Bright lights filled the stadium as the panoramic screen displayed a black and white slow drive through Palms Highway, sending everyone in attendance three decades into the past. ‘Where The Streets Have No Name’ officially began the night, causing a deafening cheer from the crowd.
‘Hollywood’ quickly became the city anthem for everyone to adopt as he poured his raw emotions into the soft and heartfelt rendition of fame and success mixed with broken dreams and anguish. ‘Black Magic’
merican rock group Ours made their way East Coast for a stop at the Studio in Webster Hall. Supported by Saddle Brook School of Rock, Waldwick School of Rock and Road Recovery Foundation, the musical movement drifted towards a positive reinforcement about the future youth of tomorrows aspiring talents.
Since their early 2014 winter reunion, Failure have expanded what appeared to be a intimate performance in Los Angeles onto a much wider platform. Nearly two decades later, the highly anticipated four album ‘The Heart Is A Monster’ made it’s debut last month, gracing fans with nineties nostalgia and a firm statement that music still carries a pulse. With a few selected European dates this past spring, the three-piece act began a nation tour stopping at the Westbury theatre in Long Island.
Eden Xo, a young and ambitious artist is preparing herself for the next step into superstardom. Having experienced a nationwide beside Britney Spears and Nicki Minaj. Eden awaits the release of her debut EP in January 2015 with her hit single "Too Cool To Dance, " a musical interpretation about removing labels and judgements from the outside crowd. Her next single "The Weekend" is slated to be released shortly. While finding an escape from the studio, she took the time to answer a few questions ranging from fan interactions to 90s hip hop and guilty pleasures.
Dedicated fans lined outside the iconic club hours before the doors opened. “The opportunity to witness a band with such a prestige history is worth camping out for” shared concertgoers in the front row. As the doors opened, people rushed to secure a decent spot where they could take in the excitement that was becoming too much to control. While the Whiskey pushed it’s capacity level on both floors, one thing was for certain; the person furthest away was still front row in comparison to the stadium arena tours Aerosmith is accustomed to. Shortly after one in the afternoon, the boys from Boston strutted onto stage causing what could easily be debated as one of the loudest ovations the Whiskey has witnessed in over ten years.
Hemmingway's latest featured artist completed week two of their month long residency this past Tuesday night. Los Angeles based rock group 'Falling Still' took advantage of the intimate location by adding cube lights and multi-colored strobes, blending well with their modern yet contagious sound.
Jane’s Addiction began an early promotional tour for their latest release ‘The Great Escape Artist’ reaching Chicago, New York and Los Angeles, performing their most coveted hits across intimate venues. Original members Perry Farrell, Dave Navarro and Stephen Perkins returned to the John Anson Ford
The latest incarnation of Smashing Pumpkins began ‘ The Other Side of the Kaleidyscope’ tour in Los Angeles debuting new material off their forthcoming album ‘Oceania.’ Fans crowded inside the sold out Wiltern in hopes of witnessing the dozens of hit tracks made popular in the 90s, but instead recei
Blind Pilot played to a packed house this past Saturday at the Santa Ana Galaxy Theater. The band came out the gates with full force playing solid riffs and matching them catchy lyrics that had the crowd singing along and bobbing their heads to the beats. Leading the session was Israel Nebeker engag
Alternative rock group Jimmy Eat World wrapped their brief ‘Bleed American’ California dates in Los Angeles last week, performing the album that launched them into mainstream superstardom a decade ago. The album that spawned four singles within the top twenty attracted fans from all ages as the Ariz
ith their successful North American tour last summer, 80’s new wave group Tears For Fears returned last month for a brief seven concert performance across California. Founders Roland Orzabal and Curt Smith began their 18-song set list at the Wiltern with “Everybody Wants To Rule The World”. Smith’s
Eleven years have passed since the oddball trio Primus released Anti Pop. Since then, they’ve spawned a few tours across the world, performing classic hits in every city. But all that changed upon releasing ‘Green Naugahyde, ’ the bands seventh album released September 12th. The 19-day tour began sho
Four weeks into the US Fall tour supporting their seventh album ‘Wasting Light, ’ Foo Fighters stormed into the Forum with a two-night stay in Los Angeles. Over 17, 000 fans were on their feet as they watched Dave Grohl and company perform a twenty-five song set list, spanning close to three hours. Th
The 10th annual Honda Civic tour wrapped at the Hollywood Bowl after touring the country for three months. My Chemical Romance accompanied headliners Blink-182, with a line of Honda cars covered with Blink-182 logos and signature matted paint jobs at the entrance.
