Triangle interviews synth pop artist Penguin Prison

The Triangle chats with Penguin Prison, a multifaceted New York musician who is on the heels of releasing his sophomore album spring of 2015. For those who are unaware of Penguin Prison, if we were to make mainstream comparisons, Chromeo would be the perfect counterpart. Take a listen to “Multi-Millionaire” or… Continued

Misterwives sits down for an interview at Made in America

Budweiser’s Made in America Festival set up shop in Philadelphia Aug. 30-31 for the third year in a row, on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. The prominent two-day music festival, which also took place simultaneously in Los Angeles for the first time this year, drew in an eclectic crowd of fans… Continued

Ryan Beatty sits down with Triangle during Lollapalooza

Lollapalooza, a three-day music festival on its 10th installment, took place Aug. 1-3 at Chicago’s iconic Grant Park. The sold-out festival wrangled in more than 100,000 concertgoers per day, including President Barack Obama’s daughter, Malia. Fans traveled from near and far to catch a glimpse of some of their favorite… Continued

Sweetlife festival features Foster the People, Bastille

There was no reason to be crammed in the house watching repeat episodes of “House of Cards” on Netflix this past weekend. From Drexel’s Spring Jam with Krewella to the Sweetlife Festival, there was a ton of entertaining things to do in the Tristate area. On May 10, Sweetgreen, the… Continued

Dragons get dirty at Tough Mudder

Nearly 21,000 athletes, including a handful of Drexel University students, participated June 1 and 2 in Tough Mudder, an intense 10-12 mile military-style obstacle course built to test participants’ strength, stamina, mental grit and camaraderie, in Lehigh Valley, Pa. Spread throughout hundreds of acres of land on Jaindl Farms were… Continued

Jersey Skate and Surf music festival returns after hiatus

You know summer is around the corner when you’re sitting on the edge of your seat waiting for your favorite festival’s tickets to go on sale. With the weather warming up, one of New Jersey’s most prominent music festivals is ready to bring all your favorite artists and bands to… Continued

Andy Grammer keeps his head up at the TLA

Headlining his first U.S. tour, singer-songwriter Andy Grammer dropped by Philadelphia’s popular go-to venue, the Theater of Living Arts, April 3 to belt out some of his favorite hits. Grammer, who has been traveling from city to city to promote his self-titled debut album, put on an unforgettable show for… Continued

YouTube star Ryan Beatty prepares for debut

Nowadays, YouTube has become the go-to place when in search of the next big thing. For pop artist Ryan Beatty, that’s exactly where he got his break. The 17-year-old singer from Clovis, Calif., who was discovered on the popular video-sharing website, performed to a sold-out crowd of screaming teenagers and… Continued