The intimate and historic Belasco Theater in Downtown Los Angeles had an intimidating line of people wrapped around the building last Saturday night. Everyone in line was waiting patiently to enter the venue and see one of their long time
This past Tuesday night, Violet Rose performed a private show to honor David Bowie at No Name Restaurant in Los Angeles. The set included a perfect mix of Violet Rose originals and a medley of Bowie tunes with sampled quotes from David Bowie himself. Starting with an instrumental version of “Lazarus,” Violet and her band, Vince Cuneo and Fabrizio Cavallaro, took the crowd on a journey through the many decades of Bowie’s catalogue. The group ended their set with a soulful rendition of “Heroes," bringing the crowd to their feet. Violet Rose is finishing up “Fame,” a David Bowie cover and her next single, in the studio currently with her talented team consisting of Grammy Award winning producer Ryan Gilligan and her producer, guitarist, and brother Vince Cuneo. “Fame” is due in February and precedents a busy and exciting 2018 for Violet Rose.
the Fillmore was chosen especially by ambient music project Tycho this evening in order to make a piece of that history themselves. This New Year’s Eve performance was especially curated by front man Scott Hansen to be the second installment of a two-night anthology performance
Blurb: Last Thursday night, the dark indie rock group Night Drive brought their nostalgic 80’s synth-pop sound to Los Angeles’ quaint and hip venue Resident DTLA. They kept everyone dancing through the night with tracks from their self-titled debut album released this past June, and even threw in a Talking Heads cover to the crowd’s delight. Soon, they will be performing in Houston, Texas, on December 30th at the White Oak Music Hall, so be sure to catch them if you’re in town. This is a show you don’t want to miss.
As one of the most artistic and diverse cities in America, Los Angeles has never had a shortage of budding artists. This Tuesday night in particular, people from all over came together at the Resident DTLA,
It was soon after her opening set for Syd at the Observatory Orange County in Santa Ana when I met with Malia to discuss her future as a solo artist, what inspired her to chase the seemingly impossible dream, growing up in a non-musical household, her hopes for the New Year, and all things in between. With her debut album “Late Bloomer” release on the horizon, her journey as a soul pop singer-songwriter is one you don’t want to miss.
The Teragram Ballroom of Downtown Los Angeles, known for housing some of the biggest artists for intimate engagements, was packed with people from all across Southern California for a special evening with renowned singer-songwriter Jamila Woods.
In anticipation of Saro’s “Boy Afraid” EP release tomorrow, December 12th, here is a first look into Saro’s musical process, what inspired him to get into music, and what we should look forward to with Saro in 2018
Last Wednesday, Malia treated Santa Ana to a hump day treat by performing her highly anticipated new tracks from her up and coming debut album "Late Bloomer." Her set was short and sweet, bringing a smile to everyone's face as she intertwined her new tracks with past fan favorite singles. Malia is an up and coming solo artist on the rise we should all keep an eye on during her not so belated ascension.
It was the night before Thanksgiving, and the beloved Constellation Room of Observatory Orange County seemed to be at max capacity when Kishi Bashi graced the audience with a preview of his new documentary film “Project 9066.”
This track features a classic back and forth between two lovers who seem to be at odds with one another with nowhere else to go. Syd brings smooth vocals to personify the partner in the relationship who knows they are being left behind.
People on the streets of Downtown Los Angeles started lining up as soon as 6 PM on Thursday night with the news of legendary indie electronic group Metronomy booking not one, but two shows at the famous Regent Theater this Thursday night.
Friday nights in Los Angeles are famous for having some of the best talent performing all across the city, and this night the Shrine Expo Hall was housing one of Australia’s biggest electropop artists Cut Copy,
The historic Roxy Theater, known for promoting the next big artists of Hollywood ahead of the curve, began filling up quickly this Thursday night in anticipation of FOXTRAX’s first headline tour gracing West Los Angeles.
It was Thursday night upstairs of the Roxy when I sat down with the indie rock trio FOXTRAX before their first Roxy performance as the headliner. I knew from my own research that their following was growing at an incredible rate
Everyone’s favorite intimate venue in the heart of the Arts District of Downtown Los Angeles. With a custom food truck and a bar full of trendy cocktails both located on their patio, along with their indoor dance floor and grand bar,
Friday’s are every music enthusiasts’ favorite day of the week; the day new music is released to the public. With so many tracks to listen to each week from artists you already know, it can be hard to find young artists
For Halloween Eve, Alyeska performed a hauntingly beautiful show at Echo Park’s intimate venue, the Echo. Playing songs off her self-released EP, Alaska Reid’s blew the crowd away with her stunning vocals and unabashed pop rock anthems. As a star on the rise, everyone should have their eye on her in the coming years. Check out her new EP “Crush” and be sure to catch her next performance when in Los Angeles.
Sinead Harnett soon entered the stage to a full house, packed with fans from all over. All the way from London, England, Harnett has been on the rise in the R&B world since 2014 with the release of her debut EP “N.O.W.”, and even before then collaborated with many well known artists as early as 2011.
As one of the most beautiful and intimate venues of Los Angeles, the Wiltern proved to be the perfect setting for the unique combination of singer-songwriter acoustic work of Lucy Rose and classic punk rock jams we all love with Paul Weller and his band.
With the Hollywood Palladium filling up quickly, Flock of Dimes, also known as Jenn Wasner, opened the night with great enthusiasm and proved to have the raw talent and personality to entertain a room of more than 3,000 on her own.
Marian Hill opened their set with a fog and light show that made the whole room go abuzz. Canvas veils over front woman Samantha Gongol and production artist Jeremy Lloyd during their popular song “Down” gained an eerie dimension
Much of their set was dedicated to their latest album Strangers to Ourselves, but they still mixed in some of their classics for a well-rounded set. The band members were very much in sync with one another,
With the crowd still filling in the iconic outdoor theater, Colouring came on stage to great enthusiasm. Their emo indie rock sound was appealing to all those in attendance who remembered the 1975 when they were still small and had not yet released any of their more pop tracks like the ever known single Chocolate.