A sold-out crowd greeted James Bay as he made his return to the city of Manchester. Check out the review and photos here…
Australian multi-instrumentalist Tash Sultana made her way to a sold-out show at Portland, Maine’s State Theatre on May 30, 2018, and we captured the goodness, along with opener Reuben Stone.
Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall and a full house welcomed Irish American Celtic punk rockers Flogging Molly to town last Tuesday night, along with openers The White Buffalo.
May 30th marked Ho99o9 and Injury Reserve’s powerful show at Toronto’s Velvet Underground. That wasn’t all, though. It’s hard to say what was more captivating: their primal screams and politically charged bars, or their stage presence.
Toronto-based alt-rockers Modern Space release a new single from their Before Sunrise EP. Read our review here…
Saxon, one of the forefathers in the New Wave of British Heavy Metal, hit the House of Blues on Sunset and showed LA that they’ve still got it.
Local favorites Armored Saint, celebrating their new Win Hands Down album, kicked out a powerful set of songs for their hometown, both new and old.
On May 30, Thrice’s “The Farewell Tour” stopped by Toronto where the band would play for the final time. I was lucky to catch this show; I’ve never seen Thrice live before and this would literally be my last chance. Unfortunately openers Animals as Leaders were unable to make the concert, leaving O’Brother to play a double set. This set back included, that night the Kool Haus venue seemed to be filled with a bittersweet atmosphere – entire room was filled with Thrice fans excited to watch one of their favorite bands live, the same fans who were sad this would be the last time the group graced the stage.