The pandemic has affected any artist’s approach to their music. With the loss of live music, plus traditional recording methods having to be thrown out the window, some artists have embraced the change and used it as a catalyst for inspiration.
10 am. That’s how early people lined up to see BANKS croon into the microphone at her 2019 homecoming show. I don’t blame them.
Photos from Jai Wolf’s show at Shrine Expo Hall in Los Angeles on 5/31.
Photos from Smino at the Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles, with support from EarthGang.
On a cold Thursday night in March, HÆLOS made a 600-capacity Los Angeles venue feel as large as the Hollywood Bowl.
The Kooks played a setlist compiled of their greatest hits to the crowd at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles.
The Japanese House brought her brand new album to the Masonic Lodge in the Hollywood Forever Cemetery.
Years & Years played at The Wiltern in Los Angeles with support from CYN and Jess Kent.
If Arctic Monkeys received any criticism for their new album, the crowd didn’t show it.
Tove Styrke played The Belasco Theater in Los Angeles.
Shakey Graves with support from Lauren Ruth Ward at the Observatory North Park in San Diego, CA.
Photos from the Vans Warped Tour 2018 at SDCCU Stadium Lot in San Diego.
King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard live at the Hollywood Palladium with support from Amyl + The Sniffers.
Tory Lanez at The Novo with support from Davo and Flipp Dinero.
Unknown Mortal Orchestra with support from Makeness.