Gang of Youths is an Alternative Rock band from Sydney, Australia founded by vocalist and guitarist Dave Le’aupepe, lead guitarist Joji Malani, bassist Max Dunn, drummer Donnie Borzestowski, and Jung Kim on keyboards. The band has been active since 2012 but did not release a full-length album until 2015 when they debuted The Positions which took them two years to record. Le’aupepe is not afraid to get personal in his songwriting, in the first album he narrates his struggle with depression to the point of attempting suicide and his relationship with his ex-wife who suffered from melanoma. The Positions quickly got played on Australian radio and obtained international acclaimed. Favorite tracks of this record include “Magnolia” and “The Overpass.”
This duo, currently comprised of Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun, began their rise to stardom in 2012 upon signing to the label “Fueled by Ramen” and shortly thereafter releasing “Vessel” in 2013 – though Tyler Joseph self-released two earlier albums with alternate bandmates, who left the group in 2011.
Hailing from Tampa, Florida, metalcore icons, Underoath, pulled out all the stops to make their visit to the Shrine LA one for the books. In addition to breathing new life into their music career through a rebirth process of refining, rebranding, and releasing a sixth studio album (Erase Me out April 6 via Fearless Records) Underoath blew away expectations with not only a new sound, but a new identity so to speak. Dropping their title as a Christian band and adding additional hints of pop influence to their latest tracks, the newly energized group set their sights on crafting what can only be described as a tour of massive proportions.
In 2010, Ben Rector captured the hearts of audiences young and old with his first album “Into the Morning.” Though not a big enough superstar to headline a tour right away, he combined his talents with other Nashville acts Steve Moakler and Andrew Ripp before diving into a co-headline tour with Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors. In September of the following year, Rector released “Something Like This” to similar success, started to tour on his own, and started to work alongside the likes of Needtobreathe, supporting their tour early in 2012. Fast forward through the release of “The Walking in Between” and “Brand New” in 2013 and 2015, respectively, and you have an artist who has grown year after year both in sound and in audience size.
There’s just something so refreshing about listening to indie-folk music in an intimate and packed venue on a cold Saturday evening. Most shows now are all about size, scale, production, fire, loudness, you name they gimmick, most concerts and festivals have it. Not Caamp. These three bring raw emotion, mastery of their instruments, and a crafty manipulation of quietness to command the attention of audiences, whether performing indoors or out, in a big space or small, at a festival or in a bar.
III Points is giving an early holiday gift to fans! Starting now and running through Cyber Monday November 26th, a very limited quantity of special single day festival tickets are on sale for just $65.00. As part of the offer, fans can buy a single-day ticket now and then assign the day in December when the schedule of music performances are announced. This is the perfect treat for all the music fans on your holiday gift list or to just treat yourself.
Somewhere between a secluded desert and a cosmic playground, we find ourselves in a mirage of majestic mountains, phantasmagoric illuminations, and a balmy lake of inner reflections to dive into. Desert Daze’s 2018 psychedelic music festival took us on an ethereal trip from their previous deserted Joshua Tree location to a new land of wonders to get lost in at Moreno Valley’s Lake Perris Recreation Area, just an hour east of Los Angeles, California.
Surf City Blitz takes over Huntington State Beach this weekend, bringing together one of the greatest punk rock lineups in the history of Southern California with Roland Sands Presents The Moto Beach Classic's world-class motorcycle racing. This brand new, all ages event takes place on Saturday, October 27 and Sunday, October 28 at Huntington State Beach as part of the SeaLegs Live Event Series, and will feature an all-star lineup of punk rock legends including The Offspring, Social Distortion, Pennywise, Rancid, Suicidal Tendencies, Bad Religion, and many more, performing on the shore of the Pacific Ocean in picturesque Orange County, California.
Dark surrealist imagery that will transport you into another more peculiar realm of existence. Amy Krencius is a visual artist in Portland, Oregon. She creates dark, surreal imagery as a creative outlet for her wild imagination, to reflect her perspective on her own existence, and help others to feel less alone.
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