The Music Box in Hollywood served as a nostalgic time machine for Joy Division fans in attendance Wednesday night. Founding bassist Peter Hook performed Joy Division’s second album “Closer” and also included material from earlier singles and EP’s. Peter Hooks touring band “The Light” began the set l
America’s first touring electronic music festival, Identity Fest, hit Las Vegas Monday for the 17th stop on its 20-city tour. Sponsors including Skullcandy, Rockstar Energy Drinks, and Heinekin Light, attracted thousands of electronic music fans across the country with state of the art visual master
House of Blues Anaheim Hosted Texas natives Blue October on September 11th, 2011. They explosive
sounds rocked the sold out show while the crowd pulsed and echoed the brutally honest lyrics Justin
Furstenfeld belts out without any apology. His voice vibrated each lyric as if reliving each and every
Saturday night lit up in Hollywood’s Hotel Café when Amy LeVere took the stages. The dimly lit club
couldn’t dim her shine as this tiny Tennessee native took the stage with her Bass and slapped away and
belted out a mixture of Rockabilly and Blues accompanied by her just as energetic band mates.
Electronic music producer Deadmau5 held a four night dance extravaganza at the Palladium in Hollywood while promoting his latest album 4x4=12. On stage, a state of the art platform resembling a massive block of cheese alternated multiple neon lights throughout the night, adding colorful visuals with
Red Hot Chili Peppers made a special appearance August 24th in Downtown LA, performing a benefit concert for the Silverlake Conservatory of Music. Fans circled the block on Figueroa St. extending pass Olympic blvd. while anxiously waiting to see RHCP play in their hometown. Ticket prices ranged from
100 Monkeys returned to the El Rey Theatre Thursday night on the last string of their 40+ city US tour, promoting the Liquid Zoo album released June 28th. This is the second studio album group mates Ben Graupner, Ben Johnson, Jackson Rathbone, Jared Anderson, and Lawrence Abrams have released in th
Saturday night in Pomona, in a venue filled to just about ten percent capacity, four young groups with their hearts and minds on the dance floor gave a sparse crowd at the Glass House a strong reason to groove Los Angeles' Halloween Swim Team opened the bill with their self-described brand of “elect
VHS or Beta returned to Hollywood’s sensual Voyeur Nightclub for their first LA performance in almost 3 years Wednesday night. Originally from Louisville Kentucky this band formed in 1997 shortly after founding guitarist/Vocalist Craig Pfunder, bassist Mark Palgy, and former guitarist Zeke Buck had
Dead Sara’s self-titled album comes across as a diamond in the rough. The passion and emotion embedded in every note is quickly detected in Emily Armstrong’s vocal range. The musical outbursts expelled by the band
come across as an unpredicted ticking time bomb, releasing chaotic moments of energy a
Icon For Hire’s debut album “Scripted” quickly establishes the irony reflected in today’s radio waves by combining sarcastic, tongue-in cheek lyrics with lifestyles and cultural society. Ariel’s pop driven voice arrives clear and solid from beginning to end, layering multiple vocals into every track
Since gaining notoriety on American soil a few years back while performing at countless festivals, Dir En Grey have established themselves as an elite metal act within their genre. Internationally, they have participated in numerous European festivals with iconic acts and built a solid fan base. Las
60, 000 spectators anxiously battled through traffic, surviving the massive heat waves southern California summers always offer. As people entered the venue, multiple organizations, groups and activists campaigned to educate the crowd about social awareness and political consciousness but often fell