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Month: April 2017



The Pretty Reckless show off their matured, bluesy new tracks at Richmond, VA show

The Pretty Reckless and Them Evils joined forces at The National in Richmond, VA for a night of heavy, hard rock. Continue Reading

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North Coast Music Festival’s 2017 lineup features Deadmau5, STS9 and Skepta, and is probably their best ever

 North Coast Music Festival has released the lineup for its 2017 event, happening Sept. 1-3 in Union Park.

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LANY bring smooth, dreamy vibes (and a bouquet of roses) to the stage in Santa Ana

A LANY song is one of a kind, and their shows are nothing short of that. Playing a sold-out show to an eager crowd at the Observatory in Santa Ana, Calif., LA based alternative/indie gems Machineheart kicked off the night. Machineheart embody the cotton candy clouds and constant sunshine of Los Angeles, and brought that essence onto the stage with them. Continue Reading

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Blame Candy perform a glittery, glam-rock set at the aptly named American Beauty Bar in New York City

The sparkly rock gods have returned to New York! Four-piece band, Blame Candy, consists of Chris Greatti (lead vocalist/guitar), Aaron Deming (guitar), Ryan Wheeler (bass), and Sam Palombo (drums). Continue Reading

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Rise Against get personal, intimate and political at live-streamed House of Vans show

Rise Against played to a small, packed Brooklyn crowd on Monday, debuting songs from upcoming album Wolves and pleasing fans with classic tracks like “Savior” and “Hero of War” and “Re-Education (Through Labor).” Continue Reading

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Surfer Blood bring free-spirited surfer vibes to Brooklyn for Music Hall of Williamsburg show

Energetic, exciting, laid back, and free-spirited; Surfer Blood rocked the Music Hall of Williamsburg last Thursday night. Continue Reading

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STS9 bring their famous light show and instrumental electronic-rock to Boston’s House of Blues

The instrumental electronic collective STS9 rocked out the House of Blues Boston this past Thursday. Continue Reading

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At Webster Hall, Clean Bandit and Zara Larsson show they are artists in transition, just drastically different ones

Starley, Zara Larsson and Clean Bandit represent the three different appraoches to pop-music. The first, who opened a stellar night of music at Webster Hall in New York City, has a hit in “Call On Me” and is rolling with it. She’s 29, and graceful with the aura of a seasoned veteran. Zara Larsson had her first break on Swedish talent show Talang and now, at just 19, has more platinum singles and 100,000,000 hit videos than most pop-stars ever will. And then there’s Clean Bandit, who’s classical-pop crossover sound has tilted more towards the latter in the past few years. Continue Reading

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Even with a broken ankle, Dave Bayley and Glass Animals bring funk, fun and trippy vibes to Pomona

Glass Animals played a post-Coachella show at the Fox Theater in Pomona on Tuesday. Jagwar Ma opened up the night by playing songs like “Come Save Me” and “O B 1″,” bringing vibes almost as funky and groovy as the headliners. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Two Door Cinema Club make a stop in Portland between Coachella sets for highly anticipated Roseland Theater show

Two Door Cinema Club is a band I have been listening to since they released their debut album Tourist History seven years ago. However, I’ve never had the chance to see them live, not to mention they haven’t played in Portland for years. Fresh off their Coachella performance during weekend one, they returned to Portland on April 17th for a highly anticipated show at the Roseland Theater. Right when I walked in I noticed how decked out all of the fans were in the band’s merch, which is always cool to see at a show. Not to mention it was a sold out show, so the venue was packed! Continue Reading

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