Jorja Smith at The Greek Theatre in Los Angeles
Jorja Smith captivated the Greek Theater crowd in Los Angeles as she seduced and enticed them over song after song.
The National at Union Transfer
The National stopped by Philly’s Union Transfer for a super special show prior to the release of their new album ‘I Am Easy to Find.’ They played a super special sneak peak of the new songs, as well as a healthy dose of the hits. Philadelphia indie fans will be forever grateful.
Florence + The Machine w/ Christine and the Queens @ Concord Pavilion
Florence + The Machine played Concord Pavilion in Concord, CA on a dark and stormy night, which made her already fantastic show all the more magical. French chanteuse Héloïse Letissier, aka Christine and the Queens, opened the show and made for a tremendous double bill.
Strand of Oaks at Union Transfer 2019
Strand of Oaks stops by Philadelphia’s Union Transfer for a rippin’ hometown show to wrap up his U.S. tour.
Just Like Heaven Music Festival @ Queen Mary Park, Long Beach
The inaugural Just Like Heaven music festival took place on May 3rd and 4th at Queen Mary Park in Long Beach, CA. Originally schedule to be a single day, tickets sold out so quickly a second date was added on Friday, featuring the same line up bands. French dance rock outfit Phoenix headlined, and were joined by the likes of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, MGMT, Grizzly Bear, and the Rapture.
La Dispute at The Regent Theater in Los Angeles
La Dispute blew the crowd away with their mix of 90’s post hardcore and indie rock jams. La Dispute also promoted their new album Panorama.
Ex Hex w/ Feels at Great American Music Hall
Ex Hex recently released their excellent second record, the hair-metal-tinged ‘It’s Real,” and hit the road with LA psych-punk-grunge band Feels. The tour hit Great American Music Hall in San Francisco on April 23.
The 1975 w/ Pale Waves @ Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
Manchester, England pop-rock stars The 1975, touring in support of last year’s ‘A Brief Inquiry into Online Relationships’ and ahead of the release of their upcoming fourth record, ‘Notes on a Conditional Form,’ played a sold-out show at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco on April 23, the first night of a two-night stand in SF. Fellow Mancunians Pale Waves played a quick set of goth pop to warm up the crowd.
Foals @ Brooklyn Steel
British rock band Foals, out on tour in support of their fifth record “Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – Part 1,” played a three-night stand at Brooklyn Steel on April 12-14. Check out photos from a packed Night 2.
Spiritualized @ The Masonic
Jason Pierce (aka J. Spaceman) brought his iconic British space rock outfit Spiritualized to the Masonic in San Francisco.
Donna Missal @ The Independent
New Jersey-bred singer Donna Missal brought her “This Time” tour to the Independent in San Francisco on March 26th.
Lucy Dacus at The Black Cat
Lucy Dacus and her stellar band proved once again why they are one of the best live acts in indie rock.
Kurt Vile at 9:30 Club
Philadelphia’s Kurt Vile brought his catalog of beloved hits to DC’s iconic 9:30 Club.
Better Oblivion Community Center @ August Hall
Better Oblivion Community Center, the new collaboration featuring Conor Oberst and Phoebe Bridgers, played a sold-out show at August Hall in San Francisco. The show featured songs from their self-titled debut record, as well as covers and reworked versions from their respective solo catalogs. Opening the show were two Bridgers cohorts, the experimental punk theatrical outfit Sloppy Jane, and singer/songwriter Christian Lee Hutson.
Metric + Zoe w/ July Talk @ The Masonic
Canadian synth-rock stalwarts Metric and Mexican alt-rockers Zoe are out on a co-headlining tour, and played the Masonic in San Francisco on March 13th. Toronto-based alt-rock band July Talk opened the show, and tilting the balance of this North American tour toward Canada…