Black Rebel Motorcycle Club & Deap Vally (Terminal 5)

Terminal 5 | New York, NY | November 8, 2016 | Photos & Words: Cortney Armitage | There we were at “The last rock ‘n’ roll show before the end of the world.” It seemed that Robert Bean echoed mosts feelings of anxiety in New York City’s Terminal 5 on election night (at one point he even asked what the election was […]

Femejism By Deap Vally

Deap Vally | Femejism | Rating: 8/11 | If the title of Deap Vally’s new record doesn’t make things clear, let me help you out: Deap Vally are not here for your foolishness. No, sir. They’re here to blow up the outside world from the delicate and ladylike perch of their womanhood, wrecking any and all absurd patriarchal tendencies lingering […]

“Royal Jelly” By Deap Vally

“If you wanna be Queen bee / Then you better make honey” The Who: Deap Vally (Los Angeles, CA) The What: The last time that we saw Lindsey Troy and Julie Edwards aka Deap Vally they were slinging slices of their funky, brazen, sexy and snarling punk rock all over the place at Echo Park Rising. If any two women are well-equipped to […]

Music On, World Off: ‘Sup Dead Sara?

Look at them. Siouxsie Medley, Emily Armstrong and Sean Friday. Just look at them: Are they or are they not cute as fuck? Yeah, they are. ‘Sup, Dead Sara? When you dig into this week’s edition of my MUSIC ON, WORLD OFF Spotify playlist you’ll find that one of my absolute FAVORITE bands, Los Angeles rockers Dead Sara, make up 30.769% […]

MUSIC ON, WORLD OFF: #SaveLucifer Edition

The devil that you know is infinitely better than the one you don’t and that’s just one reason why I was invested in the FOX fantasy drama, Lucifer, starring Tom Ellis as everyone’s favorite hedonistic club-owning desire hound, Lucifer Morningstar, recently relocated to Los Angeles (the City of Angels, of course) due to boredom with his official duties as the Angel of Hell (aka the […]

A High Voltage Year In Photos: 2016

2016. The year too many iconic artists left this earth and “Grab ’em by the p*ssy.” ingrained itself into America’s vernacular. A more universally difficult year, we cannot recall but throughout the past 12 long months, live music and those who live it were there for our relief and our release and to be captured…by the camera. Selecting only 10 […]