Top Played Artists 11/18 – 11/25

1    TENNIS:    Small Sound [EP]
2    DUCKTAILS:    Wish Hotel [EP]
3    OF MONTREAL:    Lousy With Sylvianbriar
4    LOS CAMPESINOS!:    No Blues
5    DR. DOG:    B-Room
6    KEVIN DEVINE:    Bubblegum
7    YUCK:    Glow And Behold
8    POLICA:    Shulamith
9    SLEIGH BELLS:    Bitter Rivals
10    KING KRULE:    6 Feet Beneath The Moon
11    DEER TICK:    Negativity
12    FRANKIE ROSE:    Herein Wild
13    MINOR ALPS:    Get There
14    COURTNEY BARNETT:    The Double EP: A Sea Of Split Peas
15    PARQUET COURTS:    Tally All The Things That You Broke [EP]
16    WHITE DENIM:    Corsicana Lemonade
17    DIANE COFFEE:    My Friend Fish
18    FLATLINERS:    Dead Language
19    WOODEN SHJIPS:    Back To Land
20    THE BLOW:    The Blow
21    PURLING HISS:    Paisley Montage
22    NOBUNNY:    Secret Songs: Reflections From The Ear Mirror
23    FUZZ:    Fuzz
24    LA LUZ:    It’s Alive
26    PHANTOGRAM:    Phantogram [EP]
27    MAN MAN:    On Oni Pond
28    BLOOD ORANGE:    Cupid Deluxe
29    FLASHLIGHTS:    Don’t Take Me Too Seriously
30    NOAH AND THE WHALE:    Heart Of Nowhere

Top Played Artists 11/12 – 11/18

1 TENNIS: Small Sound [EP]
2 DR. DOG: B-Room
3 OF MONTREAL: Lousy With Sylvianbriar
4 YUCK: Glow And Behold
5 DUCKTAILS: Wish Hotel [EP]
6 KEVIN DEVINE: Bubblegum
7 DIANE COFFEE: My Friend Fish
8 BELLE AND SEBASTIAN: The Third Eye Centre
9 KING KRULE: 6 Feet Beneath The Moon
10 NOBUNNY: Secret Songs: Reflections From The Ear Mirror
11 FUZZ: Fuzz
12 POLICA: Shulamith
13 DEER TICK: Negativity
14 COURTNEY BARNETT: The Double EP: A Sea Of Split Peas
15 PURLING HISS: Paisley Montage
16 PHANTOGRAM: Phantogram [EP]
17 SLEIGH BELLS: Bitter Rivals
18 THOSE DARLINS: Blur The Line
19 MINOR ALPS: Get There
20 PARQUET COURTS: Tally All The Things That You Broke [EP]
21 THE BLOW: The Blow
22 MAN MAN: On Oni Pond
23 FLATLINERS: Dead Language
24 DISMEMBERMENT PLAN: Uncanney Valley
25 RED FANG: Whales And Leeches
26 LA LUZ: It’s Alive
27 HEAD AND THE HEART: Let’s Be Still
28 WOODEN SHJIPS: Back To Land
30 WHITE DENIM: Corsicana Lemonade

Concert Review: Tennis @ Underground Arts (November 7, 2013)


By Shannen Gaffney

Denver based indie pop group Tennis played on November 7th to an intimate and excited crowd at the Underground Arts space in Center City Philadelphia, which opened just last year. If you haven’t been to Underground Arts before, you’re missing out! The coolest new semi-hidden venue in Philly, it’s a small industrial warehouse-type of basement, covered in Christmas lights and art pieces.

They began the set with “Petition,” and played most of the best songs from 2012’s Young & Old: “My Better Self,” “Traveling,” and “It All Feels the Same,” along with some new songs. Their new EP, Small Sound, is a continuation of their cutesy, airy pop sound and has been released on the band’s own label, Communion. Alaina’s signature lush vocals are the focus point of Small Sound. On their single, “Mean Streets,” she sings, “Born and raised on the mean streets / That’s where she learned how to keep the beat”. The rest of the EP is full of similarly playful lyrics and melodies that got the small but energetic crowd dancing all night.

Here are some pictures from the show!