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By on Friday, 14 October 2016
Danny Brown is theatrical, raw and unfiltered. He is known for his distinctive characters: one defined by a deep voice and more serious subject matter, and another high-pitched wacky character, all for partying, fame, and everything that comes with it. I became a fan after listening to his album Old…

Concert Review & Photos - Steve Vai

By on Thursday, 13 October 2016
The first time I saw Steve Vai perform live was early in 1986 during the filming of David Lee Roth’s “Yankee Rose” video at the Orange Pavilion in San Bernardino, CA. I won tickets to the video shoot through 96.7 KCAL FM, and spent an incredible afternoon watching this super…

Concert Preview & Interview - Stryper

By on Sunday, 09 October 2016
The multi-platinum rock band Stryper will return to their signature yellow and black on Friday October 14th at the Riverside Municipal Auditorium to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their iconic album - To Hell with the Devil. Whether you have been a longtime fan of Stryper or have just recently…


By on Friday, 07 October 2016
Greta Kline is a sort of kid-wonder, posting upwards of 45 albums and EPs on Bandcamp and releasing her first album under the alias Frankie Cosmos, Zentropy, by age 19. Additionally, by this time in her life she had already had a stint as bassist of the indie-synth band Porches…

Concert Review & Photos - The Specials

By on Monday, 03 October 2016
The Specials are by far one of the most influential ska bands of all-time. Founded in 1977, their unique brand of music helped to revive a little-known genre originating in Jamaica in the late 1950’s. The Specials fusion of traditional ska music with a formidable punk rock attitude and danceable…

Concert Review & Photos - Ultimate Jam

By on Monday, 26 September 2016
Los Angeles has its fair share of bars and nightclubs, offering a discerning (and often picky public) a ton of cool options to relax, unwind, and let loose after a hard day’s work or play. Whether you are in to live music, great restaurants, or just love an amazing pub…


By on Sunday, 25 September 2016
Death Grips might be one of the most polarizing bands I listen to. You either hate them or you absolutely love them. When I show someone who doesn’t know them for the first time, they are always shocked. The band is labeled an experimental hip-hop group, made up of rapper…

Concert Review & Photos - Hair Nation

By on Friday, 23 September 2016
Whether you were into leather, lace, or spandex in the 1980's, Sirius XM's Hair Festival had something for everyone that strutted into the Irvine Meadows Amphitheater on Saturday, September 17th. A near-capacity crowd was on hand to pay homage to some of the finest rock and roll bands to ever…


By on Thursday, 22 September 2016
There are few bands with the same level of high-functioning absurdity, creativity, and audacity as Die Antwoord. Though being described as “campy” and cartoonish in Pitchfork’s review of their latest album, to “racist” and “problematic” by the Guardian, they are still consistently well-received by audiences around the world. Their anarchical,…

Festival Preview - Monster's AFTERSHOCK

By on Friday, 16 September 2016
Are you ready for one of the most awe-inspiring lineups to hit the U.S festival circuit in the last 10 years? If your answer is a resounding "Hell Yes", you have come to the right place – Monster Energy’s Fifth Annual AFTERSHOCK Festival. On October 22nd and 23rd, 35 incredible…

Concert Review & Photos - Yes

By on Monday, 29 August 2016
Over the years, there have been very few bands that have been able to develop a solid blueprint for long-term success. Many have tried and failed, while others have gone the distance and remained relevant in this “modern age” of music. Artists like The Rolling Stones, The Who, and Rush…

Concert Review & Photos - Scott Stapp

By on Wednesday, 24 August 2016
Scott Stapp is considered by many to be one of the top vocalists of the 1990’s. His thought-provoking lyrics and high-energy stage presence were a welcome change in a post-grunge scene that seemed more pop oriented and less-substantive than its heavyweight predecessors like Nirvana or Pearl Jam. Upon the release…
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