Undoubtedly, the early 2000’s were a heyday for the genre known as “emo” – an amalgamation of post-hardcore, pop-punk, alternative rock and indie pop with sprinkled elements of synth and new wave. Eventually, the term “emo” spanned across all facets of popular culture including fashion and behavior. The stereotypical […]
It was a quiet Saturday evening in Highland Park, right in the middle of a lazy holiday weekend. I arrived early to the rather empty Hi Hat, watching guests slowly trickle in as they buzzed softly with muted excitement. Members of Sleepy Sun mingled comfortably with friends in […]
Last Friday, FKJ brought the good vibes to The Novo in Los Angeles and proved he is the one-man show you do not want to miss.
What may first catch on-goers with the abstract, and textured folds of a visually pleasing design, local Pomona bar and venue, Acerogami, is developing a larger grip on local music and continues to take its part as a vital asset in Pomona in bringing the music community together.
Taking place in Orange County, La Tocada Fest puts on a one day festival packed with some of the best Latin musicians. From Natalia LaFourcade’s effortlessly beautiful performance to Cafe Tacvba’s highly anticipated set, the festival was vibrant and colorful with the sound of Latin jams. With people speaking […]
Masego brought the energy last night opening up for Australian producer Ta-ku at the Novo in DTLA.
September 10th paved the way for Alhambra to showcase their fest giving abilities, while placing themselves on the map through Main Fest’s impressive line-up. Heavily based on electronic and dance music, Main Fest 2016 proved to be a great starting point in highlighting the talent of Los Angeles and […]
There’s something weirdly wonderful that is created when witnessing James Supercave live. Weird in the sense that there is a natural trance that glosses over the body during a simple collision of sounds to the ears. On Wednesday, August 3rd, The Federal Underground in Long Beach welcomed these […]
Written by: Fernanda Vidaurrazaga // Janette Ayub // Photos by: FolkGRP With 150 musical acts, an audience averaging around 50,000, and food trucks galore, the 9th annual music discovery platform known as Make Music Pasadena welcomed the community to its eclectic range of artists. Created by the Old Pasadena Management District and the […]
On May 17th the Echo showcased artists Chloe x Halle and Faulkner. The venue created a cool atmosphere with low lighting, relaxing fog, and plush seating. Blue and purple lights bounced off the dual disco balls in the center of the room before performers came out. The patio located at […]