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Month: July 2017



At Warped Tour, Dallas’ hot weather doesn’t stop Barb Wire Dolls, American Authors, Andy Black and more

Nearing towards the end of the tour, Vans Warped Tour stops by Dallas, Texas at the Starplex Pavillion. The 103° heat, which has apparently been one of the most uncomfortable weather conditions on the tour according to one band, didn’t stop thousands of people from having a great time and piling in the pit to hear their favorite bands. Continue Reading

2 years ago

The Gin Blossoms bring throwback tracks to The Paramount, plus Van Morrison and Johnny Cash covers

Throwback Thursday was in full effect when the Gin Blossoms played The Paramount in Huntington, NY. And they brought some local talent to entertain the crowd before they took the stage. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Jagwar Ma warm up for Panorama Festival with a bouncy, energetic and trippy Bowery Ballroom set

I recently described Jagwar Ma as similar to Tame Impala, which a disservice to both. The night before Tame Impala headline the second day of Panorama Festival in New York, Jagwar Ma played a day one after party at The Bowery Ballroom, much bouncier, bigger and brighter than their Australian psych-rock counterparts. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Sylvan Esso are joined by Middle Kids for their third Brooklyn show of the summer

Slyvan Esso played their third Brooklyn show of the summer this week, filling the Prospect Park Bandshell for a Celebrate Brooklyn benefit show. The packed venue felt even fuller than usual as young fans swayed, bounced and grooved to the Durham, North Carolina duo’s synthy rhythms. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Woods perform alongside The Yawns and Wooden Wand in Richmond, VA

On July 12th Richmond favorites, Woods, performed a show at Strange Matter along with touring opener, The Yawns, and Richmond locals’ Wooden Wand. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Baltimore: Get ready for Moonrise, one of the best EDM festival line-ups of the summer

If you’ve been to an EDM festival in the past five years or so, there’s a good shot you’ve seen Tiesto, Armin Van Buuren, and David Guetta. You’ve probably seen Diplo and Dillon Francis, too. Moonrise, by moving slightly away from the norm, built a better EDM line-up. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Dashboard Confessional and the All American Rejects continue their summer tour of throwbacks in Minnesota

Nearly halfway through their summer tour, Florida indie rock band Dashboard Confessional made a stop at The Myth in Maplewood, MN this past weekend where the band played a spectacular and emotive show. The summer tour, which is about a month long, also features
Oklahoma based rock band the All American Rejects and Minnesota rock band The Social Animals, with indie rock band The Main joining the tour near the end of July. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Algiers plays to a sold out Baby’s All Right alongside Moon Diagrams and Eaters

Algiers brought their politically charged industrial soul to a long sold out show at Baby’s All Right last night. With a raucous and enervating live show, including a smashed tamborine, Algiers ripped through their set. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Logic brings peace, love and positivity to Houston, with Joey Bada$$

“Everyone’s Tour” made a stop Friday night at Revention Center in Houston, Texas. Supporting act Joey Bada$$ opened up the sold-out show, hyping up the crowd for what would be a night full of surprises. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Davey Havok and Anthony Green triumphantly lead A.F.I. and Circa Survive respectively at St. Louis show

On Friday, July 21, AFI (A Fire Inside) and Circa Survive co-headlined an epic show at The Pageant in Saint Louis. Personally, I grew up listening to these guys, and the show was nothing less of nostalgic. I was immediately transported back to high school, driving around in my Ford Focus, head banging with friends. Continue Reading

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