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Silverstein is joined by Tonight Alive, Picturesque and Broadside for a riled up show in Anaheim, CA

Fifteen years since the release of their debut album, Silverstein are still going strong — in fact, the Ontario based band just released their ninth studio album last year. As a household name for enthusiasts of the post-hardcore genre, fans both young and old lined up for the Anaheim, Calif date of Silverstein’s “Get Free” tour, and and the band proved that they’re far from finished. Continue Reading

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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

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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

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

Tennis pack the Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles amidst colorful lights and ’70s vibes

At a packed Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles, the curtains rose at exactly 10:15 to welcome Tennis. I arrived fashionably late, but managed to make my way through the excited crowd just in time to catch the Denver based indie dream pop duo’s first song, “No Exit.” Continue Reading

British/Icelandic trio Dream Wife gear up their snappy, DIY punk for shows in Los Angeles and New York in November

London-based and British/Icelandic born Dream Wife made a splash at SXSW, and now they’re returning to the United States this month for shows in Los Angeles and New York. On 11/13, they’ll play Echoplex, and on 11/16, they’ll visit Baby’s All Right in Brooklyn. Continue Reading

Los Angeles enters emo wonderland as Thrice, Circa Survive, Balance and Composure and CHON play The Shrine

You know a show is going to be good when three out of four bands on the lineup are featured on Spotify’s Emo Forever playlist. Co-headliners Circa Survive and THRICE, alongside support acts Balance and Composure and CHON, brought the entire crowd to an emo wonderland on the first of two nights playing in Los Angeles. Continue Reading

Los Angeles prepares for Tropicália Music & Taco Festival, featuring Kali Uchis, Los Tigres Del Norte and Chicano Batman

Tropicália Music & Taco Festival joins the list of must-see festivals already on LA’s roster. The extremely eclectic lineup has been drawing attention from festivalgoers from all parts of the music spectrum. Continue Reading

The Maine’s Modern Nostalgia tour kicks off in Los Angeles with Night Riots and DREAMERS

On the first night of the Modern Nostalgia tour, Arizona based The Maine proved that they could effortlessly blend together the loneliness and darkness of their latest record, Lovely Little Lonely, with the sweetness of its predecessor, American Candy. Continue Reading

England and Arkansas merge as Royal Blood and Welles play LA’s Observatory

On Sunday, the UK rock duo Royal Blood played in front of a sold out crowd at the Observatory in Santa Anna. The duo started off the night by playing “Where Are You Now?,” which is off their new record “How Did We Get So Dark”.

The band was joined by Welles, a band from Arkansas. The band played songs from there new EP “Codeine”. The sold out crowd moshed and head banged to the heavy sounds of Royal Blood. With the release of their second record the band is continuing to rise up in the music world.

Royal Blood

Royal Blood

Royal Blood

Royal Blood

Royal Blood

Welles

Welles

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