Concert Reviews

There is nothing quite like a concert to really show you how powerful music can be. It’s a long standing tradition for humans to gather to one place to hear music, long before any form of amplification was ever invented, and the tradition will always carry on through the musicians, venues, bookers, managers, bartenders, and roadies who keep this business running and get fans in the door.

Metronomy rolled through San Francisco a few weeks back to play the Fillmore and our friend Justin Yee was there to get photos from the show. They're already set to return in a few months, so in the...
"Those of us who lived the Dead knew that while the bus would eventually stop, the music wouldn’t."
Umphrey's McGee is in the midst of a summer supporting their new album, Similar Skin, and this past Fourth of July weekend they invaded Colorado for a two-night run between the Boulder Theater and Red Rocks. Our friend...
The Hollywood Bowl is one of the most famed venues in the country. Elton John. The Beatles. Billie Holliday. Pavarotti. The Doors. Avicii. Many of the most celebrated names in music history have had a turn to...
"That regardless if you have a spotlight on you, if you sing in front of people, if you work in a coffee shop, you matter. Always."
Last night Widespread Panic played the first of three nights at The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, and our friend Paul Citone was there to get photos from their set. LIVE faves Greensky...
If I were a professional baseball player, this would be my walk-out song ...
Electronic music is an ever-changing genre. For the most part the “club” was the only place you could hear beats in the past. As the genera evolved, the club mentality is now a thing of the past....
Our friend Sam Nicholls went and caught Widespread Panic last weekend in Chicago with openers Tedeschi Trucks Band. Here's a quick recap and a full photo gallery from the show. --Editor Fog was forecasted, and it rolled in...
Lightning in a Bottle 2014 was an amazing music festival and we were stoked we got a chance to go shoot it for the site. Don't miss our portraits gallery and check out the gallery below for shots...
The Swedish trip-hop, neo soul, electronic band Little Dragon brought their imaginative tunes and stage show to the stage of the Republic earlier this month. The full house was entertained by material chiefly from this year’s Nabuma Rubberband...
The excitement was palpable in the streets of Downtown Los Angeles last Friday night. Our golden boys of hockey, the LA Kings had just secured the second Stanley Cup title in just three years and as people spilled...
MØ finished up their US tour out West and our friend Justin Yee was at the show here in San Francisco at Rickshaw Stop to snap some photos. Opener Erik Hassle is also included. --Editor Edit this setlist |...
Our friend Tim Bottchen went and saw his first John Butler Trio show last week at the Pageant in St. Louis and brought back this photo gallery from the show (with Falls opening). --Editor
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Chet Faker recently rolled San Francisco in the midst of a national tour and our friend Justin Yee was there to grab photos from the show. --Editor Setlist Archangel I'm Into You Terms & Conditions Blush 1998 REV Cigs & Chocolate Release Your Problems I Want Someone Badly Love...
Last night at Brooklyn Bowl, the gang behind HeadCount took some time to celebrate their 10th year helping the jamband community get registered to vote by welcoming a star-studded lineup to the venue for the night's festivities. The...
A few months ago a friend of mine sent me a track from SOHN and said that this was going to be a big year for the artist and that I should check it out. The very next...
Our friend Jake Krolick was at the 7th Annual Roots Picnic on Saturday night and brought back this photo gallery for us. --Editor
There is nothing sweeter than a homecoming show and on Saturday night a few weeks back, 2,000 thirsty fans packed into downtown LA’s best venue to welcome back our golden boys of West Coast electronic music, The Glitch Mob. Ooah,...
Liars played The Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles last night and our good friend Jimmy Grotting was there to get photos from the show. --Editor
If you didn’t leave the sold out Modest Mouse show at the Civic a few weeks ago with half an ass, you weren’t rocking hard enough. To be honest, my 'Mouse' knowledge is pretty limited, just never really...
One of the last stops on the spring tour...
During #Fauxchella week here in the Bay Area we're always blessed with a large set of concerts that come from bands being in California for the two-weekend Coachella Music Festival. Our friend Rebecca Wilkowski went to see The...
"In an instant, it became a beautiful chaos of color, haze and sound."
This year's New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival was just so incredible, and we're finally wrapping up our coverage day with shots from weekend two, day four, courtesy of our good friend Jim Brock. Head here for all...
After two hot & sweaty weekends on the main stage at Coachella, MS MR and Grouplove brought their Spreading Rumours tour to The Glasshouse —- an amazing venue tucked away just outside of LA’s “splashzone” in the sleepy college...
Words by Elie Reiss As the electronic music scene is becoming more saturated than ever, The Glitch Mob’s originality and use of technology has fans filling up their shows throughout the country. The trio has developed quite the reputation through...
Saturday was all about Bruce. Anticipation was appropriately high and Springsteen delivered big. Springsteen (plus horns) merged with the crowd throughout the show, giving the performance an even more personal feel; check out Keith Spera's excellent and very on...
To say Sunday night’s post-Jazz Fest show at the Civic Theater was epic would be a massive understatement. Scottish post-rockers Mogwai took no prisoners as they treated a packed house to a truly unforgettable evening. Starting off the...
No matter how strange MGMT gets, we always want more. Despite their latest studio efforts being met with mixed reviews, their infectious sound remains a mainstay in the alt-rock scene. One of the front-runners of “neo-psychedelia”, MGMT...
Our first weekend at New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival sadly came to a close on Sunday like everyone's elses, but some friends stuck around and will be seeing shows all week while most of the rest of our...
For our second day of Jazz Fest here in New Orleans me and my crew were very much in-tune with the fact that we needed to get down to the fairgrounds early to stake out a great spot for...
While our crew is at Jazz Fest this weekend celebrating all things New Orleans (+ Phish), Victoria Holt continues her Coachella coverage from weekend two and rounds up her Top 10 moments of the weekend. Even more still...
I arrived in New Orleans on Thursday evening for the annual Jazz Fest celebrations, and with a little under 36 hours under my belt already, I feel like I have had too many amazing experiences to convey in words...
The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival wrapped up in Indio, CA on Sunday, April 20th with weekend two of two finished. Our photographer and contributor Victoria Holt was there to catch the action. We'll have our top ten...
"Hmm. A Wednesday night...how strange," I thought to myself. But then again, this is Shpongle we are talking about. Of course it would be strange. If you think you “get weird”, I can assure you...
There are few places I’d rather be on a Saturday evening than with The Do Lab at King King Hollywood. As we navigated to King King’s alleyway entrance with familiar ease, we smiled at the crowd gathered around...
Thursday night as I passed through the Black Lodge’s unmarked, warehouse doors, I took a peek at the sheet of bands for the night, and overheard someone say, “It’s gonna be psychedelic!” Before hearing that, I might have thought...
There's a remarkably deafening echo of media coverage on sites and blogs that cover the new movement known as EDM, that catch-all term that basically says "youthful, rave-like electronic dance music" as a way to define something that has...
What do you get when you cross The Shins and Danger Mouse with a smidge of Duran Duran influence? You get Broken Bells. The band is composed of artist-producer Brian Burton (better known as Danger Mouse) and James...

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