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. (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
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
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
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
Early this October, Surf Curse played a sold-out show at Rough Trade in Brooklyn, NY. The band was supported by Teen Body and Dirt Buyer.
It wasn’t until 7pm that I received confirmation to cover the Diplo Halloween show here in St. Louis. It caught me a little off guard since I requested the show months prior and almost forgot about it. Ok, ok I honestly thought it was the following night. Nonetheless, I didn’t hesitate to grab my camera, hop in my car and head towards St. Louis. As soon as I hit the parking lot, I’m surrounded by fans in Halloween costumes and raver gear and I instantly got goosebumps because I knew it was going to be a wild night. Continue Reading
Stubbs indoors is a smaller venue with a small patio directly overlooking the stage, a pool table room, an outdoors area where merch could be found. While there was room for everyone, we were all crowded together in front of the stage. Although this hasn’t been Hirie’s first time playing Stubbs Indoors- I do hope it will be the last, because they deserve the bigger stage right next door that is the Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheatre. Continue Reading
I’ve always heard that Arizona goes hard, but this weekend actually proved it. Goldrush, put on by Relentless Beats, had nothing but bass, amazing fashion, great food, and good vibes. When you walk into the venue, it actually looks extremely western with hay, a horse statue, and some of the vendors are set up in booths that look like a stable. Continue Reading
Two Door Cinema Club hit New York City with a powerfully energetic show at The Manhattan Center Hammerstein Ballroom this past month. The band was accompanied by Overcoats, a badass, electronic-pop duo from New York.