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    Photos: UMPO Bridesmaids premieres in LA featuring a twist on popular songs

    Over the weekend, The Rockwell in Los Angeles premiered their newest musical parody—this time for the hilarious movie Bridesmaids. Originally starring Kristen Wiig and Maya Rudolph, Bridesmaids shows the ugly reality of being a bridesmaid—weather it is paying $5,000 for a dress you will wear once or...
  • Allen Jimenez

    Photos: Gary Clark Jr. storms Red Rocks Amphitheatre

    Gary Clark Jr cleared the clouds Wednesday night at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado with his electrified infused blues guitar riffs. In spite of the wind and rain, Clark delivered a set that was both thrilling and almost hypnotic in its power. His rain-drenched, poncho wrapped fans were...
  • Brian Lowe

    Photos: Leon Bridges plays intimate show as part of KCRW's Apogee Sessions in LA

    Last night, R&B and soul sensation Leon Bridges played an intimate set as part of KCRW's ongoing Apogee Sessions series in Santa Monica. Bridges, who is in town for his show at the Greek Theatre next week, first sat down with KCRW DJ Garth Trinidad to discuss a variety of topics—including...
  • Tamara Syed

    5 best moments from the first-ever All My Friends Festival

    This weekend, the first-ever All My Friends Festival took place in downtown Los Angeles—at Row DTLA. Curated by Gary Richards, formally of HARD Events, the two-day festival mixed electronic, hip-hop and more amongst three stages on the festival grounds. With an impressive lineup—including RL Grime...
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    Photos: Portugal. The Man take over the Shrine Auditorium in LA

    Portugal. The Man made another stop in Southern California last week—this time at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles—before heading to Asia for the next leg of their tour. The Alaskan-born band, who has been on the road in support of their latest album Woodstock for the majority of the year...
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    Photos: G-Eazy brings Endless Summer Tour to FivePoint Amphitheatre

    Just after wrapping up The Beautiful and Damned Tour this past March, hip-hop favorite G-Eazy rolled right into his next adventure. July saw the new incarnation of 2016’s Endless Summer Tour. The 2018 edition once again had the "No Limit" rapper center stage, this time alongside artists such as YBN...
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    Photos: Glassjaw live at The Observatory

    In support of Material Control, Glassjaw’s first LP in 15 years, the post-hardcore band from Long Island has been on tour with fellow New Yorkers, Quicksand – making fans very happy. On the heels of their brand-new video, “Golgotha” (released in June), the guys have been making their way across the...
  • Tom Shackleford

    Photos: Lettuce groove into opening night of their Blue Note residency

    The funky rock outfit known as Lettuce is the main attraction at Blue Note Jazz Club throughout the rest of this week. The historically intimate venue nestled into the culturally rich Greenwich Village neighborhood of New York City was filled with seated fans and curious adventurers for its opening...
  • Tom Shackleford

    Photos: Albert Hammond Jr. throws a rock and roll party with homecoming show at Brooklyn Steel

    At this point, it seems like fans of The Strokes will have gotten the chance to see almost the entire band on tour over the last year without seeing the actual band! While new music from the famous New York rock group remains in limbo, guitarist Albert Hammond Jr. is the latest member of The Strokes...
  • Will Pankey

    Photos: Tove Styrke brings amazing energy to Staples Center opening for Lorde

    Lorde made her way back to Los Angeles as part as her Melodrama World Tour last week, where opener Tove Styrke kicked the  concert at Staples Center off with her eclectic look and dreamy electro-pop sound.  Styrke, who is a Swedish singer/songwriter, is making her name in pop music by opening up for...
  • Tom Shackleford

    Photos: Lola Marsh bring colorful catalogue to Brooklyn’s Rough Trade

    Israeli pop-rock band Lola Marsh were a long way from home on Tuesday. The band, primarily made up of singer Yael Shoshana Cohen and guitarist Gil Landau, brought their colorfully diverse bag of songs and jovial spirits to a sold-out Rough Trade in Brooklyn for an evening full of music mostly from...
  • Corey Cretney

    Best moments of Air + Style 2018

    This past weekend, Air + Style made its way back to Los Angeles, and despite the rainy/cold weather (which most people in Los Angeles struggled with), the festival brought some of the biggest headliners to Exposition Park for two days. Spanning over Saturday and Sunday, artists such as Gucci Mane...
  • Photography by Kim Allegrezza

    KillThrax ll tour brings masters of metal mayhem to Rams Head Live in Baltimore

    Metalcore masterminds Killswitch Engage and legendary thrash metal masters Anthrax have just finished wrapping-up KillThrax II, their hugely successful 29-city tour of North America. They co-headlined the tour which kicked off January 25 in Montreal, Canada and zig-zagged across North America...
  • Will Pankey

    Photos: Alex Cameron proves upcoming tour is more than impressive

    Over the past year, Australian singer/songwriter Alex Cameron has blessed fans with an impressive album, Forced Witness and now, a headlining tour. He kicked off his tour with the amazing Molly Burch in San Diego last week, followed by a two-night sold out run at one of Los Angeles' newest venues...
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    Photos: Joe Satriani’s G3 tour, guitar wizards cast their spell on Tucson

    Joe Satriani’s G3 tour delighted metal guitar fans at Tucson’s Fox Theatre on Jan. 21. This was the first time Satriani’s G3 tour has come to Tucson even though the G3 tours have been in existence for 20 years. Each G3 tour features Satriani with two other guitar gurus on the bill. This tour...
  • Tom Shackleford

    Photos: Umphrey’s McGee close out night two of Beacon residency with heavy hits

    Umphrey’s McGee took the stage nearly right at their scheduled 9 p.m. start time for the second of their three-night residency at New York’s Beacon Theatre on Saturday. The dependability of the veteran prog-rock/jam band has been one of their strongest assets for the past 20 years, a was sublime...
  • Photography by Kim Allegrezza

    In Photos: On the road with Avatar and his majesty the King

    Sweden’s most exciting musical export Avatar is on the road in support of their seventh full length LP, Avatar Country, which was released on Jan. 12 via Entertainment One in North America and Century Media. The album features their latest single “Statue Of The King." AXS caught their spectacular...
  • Tom Shackleford

    Photos: Aqueous bring their groovy rock jams to Rough Trade NYC

    One of the last times Aqueous made the trip to New York City was over the summer when they spent the evening warming the crowd up for jam/rock veterans Umphrey’s McGee at Central Park SummerStage. On Friday it was Aqueous’ turn to pull in a headline-worthy crowd and get the weekend started with some...
  • Will Pankey

    Photos: Tennis serenade the crowd the Fonda Theatre in LA

    On Nov. 16, husband and wife duo Tennis made a stop at the Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles as part of their current North American tour in support of their latest EP We Can Die Happy which was just released this month and latest studio album Yours Conditionally which was released back in March...
  • Corey Cretney

    Photos: Mr. Carmack plays first-ever live show in Los Angeles

    Last night, Mr. Carmack unveiled a totally new concept for him by playing a completely live set at the Echo in Los Angeles. Dubbed "three intimate shows," Carmack showed the small crowd that he is more than just a DJ and producer—he is an all around musician. When he first took the stage, he told...
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