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Interpol Returns To The Windy City: Live at Chicago Theatre

Following an exhilarating set at Riot Fest just five months earlier, post-punk revival icons, Interpol, did not hesitate to return to Chicago for seconds. On February 7th, fans of all ages braved bitter coldness, packing the iconic Chicago Theatre to the brim for a very special performance. Currently on tour supporting their latest 2018 LP, […]

So You Want To Travel Abroad For A Music Festival?

It’s no secret that the international music festival scene has witnesses explosive growth over the past decade. What was a community of underground warehouses and desert raves have evolved into the EDCs of Tokyo, Mexico, Paris to Tomorrowland (and their newly minted Winter Edition in the Alps), Ozora, Afrikaburn, Hungary’s Sziget Festival, and, nestled in […]

This Is The Pink Floyd Show That Will Blow Your Mind

Inside an immersive art park in downtown Los Angeles sits five massive 360° domes built to push the limits of art and music. Today, technology and art are colliding in ways never before imagined even by the greatest creative minds of the last century. Experience the immersive world of Android Jones‘ Samskara and the music […]

Concert Review: Tigercide Previews Forthcoming EP ‘The Remedy’ at Los Angeles’ Legendary Echo

The band showcased their forthcoming EP The Remedy out for release later in 2019. Performing on the stage of Spaceland’s acclaimed Echo in the heart of Echo Park, indietronica duo Tigercide delivered a powerful performance this past Wednesday night. As Shexist poetically opened the show crooning “Solomon Square,” Saint Brendan provided live electronic instrumentation with his intricately […]

Moon’s Eye View: The Next Chapter Into Lucidity

The Lucidity saga enters its next chapter following a complex, yet understood tale that invites us to take a Moon’s Eye View. For six years the story of Lucidity was narrated through the lens of a dreamscape. An exploration into the unconscious with the intention of one day waking. Then came the start of a […]