The Phily Jays have long been purveyors of offbeat music promotion.
Reuniting after a 3 year split, Philadelphia Grand Jury hosted a listening party for their 2015 sophomore release 'Summer of Doom'... on a free bus ride around Sydney.
Now the trio are headed to Perth for a show that requires a bit more audience involvement than most. Fans will be invited to sing their favourite Philadelphia Grand Jury songs as well as the promise of some "other classic karaoke covers thrown in there as well".
Who knows, maybe we'll be able to communally spit some classic Jay-Z?
Philadelphia Grand Jury will play Jimmy's Den on the 4th of June.
Tickets are a steal at $15 a pop.
A preview of the 2018 Perth French Film Festival
From jamming out in the car with my Dad to singing ‘High’ at the top of my eight-year-old lungs, James Blunt has always been the holy provider of soul-wrenching love ballads ever since I could remember.
"Ex Machina" writer-director Alex Garland shimmers with his latest sci-fi mind-bender.
Southern River Band is one of those bands you have to see in person to truly appreciate their genius.
Superorganism might just be the most millennial band around. Their sound is spontaneous and highly energetic, mixing samples and studio trickery with ‘real’ instruments.
Vance Joy’s Nation of Two Tour is coming to town and it’s not something you want to miss!
Blockers is a silly film that sadly dissappoints in being anything else
In a conservative effort to offend no one, "Mary Magdelene" convinces no one
Wakanda Forever! This episode on the Spoiler Nation Podcast, we dive deep into the Vibranium-powered, high-tech kingdom of "Black Panther", a game-changing entry to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
I was lucky enough to see the West Australian Symphony Orchestra’s performance of this great work, in addition to Beethoven’s 'Zur Namensfeier Overture' and 'Choral Fantasy', and found myself transported for two hours to a world of whimsical genius.