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joan and Misterwives bring energetic, groovy pop-rock to Texas Live! in Arlington, Texas

I’ve been a fan of joan since around the time they first released music about a year ago. I remember hearing their song “Love Somebody Like You” and thought “Yep, I can definitely see myself becoming obsessed with this band’s music”. Continue Reading

4 weeks ago

At Madison Square Garden, Childish Gambino’s “last tour” felt more like a new beginning

We talk about Donald Glover as an actor, a comedian, a director and a rapper, but I’d argue there’s more than that. Continue Reading

1 month 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

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

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

House of Vans continues their triumphant final summer with performances by Liz Phair and Blondie

House of Vans, the beloved venue that has hosted such diverse artists as Julian Casablancas, GWAR and Joey Bada$$ over the past eight years, continued it’s final summer with another show worth celebrating, with Blondie and Liz Phair. Continue Reading

Snail Mail, led by indie’s coolest teenager Lindsey Jordan, rock the Starline Social Club in Oakland

Her age is often mentioned in write-ups about them, but its true, Snail Mail’s Lindsey Jordan continues to be Indie rocks coolest teenager and has been creating major buzz in the alt music scene. With songs from her EP Habit appearing all over music streaming services, Snail Mail quickly started popping up at many major music fests around the country. Continue Reading

Your guide to Seattle’s Capitol Hill Block Party, featuring Father John Misty, Dillon Francis, Brockhampton and more

What once started out as a one day event, Capitol Hill Block Party now spreads throughout six blocks in the heartbeat of Seattle. A complete lineup was released earlier this week, which included the addition of Unknown Moral Orchestra. The beautiful part of CHBP is that they champion local talent while mixing in major national artists. Continue Reading

JoJo shows off her growth from pop one-hit-wonder to R&B powerhouse at Neumos in Seattle

Remember pretending to be upset at a boy for breaking your heart while lip syncing to “Leave (Get Out)” by JoJo? Well the young pop start has grown in to an incredible R&B singer who sold out Neumos in Seattle. Continue Reading

Hop Along and Bat Fangs blend folk and rock at the 9:30 Club in Washington D.C.

The history of the 9:30 Club loomed large in the minds of the members of Hop Along as they thought out loud, “Headlining at this place is one of those dreams that you never think will come true,”. I first saw Hop Along when they opened for Built to Spill a year ago and after that performance I figured it was only a matter of time before they headlined their own tour. Continue Reading

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