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Phish | Big Boat | Review

In today’s age of social media and the technological prison we live in it is amazing that a band like Phish can still keep a secret, especially from their rabid fan base.  When the band announced in early September that they were finally releasing their long-awaited studio follow-up to 2014’s Fuego, message boards and dedicated fan sites immediately began churning the rumor mill regarding which songs would appear on Big Boat.  The band had, after

Moonalice | High 5 | Review

While many use music as a vessel for escaping the current and indulging in the nostalgia of blissful memories past, it can also serve as a powerful tool for inspiring social change. Rock’n’Roll concerts have always been a gathering place that additionally promoted social justice, educated about changes in our environment, and offered information on important political issues.

Summer Flashback: Bisco Inferno 2016

It is one of the most anticipated musical runs in Colorado. It has kicked off the summer concert series in the state with the hottest music scene for the last several years.

Matoma | The Regency Ballroom | Review

The hottest superstar in tropical house music has arrived. Ladies and gentlemen, Matoma.

Seven Lions | Oakland | 10/15/16 | Review

Seven LionsThe Journey Tour celebrates two, back to back, sold out shows this past weekend at The Fox Theater in Oakland. Take it from me––this is one party that you don’t want to miss!

Fitz and the Tantrums | Oakland | Review

On the breezy evening of October 12, 2016, in downtown Oakland, people of all ages poured into the historical Fox Theater and, with much anticipation, awaited the arrival of Fitz and the Tantrums underneath the neon lights.

Greg Loiacono: Songs From A Golden Dream

Greg Loiacono has made his living putting out music under a number of more recognizable names than his own, but a few weeks ago came his first full length solo LP titled Songs From A Golden Dream.

Bob Weir | Oakland, CA | 10/8/16 | Review

Bob Weir was quite literally born and bred in music. The adopted son of loving parents Frederic Utter and Eleanor Cramer Weir, his identity would deepen and develop in his youth. Though his parents did their best (Mama Tried) Weir’s nature was rebellious and questioning. His dyslexia didn’t help matters.

TAUK & Earphorik | Indianapolis | Review

On Oct. 6, I got to be witness to a stellar show that highlighted two up and coming “jam bands”. Both TAUK and Earphorik showcased why they should be considered the next in the line of must-see, must-hear live bands that are part of the “jam” scene.

Hot Tuna | GAMH | San Francisco | Review

While art will always be a progressive process and reflect the changes of the people in our evolving world, some things are best kept preserved. Music is the perfect example of this. Progressive Rock, Jazz Fusion, Post Punk, New Wave, an echo of the culture and climate that influenced these musicians.

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