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Month: February 2017



Wilco plays a musically sonic Winterlude for four sold-out nights at the famed Chicago Theater

Grammy Award winning Wilco gives their hometown a flawless musical night ranging from melodic eloquence to deafening indignation, and everything in between. Wilco started the evening with 3 songs from their latest release Schmilco, then gave the world renowned theater a 360 degree dive into the talented sextet’s catalog of roots, alt, pop, and rock sound.  

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Photos and Interview: White Lies and Alex Cameron visit the O2 Academy in Sheffield

Last month, we reviewed and interviewed White Lies as they visited New York City. This week, they continued their tour in Sheffield, with a stop at O2 Academy with Alex Cameron. Continue Reading

3 years ago

Vince Staples kicks off his Life Aquatic Tour with a bass-heavy show in San Diego

Vince Staples really knows how to hype a crowd. The entire night he was spitting fire in his verses. The bass was hard enough to shake your soul and his hip-hop vibe is surely one to get you in a fun-energetic mood! Continue Reading

3 years ago

Electric Guest returns from long hiatus with energetic, funky set at Portland’s Wonder Ballroom

On February 23rd, Los Angeles-based band, Electric Guest, played the Wonder Ballroom on Portland, OR with opener, Nine Pound Shadow. Electric Guest played new tracks from their recently released album, Plural, including hits ‘Dear to Me’ and ‘Back for Me’. Continue Reading

3 years ago

Hazel English helps kick off San Francisco’s Noise Pop Festival with show at The Rickshaw Stop

Noise Pop Festival’s 25th Anniversary kicked off this week with a lot of great shows happening in various locations around San Francisco and Oakland. On Tuesday night, Hazel English was joined at The Rickshaw Stop by an amazing lineup of bands. Having always been a big supporter of women in the music industry, this was a night to enjoy all the female leads that were hitting the Rickshaw Stop stage. Continue Reading

3 years ago

MUNA prove they matter even more than they know at sold-out Bowery Ballroom show (with Lo Moon)

On the same night that President Trump lifted protections for trans students in school bathrooms, MUNA sold out the Bowery Ballroom. MUNA, a band that has requested venue restrooms be gender neutral and omits gender pronouns from their lyrics, stood on stage confident and proud. Singing to 600 energetic fans, MUNA proved that while civil liberties may be at risk, the resistance is strong. Continue Reading

3 years ago

Seasoned vets G-Love & Special Sauce bring their funky, alternative sound to Austin’s Scoot Inn

Twenty-six years and eight studio albums later, G-Love and Special Sauce are still dippin’ their hip-hop harmonics into today’s music scene. Continue Reading

3 years ago

Interview and photos: SHVPES talk touring with Trivium and Sikth after their London show

Trivium, SHVPES and Sikth are currently tearing through Europe on a two-month long tour, making stops in Ireland, France, Germany and more to play their loud, growling music. The massive, 33-date run will kicked off in Dublin on 11th February and included a night at the Roundhouse in London, where we caught up with SHVPES between shows.

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3 years ago

Angel Olsen nears end of her mesmerizing national tour with San Francisco show

Angel Olsen was joined by Chris Cohen for the first night of her two sold out shows at the historic Fillmore Theater in San Francisco. The venue was packed with fans of all ages, many of who were excited to see her play live for the first time. Continue Reading

3 years ago

Interview: Lewis Knaggs of Lullaby on their new single, studio life and loud live shows

Hailing from north London, let your ears ring to the sound of the awesome new rock band Lullaby. With the recent release of their infectious new track “Animal” and a handful of shows on the horizon, we caught up with lead singer Lewis Knaggs and discussed what it was like recording in the studio and what can we expect from the boys in 2017.

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