Photos by Tom Dellinger // Written by Molly Kish // Allen Stone with Brynn Elliott // The Chapel - San Francisco June 23rd, 2015 // Outwardly spoken … BAM ON
By Andy Magnes // With "Fare Thee Well" upon us and everyone dancin' in the streets, it's time to make some predictions for this one final run to be … BAM ON
Festival season is upon us, and some of you might be getting ready to pitch your tent at a music festival this summer. Lucky you! Camping at music festivals … BAM ON
Festival season is upon us, and some of you might be getting ready to pitch your tent at a music festival this summer. Here is a festival camping guide that should help with all your outdoor-living needs.
SHOW REVIEW: I might not be too old yet, but it’s sure starting to feel that way.
INTERVIEW: A lot changed for Miami Horror founder and bandleader Benjamin Plant when he moved to Los Angeles nearly three years ago — and for the better.
FESTIVAL REVIEW: Embracing the culture of the Pacific Northwest, Sasquatch! caters to the growing breed of indie-centric fans caring just as much about the festival experience (if not more) than the music itself.
FESTIVAL REVIEW: The Do LaB has created one of the most unique experiences on the entire U.S. festival circuit, but whether LIB can maintain its “boutique” label remains to be seen.
FESTIVAL REVIEW: Celebrating its 16th year, Oysterfest’s lineup of hip-hop and dance artists kicked the party up a notch with some profane rap classics and club favorites.
I went to a listening party in LA for the new MMJ album, with Jim James commenting after each song. Here’s what you can expect from the new album.
FESTIVAL REVIEW: Goldenvoice and FNGRS CRSSD are quickly changing the game after putting on a nearly flawless first edition of CRSSD Festival at San Diego’s Waterfront Park.
FESTIVAL REVIEW: Noise Pop never fails to create some of the most memorable experiences in live entertainment throughout the Bay Area each year.
FESTIVAL REVIEW: Here are 10 things we took away from two action-packed days at Air + Style in Los Angeles.
INTERVIEW: The Dodos caught up with Showbams before their headlining show at Great American Music Hall, giving us a look inside their 50/50 mindset.
The Soft White Sixties, Mahgeetah & Coo Coo Birds rock ‘Showbams Presents’ showcase at Brick & Mortar
SHOW REVIEW: The Soft White Sixties were joined by opening acts Mahgeetah and Coo Coo Birds in a grand finale of epic proportions, presented by Showbams.
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VENUE REVIEW: Once a grindhouse and adult movie theater decades ago, the newly-reopened Regent Theater has quickly found its place in a crowded, yet booming downtown LA.
Killer Mike’s emotional soliloquy on police brutality starts St. Louis show with a heavy dose of real
The content of Killer Mike’s speech on Monday should go down in history as the quintessential reaction to the Grand Jury’s decision not to indict in the murder of Michael Brown.
FESTIVAL REVIEW: Culture Collide stopped off in SF for the first time ever before making its way down to LA, bringing bands from around the globe to celebrate music, food and culture, of course.
FESTIVAL REVIEW: Treasure Island Music Festival 2014 will be remembered for its triumphant headliners, along with its embrace of minimalist, finger-snapping electropop.
INTERVIEW: Neither Lucas MacFadden (Cut Chemist) nor hip-hop would be anywhere near where they are today without the lifelong contributions of Afrika Bambaataa.