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The Amazons put on a magical show at El Rey Theatre on February 28

Have you ever been to a show that managed to change your outlook on live music? For me, The Amazons’ show at the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles on February 28th did just that. It was a show that I’d been looking forward to for quite a while, but there was no way I could’ve anticipated exactly how amazing it would be. Continue Reading

Motion City Soundtrack pack the House of Blues in Anaheim with an all-ages crowd (with Arms Akimbo)

Motion City Soundtrack played a packed House of Blues Anaheim on January 23rd with support from Arms Akimbo and Mom Jeans. Their show described by someone who’s never seen them (in one word)? Amazing. The large crowd was especially diverse in age, with seasoned fans mixing with those young enough to have just finished kindergarten at the time of Commit This To Memory’s 2005 release. 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

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

FLETCHER ends her tour supporting “you ruined new york city for me” with a packed show at LA’s El Rey (with Minke)

Touring in support of her latest EP “you ruined new york city for me,” FLETCHER played to a very full house at the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles Wednesday night. The line formed over twelve hours earlier with excited fans, some of whom who had driven many hours to see the final show of her tour after having just seen her in another city. Continue Reading

Wallows play two sold out, hometown shows at The Fonda Theatre in LA (with Slow Hollows)

After a few months of touring, Wallows finally made it home to play two sold-out nights at The Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles, CA. Similarly, attending night one was a homecoming of my own, as it was my first show back in LA after a grueling couple of months in New York. It was a great experience to see the band for the first time at a hometown show, especially since their music has always reminded me of California. Supported by Slow Hollows, Wallows played an incredible show filled with exciting moments and explosive energy. Continue Reading

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

Glam rock band The Struts sell out four nights at LA’s Roxy Theater (with Grace Mitchell)

English glam rock band, The Struts, performed at The Roxy Theater in Los Angeles, California. All four nights at the famous venue on Hollywood’s Sunset Strip were sold-out. Continue Reading

Rainbow Kitten Surprise play an eclectic, festive, colorful show at The Fonda in LA

Last Friday, May 10th was Rainbow Kitten Surprise’s first night of two at The Fonda in Los Angeles, California. When the curtains were drawn back, they revealed an eclectic group of colorful creatures whose styles seemed a bit disjointed. Continue Reading

nothing, nowhere mixes pop-punk and hip hop sounds during sold out Anaheim show

Very rarely does an artist come along that excites me as much as nothing, nowhere does. Formed as the brainchild of Joe Mulherin, nothing,nowhere blends together the atmosphere and emotions of post-punk emo with the elements of hip hop. Continue Reading

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