Let’s take a minute to show you exactly what’s going on in Brooklyn: Mainland. The bicoastal, post-punk lovers of vintage throwbacks are one of the best bands to grace the internet.
This year, Lollapalooza was back and better than ever to celebrate some of music's biggest artists and bring music lovers from all over the world together.
Working closely with artists such as Chance the Rapper and Jaden Smith, the Norwegian producer has played a big part in developing content for artists.
Concert Gallery of the band Triathlon captured with film by Deandre Miller.
The synth-pop, indie rock star got on stage and played to the audience, inviting them to journey with him in his pain and happiness. His melodic voice, electronic beats, and acoustic sounds were enough to make fans go wild. The performance was nothing short of perfect.
In the heart of the U Street Corridor of Washington, DC, we sat down with Nic Perea, Wes Parker, Brian Larson, and Matt Benson of Camp Howard before their show with Sleepwalkers at DC9.
Although their surf-pop makes them sound is as if they have been plucked straight from the beach, the Vancouver band, Peach Pit, has started to make impressions globally.
A new take on Chicago’s music scene, Varsity, are showing their true colors with Parallel Person, the latest release from the retro pop group.
Aaron Maine, better known as Porches, usually spends his time writing songs in his New York apartment or on the road touring his latest album, The House. After starting the project in 2010 as an indie rock band, Maine has slowly stepped out of that comfort zone and moved into the next with his synth-pop sound.
With rapid punk guitar rifts, pop-dance rhythms, and a reminiscent grunge voice, FAVX has developed a sound that unites three genres into one style.
Caamp is known for their heartfelt sound, and authentic live shows that leave their loyal crowds with hearts pounding. We captured their show at 930 Club as they open for Rainbow Kitten Surprise.
Concert Gallery of the band Triathlon captured with film by Justin Yun.
As chaotic and hectic as it sounds hosting events across the entire city, music is a driving factor for many to visit Austin during SXSW.
We were able to talk with The Aces in Houston, Texas, opening for COIN during their North American tour. We discussed the unique music scene in Utah, embracing all differences, and touring with COIN.
The Australian born musician came to New York City for the first time in 2014 and immediately trashed his return ticket. Hitting the streets, he became infamous for busting all expectations, and some ribs, in his chaotic live performances.
Billie’s show is a one of a kind intimate live performance that is a MUST SEE. Be sure to check her out during the rest of her Wheres My Mind North American Tour, you will not regret it!
Most of the images are from the band's downtime and scenery throughout the whole trip- including countries such as Norway, Poland, and France
The record follows in the steps of the first EP, Notos, in a mythological theme and continues on the lyrical path of contemplation and introspection
LP’s music conveys a range of emotions, that was faithfully captured across the set list. While LP is multi-talented, her voice is undoubtedly her most impressive instrument. You could feel the goosebumps of your neighbors and hear them whisper the only word they could conjure, “wow”, as LP demonstrated her ability to pristinely hit high-notes and every vocal melody leading up to it.
Hannah Who, a newborn indie-pop band formed in Lubbock, Texas, epitomizes the idea that the millennial generation is the bridge to a much more culturally diverse future
Fueled by a year of internal questioning and introspection while the streets of America faced turmoil, Naomi’s meditative lyrics stoked the fire of societal change amidst the uproar that was impossible for her to ignore.