Month: January 2018

Anthrax and Killswitch Engage co-headline a night of intense rage at The National in Richmond (with Havok)

The Killthrax Tour made its stop in Richmond, Va., where fans eagerly waited in the cold rain, lining up around the block to get the best spot in the venue to see Killswitch Engage and one of Metal’s big four legends, Anthrax, who were supported by Denver’s thrash metal band Havok. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Young indie-rock trio Wallows play their whole catalogue (and a few covers at Chop Suey) in Seattle

The indie-rock trio Wallows performed at Chop Suey in Seattle, WA for stop number four of their first tour. They only have four songs out, but the crowd was packed with people. You could visibly see Braeden grow more confident as the set list progressed. Continue Reading

2 years ago

German folk-pop duo Milky Chance hug fans and send chills up spines at New York’s Hammerstein Ballroom

Milky Chance is a German, folk-pop duo consisting of lead vocalist Clemens Rehbein, DJ and producer Philipp Dausch, and guitarist/harmonica player Antonio Greger (live). Rehbein and Dausch have known each other since high school. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Hippo Campus play songs from 2017’s “Landmark” Portland’s Crystal Ballroom (with Sure Sure)

On January 20th, indie rock band, Hippo Campus, played Portland, OR’s Crystal Ballroom. Hippo Campus was accompanied by alt rock band, Sure Sure. Hippo Campus played several tracks songs from their 2017 released album, “Landmark”, including “Way It Goes” and “Simple Season”. Hippo Campus’ upbeat guitar riffs mixed with the bandmates high energy had the whole crowd bouncing and grooving during their set. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Sir Sly play songs from “Don’t You Worry, Honey,” opening for K. Flay at The Fonda Theater in LA

Sir Sly is an indie pop band from Los Angeles, California. The band is fronted by vocalist Landon Jacobs alongside pianist Jason Suwito, and drummer Hayden Coplen. In support of headliner K.Flay, the band kicked off their tour last week in Southern California. Last Friday night’s performance at The Fonda was Sir Sly’s second show, and despite the early tour hiccups, it was a great precursor to K.Flay’s set. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Say Anything sell out two dates at Irving Plaza on their In Defense Anniversary Tour

After a series of cancelled shows due to illness, Say Anything’s first night back on their In Defense Anniversary Tour brought the house down. Every song, the audience rang out in full volume every lyric. Several time throughout the night, frontman Max Bemis would stop singing entirely and let the crowd of doting fans finish, what seemed like, whole stanzas of lyrics for him. Continue Reading

2 years ago
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