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British psych-rockers Temples perform new songs from “Hot Motion” at Webster Hall

Temples rocked out Webster Hall last night to an appreciative crowd. The band was in strong, heavy form with solid drumming and bass, and some inventive synth work. Their heaviness was nicely balanced by clean and clear melodic vocals that rose over the rest of their sound. Continue Reading

Grace Potter kicks off a three month national tour supporting “Daylight” at The Ritz in Raleigh

Grace Potter recently kicked off her U.S. headlining tour which will take her all around the country over the next three months. She stopped in Raleigh, North Carolina last Thursday and brought some serious heat to The Ritz with her incredible live show. Continue Reading

Twenty One Pilots continue to raise the bar with backflips, flames and confetti at the Honda Center in Anaheim

There aren’t many shows that come close in experience to twenty one pilots. On November 2nd, the band played the Honda Center in Anaheim to a full crowd decked out in everything from simple band shirts to full outfits resembling those worn by Tyler and Josh onstage and in music videos from the most recent album, Trench. Continue Reading

Tool perform several new songs from “Fear Inoculum” at PNC Arena in Raleigh, NC

I’m sure you’ve heard the news in recent months… Tool is back and brought a brand new album with them. Currently nearing the end of their lengthy U.S. tour, the band brought their live show to a sold out PNC Arena in Raleigh, NC on Sunday night (11/24). Continue Reading

Titus Andronicus wrap up a massive 63-date U.S. tour at New York’s Bowery Ballroom (with Partner)

It was a homecoming party last night for Titus Andronicus at the Bowery Ballroom. The band was energized and playful, and the high-spirited crowd bounced along to the songs, shaking the floor of the club. Continue Reading

Fantasia headlines The Shreveport Municipal as part of “The Sketchbook Tour”

The Shreveport Municipal makes yet another great night happen for many, this time bringing in Fantasia on her “The Sketchbook Tour” featuring Robin Thicke, Tank, and The Bonfyre! Continue Reading

L.A. Salami mixes rock, folk and soul at Rough Trade in Brooklyn (with JW Francis)

L.A. (Lookman Adekunle) Salami put on an engaging show at Rough Trade in Brooklyn last night. The London native—accompanied by a bass player in a stripped down and personal format—performed his philosophical and imaginatively worded pop-rock. Continue Reading

Kevin Gates supports new album “I’m Him” at the Shreveport Municipal Memorial Auditorium

Seems like my entire middle school and high school years I had always heard my friends talk about Kevin Gates, so attending and photographing his show in Shreveport in Thursday brought quite the throwback feel. Continue Reading

Aussie rockers Last Dinosaurs return to San Francisco to perform at the legendary Fillmore Theater

Australian band, Last Dinosaurs made their way back to the Bay Area for the second time this year – this time playing the legendary Fillmore Theater. Continue Reading

Bastille and Joywave collaborate on-stage and bring joyful energy to the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles

As someone who has seen Bastille ten times previous, their October 12th show at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles was nothing short of extraordinary. Continue Reading

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