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Philly Concert Tea:Youngr’s Vibes at Coda Last Night Made Us All Feel Younger

Out of the many, many wonderful things to take away from London based Youngr‘s highly explosive show at Coda last night, the one thing that truly stood out was that he really, really loves his fucking music and performing it just as fierce. 

Whether it was from his ignited opening beats that were perfectly mashed up with Stardust‘s classic club romp, “Music Sounds Better With You” to the left handers love felt on “Too Keen,” to his admiration for fellow London based beat bro, Craig David (by the way, Mr. Youngr, “Last Night” for life..I know you’ll get it), or to the way the crowd just felt his pulsating live take on his latest life banger, “Out of My System,” Youngr just simply served out all kinds of delicious music vibes last night.

And that wasn’t even including the performance of soon-to be-smash, “1993,” which took us back to a less in demand time when social media didn’t rule our worlds…pure fucking bliss

Oh, and his on-stage relationship with his heart/life pounding drummer as well as his brother who rocked it the fuck out on guitar? Priceless and certainly live music bro worthy.

But if there’s one thing we might have forgotten about while watching Youngr’s show last night is that how much he does up on that stage–vocals, keyboard, controls, drums, fucking cowbell–this dude does it all.

However, it’s certainly not a bad thing not to realize just how busy he truly is up there because we were all too busy getting lost in all of that live music heat that Youngr supplied us with…which is indeed his number one agenda. 

And that esteemed agenda was certainly accomplished at Coda last night. Groove the fuck on, Mr. Youngr. The world ain’t ready. Wait, yaaaas, we most certainly are. 

For much, much more about all things Youngr, sit down at the Philly Mixtape music tea table where the tremendously talented music artist served up a bloody good spill earlier this week. 

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Groove of the Day/Alex Aiono/”Work the Middle”

What do lots of screaming girls, tons of on point vocals, heaps of baby makin’ beats and a packed house at the Electric Factory all have in common? 

They’re all of the elements that made up the William Singe (that Australian accent, though…sigh) and Alex Aiono takeover last night at the long-lasting Philly venue. Excited groupies aside (these gentlemen have earned those screams), those grooves were certainly in full throttle, especially Mr. Aiono’s latest bedroom/club ready offering, “Work the Middle,” which you should get down to right now if you want to start workin’ those weekend vibes for your Thursday. 

And for much more on both Mr. Singe and Mr. Aiono (and his immaculate cover of Drake’s “One Dance”) groove it all out right here and here…..and then keep on dancin’ right here for lots of Philly concert truth all spring long. 

Much like today’s Philly Mixtape groove of the day and last night’s show, it’s going to be a live one this season, kids.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Think Spring Philly Concert Calendar

Gird your Ms. Grande ponytails, your copies of The Emancipation of Mimi, press out those trademark ’90s Flaming Lips tees, know your Juicy J rhymes and get ready to hit all of those high notes in The-Dream‘s “Falsetto” while “Dancing on the Ceiling” with Mr. Lionel Richie

Why? Because each of these music artists are on their way to Philly over the next thirty days to not just have us checking our local and legendary entertainment lives, but to get us each into that delightful #thinkspring mentality. 

Because we’re almost there, kids. Now, get those tickets and peep this list. You know you want to. 

Tuesday, February 21st

Dropkick Murphys/Sands Bethlehem Event Center

Rusted Root/Sellersville Theater (sold out)

Adam Ant/Keswick Theatre 

Cosmos Midnight/Coda 

Dead Man Winter/Boot & Saddle 

Wednesday, February 22nd

A Boogie Wit da Hoodie/TLA 

Marcia Ball/World Cafe Live

Savoy Motel/Everybody Hits 

Thursday, February 23rd

XXYYXX/Coda 

Asher Roth/Johnny Brenda’s 

Black Joe Lewis/Union Transfer

Daniela Andrade/World Cafe Live 

Love City DJs/Silk City Diner 

Friday, February 24th

Japandroids/Union Transfer

Roger Sanchez/Rumor 

The Pains of Being Young at Heart/First Unitarian Church 

Dorothy/The Foundry

Saturday, February 25th

Misterwives/Saint Motel/Wells Fargo Center

The Internet/The Trocadero (sold out)

