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Month: January 2019

Bring Me The Horizon play Eagle Bank Arena in Virginia in support of “Amo” (with Thrice and Fever 333)

Bring Me The Horizon stopped outside of the nation’s capital to perform with special guests Thrice and Grammy nominated Fever 333 in Fairfax, VA at Eagle Bank Arena. Fever 333 kicked the show off with a set that shows exactly why they have a Grammy nomination. Vocalist Jason Butler took off into the crowd climbing through the seats while performing their popular song “We’re Coming In.” Continue Reading

G-Eazy takes on Park City during special Sundance Film Festival show (with Dounia)

This weekend I had the incredible opportunity to shoot for G-Eazy and Dounia at Park City Live which is a music festival that takes place during the time that Sundance Film Festival occurs in Park City, Utah. Continue Reading

Emo Nite returns to St. Louis for a Fall Out Boy, Taking Back Sunday and My Chemical Romance heavy party

Emo Nite returned to St. Louis with a huge dose of nostalgia. The LA based party has been touring across the country, inviting all sad kids to join the sing-a-long. Continue Reading

Metalcore powerhouse August Burns Red tear through The National in Richmond (with Fit For A King, Miss May I and Crystal Lake)

Metalcore powerhouse August Burns Red stopped in Richmond, VA with their friends, Fit For A King, Miss May I and Crystal Lake to play for an energetic sold out crowd. Most shows with a four-band line up will usually have a slow build up in energy but this show was an exception. Continue Reading

Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness brings his Upside Down Flowers Tour to Dallas

Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness brought the Upside Down Flowers Tour to House of Blues Dallas on January 25th and included bands Flor and Grizfolk on this tour. This tour lineup is perfect as there was a big fanbase for each artist that performed. Continue Reading

An evneing of lively, passionate and engaging music with Atmosphere at Emo’s in Austin

Like any other form of art, music is a creative outlet artists turn to as a way to express their feelings. Unlike decades ago, it’s become more common for music to be distributed as a money driven product instead of an artistic creation. It now feels like a delicacy when you come across bands whom fill their words and harmonies with complete passion. With that being said, tuning into passionate artists like Atmosphere caters to the emotional needs of listeners and continues to prove how much value music can hold. Continue Reading

Interview: Arlie on rock stars, spirituality and Soundcloud rap myths

With the amount of traction that Arlie has gained in the alternative music scene, I expected them to be gaudy and polished – a stark contrast to the endearingly goofy three-person trio I had sitting in front of me. Nathaniel, Carson and Adam don’t take themselves too seriously and neither does Arlie. It was a true pleasure to experience their high-energy set and understand that the passion they have for their work exists independent of acclaim. Continue Reading

The Amity Affliction and Senses Fail co-headline Rams Head Live in Baltimore as part of the Misery Will Find You Tour

The Amity Affliction and Senses Fail’s co-headlined The Misery Will Find You Tour came to Baltimore’s Rams Head Live for a sold-out performance. Continue Reading

Calpurnia, led by Finn Wolfhard of “Stranger Things”, put on a show far beyond their years at the Dallas House of Blues

You may know Finn Wolfhard from Netflix’s “Stranger Things” and the 2017 remake of IT, but what people may not know is that Finn is a singer and guitarist in a band called Calpurnia, who I got the chance to see and photograph Thursday night at the House of Blues in Dallas. Continue Reading

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