E.Joseph and The Phantom Heart at The Met Lounge/Annapolis: E. Joseph & the Phantom Heart return to Annapolis to The Metro(politan) for a full set of music from their 3 releases and more! Sharing the bill with the fantastic Penny Pistolero (Alt/Country, Indie Rock - Easton, MD), and the music of Syce. =========================================== The second floor of Metropolitan Kitchen & Lounge is home to the Met Lounge. The Lounge includes its own bar as well as a 2,000 square foot venue featuring live entertainment including local and national independent and alternative music, and more. ========================= The Met Lounge offers an intimate atmosphere for experiencing live performances. The floor space offers great site lines and easy access to the bar and lounge seating area.
E.Joseph hits it solo for Gashouse Radio's 5-buck showcase! Expect songs performed recently on Gashouse Radio and some brand new songs as well.
E.Joseph and The Phantom Heart play the Ramshead in Annapolis, supporting Dwight Twilley and The Pez Band on their American PowerPop Tour!
E.Joseph and The Phantom Heart -- live at The Sellersville Theater with Tony Calato on Drums and Alan Lee on bass. EJ&PH support The Dwight Twilley Band and PezBand on their "American Power Pop" Tour.
E.Joseph solo-acoustic with guest musicians. Also on the bill: Big Damn Heroes, Old Scratch, and others guests.
Sounds Like: The Killers, The Psychedelic Furs, Echo and the Bunnymen, Editors, The Sheila Divine
Bio: First and foremost, E.Joseph and The Phantom Heart is a rock band slugging it out in an era of music trickery. There's a sonic aesthetic to their music, where amped guitar, and bass and drums lay the foundation for piano and synths to weave in and out--with relevant lyrics and distinctive bariton...See Full Bio
Posted a new song: "The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting...) Arrangement by E.Joseph" http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5dp038 #music
"Burn All the Documents" bares a feeling of urgency and immediacy, making even its slowest moments a rather energetic affair. Refreshingly familiar and excitingly modern, this latest and finely produced release from the Philadelphia-Baltimore indie rock sensation is just that good. Right from the onset of “Screw Your Head Down,” this energy is apparent as the song blazes a trail of danceable rhythms a la drummer Nick Porcaro and shimmering guitars, the vocal interplay between E. Joseph and bassist Mia Regalado full of instant appeal too enjoyable not to sing along to. The juxtaposition of male and female vocals comes across as a combination of Elvis Costello and The Pixies. Yet, all of these elements form together into a cohesive and instantly identifiable indie rock sound that is as refreshingly familiar as it is excitingly modern. Finely produced and performed, "Burn All the Documents" is not an overly fanciful or frivolous album; it’s just excellent.