Pittsburgh Artist of the Week

Each week, WYEP features a local Pittsburgh artists you should check out. Click on the images below to see each artist and hear their interview with Morning Mix host Joey Spehar. 

Photo: Josh Massie


Legendary Pittsburgh punk band Anti-Flag has been around for almost 30 years. In that time they’ve learned that, though activism doesn’t necessarily change the world immediately, the changes inevitably come.

Pittsburgh Artist of the Week: Anti-Flag


James Wolff has been social distancing since before it was official. Wolff doesn’t get to play out too much, but he’s OK with that.

“I had a house in Lawrenceville, but I had to get out. The city, I feel like it was taking years off my life, so I got a little cabin outside of the city,” says James Wolff.

It’s been a few years since we’ve heard something new from Morgan Erina, but she’s back thanks, in part, to her new producer, Jake Hanner.


Victor Abendano is no Lord Byron, but has always loved writing – even when it was poems for girls when he was in high school.


Pittsburgh band Short Fictions' latest album deals with a lot of Pittsburgh-centric issues.


Ben Orrvick likes to write about himself in a way that can appeal to others.


Pittsburgh musician Jon Bindley sees a lot of similarities between country and hip-hop music.


INEZ wants people to feel hopeful after hearing her music.


SPISH is a Pittsburgh band that really loves to create fully immersive musical experiences.