Album Review: Every Time I Die – ‘Low Teens’

A little less adventurous than their last two (rather excellent) albums (From Parts Unknown, Ex Lives), Every Time I Die’s Low Teens sounds like a “back-to-hardcore-basics” for the band....

Show Review: Jack Garratt @ The Belasco Theatre

The quintessential Los Angeles Tuesday night: tasty drinks, terrific friends, and toothy tacos. "Taco Tuesday" in LA is not something to be taken lightly - it's a way of...

Show Review: Pierce The Veil @ Main Street Armory

This past Saturday I was awarded the opportunity to shoot Pierce The Veil’s ‘Made to Destroy’ tour with I Prevail and Neck Deep as support at Main Street Armory in...

Show Review: Lotus, Tycho, El Ten Eleven @ Red Rocks Amphitheater

El Ten Eleven began the evening’s music during the twilight sky with Red Rocks Amphitheater nearly half full. As an opening act, considerable chatter from fans outside the venue...

Show Review: Jeff Lynne’s ELO @ Hollywood Bowl

A Jeff Lynne live performance is rarer than a UFO sighting at Area 51, but the ELO spaceship landed for three nights in a row at the famous Hollywood...

Album Review: Perpetual Groove – ‘Familiar Stare’

Perpetual Groove has finally produced a new batch of singles, comprised on the EP Familiar Stare released this August with four new tracks. Over the past several years, the...

Show Review: Russian Circles @ Teragram Ballroom 09/03

A little while back Los Angeles had the unadulterated thrill of experiencing Chicago-based metal/instrument band Russian Circles to a packed Teragram Ballroom. With minimal room to move, the once mumbling crowd grew...

Album Review: A Day To Remember – ‘Bad Vibrations’

On September 2nd, A Day To Remember released their long anticipated album Bad Vibrations. This was the band’s first release since late 2013 with Common Courtesy. The first week...

Show Review: Of Mice & Men @ The Roxy

“When you go inside, look for a redhead on your left- she has a CD for you.” A free copy of Cold World- the current top-selling metal album with then...

Album Review: Of Mice & Men – ‘Cold World’

Uniquely forbidding. Undeniably aggressive. At times, intimate. As their fourth full-length studio album, it’s no surprise that Of Mice & Men’s Cold World already sits at #1 on the iTunes Metal...

Ticket Giveaway: Of Mice & Men @ The Roxy

With SoCal metalcore phenoms Of Mice & Men there's no shortage of talent and dignity. From their beginnings in 2009 to the eve of their latest album Cold War, the band...

Ticket Giveaway: Killswitch Engage @ The Novo

Imagine yourself walking out of the Novo in downtown Los Angeles after a night of complete insanity; your shirt is drenched, your hair screams post-mosh pit shenanigans and you're on...