L.A. Burning, West Coast Concert Picks, May 1st To 7th
It’s Beachlife weekend at Redondo Beach
Beachlife Festival Has Announced Its 2023 Lineup
Throw your boardshorts or sundresses on
L.A. Burning West Coast Concert Picks, November 28th To December 4th
The White Buffalo is at the Regent Theater
Just Like Heaven, Saturday May 21st 2022
another full day of music
L.A. Burning, West Coast Concert Picks, May 16th To 22nd 2022
Interpol is at Just Like Heaven
Press Releases For June: Here Are The Artists
School of X and Left Vessel are among the press releases for June
Are They All Going To Tour This Fall? Fall Is Gonna See An Explosion Of Tours
Alanis Morissette will be all over the US till October
A Few Indie Releases From Modest Mouse, Liars, Lump, Rostam And José Gonzales
”From the Back of a Cab’ is probably my favorite song that I’ve written’
Life Is Beautiful Has Announces Its Lineup: Are We Back To Normal?
‘we’re thrilled to reunite and celebrate a collective return to discovery, serendipity, and together!’
Is Ivanka Listening To Music? Do We Even Care?
she had a punk phase in the ‘90s
Goodbye To The Satellite: The Iconic Silverlake Venue Is Closing For Good
the closure of the Satellite is a huge loss
A Quarantine In Lyrics
plenty of emotions and mindsets to explore
MODEST MOUSE “ICE CREAM PARTY” OUT NOW
NEW DECEMBER HEADLINE DATES
MODEST MOUSE SHARE SECOND SONG “I’M STILL HERE” FROM RECORD STORE DAY RELEASE
TOURING WITH BLACK KEYS THIS FALL
MODEST MOUSE SHARE “POISON THE WELL” A-SIDE
TOURING WITH BLACK KEYS THIS FALL
The Growlers Six, Saturday And Sunday October 28th & 29th 2017
a line up that could make the FYF fest jealous.
The Growlers Six In A Few Photos, Saturday October 28th 2017
from punk to rap, from surf rock to beach goth
Top 10 US Albums 4-4-15
I read the Modest Mouse interview in Rolling Stone and found Isaac brock much more interesting in person than he is on record where he is a but on the dodgy side. And I say that well aware that the man is a danger to himself and everyone else. Eight years between albums, eh? Personally, I go back to No One Is First, And You’re next when I wanna get my quirk on.
Modest Mouse’s New Video Features An Adorable Coyote
Modest Mouse’s song is a bright ballad with melancholic vocals tip toeing (just like this coyote) through gentle plucked guitars and full orchestration, brushed by harmonies soaring in cycles. The video couldn’t be more simple and this cute coyote seems so lost and adventurous at the same time,
Modest Mouse And Brand New, Forest Hills Stadium, Saturday, August 9th, 2014, Reviewed
Both of these bands reached their height in the 00s, both are quite good, both sets were more than fine. And both are not near the true nostalgia circuit. There is still life in the 20 somethings as they flip to their thirties and now it is time for new material.
That Was The Week Of August 4th, 2014, That Was
Consensus opinion is Spoon delivered the goods and for sure this is their best song to date, so good their Summerstage gig on September 10th is looking better and better except, given the type of venue and the type of band, I am not sure I can take the audience again. The new Al Jarreau is terrific.
10 Songs: Monday, August 11th, 2014
Right As Rain – Adele – Who was it who called Adelle a psychotic moldy old cow? well, yes, I admit it but I was discussing 21 not 19, and I even liked “Someone Like You” and I really love this gorgeously sung MOR soul song, from 19, which I didn’t hate – A
Active Viewin': rock nyc Concert Picks Week of August 4th, 2014
Sure, we’re hoping he returns to the Allman’s brothers for their last concerts ever in October, but even if he is, Dickey Betts, the country blues founding member of the Southern Boogie Kings, is unmissable at the Concert Hall at the New York Society for Ethical Culture this Friday. A fabulous venue (though the seats suck) for what should be a stand out performance.