Louisville gets groovy tunes in an intimate setting as COIN and the Aces sell out the Mercury Ballroom

On February 23rd, The Aces and COIN made their way to a sold out show at Mercury Ballroom in Louisville, KY. Continue Reading

Above & Beyond return to The Pageant in St. Louis for another round of much-needed group therapy

If you’re ever going through a tough time, you can always count on Above & Beyond to allow you to escape for a couple of hours – and boy did we need it. Continue Reading

Interview: Sasha Sloan talks touring, writing and new music in Seattle before her show with Joywave

You may not have heard the name Sasha Sloan, but you’ve heard her songs. Sasha has co-written for ODESZA, Camila Cabello, and Charli XCX. For the first time, she is performing her own songs on tour opening for Joywave. Sasha is one of those effortlessly cool girls. She walks onto the stage with a beer in her hand and immediately builds a rapport with the crowd. They murmur about how much they dig her style as she sings through her set of sad songs. Continue Reading

Portugal. The Man continue to push boundaries at loud, psychedelic, experimental Brooklyn Steel show

Portugal. The Man, the rock band that you’ve seen just about everywhere over the past few months, are pushing hard to make it be known that they’re not just another rock band. If “Feel It Still” didn’t do enough to cement them as a crossover act when it became on of this summer’s biggest pop hits, their live show is certainly going to persuade you. Continue Reading

Hippie Sabotage, Azizi Gibson and Melvv take the stage at Seattle’s Showbox Sodo

Last week Hippie Sabotage took over Seattle with two sold-out nights at the Showbox SoDo. Continue Reading

Phillip Phillips returns to Philadelphia on the Magnetic Tour, in support of “Collateral”

“I haven’t been to Philly in a while” Phillips announces only a handful of songs into the show. He proceeds to announce he’ll have a cheesesteak after the show, to which the audience, unprompted, screams suggestions of where he can find the best one in town. This exchange symbolizes a great part of the evening – a humble, talented artist and an enthusiastic audience eager to make that moment as special as possible. Continue Reading

‘The Stage World Tour’ Hits Little Rock with Bullet For My Valentine, Breaking Benjamin and Avenged Sevenfold

On the evening of February 2nd, 2018, Bullet For My Valentine, Breaking Benjamin, and Avenged Sevenfold performed to a packed Verizon Arena in Little Rock, Ark. Continue Reading

3 weeks ago

Anthrax and Killswitch Engage co-headline a night of intense rage at The National in Richmond (with Havok)

The Killthrax Tour made its stop in Richmond, Va., where fans eagerly waited in the cold rain, lining up around the block to get the best spot in the venue to see Killswitch Engage and one of Metal’s big four legends, Anthrax, who were supported by Denver’s thrash metal band Havok. Continue Reading

4 weeks ago

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

1 month ago

LCD Soundsystem is still trying to wake up as their 22 show Brooklyn Steel run comes to an end

William Miller, a prosperous 18th-century farmer, went from regional obscurity to national notoriety when he claimed that the Earth would be scorched in flames by the Second Coming of Jesus. With a penchant for detail, he provided a specific date for impending hellfire and brimstone: October 22nd, 1844. His followers, earnest and devout, draped themselves in white and gathered on rooftops, believing that higher ground will bring them closer to their personal rapture. Continue Reading

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