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Fozzy didn’t play the Garden Grove Amphitheater on May 6th. No, play is far too soft and squishy of a word. Fozzy stormed the GGA and essentially invaded Orange County. Maybe it was because they just came off a night at the legendary, but cramped and confining Whisky a Go…
Cinco de Mayo is cause for a certain type of celebration in downtown Los Angeles. But on that same night, a different sort of celebrating was going on in The Belasco Theater. A celebration of the genius and music of Jerry Cantrell. Granted, this was just a stop on his…
I first saw Koffee perform live earlier this year at the Cali Vibes Fest and she was amazing. Most people at the festival were probably not too familiar with her music, but she instantly captured the thousands in attendance and came away with a lot of new fans. This is…
Whenever Evidence headlines a show in Los Angeles, you know it’s going to be a breath of nostalgic, fresh air. As a pioneer in the game, Evidence brings back the flavors of the early 2000s with clean beat selections, an emphasis on lyricism, and crystal-clear enunciation in his raps. When…
November 17, 2021 was one of the darkest days in hip hop. This was the day rapper and record label executive Young Dolph was gunned down in his hometown of Memphis. The autopsy report found that 22 shots went through him that day in a premeditated attack. The hip hop…
Mikayla Simpson, better known as Koffee, released her album Gifted on March 25th. While it is her debut album, she did win a Grammy for Best Reggae Album for her EP Rapture in 2019. That EP, along with the other singles she has released over the past few years, might…
On Saturday night, the smooth funky sounds of the Polyrythmics poured out the front door of The Wonder Bar and spilled into the streets of Asbury Park. These guys brought their stylistic blend of funk, soul, progressive jazz, R&B, afrobeat, and psychedelic rock to the Jersey shore and the crowd…
Outstanding veteran alternative rock band Cold rocked the Brick by Brick with a set full of passionate heavy melodic hits. From 1998 to 2019, Cold has released 6 studio albums including two certified gold – 13 Ways to Bleed (2000) and my favorite Year of the Spider (2003). The band,…
The legendary Rainbow Bar & Grill celebrated its 50th anniversary Sunday, April 24th by throwing a backyard bash. Or parking lot party if you’re being literal. It was an all-day event hosted by Eddie Trunk and capped off by a performance by Steel Panther. In a day of extreme heat,…
When Tech N9ne, the top independent rapper of all time, brings his live show to San Diego you make sure and check that s*** out! Tech N9ne (Aaron Dontez Yates) co-founded the independent hip hop record label Strange Music with Travis O’Guin in 2000 and has been unstoppable ever since.…
The Grind Time era was the introduction to battle rap for so many of us. Burgeoning around 2008, the league spanned from coast to coast with divisions in all major hip hop markets. Due to the league’s rapid growth, oversaturation, lack of quality control, and infighting among owners, Grind Time…
I’ll start off by congratulating SOJA on their win! I’ll admit, I was shocked that they won, and I personally thought Jesse Royal should have won with his album Royal. That being said, Beauty in Silence is a very good album. The second after SOJA was announced the winner of…
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