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Month: December 2017



LCD Soundsystem is still trying to wake up as their 22 show Brooklyn Steel run comes to an end

William Miller, a prosperous 18th-century farmer, went from regional obscurity to national notoriety when he claimed that the Earth would be scorched in flames by the Second Coming of Jesus. With a penchant for detail, he provided a specific date for impending hellfire and brimstone: October 22nd, 1844. His followers, earnest and devout, draped themselves in white and gathered on rooftops, believing that higher ground will bring them closer to their personal rapture. Continue Reading

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Macklemore lights up the Key Arena in Seattle for unforgettable back-to-back hometown shows

Macklemore lit up Key Arena with fire last night. It was incredible. Something special happens when an artist returns home. He was greeted with a powerful sound full of love from over 10,000 fans – and this was only night one. Macklemore sold out two back-to-back performance dates at the arena to end his Gemini Tour. He has sold the arena out five times. Continue Reading

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The Drums close out a national tour with three shows at The Observatory in Santa Ana

“Abysmal Thoughts” fully encompasses The Drums’ distinct, 1980s-inspired indie/alternative sound and visuals. Frontman Jonny Pierce appears on stage in a one piece that has his name plastered on the front and the name of the new album plastered on the back, along with the hair and dance moves to go along with it. Continue Reading

1 year ago

Phoebe Bridgers heads home for the holidays to perform at LA’s newly renovated Masonic Lodge

Set in a newly renovated Masonic Lodge, Phoebe Bridgers lived up to all of her rookie album of the year hype and charmed everyone fortunate enough to be in the Lodge Room with her Saturday night. A graduate of Los Angeles County High School of the Performing Arts, Bridger all of 23 years old, felt right at home at the Highland Park show a one off show before going on tour in early 2018. Continue Reading

1 year ago

Interview and Live Photos: Petit Biscuit talks pump-up songs, birthdays and CGI before show at Chicago’s Concord Music Hall

Petit Biscuit, born Mehdi Benjelloun, is an 18-year-old French DJ and tropical house producer, who released his debut album, Presence, in November 2017. He performed his classical and electronic inspired music at Chicago’s Concord Music Hall this week, and also spoke with us about his inspirations, musical roots and favorite pump-up song before the show. Continue Reading

1 year ago

Loose Buttons headline a night of good vibes in Brooklyn with All-caps LADD and B.Miles

New York natives, Loose Buttons, performed alongside All-caps LADD and B.Miles at Alphaville in Brooklyn on November 30th. I had never been to the small Bushwick bar before. With its quirks (intensely graffitied bathroom, and hanging photo of Lana Del Rey surrounded by fairy lights) and happy hour chicken nuggets, it proved to be quite a cool place to hold last Thursday night’s show. Continue Reading

1 year ago

Pop-rap duo Jack and Jack bring out fans to the Showbox on a cold Seattle night

Jack and Jack are a pop-rap duo that has come a long way since their beginnings on Vine. Hundreds of fans were waiting outside in the cold Seattle weather to see the two perform at The Showbox. They are joined by Olivia O’Brien who performed songs off her new album, It’s Not That Deep. Before she came on stage a fan was gathering girls together and telling them, “We have to sing super loud to every song. I want her to feel so loved.” Continue Reading

1 year ago

The Barr Brothers charm and enchant Sixth and I Synagogue in D.C. (with Nathan Moore)

The Sixth and I Historic Synagogue might have just been the perfect DC venue for what turned out to be a simplistically beautiful concert. Nathan Moore and the Barr Brothers both heavily folk based groups were able to shine and make a building with high ceilings and greater implications feel intimate and warm. Continue Reading

1 year ago

ODESZA bring out all their friends at sold out show in Chicago (with Sofi Tukker)

Dramatic lights and a powerful bass dazzled and resonated around the room as smoke and confetti cannons rained over crowded during last week’s ODESZA show at UIC Pavilion. The chillwave electropop duo played a sensational set at the sold out show. Not a single attendee was sitting down from start to end, with an arena full of light, color, and dancing. Throughout the show, ODESZA brought out a lineup of guests from their latest album, “A Moment Apart”, that included WYNNE, Naomi Wild, and Leon Bridges. The tour brought together ODESZA’s hits from previous albums as well as newer chart topping songs. Continue Reading

1 year ago

Cannibal Corpse tear down Irving Plaza in New York City, 30 years into their career

Cannibal Corpse tore down Irving Plaza Wednesday night to celebrate the release of their newest record “Red Before Black”. After almost 30 years of being one of the biggest names in death metal, they are still grinding out insane and fresh content, which is impressive to say the least. Continue Reading

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