Slam Dunk kicked off festival season in the UK as Enter Shikari, Bowling For Soup, Yellowcard played to a sold-out Temple Newsam crowd.
Avatar, supporting their latest album, ‘Dance Devil Dance,’ hit a sold-out Manchester Music Hall in Lexington, Kentucky, supported by Veil of Maya and Orbit Culture.
We were fortunate to be among the ~65,000 attendees at Taylor Swift’s “Eras Tour” show at Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, MA) with Phoebe Bridgers and Gayle.
Wage War brought the “Manic” to Worcester Palladium on May 12th with bands Nothing, Nowhere and Spite. What else can we say? It was a killer show!
We caught Blink-182’s first of two Toronto shows at Scotiabank Area and, along with openers Turnstile and Beauty School Dropout, the night was one hell of a party!
Currents brought along Like Moths to Flames and Invent Animate for a spectacular, sold-out show at Gramercy Theatre in New York.
Touring to support The Sick, the Dying… and the Dead!, the first new Megadeth album in 6 years, Dave…
London rock duo Nova Twins hosted an intimate pop-up show at Brooklyn, NY’s Elsewhere on Tuesday evening, and we were lucky to catch their set!
California alt-pop trio half•alive brought their “Conditions Of A Punk” tour to New York’s Brooklyn Steel with support from Tessa Violet and Dev Lemons.
80s pop icons Duran Duran brought their glitzy pop anthems to a packed Manchester AO Arena. Check out the photo gallery from the show here.
We were super-lucky to catch Spiritbox during “The Eternal Blue Tour” when they hit a sold-out House of Blues in Boston with After The Burial and Intervals.
Forefathers of thrash and heavy metal graced Alberta’s capital at the Edmonton Convention Centre on Monday night as Megadeth brought the formidable “Crush the World” tour to town.
UK legends Placebo brought an intimate sold-out show to NYC’s Brooklyn Steel with support from British feminist punk band Big Joanie.