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Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls awaken Milwaukee as they close out their Be More Kind Tour at the Pabst Theatre

On Saturday October 6, Frank Turner and The Sleeping Souls made their last stop on the US Be More Kind tour, playing the historic Pabst Theatre in Milwaukee. As Turner explained, they had nothing to hold back for the last performance of the tour, a statement supported by the incredible energy of every set. Continue Reading

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Death Cab For Cutie captivate fans with a mix of nostalgia and new music from “Thank You for Today”

Death Cab for Cutie is a name you could mention to anyone born before 2002 and instantly get a look of recognition in return. Continue Reading

5 days ago

The Neighbourhood make up for slow openers in Brooklyn with an exciting show of confidence and smooth vocals

Photos by Pamela Wang, words by Ava Scott

People must have waited hours to get in the venue first, hoping to get those center barricade spots to see The Neighbourhood. Though I was an hour early to the venue, I was one of the last people to enter when doors opened at 7:00pm. I wonder if those people who had waited all day for their perfect places were disappointed that they had to wait there through not one but two opening acts before The Neighbourhood came on. Continue Reading

1 week ago

Miguel draws in a huge crowd at Seattle’s WaMu Theatre (with DVSN)

It’s harder to feel connected to an artist in larger venue settings. This was not the case at the WaMu Theater when Miguel finished off his Ascension Tour. From beginning to end the show drew you closer to each artist and the people around you.

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1 week ago

The Devil Wars Prada mix nostalgia and a new, pumped up live show in Minneapolis (with ‘68 and Fit For A King)

Honestly I can’t remember the last time I’ve been to a show at The Varsity Theatre in Minneapolis, but over the summer when I was there almost once a week it became a favorite venue of mine in the Twin Cities. Luckily for me, The Devil Wears Prada’s ten year anniversary tour for their album “With Roots Above and Branches Below” made a stop at The Varsity and brought along ‘68 and Fit For A King. Continue Reading

1 week ago

Kali Uchis sells out the Showbox SoDo in Seattle for an energetic, upbeat show

Mix sexy and spicy together and you’ll have the perfect description of a Kali Uchis show. She sold out the Showbox SoDo in Seattle, packing the place with over 1,000 fans. Continue Reading

3 weeks ago

Cherub bring infectious sounds and top-notch lighting to The Westcott in Syracuse

If you thought that there was nothing better than taking it easy on a Sunday night, you were terribly mistaken. On September 23rd at The Westcott Theater in Syracuse, NY, electro-indie duo Cherub were doing the opposite of taking it easy, and made it feel like the party of the year for everyone who said “screw you” to homework and catching up on sleep. Continue Reading

3 weeks ago

Slow Hollows, Crosslegged and Stevie Wolf bring soulful, rich sounds to Brooklyn’s Baby’s All Right

Drained after a long week, I sat on the bus thinking about the next four hours and what was to come. The facts: Slow Hollows was playing at Baby’s All Right in Brooklyn, NY. Doors, 8 pm. On the bus, the silence was peaceful yet deafening. Just me, a woman in her mid-thirties or early forties, and the bus driver. 7 pm on a Friday night. En route, a wave of nerves hit me. I had not been to a show in over two months. The silence persisted and continued to linger up until I arrived at the venue. I was home. Continue Reading

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