Band Of Horses

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It’s Beachlife weekend at Redondo Beach

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Throw your boardshorts or sundresses on

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Charging from every corner of the stage

Listen To The First Song By BNQT, With Members Of Band Of Horses, Franz Ferdinand, Midlake, Grandaddy

By Alyson Camus | February 2, 2017

a ‘poor man’s Traveling Willburys

Band Of Horses At Amoeba, Wednesday June 1st 2016

By Alyson Camus | June 2, 2016

the combined strumming got very powerful for the audience’s greatest pleasure.

Jail Weddings and Band Of Horses w/ Jason Lytle Share Two Christmas Songs

By Alyson Camus | December 20, 2014

You must have heard, it’s Christmas,… again! And here they are again, these eternal songs that come back every year with the same boring arrangements and inanity. Is it that difficult to write new Christmas songs? I guess, because we have been playing the same old clichés for over a century.

MMJ Holiday In 2015

By Iman Lababedi | June 22, 2014

Far be it for me to mock the afflicted, but this line up is painful just to read , let alone see. My Morning Jacket peaked in 2008 and Dawes, War On Drugs, and, oh god no, Dr. Dog, might peak one of these days, we don’t really know. The only name that excites me here is Biz Markie, and really I think I’ve heard “Just A Friend” live once or twice before.

Be Here Now: Snapshot Reviews Of New ALbum Releases 2-11-14

By Iman Lababedi | February 11, 2014

Love Death Immortality – The Glitch Mob – Or Justin Boreta, Ed Ma, and Josh Mayer, three LA DJs with a great tweak and bass sound for the ages. This is the Glitch Mob’s sophomore effort and it is even harder than the first. An unwavering mesh of synth sounds, doctored drums and bass bass bass and bigger then life. Giving the EDM audience what they want – ALBUM OF THE WEEK – B+

We Take A Look At Marie Lynn's IPod!

By Iman Lababedi | January 27, 2014

On the phone a coupla days ago I asked Marie what she was listening to and in response she sent me her most played list off her Ipod. “When I want to play music where I know I’m gonna love every song, I play this”, she explained. “These are the songs I never get tired of.”