Excision/Cookie Monsta/The Fillmore 

Cedric Gervais/Premier Nightclub 

Teeth/Voltheque/The Barbary 

DJ Daily/Coda 

Sunday, February 26th

Os Mutantes/The Trocadero 

Howard Hewett/Warmdaddy’s 

Shades/Coda 

Ro James/The Foundry

Monday, February 27th

KT Tunstall/Sellersville Theatre

Little Simz/Union Transfer 

Tuesday, February 28th

Polyphia/The Foundry 

ZZ Top/Penn’s Peak

Wednesday, March 1st

Ariana Grande/Wells Fargo Center

Juicy J/Project Pat/The Fillmore

Thursday, March 2nd

Kodak Black/The Fillmore 

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah

The Dream/TLA 

Dua Lipa/The Foundry 

Friday, March 3rd

ZZ Top/Caesar’s Atlantic City 

Martina McBride/Keswick Theatre 

Viceroy/Coda 

Leroy Sanchez/The Foundry

Saturday, March 4th

The Flaming Lips/The Fillmore

Thundercat/Union Transfer 

The Knocks/The Foundry

Frankie Valli/The Music Box @ The Borgata Hotel Spa & Casino

DJ Mike Lowry/Coda

Sunday, March 5th

The Temptations/Four Tops/Sands Bethlehem Entertainment Center 

The English Beat/Underground Arts

Los Lobos/Sellersville Theater 

Monday, March 6th

Eisley/Civilian/The Foundry

Slothrust/Johnny Brenda’s 

Tuesday, March 7th

Passenger/The Fillmore

GZA/Coda 

Tim Darcy/Boot & Saddle 

Wednesday, March 8th

Los Campesinos!/TLA 

Kevin Abstract/Voltage Lounge

Joey Purp/Nick Grant/The Foundry 

Alex Dezen/Milkboy Philly 

Thursday, March 9th

Jeezy/The Fillmore 

Agnes Obel/Union Transfer

Delicate Steve/Underground Arts

Rezz/Coda 

Friday, March 10th

Galactic/The Fillmore 

Howie Day/Sellersville Theater 

Strand of Oaks/Union Transfer 

Hotel Garuda/Coda 

Chris Paterno Band/Bourbon & Branch

Saturday, March 11th

Sting/Joe Sumner/The Fillmore

Vanessa Carlton/World Cafe Live

Sunday, March 12th

Amorphis/Underground Arts

Monday, March 13th

Regina Spektor/The Fillmore

Tuesday, March 14th

Bit Brigade/Boot & Saddle 

three fourteen/Milkboy Philly 

Jackson Whelan/Silk City 

Wednesday, March 15th

The Magnetic Fields/Union Transfer 

Colin Hay/Keswick Theatre 

Ladysmith Black Mambazo/World Cafe Live (wear pink…it’s on a Wednesday)

Danielia Cotton/World Cafe Live 

Thursday, March 16th

The Magnetic Fields/Union Transfer

A Tribe Called Red/The Foundry 

Friday, March 17th

Save Ferris/Underground Arts

Florida Georgia Line/Boardwalk Hall

Saturday, March 18th

Lionel Richie/Mariah/Wells Fargo Center

Crystal Garden/The Foundry 

Tennis/Underground Arts

Sunday, March 19th

Candlebox/Sellersville Theatre

FKJ/Union Transfer 

Bang/Kung Fu Necktie 

Monday, March 20th

A Great Big World/World Cafe Live 

Philly Rising Open Stage/World Cafe Live

Tuesday, March 21st

Red Elvises/Kung Fu Necktie

Nails/Toxic Holocaust/Underground Arts

For much, much more local and legendary live music truth, check your Songkick Philly life right here and your Live Nation life right here.