The Buckle Downs perform at WYEP's local music happy hour on September 15th, 2016.
I Want You (She's So Heavy)
It's Up to You
Call Your Friend
Pittsburgh's The Buckle Downs have evolved over their four years from prog-rock to a funky soulful group with a rock edge. Hear their new song "Soldier" on WYEP's local music spotlight, The Local 913.
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Pittsburgh singer/songwriter Avi Diamond’s sound draws from diverse influences like Cabaret and rock and beyond. On her new EP Wolfmother, she also found influence living in the woods. Find out more on WYEP's weekly local music spotlight, The Local 913.
The Commonheart performs at WYEP's Local Music Happy Hour on April 13, 2017.
The Telephone Line are a Pittsburgh rock band living on the edge of soul & pop, however, that wasn’t always the case. More on WYEP's weekly local music spotlight, The Local 913.
Pittsburgh emcee Marcus Vaughn, releases solo material under the name Mkv. Find out how how Mkv differs from his rap group, Lucid Music on WYEP's local music spotlight, The Local 913.
The Crew of the Half Moon perform at WYEP's Local music happy hour on March 30th, 2017.
East Side native Kiera Zee has been singing for a long time, but only recently found her voice. Learn more about this talented Pittsburgh musician on this week's local music spotlight, The Local 913.
Rapper, Mars Jackson, originally from New York, has called Pittsburgh home for most of his life.
“Twelve six is a pitch; a baseball pitch that’s kind of a curve ball. I love baseball, so it was nice to draw it from a band name that we can also use baseball themes in our art. It comes with its own esthetic.”
Kenia Acioly-Ashby is a noted vocalist and owner of Mooka Entertainment, a production company that promotes Brazilian and Latin culture in Pittsburgh
Don Strange, front man for the group Strange Monsters, has appeared in a few different forms in recent years.
Soul Man Idasa Tariq is a rapper, an activist, a media literacy teacher and a business owner.
Dan Bubien and band perform at WYEP's Local Music Happy Hour on February 16, 2017.
Originally from Liberal, Kansas, Judith Avers found her way to Pittsburgh in 2010 for her wife’s residency and since then has been a mainstay in the close-knit songwriting community.
Pittsburgh indie rock band, Standard Broadcast just released their debut self-titled album in October.
Chrome Moses at their core are a rock and roll band – formed about ten years ago by childhood friends TJ Connelly and Joe Piacquadio (Pee-yacka-deeyo) and originally called The Wheels.
Rapper Choo Jackson, originally from Vero Beach, Florida moved up to Chambersburg, PA to pursue music
Emily Rodgers performs at WYEP's local music happy hour on January 19th, 2017.
We’re branching out to Johnstown, PA this week, where the local group The Crew of The Half Moon have just released their first album as a trio.
Until recently, Dave Hanner, the very accomplished musician, producer, songwriter and performer, had not released a solo album.
Formed by several members of the Pittsburgh band, Backstabbing Good People, Wreckloose has been catching people’s attention in the city since 2013.
For the last few weeks of 2016, we’re revisiting WYEP’s Top 5 local releases of the year. This week we focus on our #1 local album of the year from Meeting of Important People.
For the last few weeks of 2016, we’re revisiting WYEP’s Top 5 local releases of the year. This week we focus on #2 from Morgan Erina, who released her EP Lady in May of this year.
For the last few weeks of 2016, we’re revisiting WYEP’s Top 5 local releases of the year. This week we focus on #3 from Pet Clinic, who released their sophomore album No Face in 2016.
For the last few weeks of 2016, we’re revisiting WYEP’s Top 5 local releases of the year. This week we focus on #4 from The Red Western, who released two EPs simultaneously this year: Arrows and Sirens.
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