Interview and Photos: Olivia O’Brien talks inspiration, emotions and the internet before her sold out show at The Roxy

Purple and pink hair abounded!  A hot August afternoon, the line for 18 year-old, purple-haired Olivia O’Brien’s sold out show at The Roxy on the Sunset Strip was fun and colorful. Sofya Wang got the night started with energetic covers and originals. Continue Reading

Brockhampton, Chet Porter and Metsa lead the way at Seattle’s Capitol Hill Block Party

If you were in Seattle last weekend and found yourself anywhere else besides Capitol Hill Block Party, then you seriously made some wrong decisions. Three days, five stages, and a bunch of afterparties each night – there’s nowhere else you should have been. While dozens of artists performed, a few stood out among the rest. Continue Reading

2 weeks ago

The Sheepdogs showcase classic 70’s rock’n’roll at their New York City show at Le Poisson Rouge

Tossing out some serious 70s vibes with their embroidered jumpers, brown suits, dungarees, and thick mustaches, Canadian rock ‘n’ roll band, The Sheepdogs tackled Le Poisson Rouge, last Friday night. Continue Reading

2 weeks ago

19-year-old King Princess captivates and enchants a sold out crowd at El Rey in Los Angeles (with Donna Missal)

Excitement filled the air. The sold-out El Rey, a live music venue set in an old movie theater in Los Angeles, was quickly filling up for King Princess’ Thursday night show. The royal red velvet décor and sparkling crystal chandeliers from the glory days of this vintage movie theater set the mood for the regal, precious performances to come. With her melodic, powerful voice and soulful songs, Donna Missal opened the night and had everyone dancing with her. Continue Reading

3 weeks ago

G-Eazy’s Endless Summer kicks off in Seattle with support from Lil Uzi Vert and Ty Dolla $ign

G-Eazy’s Endless Summer tour kicked off in Seattle, WA this past Friday. The jam packed line-up ensured every moment was filled with entertainment. Murda Beatz played in between the openers leading up to Lil Uzi Vert. You don’t fully understand how many hits Murda is responsible for until he plays them all for you. Continue Reading

3 weeks ago

Glassjaw put on a killer performance at Gas Monkey Live! in Dallas (with Quicksand and On Better Terms)

The hardcore band originating from New York, Glassjaw, performed for their fans at Gas Monkey Live! on a hot Texas summer evening. Once doors opened, the fans who waited out in this punishing heat rushed in; thrilled to hear the three bands that would be playing that night.   Continue Reading

3 weeks ago

Chicago’s Pitchfork Festival features Tame Impala, Courtney Barnett, Fleet Foxes and more over three diverse, rainy days

Pitchfork Music Festival, taking place from July 20th-22nd in Union Park in Chicago, was for the brave and unbreakable this year, and not just because the attendees had to make it through rain 2 of the 3 days. Continue Reading

3 weeks ago

A$AP Ferg, Buddy and IDK pump up Seattle at a sold-out Showbox SoDo show

A$AP Ferg has been busy. He performed in Canada and then swooped down to the Showbox SoDo for an incredibly packed, sold-out show. He brought along a ton of great opening artists that you’ll definitely need to keep your eyes on. Continue Reading

3 weeks ago

Vance Joy shines on a warm summer night in Washington at Marymoor Park in Seattle

Performing at an outdoor venue in Washington is always risky. The weather can change at any moment. So when Vance Joy came to Marymoor Park, all eyes were focused on the skies. That is until he came on stage. Continue Reading

1 month ago

The Pixies take on the heat of Dallas at Dos Equis Pavilion

While The Pixies played with The Wombats and Weezer in Dallas, many of the concert goers were there solely to see The Pixies. The 100+ degree weather did not deter the ginormous crowd at this outdoor pavilion from seeing their favorite bands.

At the merch table, people purchased The Pixies posters and tee shirts left and right from the moment doors opened. There was a mix of families, couples, and friends out in the crowd seeing their favorite bands together. Every person in the audience, no matter what their age, had a great time. The crowd’s excitement level in the huge Dos Equis Pavilion grew more and more throughout the night. The Pixies hit the stage and a loud uproar started.

The band’s first song of the night was “Ed is Dead” followed up by “Nimrod’s Son”. The Pixies played their biggest hit song, “Here Comes Your Man”, towards the middle of their set and the audience sang along to every word. The band ended their show with their song, “Debaser”, and all were sad that The Pixies were done for the night.

When The Pixies return to Dallas, there will certainly be a big crowd happy to see them again. The passion and energy from the audience in this Texas heat was extraordinary.

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