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23-year-old viral pop star Lauv performs to a sold out crowd at Chicago’s Lincoln Hall (with Jeremy Zucker)

Lauv: a young, up-and-coming voice as we move forward into a new time in music and artistry. His first hit was “The Other”, written shortly after a break-up in 2014, which quickly went viral, gaining attention on Spotify’s “Hot 100”. Continue Reading

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Rising Soundcloud rapper Lil Xan brings total xanarchy to the Ready Room in St. Louis

On Saturday, February 17th, Lil Xan performed a sold out show at The Ready Room in St. Louis, Mo. and it was total xanarchy! Continue Reading

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Led by hit single “Him and I”, G-Eazy brings the Beautiful And Damned Tour to Dallas

G-Eazy brought his Beautiful and Damned tour to Dallas on February 17th and the fans absolutely loved it. Everyone had a blast jumping around singing at the top of their lungs. Continue Reading

2 days ago

Supporting “Landmark” at Brooklyn Steel, Hippo Campus continue their indie-rock rise (with Sure Sure)

Hippo Campus is an indie rock band from St. Paul Minnesota. The group consists of vocalist Jake Luppen, guitarist/vocals Nathan Stocker, bassist Zach Sutton, and drummer Whistler Allen. The band made their way to Brooklyn Steel January 10th, supported by California based band Sure Sure.

Sure Sure is an indie pop band from Los Angeles, California. They have been making music since 2014, and just recently released their first full length, self-titled album on January 12th. The band had solid energy, and engaged in insightful conversations with the crowd. “This is our first tour […] and we’ve been driving in a van for over 8000 miles. When you’re on the road for such a long time everything starts to look like a snack […] the fresh snow starts to look like a snack… Michael looks like a snack,” said guitarist Charlie Glick. Band member Michael responded with, “If I look like a snack, then you look like a meal,” followed by a wave of screams from the crowd. Sure Sure’s music was upbeat and fun, and got the crowd ready for Hippo Campus’ set. The last song they played titled Hands Up Head Down had a dance that accompanied it. Prior to the song the band explained how to do the dance, and it was fun to see the crowd participate.

Hippo Campus

Hippo Campus played several songs from their more recent album Landmark, and EP warm glow which came out this past September. Three songs in Nathan said, “This is already the best night of tour so far,” which was definitely a noteworthy statement since their New York show was sixth to last of tour. The crowd was pumped and did not shy away from dancing and singing along, especially during songs Little Grace and Traveler. Hippo Campus ended with their song titled Buttercup, which they dedicated to Planned Parenthood, who they partnered with during this tour.

Fans chanted for a solid two minutes for an encore before the band returned to the stage. A much deserving roar from the crowd made the guys smile, as they finished up their set with their song Violet from their 2015 EP South. They played a fantastic encore performance, which was accompanied by some crazy strobes and lots of head banging.

Hippo Campus continues to tour until mid-February. Their last stop will be in their home town St. Paul. For more information on the band check out their website at www.hippocampusband.com.

Set List:
Poems
Interlude
Suicide Saturday
Western Kids
No Pom
Little Grace
Traveler
Warm Glow
Simple Seasons
Joy
Baseball
South
Monsoon
Way It Goes
Buttercup

Encore:
Violet

Sure Sure

Sure Sure

Sure Sure

Sure Sure

Hippo Campus

Hippo Campus

Hippo Campus

Hippo Campus

Hippo Campus

Hippo Campus

Hippo Campus

Hippo Campus

Hippo Campus

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Hippie Sabotage, Azizi Gibson and Melvv take the stage at Seattle’s Showbox Sodo

Last week Hippie Sabotage took over Seattle with two sold-out nights at the Showbox SoDo. Continue Reading

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Phillip Phillips returns to Philadelphia on the Magnetic Tour, in support of “Collateral”

“I haven’t been to Philly in a while” Phillips announces only a handful of songs into the show. He proceeds to announce he’ll have a cheesesteak after the show, to which the audience, unprompted, screams suggestions of where he can find the best one in town. This exchange symbolizes a great part of the evening – a humble, talented artist and an enthusiastic audience eager to make that moment as special as possible. Continue Reading

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The MEØW Tour featuring Cashmere Cat and MØ comes to an end with a sold-out show in Seattle

The MEØW Tour made its way to a sold-out Showbox SoDo in Seattle, WA this past weekend. Continue Reading

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Roots and reggae take over Chico, CA as the Tribal Seeds perform with The Original Wailers and The Expanders

Tribal Seeds is an independent roots reggae band based out of San Diego, CA. Originally started by Steven and Tony Ray Jacobo, Tribal Seeds is currently composed of 6 musicians- notorious for circling their theme around four topics; cannabis, love, politics, and religion. The “Roots Party Tour” is following the release of their new EP titled “Roots Party,” and is being supported by the Expanders, and the Original Wailers. On the night of February 7 2018, a roots party came to Chico, CA. Continue Reading

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