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Month: December 2016



On the road and behind the scenes of the Mermaid Gang Tour with Peter $un, Felly, Tut and Gypsy Burns

Peter $un joined Felly’s Mermaid Gang Tour for three dates in the south bringing with him a small team, including me to capture his journey. The three days began with a show in Virginia Beach. While several people warned Felly against performing at the beach in winter the nights turn out of adoring fans would suggest otherwise. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Pop-punk legends Yellowcard sell-out Leeds University Union on international farewell tour

December 20th brought pop punk legends Yellowcard to Leeds University Union for their sold out farewell tour. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Thirdstory bring their YouTube channel to life with show at Baby’s All Right in Brooklyn

Elliott Skinner, Richard Saunders, and Ben Lusher, who make up Thirdstory, visited Brooklyn’s Baby’s All Right this week to showcase their soul/folk tunes. The band first found success with a popular YouTube cover of Sam Smith’s “I’m Not The Only One,” which was included in the Brooklyn set. Continue Reading

3 years ago

Against The Current get personal at intimate show in Detroit, MI with Beach Weather and CRUISR

Alternative band, Against The Current ended the North American leg of their tour in Detroit, MI. Multiple of dedicated fans lined up in the freezing cold to watch this band perform alongside their supporting acts, Beach Weather and CRUISR. Continue Reading

3 years ago

Björk, Aphex Twin, Travis Scott, Mykki Blanco and Run The Jewels lead Houston’s Day For Night Festival

It may be the middle of winter, but festival season was alive and well in Hoston last weekend for the two-day Day For Night Festival. Continue Reading

3 years ago

Rooney throw a holiday bash with a hint of nostalgia in Los Angeles

When I saw that Rooney was playing in LA, it immediately peaked my interest. The idea of seeing a band that reminded me of those crucial middle/high school years excited me, and I was ready to relive the early 2000’s all over again. Although Rooney still plays and produces music, those were the years that Rooney was relevant to me and I was ready to bring on the nostalgia! Continue Reading

3 years ago

Black Tiger Sex Machine, Kai Wachi, Riot bring heavy-hitting sets to El Rey Theater in LA

This weekend, Black Tiger Sex Machine (BTSM), a high energy dubstep trio from Montreal, played the El Rey Theater in Los Angeles. With supporting acts, Kai Wachi, and Riot, the former of which played his first show in LA, they brought amazing sounds to the theater and moved the large crowd to dance. Continue Reading

3 years ago

You Won’t brings revolutionary instruments to Washington DC

The only thing that could have made the You Won’t show on Wednesday night at the Black Cat in DC better was if they came onstage wearing the Revolutionary War era garb from their album cover. On tour for Revolutionaries, the band brought a lively, entertaining and sonically refreshing performance to the Backstage room on 14th Street. Continue Reading

3 years ago

Atreyu end their Long Live comeback tour with back to back shows at The Observatory

The former reigning kings of metalcore Atreyu are back on tour, supporting their aptly name new release Long Live. The band from Orange County formed in 1998, and their current reunion has been in talks since 2014. The crowd was energetic, with several people coming to see Atreyu for the second time in as many nights, as the band played back to back shows at the Observatory in Los Angeles. Continue Reading

3 years ago

Soul Asylum bring out throwback jams and new cuts at hometown show in Minneapolis

Soul Asylum, best known for their 1993 alt-rock hit “Runaway Train” played a hometown show in Minneapolis this week. The band played cuts from their lengthy career, as well as tunes from their recently released album Change of Fortune. Continue Reading

3 years ago
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