FIDLAR bring angst, guitars and confetti to the Fox Theater in Pomona, CA

Creating an apocalyptic wasteland composed of confetti, glistening electric guitars, and just the right amount of angst, FIDLAR brought their surf/garage/punk rock essence to Pomona, Calif. on a Saturday night. Though any new music releases have been hidden under the radar since the release of their sophomore album Too in 2015, FIDLAR’s fanbase has been growing and still as supportive as ever. Continue Reading

7 days ago

Vince Staples brings intense and heavy atmospheric vibes to The Pageant in St. Louis

The house lights turned off and a countdown timer was displayed on the LED backdrop and set the crowd in a roar. When the clock hit 00:00:00, Vince casually strolled onto the stage, wearing black head to toe, along with a bulletproof vest. Continue Reading

1 week ago

Artist to watch Ella Vos continues her first ever North American tour with shows in New York this week

Ella Vos, the L.A.-based pop singer behind the super sultry and heavily-remixed “White Noise,” is a week into her first ever North American tour, with upcoming dates in New York, Chicago, Seattle and California. This week, she’ll play two shows in New York City, first at The Bowery Ballroom on March 8 and then the next night at Rough Trade in Brooklyn. Continue Reading

2 weeks ago

ZZ Ward commands the stage at Seattle’s Showbox Market (with Billy Raffoul and Black Pistol Fire)

Saturday in Seattle was especially exciting this weekend as ZZ Ward stopped by the Showbox Market and was supported by Billy Raffoul and Black Pistol Fire. Continue Reading

2 weeks ago

Two Feet performs sensual, mellow, electronic tunes at the Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn

Bill Dess, who goes by the stage name Two Feet, is a singer song-writer from New York City. His sensual, mellow sound enforces electronic beats, and has a jazz/blues influence. February 16th Two Feet and opener Absofacto performed at the Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, New York. Continue Reading

2 weeks ago

Austin, Texas’s MISSIO mix dark synths with alternative pop at The Sinclair in Boston

Missio put on a show at The Sinclair in Cambridge, MA on February 27th that was loud, emotional, and vulgar in all the right ways. The band, hailing from Austin Texas, mentioned they were taking a risk by doing a headlining tour while still in the process of gaining popularity. But one could tell from the turnout of the crowd and their energy on a Tuesday night that it was a risk worth taking. Continue Reading

2 weeks ago

Singer-songwriter powerhouse Phoebe Bridgers plays DC’s Rock & Roll Hotel on her first national headlining tour

Singer-songwriter powerhouse Phoebe Bridgers is in the midst of her first national headlining tour, and I had the privilege for the second time in three months and once again the performance didn’t fall short. Even amidst an allergy attack Bridgers’ charm and voice were able to shine through and make for a wonderful night for all at the very intimate Rock and Roll Hotel in DC. Continue Reading

2 weeks ago

Lights brings a big crowd and colorful, strobe-heavy stage show to Irving Plaza in New York City

I arrived to the Lights show right on time and I ended up still missing the first act because of the massive, block wrapping line she had at her show at Irving Plaza, Monday night. Continue Reading

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