Monday, August 3, 2015

One more day of Nowadays, with RJD2

The Nowadays Festival, the indie-rock fete just up the Northeast Extension a piece in Bethlehem, Pa. is in its second and final day. Tonight's headliner is RJD2, the Philadelphia DJ and bandleader whose music you probably know even if you don't think you do.

One more day of Nowadays, with RJD2

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The Nowadays Festival, the indie-rock fete just up the Northeast Extension a piece in Bethlehem, Pa. is in its second and final day.  Tonight's headliner is RJD2, the Philadelphia DJ and bandleader whose music you probably know even if you don't think you do. (The instrumental portion of his track "A Beautiful Mine," is the Mad Men theme you're going to hear tomorrow night as you sit down for your fix of Don Draper.)

Also on today's Nowadays bill,  Philly bands Strand of Oaks, Toy Soldiers and Bleeding Rainbow, as well psych-garage rockers Night Beats, Chicago quartet Maps & Atlases, New York guitar-synth duo We Are Scientists, and more. Details of the two-stage fest, which kicks off around 5 p.m., are here. There's more about RJD2, who's pictured above, below.

Previously: Asleep at the Wheel in Sellersville Follow In The Mix on Twitter here

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