Vans Warped Tour held it’s last ever event in Ventura on Sunday, June 24th at the Ventura Fairgrounds. Vans Warped Tour Says Good Bye to […]
Turnover photos in Pomona, California.
Photos and review of The Devil Wears Prada’s stop in Pomona, California.
Photos and review of CalJam 2017 with Foo Fighters, Queens of the Stone Age and more.
Live photo gallery of Atlas Genius and Flor at the Observatory in Santa Ana, California.
Photos and review of PVRIS, Lights and Party Nails in Los Angeles, California.
Photos of High and Low Fest featuring Brand New and more in San Bernardino, California.
Live photo gallery of various bands at the Pomona, California stop of the 2017 Vans Warped Tour.
Album review and tracklist for In Urgency’s “Painting Parallels”.
Concert photo gallery of Deftones, Thrice and Frank Iero live in Las Vegas, Nevada last Saturday.
Full album review and tracklist of Sworn In’s “All Smiles”.
Live photo gallery and review of The Brevet at House of Blues in Anaheim, California.
Photo gallery of Modest Mouse and The Fox Theather in Pomona, California on May 28, 2017.
Concert Crap sits down to talk to New England based photographer Jordyn Beschel.
Los Angeles’ own The Rare Occasions provides us with an exclusive Spotify playlist.
In our new Photographer Spotlight Series, we talk with Christian Sarkine.
Mayday Parade celebrates 10 years of A Lesson in Romantics at House of Blues in Anaheim, CA.
Kelsey Lockhart is a current contributor for ConcertCrap.com and is the first photographer to be featured on our new column.
Speaking with Alex Badanes on more behind the scenes of Emo Night Brooklyn.
Photo gallery and review of Enter Shikari and Being as an Ocean at The Glass House Concert Hall in Pomona, California on March 12, 2017.
Photo gallery of August Burns Red, Protest the Hero, In Hearts Wake and ’68 at The Observatory Orange County in Santa Ana on January 25.
Awfully Good Records’ “SoCal Split Release Show” photo gallery featuring: Firing All Cylinders, From Zero 2 Hero, Desolate the Few, Hideouts and Table for Six.
Our seventh part in our series of “Best, most surprising, and most disappointing albums of 2016”.
Hands Like Houses teamed up with Our Last Night to shake up Pomona at The Glass House Concert Hall with support from The Color Morale and Out Came the Wolves
Early 00s’ pop punk/emo legends, Good Charlotte, played Pomona in support of their new album with support from Set Your Goals and The Story So Far
Johann Arteaga Ramos is a SoCal photographer that made a name for himself through his “cinematic” art. We recently had a chance to talk to him about his career and his new Lightroom preset pack.
Review and photo gallery from Yellowcard’s Farewell Tour at the Novo in Los Angeles.
Photo gallery of “The Aggressive Tour” with Beartooth, Every Time I Die and Fit for a King at the OC Observatory in Santa Ana.
Photo gallery of Blink 182 and A Day To Remember in Irvine, California.
The Emo Nite afterparty following Chain Fest.
Review and photos of Chain Fest Saturday at the Observatory in Santa Ana.
Gallery of LAYNE at “School Night” at the Bardot in Hollywood.
The founders of Emo Nite speak with us on how it came to be, their best moments, Drake Yoga, and more.
Photo gallery of Bad Omens at White Oak Music Hall in Van Nuys, California.
With Warped Tour wrapping up this week, fall tour announcements for many of those bands are on their way. As seen above, Warped ’16 artist The Story So Far, Set Your Goals and Four Year Strong have some big plans going into this fall season.
Sum 41 wants fans to know loud and clear that this upcoming fall tour is not a “comeback” by any means. In addition, it is not, in their own words, a “sum-back” tour either.
Pop punk/easycore outfit Broadside, just debuted a new music video for their song “The Simple Type,” off the album Old Bones.
My Chemical Romance and Warner Music Group collectively “broke the internet” today, for lack of better words, with a vague YouTube teaser.
Los Angeles indie-pop rock transplant LAYNE is ready to take the world on with their new EP entitled “The Black Hills”.
Chain Fest is commemorating the 20th anniversary of Orange County’s Chain Reaction.