On its new, Lydia Lunch-produced record, Pissed Jeans highlights the absurdity of hetero, middle-class white-guy-ness

On its new, Lydia Lunch-produced record, Pissed Jeans highlights the absurdity of hetero, middle-class white-guy-ness

“This horrible character … isn’t insanely far removed from the way that I’ve been conditioned.”

Pittsburgh’s SIDE EYE is bringing audiences a complete live experience

“We just want to make our shows events, places we ourselves would want to go”

Pittsburgh’s electronic-music-and-dance duo slowdanger releases its debut

Like their dance compositions, the 10 tracks on body are sensual, adventurous and abstract.

Pittsburgh punk originals Carsickness reunite for two shows

“We were playing every day for hours and hours.”

With no record label, a liberated Jukebox The Ghost leans in to a poppier sound

“We, as a band, are a bunch of dorks at heart.”

Pittsburgh’s Andy Warhol Museum hosts a sensory-friendly disco for autistic individuals

“We are actively committed to making the museum a welcoming and inclusive space for all.”

Julien Baker on DIY, faith and where to get good coffee

“You’re screaming loudly because you NEED to scream loudly.”

Jazz trumpeter Peter Evans brings his experimental style to Pittsburgh’s Andy Warhol Museum

“The overarching thrust of my work these is to make sure that the music provides something different, something directly opposed to the superficiality”

New record from Charly Bliss tackles inner demons with catchy pop hooks and joyous self-deprecation

“It makes me laugh about things I’m ashamed of.”

Chicano Batman, in Pittsburgh April 2, draws on classic tunes for its modern sound

“Genres that our aunts and uncles and grandparents were listening to.”

Just a year after its debut record, Beach Slang launches a new album and tour

“A record a year is pretty necessary business for me.”

At 21, Pittsburgh’s Amir Miles is taking his music career into his own hands

“I think if you decide to drop out of college to be a musician, you need to be meticulous in your planning.”

Portugal. The Man Soundtracks the #Resistance

“It’s good to cause some kind of commotion.”

Philadelphia surf-rockers Queen of Jeans riding high

“Any free moment I have I’m usually playing guitar or singing something ridiculous to myself.”

Pittsburgh hip-hop artist Choo Jackson’s career is ready to roll into primetime

“I’m here to be on a bigger level.”



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