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Month: February 2020



Veteran hip-hop duo Atmosphere visit Portland’s Roseland Theater in support of “Whenever”

As part of their “The Wherever Tour”, Atmosphere stopped by Portland’s Roseland Theater on February 21, 2020. This performance was in tandem with the recent release of their newest studio album “Whenever”. Certified veterans in the hip-hop game, this is their seventh album and certainly not their last. Continue Reading

Loose Buttons play a sold-out show at The Dance in celebration of their debut album

To celebrate the release of their debut album, Something Better, Loose Buttons played a sold-out show at The Dance in NYC with support from Been Stellar and Stolen Jars.

As a follower of the band since late 2017, it has been amazing to see how much they have grown. The first time I saw Loose Buttons perform was at Alphaville, a small bar in Brooklyn. Since then, they’ve performed at various venues in the NYC area including, Mercury Lounge, Elsewhere Zone One, and Baby’s All Right. As New York natives, the band has developed a strong sense of community with other local DIY artists, and their presence within the NYC music scene and neighboring communities strengthen with every show they play.

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Korn, Breaking Benjamin and Bones (UK) fill the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul with anthemic rock

Winter in Minnesota usually means there’s a small break for me when it comes to show coverage. This break has typically ended in February, and this year was no different. I found myself making the trek into downtown Saint Paul to the Xcel Energy Center to cover Bones (UK), Breaking Benjamin, and Korn. Continue Reading

2 weeks ago

Motion City Soundtrack pack the House of Blues in Anaheim with an all-ages crowd (with Arms Akimbo)

Motion City Soundtrack played a packed House of Blues Anaheim on January 23rd with support from Arms Akimbo and Mom Jeans. Their show described by someone who’s never seen them (in one word)? Amazing. The large crowd was especially diverse in age, with seasoned fans mixing with those young enough to have just finished kindergarten at the time of Commit This To Memory’s 2005 release. Continue Reading

3 weeks ago
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