Alfie Templeman and Thomas Headon made a stop at New York’s Gramercy Theatre in November on their co-headlining North American tour. Two adored, up-and-coming musicians, Alfie Templeman and Thomas Headon, treated their fans to an energetic co-headlining concert last month. Thomas Headon took to the
The pairing of tangible vulnerability and raw synergy defines a warm fall evening with Sorry in Brooklyn, NY. For a group whose recent sound proves to be rough around the edges, the North-London five-piece clean up nicely in their blazers and slacks. Fans are welcomed
Almost a year to the day since their sold-out show at the O2 Forum in Kentish Town, Inhaler were back in North London selling out at the Roundhouse, one of their biggest headlines yet. It’s a wonder Inhaler get any time to breathe between having
One feels Florence + the Machine in the chest. The music invites both euphoria and discomfort. Blinding lights marked the start of the show. As a cluster of chandeliers descended onto the stage, Florence + the Machine appeared from the fog. Lead singer Florence Welch’s
In August, Julien Baker, Angel Olsen, and Sharon Van Etten performed together at Surly Festival Field, for the latest stop on their Wild Hearts Tour. A quiet Tuesday evening turned into a summer celebration at the Surly Festival Field with Julien Baker, Angel Olsen, and
Kehlani dazzled fans on the Minneapolis stop of the “Blue Water Road Trip” tour, dedicating her performance to late Minnesota rapper Lexii Alijai. The night began with a beautiful set from DESTIN CONRAD. Despite a few interruptions from the rowdy crowd, Conrad maintained his composure
Lauv kicked off his ‘All 4 Nothing’ tour at the Armory in Minneapolis last week, showcasing stunning visuals in a must-see performance. Openers Aidan Bissett and Hayley Kiyoko started the concert with energizing performances. Kiyoko delighted fans with songs off of her latest album PANORAMA.
“Just like ball is life, music is life,” we caught up with the candid singer/songwriter, Jordana Nye, to discuss her creative process and talk about her new album Face The Wall, a sentimental ode to growth and self-evolution. Face The Wall brings forth collapsed elements
LÉON brought her “Fade Into A Dream” tour through Minneapolis earlier this month. LÉON, the stage name of Swedish singer Lotta Lindgren, delighted adoring fans with longtime favorites as well as a collection of tunes from her most recent album Circles. Released earlier this year,
Bastille brought their ‘Give Me The Future Tour’ to St. Paul last weekend, treating fans new and old to a stellar selection of songs from their expansive discography. The year is 2013. I drive through my hometown, playing Bastille’s debut album Bad Blood on repeat.