Posted by: Andrea Busch Adrianne Lenker walked out with an acoustic guitar and a tan ceramic mug, the first was strapped around her torso and the other she carried in her left hand and promptly set down next to the microphone stand. She stood on the stage alone with a […]
On Sunday, November 11th, I took a rest from writing course papers to go see The Dodos at Lincoln Hall hosted by WLUW. I arrived just in time for Pool Holograph’s Wyatt Grant subbing in for Palehound as the opening act. While I was disappointed that I would not see Palehound perform, […]
Philadelphia band Swearin’ hit Lincoln Hall this past Thursday the 18th in support of the new album Fall Into The Sun, along with fellow Philly rockers Empath. WLUW team members Olivia Cerza, Scott Clancy, and Elise McGannon were there and present to you their account of the evening’s concert: Empath Philadelphia seems […]
Some people think mosh pits are scary. They can be. Daunting or intimidating may be better words. To me, someone who’s been in enough pits to respect their potential greatness, I think they’re the opposite of scary, daunting, or intimidating – rather they can be inviting, communal, and jovial, and I […]
Lincoln Hall was blessed by the presence of King Tuff on Friday, May 25. His mixture of Ty Segall, Tame Impala and a hint of Bob Dylan gave the audience a great live sound, perfect for a dance and a drink.