To promote their sophomore album Wild World, Bastille has been very busy performing at some of the first venues they ever played in the U.S. On Monday, Oct. 09, ‘The Born to Be Wild World North American Mini-Tour Tour’ came to an end at LA’s most famous and intimate venue, The Troubador. In front ofContinue reading Concert Review: Bastille Bring Wild World to LA
It’s always bittersweet to watch a band end a tour run. The indie band The Mowgli’s officially ended their spring tour on Friday, June 10 at The Constellation Room in Santa Ana, Ca. Next time the band goes on tour it will be with an entirely new set list. As the band is expected toContinue reading Concert Review: The Mowgli’s Spring Tour Comes to An End
Saying goodbye is always hard, but Altas Genius gave “a perfect end” to their final tour performance on April 29, 2016 at El Rey Theater. The tour featured two stunning acts, The Young Wild and Atlas Genius. With youthful looks and energy, The Young Wild is an appropriate name for this band. Hailing from SanContinue reading Concert Review: Atlas Genius, Skylar Grey and The Young Wild Wowed Crowed One Final Time
Pop, soul, and good music. X Ambassadors has the whole audience erupting with cheer as they performed at The Wiltern in Los Angeles on March 25,2016. Opening the VHS 2.0 Tour were Powers and Seinabo Sey. Both acts were incredibly different. Powers performance relied on fun pop beats. For a small unknown band, Powers entertainingContinue reading Concert Review: X Ambassadors VHS 2.0 Tour
Every year the Los Angeles radio station 106.7 KROQ hosts their annual Almost Acoustic Christmas show, bringing the best artists on one stage for two different nights. Although tons of people complained online stating the lineup was “crappy” and “gets worse every year.” I personally liked the lineups and bought tickets for the first night.
The best concerts usually occurs during the weekends. When all work and school commitments are done and you are ready to enjoy the weekend and have fun. Yet, New Politics concert on Dec.8, felt like a huge party. One that you never wanted to end. The concert started with a performance from the newbie band NewContinue reading Concert Journal- Coleman Hell and New Politics: An Explosive Concert Combination
To make the last month of the year even more memorable, Atlas Genius kicked off 98.7 Altimate December to Remember concert series on December 1st. Marian Hill opened the concert with an electric bang. The band is a duo from Philadelphia, made up of production artist Jeremy Lloyd and vocalist Samantha Gongol.
Smallpools latest tour, The American Love Tour featuring special guests Phoebe Ryan and Machine Heart, is sadly coming to an end. On Nov. 5th, the band played their second-to-last show at The Constellation Room in Santa Ana, Ca. The bright green hair is the first thing you notice about Phoebe Ryan. Once she opens herContinue reading Smallpools Killer Show at The Constellation Room in Santa Ana, Ca
On Friday, Oct. 30th, the Los Angeles station 106.7 KROQ, hosted their annual Halloween Costume Ball which featured DJ Jeremiad, Peking Duk, and Cage The Elephant. The first two acts, DJ Jeremaid and Peking Duk, kept the crowd entertained playing many Halloween themed songs and EDM tracks. The whole audience seemed to enjoy the music butContinue reading Concert Journal:Kroq Halloween Costume Ball Ft. Cage the Elephant
In an intimate venue filled with screaming teens, mostly girls, the ‘Let the Kids Riot’ tour featuring-The Mosers, Night Riots and Young Rising Sons- kicked off on Oct. 29 at The Constellation Room in Santa Anna, Ca. The first band to perform was the rock band, The Mosers.