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Intern Bree’s Weekend Picks (Or, How To Up Your Hipster Cred Quickly).

July 12, 2012

Every Thursday, our JUMP mag intern, Bree Wood, offers her suggestions for fun Philly music stuff for the upcoming weekend (and more). This week, she lets you know where all the cool kids will be …


Nothing at Johnny Brenda’s with Crocodiles

Nothing (above) is a never-ending flood of sound that rushes into your mind and leaves you lost in rhythms and taken away by words. If you end up going and falling in love, keep your ears open because they are releasing their third EP this summer, Downward Years to Come.


The Bakery Boys at Cult Classic‘s clothing line release party

If you want to have a good time for FREE on Friday night, check out The Bakery Boys, Philly locals with a 90’s hip-hop vibe. Come early to the secret venue (near 9th & Diamond) to see artwork from local artists and listen to DJ’s Drunk’n Antics and Uncle Ron.



The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart at Morgan’s Pier

Once again, Morgan’s Pier and R5 offer a great free show this weekend. The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart are an indie-pop band based out of Brooklyn and people can’t get enough of them. This band revamps 80’s new wave, bringing you dreamy pop songs.



Best Coast at Union Transfer with Those Darlins and DIIV

If you plan on attending, get tickets now. I keep hearing about this show everywhere. Best Coast is a surf pop-lo-fi band from LA.  They recently released their album The Only Place. If you want to fall in love, have your heart broken and be brought back to life by the sun come out on Monday night.

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