Recent Articles
  • 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...
  • © Mary Andrews

    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...
  • Corey Cretney

    Best photos from Camp Flog Gnaw 2017

    Camp Flog Gnaw 2017 is a wrap, and while we are all recovering from the long, but amazing weekend, it's time to look back at some of our favorite moments from the two-day, Tyler, the Creator, curated festival. The lineup this year was nothing short of impressive as usual, with headliners Kid Cudi...
  • Photo by Sari Cohen

    Review: Enrique Iglesias, Pitbull and CNCO bring hope, fun and a whole lot of love to Los Angeles

    Enrique Iglesias, Pitbull and CNCO are the perfect aphrodisiacs. Their Oct. 27 show at The Forum, in Los Angeles, brought on plenty of cheering and dancing in the aisles – even in between sets. With multiple sold-out shows, this is the second leg of the tour for Iglesias and Pitbull, which started...
  • Frank Ocean releases photo essay and personal letter

    Frank Ocean releases photo essay and personal letter

    Since the release of the mixtape, nostalgia, ULTRA in 2011, Frank Ocean has made it clear that he does not want to be an indistinguishable artist in the vast sea of R&B singers. He has done that by shunning the bravado that others have used to mask their true selves and instead, put things like...
  • ACC Editions

    Check out photos of David Bowie from new book, 'When Ziggy Played the Marquee'

    In October of 1973, a select few were invited to The Marquee in Soho, London, for a performance by David Bowie as Ziggy Stardust that many did not know would be the last. In those select few that were invited was famed photographer Terry O'Neill, who just released a book on Oct. 16, finally showing...
  • Emily Korn

    Photos: A triumphant trifecta of female musicians sweep Terminal 5

    Tuesday night in New York City was anything but ordinary, as the lights dimmed at Terminal 5 and the stage made way for three phenomenal female musicians (each with their own unique veracity, verve, and vivacity). A lineup that came as a surprise to some, read as a magical medley of rock/pop/indie...
  • Ryan Smith

    Photos: Whitehorse evoke mystique in live performance

    Two old school phone receivers hung from their microphones—one black, one white—at Ignition Music in Goshen, Ind. Saturday night. The performers have been described as everything from a garden-variety folk-rock band to a desert surf duo. Canadian husband-and-wife combo Whitehorse were making a...
  • Corey Cretney

    Photos: Bonobo hits LA's Greek Theatre with live band

    Simon Green, who is better known as DJ/producer Bonobo, has been embarking on a tour in support of his latest album Migration, which is his sixth studio album and was released earlier this year. During his current tour, Bonobo made a stop in his current hometown of Los Angeles, at the iconic Greek...
  • Corey Cretney

    Photos: Fleet Foxes return to Los Angeles after 6 years

    It finally started to feel like fall in Los Angeles, and there was no better way to kick off the season than a night at the Hollywood Bowl with two amazing artists. On Saturday night, Fleet Foxes, with support from Beach House, made their return for their first show in L.A. in six years, and it was...
  • Corey Cretney

    Photos: Glass Animals play impressive set at LA's Shrine Auditorium

    Glass Animals recently set off on their North American tour in support of their latest album How To Be A Human Being, and the indie quartet isn't holding anything back on this tour. Last week, the band stopped at Los Angeles' Shrine Auditorium to prove to fans that the album, which was released last...
  • Slideshow Main Photo Credits

    How the story goes with San Fermin at the Bluebird Theater

    By all accounts, Ellis Ludwig-Leone is the “leader” of San Fermin, who played the Bluebird Theater Wednesday night. He is the creative force behind the band, writing the songs and laying the framework for three albums of beautiful and touching orchestral pop. But, you wouldn’t know it based on the...
  • Corey Cretney

    Photos: First-ever Soulection Experience at The Shrine with Sango, Steve Lacy and more

    Soulection's events never disappoint, and the collective proved that again on Saturday in Los Angeles at their first-ever Soulection Experience event at the Shrine Expo Hall and Grounds. The bill, which included Sango, Smino, ESTA., Steve Lacy, monte booker, Abjo, Sabrina Claudio and more, was...
  • Tom Shackleford

    Photos: White Denim and The Revivalists deliver one-two punch with Central Park performance

    The audience that packed Rumsey Playfield in Central Park on Thursday night weren’t the typical set of concert goers. Most folks who find themselves within the psychedelic and/or jam music scene usually are anything but typical. The more adventurous crowd got just what they were looking for as the...
  • Larry Hirshowitz

    Photos: The War On Drugs preview new music at intimate KCRW Apogee Session

    At the end of this month, The War On Drugs will return with their new album A Deeper Understanding. It’s a title that accurately describes the band’s latest output. Where the band’s early records saw Adam Granduciel and Co. tinkering and finding their footing, with 2014’s Lost in the Dream and now A...
Sponsor

Sign up for our weekly event guide email.

Be the first to know. Get personalized event announcements, updates, and reviews every week with the AXS.com event guide email.

Privacy Policy