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Month: March 2017



Passenger and Paper Kites mix smooth harmonies and endearing accents at Portland show

On March 28th, English singer-songwriter and musician Micheal Rosenburg, better known as Passenger, performed at the Crystal Ballroom in Portland, OR. Continue Reading

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Five years later, Minus The Bear prove their indie-rock is just as powerful as ever at New York City show

It’s been five years since Minus The Bear released their last full-length, 2012’s Infinity Overhead, but when they played Webster Hall this week it was like they had never left the stage. Despite discussing being at a loss at how to artistically move forward prior to making the album, their live show has the same powerful, sometimes groovy, feeling as it did a decade ago. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Vince Staples and Kilo Kish prove age is not a factor at sold-out show at Philadelphia’s Union Transfer

Long Beach rapper Vince Staples packed the building on his stop through Philadelphia on March 24th at Union Transfer. Currently on his Wes Anderson-inspired “Life Aquatic Tour” with collaborator Kilo Kish, the 23-year old emcee took the sold out crowd on a voyage through his world in true hip hop form, with nothing on stage but a microphone and enough room to move. Continue Reading

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With a new look but the same insightful lyrics, Matisyahu shines on-stage in Richmond

Matisyahu’s tour made it’s stop in Richmond, VA this week at the National, and while his look may have change since he broke onto the music scene in 2004, he sure can still deliver a powerful performance. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Australian pop-rockers Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever bring their jangly, bright tunes to Brooklyn

Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever played an impressive headlining set at Baby’s All Right on Thursday night in front of a packed crowd in Brooklyn. The Australian five piece continued their American tour in style as they ran through songs from both their new EP “The French Press” as well as their mini-LP from last year.  Continue Reading

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SABA’s Bucket List Tour comes to the Songbyrd House in DC, with opener Sylvan LaCue

March 24th at Songbyrd House SABA performed to a sold out crowd of smiling faces as part of his Bucket List Tour with Miami opener Sylvan LaCue. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Little Comets display their majestic, exuberant sounds at Koko in London

There is something majestic about the sight of bubbles; their movement is both youthful and hypnotic, spreading childlike elation on all those that lay witness to its buoyancy. Tonight the melodic scope of Northeast trio Little Comets bounds beyond the stage like a million bubbles destined to reach its audience, leaving them awash with youthful exuberance and childlike euphoria. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Eisley wrap up their U.S. tour with a stop in San Francisco with a crowd-pleasing set of songs

Eisley is currently wrapping up the last week of their US tour with a stop at San Francisco’s, Bottom Of The Hill venue. Unfortunately, Zack Shaw, singer of Backwards Dancer, became ill and was unable to perform and help open for Eisley that night. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Shiny Toy Guns close out their 10-year anniversary “We Are Pilots” tour with show in Boston

Shiny Toy Guns celebrated ten years of their album “We Are Pilots” at the Brighton Music Hall in Boston on March 23rd. The California electronic rock band, composed of Sarah Faye Charnow (vocals/synth), Chad Petree (vocals/guitar), Jeremy Dawson (synth/bass), and Mikey Martin (drums), played an incredibly high energy set, complimented by dynamic lighting. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Nikki Lane promotes “Highway Queen” in Portland alongside Robert Ellis and Jonathan Tyler

On March 21st, American born country singer-songwriter Nikki Lane played the Doug Fir Lounge in Portland, OR., with openers Robert Ellis and Jonathan Tyler. Continue Reading

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