Big Something brings jam band goodness to St. Louis

North Carolina-based improvisational rock band Big Something came roaring into St Louis on April 18th and I could not have been more excited. In 2018, I was fortunate enough to help run sound for The Big What? — Big Something’s self-produced jam band festival thrown in the North Carolina hills. When I first learned about […]

Princess Goes gets spacy synthy at San Diego’s Music Box

It’s Friday night at the Music Box in downtown San Diego… the Friday following New Year’s Eve (a mere five days prior), meaning most inhabitants of this coastal town are in hibernation mode until further notice. But not the synth-loving, darkwave fans of Princess Goes — a sonically progressive band led by renowned actor Michael […]

Altın Gün introduces Nashville to musical fusion, Anatolian Rock

Altın Gün is a band that has been on my musical radar for quite some time now. I remember hearing their 2018 release On and being blown away by how different their sound was. The band flawlessly combines elements of psychedelic rock and traditional Turkish folk music called Anatolian Rock. When I noticed a tour […]

WORLD SINGLE PREMIERE: StoneTribe ft. Kat Hall, “One Love”

Eclectic musicians DandeLION and Natoven of StoneTribe are throwing genres to the wind and challenging music lovers to experience the blending of a multitude of styles. The masterful duo has found a way to seamlessly blend modern reggae, hip-hop, R&B, pop and surf rock into one refreshingly rich sound.  StoneTribe is gearing up to release […]

The Church releases first ever concept album

Australian psych-guitar masters, The Church is released their epic 26th album on February 24th. The Church has risen to the occasion to expand their highly acclaimed and blended post-punk, and psychedelic music vibes, it is unbelievable. Their expansive music career generated a sequence of hit songs including “Under the Milky Way,” “Reptile,” “The Unguarded Moment” and “Almost With You,” amongst […]

Black Lips gets rowdy at The Lodge Room, Los Angeles

Loud, raucous, supersonic. I’ve been dying to see a show at The Lodge Room for years. Its a fantastic venue inside an old Masonic lodge from the 1920s that’s been converted into a live performance powerhouse in Los Angeles, with all the necessary modern niceties you’d expect — all the chic, stylized charm that you […]

The Black Angels gets trippy in Nashville

It was another beautiful fall night in Nashville as I headed downtown to the best venue in the music city, the Brooklyn Bowl. The anticipation I felt going into this evening was at an all-time high as two of my favorite bands would be performing, The Vacant Lots and The Black Angels. The Vacant Lots […]

Roger Waters gets under LA’s skin

After all that was happening in the entertainment industry over the last couple years, we are finally able to attend all the postponed shows that got pushed back by COVID. There is a special feeling when you hold your tickets for almost three years and the day finally arrives. To see not just a band […]