Getting Intimate AF Is A Good Look On MAX

These days it’s difficult to think of MAX as anything other than lightning in a bright yellow bottle. With his 2016 breakthrough hit “Lights Down Low” followed by his debut album Hell’s Kitchen Angel, teaming up with Noah Cyrus for the song “Team,” along with other collaborations, MAX has planted himself in pop music landscape as a star on the […]

#TourHappens With…Chase Atlantic

2019 is looking like a banner year for brothers Mitchel and Clinton Cave, and Christian Anthony. As the Australian rhythmic alt-pop trio Chase Atlantic with a couple of EPs, a debut album, major festival stage slots, and sold out shows around the world under their belt, the guys have leaned forward into their love for mashing pop, rock, R&B, and […]

This She Will Defend: Shannon McManus-Shain And The JANE ROE v 2019 ACLU BENEFIT

“So long as we have enough people in this country willing to fight for their rights, we’ll be called a democracy.” Roger Baldwin (ACLU founder) For nearly a century, the ACLU has served as our country’s guardian of liberty. Defending and preserving the individual rights and liberties guaranteed us by the laws of the United States and our Constitution and […]

#TourHappens With…The Faim

It’s still fairly early in 2019 but Perth, Australia export, The Faim, have already knocked off a pretty major milestone in their young career. In support of their debut EP, Summer Is a Curse,  Josh Raven (vox), Sam Tye (guitar), Stephen Beerkens (bass/keys), and Linden Marissen (drums) embarked on their very first headline tour in January: a string of UK […]

#TourHappens With….Welles

Jesse Wells of his namesake band, Welles, has never canceled a show: never prior to Tuesday, February 26thof this year, that is. On Sunday the 24th, the band left Minneapolis heading south on the I-35 enroute to their next gig at Larimer Lounge in Denver on Tuesday, but they ran into some issues: snow, whiteout conditions, and an interstate about […]

Modern Day Rock Relevance With Badflower

When you think about it, historically, music has always had a societal function other than being mere entertainment: troubadours of the middle ages sang songs to tell stories, spread news, and pass down lore, spirituals were sung by African American slaves to reinforce Christian values and vocalize the hardships of slavery, and the 1960s were ripe with protest songs about […]

Experiencing This Time With Donna Missal

When Donna Missal hits the road on tour, she has needs. “I’m like super serious about my health on tour because the most important thing to me…I really want to do a great job and put on a great show. And the only way for me to do that is to be physically all there…so I bring a lot of […]