Review of The Faim’s debut album, ‘State of Mind.’
Who: Joyce Manor, Saves The Day
Where: Gateway City Arts, Holyoke Massachusetts
When: August 13th, 2019
This year’s annual iMatter Fest in Horseheads, New York featured Beartooth, Wage War, and more.
Album Review: Blacktop Mojo ‘Under the Sun’
Review of Capture’s debut album, ‘Lost Control.’
Baltimore’s stop on TWRP and The Protomen’s “Together at Last 2019 Tour” was a night of nostalgic reflection and sweaty celebration for the performers and fans alike!
TWRP’s lead vocalist-via-talkbox/keyboardist, Doctor Sung, took some time to chat with Concert Crap about the synth-funk-rock band’s recent whirlwind of activities.
Breaking Benjamin and Three Days Grace perform in Saratoga Springs, New York.
Chevelle perform at Saratoga Performing Arts Center in Saratoga Springs, New York.
KOTA the Friend sits down before his show in Boston to talk about his music and more.
Joe Bonamassa takes the stage at SPAC in Upstate New York.
Godsmack perform on Sunday night at the Cool Insuring Arena in Glens Falls, New York.
Jon Bellion continues to stun audiences along the Glory Sound Prep tour as he reaches Portland, Oregon.
Who: Catfish and The Bottlemen, The Worn Flints
Where: House Of Blues, Boston, Massachusetts
When: June 19th, 2019
Billy Raffoul and Parachute play The Troubadour
Hopeless Records, The Dangerous Summer and Have Mercy at The Hi Hat
Photos: Smokin’ Grooves returns to Long Beach, California and brings along Usher, T-Pain, Erykah Badu, and many more!
An enthusiastic Portland crowd reminds Aly & AJ what their tours have been missing as they bring the Sanctuary tour to Portland.
When PUP The Band takes Sunny San Diego.
Album review of Chase Atlantic’s new album, ‘PHASES’, out June 28.
Stream Yoshi Flower’s newest mixtape, ‘Peer Pleasure’ available on all major streaming platforms.
Alternative group Simple Creatures release new single “Special”.
Photos: Small Talks play their debut full-length album in full during their Connecticut headline show, giving us catchy pop music and rockstar vibes.
The only thing more contagious than an earworm written by frontman Ed Roland: the energy and chemistry all five members of Collective Soul exhibited at MECU Pavilion, as they played over a quarter-century’s worth of hits for thousands of eager fans in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor!
Shinedown photos from Madison Wisconsin