Denzel Curry with support from PlayThatBoiZay, Mike Dimes + AG Club live at The Warfield in San Francisco on April 10, 2022.
Lights with support from tiLLie at The Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles on April 7, 2022.
On Tuesday, March 29, Maisie Peters came to The Chapel to perform for San Francisco with Jonah Kagen.
Kite Thief are a British metal five-piece from Bristol, consisting of Elin Allan (vocals), Max Harris and Josh Bailey (guitars), Henry Stone (bass), and Zac Lever (drums).
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Avril Lavigne is back, and even though her tour dates here in the UK have been delayed another year, we have a great album to tide us over. Perhaps they’ll be another one before the aforementioned shows if we’re lucky. However, it will take some doing to beat this offering.
Cologne-born, LA-based LGBTQ+ rights advocate Kim Petras is unafraid of pushing boundaries and being her true authentic self.
Cowboy Flying Saucer took to the stage on Friday, January 28 for a blistering performance at Walthamstow Trades Hall, a hometown gig that drew a considerable crowd to the long-standing social club. Supported by the equally fantastic SPeW and High Functioning, it was a fantastic evening of talent.
Knuckle Puck have been described as one of the aggressive pop-punk genre’s preeminent forces. The band, who hail from Chicago, certainly live up to this reputation. This has never been more obvious than on their upcoming release Disposable Life and offering produced by Seth Henderson, due for release on February 4, 2022.
Sofia Gillani is of the bold kind, a musician who is not afraid to experiment, change paths, and make mistakes.
After almost four years, English band Muse released their new song, ‘Won’t Stand Down.’
SNAYX are a British punk rock duo consisting of Charlie Herridge (vocals/guitar) and Ollie Horner (bass/backing vocals) from Brighton.
‘Dead Man – Held on Hand,’ the second single by the Italian rock band Sharasad, came out everywhere on December 17.
Infected are a horror metal band from Orlando, Florida. They are best recognised for their powerful, infectious guitar riffs and catchy vocal hooks. Combined with unique horror metal elements, this makes Infected a band to remember.
Silverstein with support from The Plot In You and Can’t Swim at The Regency Ballroom in San Francisco on November 18, 2021.