Month: June 2017

Music, comedy and sci-fi fans come together at ID10T Festival in California, featuring TV On The Radio, Animal Collective and more

Chris Hardwick kicked off the first year of ID10T Fest Music Festival and Comic Conival at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, CA. ID10T Fest brought an eclectic array of creative artists from different spectrums and drew in a really unique crowd. Continue Reading

Arroyo Seco Weekend brings Mumford and Sons, Weezer, Alabama Shakes and more together in Los Angeles

Arroyo Seco Weekend took place on June 24-25. This first year festival hosted by goldenvoice took place at the rose bowl. The festival had performers like Mumford and sons, weezer, tom petty, Fitz and the tantrums, Magic Giant, The Mowglis, and many more. Day one started with a great set by the broken social Scene. The band from Toronto surprised a lot of people at the festival with a really great performance. Continue Reading

Day Wave and Blonder bring synth-pop and indie rock sounds to Los Angeles’ El Rey

Last night, Day Wave returned to Los Angeles with Blonder and Dear Boy with a celestial performance at the El Rey. Following his first album release last May, Day Wave, also known as Jackson Philips, had a full backing band who brought the indie rock songs to life as fans were mesmerized. Continue Reading

The Last Internationale recover from a broken-into van with a charismatic show in Brooklyn

As the sun began to set on Brooklyn, NY the lights were just going on at Rough Trade NYC. What proceeded was a night of inventive musicians and passionate fans coming together to share a unique moment. Continue Reading

Assuming We Survive and Icon For Hire wrap the second leg of the You Can’t Kill Us Tour in Minneapolis

American rock band Icon For Hire wrapped up the second leg of the You Can’t Kill Us Tour this past weekend at the Triple Rock Social Club in Minneapolis, in support of their November 2016 independent release “You Can’t Kill Us.” Southern California pop-punk band Assuming We Survive and Montreal based electronic rock band October Sky opened on the tour, although October Sky did not play at the Minneapolis date. Continue Reading

Conveyer release their new record at The Garage alongside Creep Colony, Church Tongue, Unturned, Nanashi and Infinite Me

Wisconsin hardcore band Conveyer finished their first national tour in support of their new record “No Future,” which was released on June 23. The band played a record release show at The Garage in Burnsville, MN, with Creep Colony, Church Tongue, Unturned, Nanashi, and Infinite Me as opening support. Continue Reading

Bad Suns and The Chain Gang of 1974 play a riff-heavy late-night show at The Fonda Theatre

It’s a Friday night and the Fonda Theater in Los Angeles is sold out and packed with all types of people eager to see Bad Suns. Now picture that, but two nights in two weeks. Continue Reading

Mipso jam on stage while jammed-packed Slim’s twirl to narrative melodies

Joseph Terrell of Mipso (guitars, vocals) asked me what stood out about their show at Slim’s on Friday, why I enjoyed it so much. Over the phone, I said, because it looked like you guys we’re having so much fun on stage, we could feel it too. Continue Reading

Tigers Jaw, Saintseneca and Smidley join forces for a fun and enthusiastic show at Webster Hall

Foxing singer Conor Murphy’s new indie rock band Smidley opened up the show with fun, relatable lyrics and wild stage presence. The audience was filling in steadily as they played and everyone who got to experience the set was almost as enthusiastic as the band. Continue Reading

Dead & Company, featuring Bob Weir and John Mayer, bring the music of the Grateful Dead to life in Bristow, VA

The experience of a Dead & Company concert doesn’t start within the venue when the band takes the stage but instead starts as soon as you pull into the parking lot. The band’s faithful followers pack into the parking lot first thing and you see an array of tie dyed shirts as people fly their Grateful Dead Flags and sell their variety of handmade goods and garments. Continue Reading

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