Filed under: ART, CULTURE, MUSIC, PHOTOGRAPHY | Tags: A Silent Film, music, pa, philadelphia, Union Transfer
Englands own A Silent Film just made their return to Philadelphia, PA to perform at Union Transfer. This was the first time I saw them since the Radio 104.5 Summer Concert at The Piazza. This show was a lot more intimate and personable. The band was incredibly grateful and expressed their love for Philadelphia, and that we brought them their biggest club show on their US tour.
A Silent Film’s sound is addicting. The singers voice is perfect and when accompanied by the rest of the band creates a unique and intriguing sound. No instrument over powers any of the others, and they all seem to always play with each other. This is band isn’t nearly as big as they should be.
If you have any interest in Coldplay, Keane, Arcade Fire, Of Monsters and Men….indie rock in general…then please check out A Silent Film.
Take a second and check out their single at the link below…
Til next time.
Filed under: ARCHITECTURE, ART, GRAFITTI, PHOTOGRAPHY, STREET ART, URBAN EXPLORATION, URBEX | Tags: 710, foxy shazam, live music, music, pacific beach, pb, photography, rock, san diego, urban setting
In the not to distant past….
….FOXY SHAZAM played at the 710 Club in Pacific Beach San Diego.
…and completely killed it!