Returning to San Diego after their single release, ‘Heart’, Slow Hollows delivered a hard hitting close for the Thursday night. Supported by Bad Kids and Raener, the crowd swayed from surf-punk to electro-pop between each set.
I was given the incredible honor of interviewing Mikey from, “Surfer
Blood,” who’s music began in West Palm, Florida. With almost 250,000 monthly
listeners on Spotify, this band hasn’t gone unnoticed, in their almost decade of
On January 6th, the locally loved bands Super Lunch and The Crudes took the stage at Bootleg Theater, for a show thrown by LA rock label, Penniback Records. Here’s a little collection of photos I snagged from the night.
Porches, the New York based synth-pop project just released their newest album ‘The House’ through Domino Recording Co. Porches’ sound has shifted from a mainly calm indie vibe to a more despondent romantic electronic-pop sound in this enticing third album. Vocalist, Aaron Maine, has brought in a hypnotic flair to this record that can only be described as Depeche Mode meets The Neighborhood.
The blurry months post-highschool graduation, everything understood and forgotten and lost and learnt.
Four days after my ex-boyfriend left me for another girl, I hopped on a plane to visit my family in Yankton, South Dakota. Surprisingly, these 7 days spent in a small mid western town cured my broken heart beyond belief. As you journey through my thoughts and feelings experienced throughout the week, I encourage you to listen to the songs listed. Each song expresses what I hope the pictures capture.
I don’t know about you, but I’ve been practically exploding in anticipation for the debut album from LA rock group, Starcrawler. Let me just get it out there, I attempted to stay up until midnight last night because I was that excited, knowing full well that I had work the next morning. Sadly, I only made it until 10 p.m. before I fell asleep. Anticlimactic, I know. But waking up this morning and realizing that it was out made up for everything, and for the first time in 2018 I started the day off the right way.
Penniback Records is an independent music label based in Los Angeles, and is currently producing some of the most involved and notable names in California’s local music scene. They have some powerful and inspiring women among their ranks, and this series is about them, all of the amazing ladies that make Penniback Records possible. They’re sound engineers, promoters, artists, musicians, but most of all, they’re activists.
I sat down with Megan Liscomb in her home to chat about her upcoming album “NEON” from her solo project PJ Sparkles. I’ve always been a fan of Megan’s music projects, so I was excited to get to talk to her about some more in depth topics regarding music, the creative process and what’s coming up in this new year.
A conversation with @mvzlamic on art, Islam, women in hijab and representation.
I love using film because it makes you really think about what you want to take a picture of, there is no deleting and once you press that shutter the photo pretty much exists forever. There’s also something nice about not knowing what the photo is going to look like until its developed, it really forces you to trust yourself.
We live in a digital era where the future is online and available to us in an instant. The majority of our news today comes with the glow of a screen at the convenience of our fingertips, but with that said, where can we find the future of print? Newspapers, magazines and publishing companies all over the world are constantly being challenged by the latest technology; which presents the question, “is the future paperless?”