Month: October 2018

Interview: Yoshi Flower talks collaborations, life on the road and “AMERICAN RAVER”

Yoshi Flower is a fresh new addition to the Interscope Records family, and it’s definitely a welcome one. With an aura of honesty, he covers topics that are important to him in a way that not many others can do. Nothing he does is for popularity or attention. The love of music and creating is all Yoshi Flower needs. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Badflower dress up for Halloween at 100.3’s Monster Ball in Little Rock, Arkansas

October 29th, 2018, two days before Halloween, Little Rock, Arkansas’ local rock radio station 100.3 The Edge hosted their annual Monster Ball. This year, Los Angeles rock band Badflower headlined the show. Opening for them were local bands Stays In Vegas and Slick Grip. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Festival Recap: With Paul McCartney, Travis Scott, Janelle Monae and close to a dozen local acts lead the way at Austin City Limits Weekend Two

Photos by Brian Benton and Ryan Rose
Words by Ryan Rose

As another summer of festivals comes to an end, the legendary Austin City Limits continues to exceed music lovers expectations and be one of the most seamless, well-planned, talent-filled festivals. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Allen Stone delivers a heartwarming, intimate performance in Austin, TX

The warmth that emanates from Allen Stone’s precious lungs melts me into a puddle, has me feeling weak with love. The grungy, styled soul singer from Chewelah, Washington delivered a heartwarming performance to Austin, TX Saturday night.  Continue Reading

2 years ago

The Struts debut new music at Temple Live in Fort Smith, Arkansas (with Spirit Animal)

On the evening of October 25th, 2018, The Struts headlined their first Arkansas show at Temple Live in Fort Smith, Ark.. Along with them came New York band Spirit Animal as the opening act. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Garbage sells out the Lincoln Theatre in D.C. as they tour in celebration of the 20th anniversary of “Version 2.0”

The Scottish-American band Garbage has been touring on their 20th anniversary tour for the Grammy nominated album Version 2.0. The band played the first of its two-nights at the historic Lincoln Theatre in Washington, D.C., to a sold out crowd. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Hozier’s North American tour comes to an end with two sold-out shows at Portland’s Roseland Theater

On October 20th, Irish singer-songwriter, Andrew Hozier-Byrne (better known as Hozier), played Portland, OR’s Roseland Theater. Hozier was accompanied by the Irish acoustic folk band, O Deer.  Continue Reading

2 years ago

Interview: Jeremy Zucker on his headlining tour, playing UNO and his new EP “summer”

Jeremy Zucker is a powerhouse artist – he sings, writes, and produces. Last time Jeremy was in Seattle he was opening up for Lauv. This time, he’s dropping by on his first headlining tour. Every single date sold out. Jeremy has been gaining traction quickly after his single “all the kids are depressed” went viral. We caught up with him before his show in Seattle. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls awaken Milwaukee as they close out their Be More Kind Tour at the Pabst Theatre

On Saturday October 6, Frank Turner and The Sleeping Souls made their last stop on the US Be More Kind tour, playing the historic Pabst Theatre in Milwaukee. As Turner explained, they had nothing to hold back for the last performance of the tour, a statement supported by the incredible energy of every set. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Death Cab For Cutie captivate fans with a mix of nostalgia and new music from “Thank You for Today”

Death Cab for Cutie is a name you could mention to anyone born before 2002 and instantly get a look of recognition in return. Continue Reading

2 years ago
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