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Bad Suns turn Brooklyn Steel into a house party, complete with balloons and crowd surfing (with Charlie Hanson)

Whenever an L.A. band rolls into town, I get a strong urge to go and see them perform. It’s like a part of me desires the connection in order to curb the homesickness I occasionally get. Los Angeles natives, Bad Suns, performed at Brooklyn Steel in New York last Thursday. They began touring early this April to promote their new records, Mystic Truth, which was released on March 22. What was so great about the show was the energy that was radiated from the stage. I felt like I was at home. Continue Reading

Knocked Loose, Acacia Strain, Higher Power, Sanction and Harms Way put on a hardcore showcase in Baltimore, MD

Knocked Loose, the hardcore band from Kentucky, made a stop in Baltimore, MD after dealing with a popped tire on the way to the venue. Luckily with the night’s lineup, they were able to make it to the show without any delays. Continue Reading

Foals play three nights at Brooklyn Steel to kick off a massive U.S. and European tour

There are few musical moments happening today that are better than seeing Yannis Philippakis, the frontman of Foals, belt out “Inhaler” to a sweaty crowd. New Yorkers got to see it three times last week, as the Oxford natives played a trio of shows at Brooklyn Steel. Continue Reading

Roots band Stick Figure bring their “On The Rocks Tour” to Austin, Texas

Stick Figure is a roots-dub-reggae band based out of Southern California currently on their “On The Rocks Tour” to ultimately end at the infamous Red Rocks Amphitheater, where they will be joined alongside Pepper, Steel Pulse, The Movement, Iya Terra, and Nick Swardson. If you’re in the area, this is a must see show. Continue Reading

The top five reasons to go to BUKU Music + Art Project in 2020

Another year of BUKU Music + Art Project in New Orleans has come and gone, and as we look back at this year’s stellar weekend of music with Lana Del Rey, A$AP Rocky, Louis The Child, Toro Y Moi and more, we can’t help but anticipate what will be in store for 2020.  Continue Reading

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The Antlers give a delicate and captivating performance of “Hospice” for it’s 10-year anniversary in Brooklyn

The Antlers performance of Hospice at First Unitarian Congregational Society was emotional, haunting and precise, at times so quiet that footsteps of those going up to the balcony for a better view could be heard from the main floor pews. Celebrating the ten-year anniversary of the critically acclaimed album, the Brooklyn-based band reworked an already emotional album to make it even more so, in all the best ways possible. Continue Reading

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Quinn XCII brings the love to Boise’s Revolution Concert House (with Christian French and Ashe)

The Michigan Native, Quinn XCII, released his sophomore album “From Michigan With Love”, in February with a highly anticipated tour. Along with Quinn XCII (Mikael Temrowski), he brought along the dancing gypsy queen, Ashe, and Christian French, who dropped out of college to pursue music full-time. Continue Reading

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joan and The Band CAMINO take the stage at the BYX Island Party in College Station, Texas

When I heard that joan and The Band CAMINO were both going to be playing an event (BYX Island Party) together, I had to make it my mission to go. Joan has become one of my favorite bands, and especially more so after seeing and meeting them last year.  Continue Reading

4 weeks ago

Interview: Dounia on Kehlani, snacking on Taki’s and performing at the Buku Music and Art Project in New Orleans

The 21-year-old singer Dounia took on the Buku Music and Art Project this weekend in New Orleans, Louisiana. Dounia is a part of the Revel’s Music Group which includes artists such as Anthony Russo and G-Eazy. Continue Reading

4 weeks ago

Governors Ball and Woodstock 50 present New Yorkers with an epic summer festival decision

There may be no better place in the United States to be as a fan of music festivals than New York City. Even with the loss of Panorama and The Meadows, the Big Apple still has close to a dozen major summer festivals within easy reach, from Made In America in Philadelphia, Electric Zoo for EDM fans, and the steadily growing Afropunk. Even a trip to Delaware for Firefly or Massachusetts for Boston Calling isn’t out of reach. Continue Reading

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