A sold-out show at The Echo was the first headline show from Nashville singer-songwriter Soccer Mommy. Despite a seemingly broken air conditioning, the crowd stayed mesmerized by her angsty sad songs. Check out our review and photos here.
The Coachella 2018 set times dropped Tuesday night and now you’re going through them tearing your hair out at all the conflicts. Well we’ve got some help on the way. Who should you see? Check out our six conflict solvers below.
Colombian-born singer Kali Uchis and Hawthorne’s Cuco made up the bill of a Tuesday night sold-out show at The Novo. Both proved worthy of their buzz ahead of appearances at Coachella 2018. Check out our photos and review of the show!
Rising Los Angeles-based singer Buzzy Lee brought some chill tunes to the Zebulon Cafe on Monday night, helping offset the sting of what was an unseasonably muggy Monday night in Los Angeles. Check out our recap and pre-order her upcoming debut EP!
Los Angeles-based duo The Palms headlined the Troubadour for the first time on Tuesday night, a dream-come-true for any local rockers. They played songs from their new mixtape and dropped a fun Lana del Rey cover. Check out the review of the show!
Tuesday night, rising soul and R&B group Durand Jones & The Indications packed the Troubadour for a sold-out show, filling the crowd’s hearts with a mesmerizing set. Check out our photos and review of the show here!
I always knew that baseball and beer went well together, but who knew that adding bands to the mix would work so well? That’s what new […]
In Bloom 2018 is the re-branded version of what used to be Free Press Summer Fest, which was moved from June to March in hopes of better weather. The festival achieved that goal and it was a fun weekend in Houston, check out our Best and Worst of In Bloom 2018 here!
Natalie Prass gave Los Angeles a preview of her upcoming sophomore record The Future And The Past at the Moroccan Lounge on Tuesday night, thrilling the crowd with its 90’s R&B feel. Check out our photos from the show here!
British rock four-piece Wolf Alice brought their anthemic tunes to The Mayan in DTLA on Monday night and delivered a marathon performance that had the crowd singing along. Check out our photos of the show here!