A Look Into Tomorrow’s New Music Releases

As yet another Friday quickly approaches we take a minute to look into this week's upcoming music releases: Green Day - 'Revolution Radio' NOFX - 'First Ditch Effort' Sum 41 - '13 Voices' Norah Joans -...

Win Tickets to Grammy Award-Winning Musician Tourist At The El Rey In Los Angeles

William Phillips, otherwise known by his stage name Tourist, otherwise known as the 29-year-old Grammy award-winning electronic DJ from Brittan, will be performing at the eclectic El Rey Theatre this Friday,...

Show Review: Phantogram @ The Observatory in Santa Ana

The Observatory was packed to capacity, the main floor set low with the audience welling up around it. The energy of expectation and excitement buzzing in the air. A...

Album Review: Yellowcard – ‘Yellowcard’

After nearly two decades of pop-punk prominence, Yellowcard is saying goodbye with their final self-titled album. Even though their retirement may be hard for fans to accept, Yellowcard lets...

Ticket Giveaway: Between The Buried And Me @ The Novo

On October 6th good ole' southern boys in Between the Buried and Me return to Los Angeles for an evening of elected chaos. Being hailed by many as one...

Show Review: Perpetual Groove @ Iron Works in Buffalo, NY

After a two-year hiatus that concluded earlier this year, Perpetual Groove has quickly rediscovered their stride during live performances. The lineup has returned to the original members who founded...

Album Review: S U R V I V E – ‘RR7349’

Austin, Texas may be the hotbed of the current synth wave movement in the US, and because of the runaway success of Netflix's Stranger Things, the movement may have crowned...

Nothing But Thieves Reveals All In Exclusive Interview

Nothing But Thieves brought no shortage of alternative U.K. charm to the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles on Monday night, performing the entirety of their latest full-length album...

Show Review: Black Sabbath @ The Hollywood Bowl

The Children of the Night were out in full force to support the Godfathers of Heavy Metal. The term Heavy Metal was popularized by Creem magazine critic Lester Bangs...

Show Review: Band of Skulls @ The Wiltern

It was a pretty quiet night at the Wiltern, and most people were congregating in the big open hallways drinking and talking while opening band Moving Units played a...

Show Review: Dance Gavin Dance @ The El Rey

Having just missed Dance Gavin Dance at Chain Fest last week, I was thrilled to be able to shoot them at the El Rey Theatre. I have also been...

Show Review: The Spill Canvas @ The Roxy

The early 2000’s nostalgia was heavy on a Tuesday night in Hollywood, as The Spill Canvas rounded out their nationwide tour in SoCal with all the trappings of early...