Vegan Mustache Jazz: Weekend Playlist by Colin Phils

by | Jun 7, 2019 | MUSIC

Every Friday night, RVA Mag introduces you to yet another outstanding playlist curated by Virginia’s most influential artists, musicians, and institutions.

This time around, we’ve got a playlist from Colin Phils, a Richmond math-rock band with roots in Korea and a name that it took me six months to realize was a reference to the drummer for Genesis.

This Saturday, the inaugural POST RVA Fest, a one-day showcase of 15 post-rock, math-rock, and complex indie bands, mostly from the Richmond area, will come to the Broadberry. Members of Colin Phils have curated the entire thing, and on their excellent mix, they give us a perfect introduction to the vast majority of the bands playing the event, along with some classic math-rock, post-rock, emo, and indie tunes that are sure to brighten up your weekend. Grab your POST RVA Fest tickets here, and get ready for a full day of mind-expanding melodies.

Add it up, Virginia.

Open this playlist from mobile in your Spotify app HERE.

Music Sponsored By Graduate Richmond

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