January 2017, the start of the New Year. The start of a year full of the unknown, of fear, of anger, but most of all, the start of a year with music driving passion, driving equality, and driving the respect of all humanity. On the 13th of this month - the lucky date of Friday… Continue reading Joyce Manor & AJJ, 1/13/17 at The Regent
Back on November 12, 2016, I was able to see a band I love, a band I hadn't seen since 2011, a band I have never seen play with its original line up. That band, well, that band was the Bay Area's own Dead To Me. The band was touring in support of an EP… Continue reading Dead To Me, 11/12/16 at The Hi Hat
Well, I finally can say I saw Weezer live! I attended the show on August 3, 2016, and it was an absolute blast. Panic! At the Disco, while playing mostly songs from Death of a Bachelor also performed a nice blend of older tracks, included "I Write Sins, Not Tragedies". Not only were Brendon Urie's vocals… Continue reading Weezer & Panic! At the Disco
I was very lucky to have been able to attend both dates of The Used's 15th Anniversary tour and to see them perform their two first albums off Warner/Reprise: The Used and In Love and Death. While anniversary tours are somewhat of a trend right now, and while people are urging to live in the moment and… Continue reading The Used: 15th Anniversary Tour
Hello! Two brief things I need to write here to memorialize them forever, because you know, everything you post on the internet exists forever in some way, shape, or form. Panic! At The Disco's newest album, Death of a Bachelor, is currently my favorite album of 2016. I play it every day at least 3… Continue reading Panic! At The Disco & The Misfits
Small update! I have a good friend involved with a music blog / press site called Flippen Music, and he kindly asked if I would like to be a web contributing writer! This is great because I can use my English major skills and my music industry background at the same time, and I really… Continue reading Flippen Music!
Friday night, I was able to catch a lovely tour pass through my city: Taking Back Sunday featuring Epitaph Records' Letlive and The Menzingers. To say I was excited was an understatement. The Menzingers have been a loved band of mine since their first studio album, A Lesson in the Abuse of Information Technology, and have been in… Continue reading Taking Back Sunday, Letlive, The Menzingers