Two killer indie pop bands both captured in dreamy photographs that make you wish you could have felt it all for yourself. But if you’re like me, (Kyla) and couldn’t make it to the show (probably because I live across the country), this photo gallery will have to do!
It’s a Saturday night at the House of Blues in beautiful Downtown San Diego, as I had the chance to talk to a couple of band members from the San Fran rock band, Hot Flash Heat Wave. I quickly gathered that this group clearly has some kind of dynamic as one, must be because of the fact that the whole crew is a pack of Aries. “We’re allergic to boredom”, they say as they try to explain their creativity.
A photo gallery of self acclaimed, ‘Hollywood cyber punk’ group, Girl Pusher. Check out the full gallery from the show.
As the music industry’s rising it-girl, Billie Eilish is quickly becoming a household name. Her “take no shit” attitude and smooth, angelic vocals are just two aspects of this artist’s iconic magnetism, something that even the toughest critics can’t ignore. The 16 year old is already making headlines with the success of her debut album, “Don’t Smile at Me,”
and countless number of sold-out tour dates.
We captured moments from the Joywave show at The Observatory in Santa Ana, featuring electro-group, KOPPS. Keep reading to see the photo gallery from the show.
Northern stretch of coast & a trip for the books. Drew Austin shares a diary of salt-drenched surf snaps, straight from the australian ocean.
I recently sat down with Brian Strauss and Christian Cate of the San Diego local band Of Ennui to talk about their latest release, Tone Poems. If you’re a fan of heavy, melodic, atmospheric, moody shoegaze jams then this band is for you. Keep reading for photos and interview.
A killer show from The Bash Dogs and Spendtime Palace at The Observatory OC, February 9th. Keep reading to see the 50 photo gallery, full of crowd surfers, mosh pit aficionados, and some of your favorite local musicians.
On February 8th, alt-pop artist, Lights, took over North Park with the Australian boys of Chase Atlantic for a killer night. Here is a collection of photos from the show, hope you enjoy.
Jasmine Bailey is an independent artist that you’re going to want to have on your radar this year. This last Friday night she played to friends and fans at the House of Blues in San Diego, followed by an invite only private house show. She played songs off of her most recent album, Wild Woman (listen here), as well as brand new unreleased material. Her beautiful voice and warm moody vibes make her music truly unique and inspiring, and her strong and independent personality really stands out when she is up on stage. Her love of music and art shine through in everything she does, and she truly deserves every bit of success life brings to her and her musical career. Jasmine is going on a west coast tour this spring, find tour dates and sign up for her mailing list to stay in the loop! –> https://www.jasminebaileymusic.com/ <— Support local artists and buy her music and go see her play around town. Scroll down to see featured photos from both shows!” And don’t forget …
The No Sun No Moon Tour with The Devil Wears Prada, Silent Planet, Veil of Maya, and Thousand Below in Phoenix, AZ at The Nile Theater on 10/25.
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.