Anderson Paak had a massive 2016 and celebrated GRAMMY week in LA with a couple of free shows, including one Friday night where Tower Records used to be.
Kitten has proven over the years to be one of the best live bands in Los Angeles and Saturday night at The Roxy only furthered that narrative.
Kings of Leon stopped by the iHeartRadio Theater to close out January 2017 and delivered a memorable kick-ass set. Check out our recap here.
The second-annual GIRLSCHOOL Festival in Los Angeles saw the collective take a big step forward in their quest to celebrate female voices in music.
Kicking off the inaugural Microdose event put on by Danger Records was local slacker-rock trio Blonde Summer. Read our recap of the event over here!
Jimmy Eat World delivered a memorable show at the iHeartRadio Theater in Burbank earlier this month. Read our recap of the show here!
Noah Cyrus, the 17-year-old younger sister of Miley Cyrus, played an unannounced show at the Resident in downtown Los Angeles on Wednesday.
The last time I saw Aja Volkman and Ray Little together, they were fronting their respective bands Nico Vega and Queen Caveat at a show […]
It’s not every day you get to see Dave Chappelle sing part of “Under the Bridge” by the Red Hot Chili Peppers in a 165-cap room, but that’s how 2017 began.
The Japanese House blew me away at Shaky Knees this past May. I was stoked to get to see their sold-out gig at The Echo and they didn’t disappoint.