Even after twenty-five years+ in the business and with frontman Huey Morgan recovering from a broken ankle, Fun Lovin' Criminals still showed that they're at the top of their game in Leeds on their recent UK tour.
Tonight saw The Script cramming their slick arena show into a stunning venue so, if you weren’t one of those lucky fans who managed to get hold of one of the thousand or so tickets, check out some of the photos here.
Toronto’s Lee’s Palace was recently graced by John 5 and The Creatures where, adorned in a creepy face mask, John 5 delivered some mind-bending guitar riffs as patrons held hands to the sides of their heads in awe. Along for the ride were Jared James Nichols and Dead Girls Academy.
Robyn recently ended her North American Honey tour at Toronto’s venue, Rebel and we were on hand to capture (and enjoy) every awesome moment.
Rivers of Nihil, currently meandering across North America supporting their Metal Blade release, Where Owls Know My Name, seriously messed up Mesa, AZ’s Club Red with Entheos, Conjurer, and Wolf King.
It might have been Tuesday night but Scottish songwriter KT Tunstall had Leeds O2 Academy rockin' like a Friday night. Check out Graham Finney's photos here.
State Champs carried on with their “Living Proof” tour at Baltimore Soundstage where they performed a hugely energetic, and near flawless performance, along with equally noteworthy openers Grayscale, The Dangerous Summer and Our Last Night.
Swedish death metal legends, Hypocrisy finally returned to North America! Even better, they brought along co-headliners Fleshgod Apocalyse and openers Aenimus. Mesa, AZ’s Club Red had no chance of staying calm.
On a windy Wednesday night in Toronto, The Black Queen rolled through the Velvet Underground for their first live show in the area, bringing with them New York city three-piece band Uniform and SRSQ.
Everyone is Irish at a Flogging Molly show and the band proved why during a rousing, eighteen-song performance at The Pageant in St. Louis, along with Lucero and Matt Heckler.
Supporting their brand new album, Phantoms, out March 1st via 604 Records, Vancouver pop-rockers Marianas Trench hit Toronto’s Sony Centre for a ghostly good show, featuring support from Elijah Woods x Jamie Fine.
The Stranglers are back out on the road performing a selection of songs from their battered yet still utterly vital forty year catalogue of songs to a crowd who are as excited as they were first time around. Check out photos from their set here.
The weather was absolutely dreadful outside in Leeds but, inside Becketts University, Los Angeles alt-pop stars LANY brought some of their sunshine to a packed Yorkshire venue.
Belfast punks Stiff Little Fingers, kicked off their UK tour at O2 Academy in Leeds and showed that, even after 40 years, their punk rock mayhem is still as relevant as ever.
A few months ago we were packed into the Mountford Hall in Liverpool, now we're packed into the First Direct Arena in Leeds to see songwriter George Ezra treat this sold-out crowd to a spellbinding performance. Check out Graham Finney's photos from his set here.
One OK Rock brought everyone into the ‘Eye Of The Storm’ with one of the most high-energy, captivating performances, featuring support from Waterparks and Stand Atlantic. Check out our review and photos!
Florida pop-rock band, Set It Off brought the North American leg of their world tour to Toronto’s Mod Club on March 6th for a rousing show, along with With Confidence, Super Whatevr and L.I.F.T..
Daron Malakian and Scars on Broadway performed a provoking two-hour set for a sold-out crowd last Thursday at The Observatory in Santa Ana, California. Thankfully for us all, we caught the show!
Within Temptation and In Flames teamed up for an epic evening of music, fun, and birthday wishes on March 6th at Toronto’s Rebel nightclub.
The “Someone To Die For” tour brought Ours (Jimmy Gnecco) and Leeds (Royston Langdon of the well-known British band Spacehog) for their astounding singer/songwriter show through Toronto’s Horseshoe Tavern on March 4th.