in mini-grants to local musicians

“There’s a lot of privilege involved in being able to get a grant. Up and Comin’ really opens it up.”

With SuperMonkey Recording Co., Christian Groblewski aims to put Pittsburgh music on the map

“I’m trying to find the next Foo Fighters, the band that’s going to sell out arenas.”

The four-track tape recorder gets its day in the sun with new Pittsburgh lo-fi compilation

A Chronology of Survival: The Lo-Fi of K.M. Gainfort celebrates the catalog of Mirkwood Recordings

In its fourth year, the Deutschtown Music Festival continues to grow exponentially

“If somebody had told me that that would be the case four years ago, I’d say you were crazy.”

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