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Max Frost shows Charlotte how to dance on his headlining tour

From touring with Twenty One Pilots on the Bandito tour, to announcing his album and tour, Gold Rush, Max Frost has had a busy year. This is not new to Frost. In 2013, he began releasing music on Soundcloud. He decided that he wanted to pursue music as a career, so he left school. Tragically, his guitar and hard drive with all of his music were stolen. This led to him losing motivation, until his song “White Lies” began blowing up on Soundcloud. Atlantic Records found him through this track, and the rest is history.

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Keep singing, Keep breathing with Thousand Below

Starting off the set with 'Sinking In' with head-banging drums and kicks, guitar riffs fills the air of the venue as James DeBerg the lead singer sings the verses of the song. The crowd starts to sway side to side, bouncing their arms back and forth in the air along with beat of the drums and nodding their heads. The set continues with melodic riffs and catchy chorus, and lyrics that will have you in a daze. The bliss feeling running through your veins, as you start to crave for more as James sings his heart out with each song. Thousand Below is a band that will forever will be on your repeat within your playlist with songs like ' Sinking Me', 'Tradition' and 'No Place Like You'. Your body will involvitary start dancing on its own, and there's no stopping it.

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Screaming out our lungs with New Years Day

As the riff of ‘Scream’ starts to play through the crowds ear drums, the ladies closest to the barriers starts to sing the lyrics along with Ash Costello, the Lead singer. The band has a high end interacting energy that every fan loves with their favorite bands. During New Years Day set, the lead guitar and bassist, Austin Ingerman and Nikki Misery went out in to the crowd and rocked out with fans within the sides of the venue, as Ash Costello sung her heart out. For the Final Song, Defame Me was a highly intense crowd interacting song, which the chorus was sung loud and proud with Ash Costello. New Years Day is a band that does not disappoints when it comes to a studio and live version of their songs. New Years Day knows how to get the crowd moving and rocking out with the band. After their set ended, they announced to the crowd they were going to be on the side of the venue having a meet and greet with each and every fan that was interested with having a photo, signed merch or a simple chat with the band. The way the Band interacts with their fanbase is inspiring and no matter how well-known their reputation become, they will remain humble and always interact with their fans.

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Helado Negro Performs to an Intimate Audience at the Exit/In Nashville

Roberto Carlos Lange, better known for his stage moniker “Helado Negro” is an American multi-instrumentalist born to Ecuadorian immigrants. Lange’s sound is a melting pot of different textures and genres that are sometimes hard to describe due to its ever-changing nature. Lange first came to the scene when he released his debut album, “Awe Owe” in 2009 through Asthmatic Kitty. Since then, Lange has released six albums and several EPs.

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A Night of Rock and Soul with The Revivalists

New Orleans chart-topping rock band The Revivalists brought their Take Good Care tour to Rockland Trust Bank Pavilion in Boston on June 19th, 2019.

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Jungle Brings Down the House in Nashville

Jungle is a London band which created their own unique sound by combining elements of funk, soul, and tropical rhythms. The band was formed by childhood friends Josh Lloyd-Watson also known as J and Tom McFarland otherwise known as T. The band became an internet sensation in 2013 when they released the music video for their song “Platoon.”

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An Evening With Rainbow Kitten Surprise

Touring in promotion of their latest album, “How to: Friend, Love, Freefall,” released back in 2018, Rainbow Kitten Surprise – also known as “RKS” – brought their invigorating live set to Houston, Texas. Joining them was opener Mt. Joy, riding the success of a trickle of singles dating back to 2016 and culminating in a self-titled debut album, “Mt. Joy.” Though both groups provided a taste of indie-folk-inspired-rock, each provided its own unique display of influences and performance style.

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The Glitch Mob and Elohim hit New Orleans’s Joy Theater on their 2018 World Tour

Hard-hitting yet so fittingly fluid, The Glitch Mob’s unique sound is so great both recorded and live. The release of “See Without Eyes” comes four years after their sophomore album “Love Death Immortality” and without a doubt has some of their most sophisticated production work yet.

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An Appetite for Music Making: Bad Bad Hats

Psychic Reader is the first LP from the Minneapolis indie pop trio Bad Bad Hats. Vocalist/guitarist Kerry Alexander's pure voice might be defined as "sweet" or "childlike," but her innocence is belied by her apt songwriting, which translates her experiences into poignant, universal stories which attract a wide variety of crowds.

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Young and Wild, The Strumbellas

Canadian folk-rock band the Strumbellas packed Terminal West from floor to ceiling. The band comprises of Simon Ward on vocals and guitar, David Ritter on vocals and keys, Jon Hembrey on lead guitar, Isabel Ritchie on violin, Darryl James on bass guitar, and Jeremy Drury on drums. The sextet formed in 2008, and has since completed three albums and several worldwide tours.

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Sold Out Party with Alvvays in Atlanta

On October 11th Alvvays set foot on stage to welcome a completely packed floor-to-ceiling sold out show - on a Wednesday night. The hour and the impending 7am alarm clocks didn't seem to phase fans of the Canadian indie new-age band.

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South Florida Welcomes Band of Horses With Open Arms

On their final U.S. Tour date, Grammy nominated, Band of Horses, performed an energetic and warm finale at the Fillmore Miami Beach, Florida. This exceptional show would mark their 115th concert date of their extensive tour for their album release of “Why Are You OK."

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Foster the People at House of Blues Houston

Foster The People took the stage Tuesday night at Houston’s House of Blues shortly following a rugged, garage-rock-grunge performance by opening act, Cherry Glazerr. Venturing down the road to be with those who missed their set a few days prior at Austin City Limits (or those simply wanting a second dose), the group came out strong with a hearty performance of Pay the Man off their new album Sacred Hearts Club and followed it shortly with Helena Beat, a tune from their 2011 album Torches.

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Year of the Cat, Al Stewart

Western Connecticut is home to a charming venue known as the Palace Theater of Danbury. Last Friday night it was a stop on the latest tour of Scottish born singer / songwriter Al Stewart who has been practicing his craft since the 1960’s.

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Andrew WK -- Bringing the Party to Denver

The Master of the Party, Andrew WK, brought his party to the Summit Theater in Denver, CO. He is currently on the first leg of his tour "The Party Never Dies!"

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Future Islands at White Oak Music Hall in Houston, TX

Future Islands took the stage at the White Oak Music Hall and increased emotional tensions in the room. While casual listeners likely latched on to driving bass lines and hi-hats of the group’s top songs, loyal fans more attuned to the words being sung, experienced an hour of introspection while their bodies bounced and moved to the beat of each song.

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SoundBite presents Fall Art & Music Showcase featuring Calm Bomb, Cannibal Kids, Red Light Motel, & Olde Time Religion
Blue Velvet, All American Rejects
The Maine, Another Night on Mars

During their 2017 tour, The Maine is celebrating their 10 year anniversary of their musical union. They released their re-charged album, "Lovely Little Lonely" in April.

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Sylvan Esso and Middle Kids stimulating performance at BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn

Sydney's Middle Kids opened the show for Sylvan Esso in Brooklyn, New York. BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn hosts an array of summer concerts with diverse musical acts. Middle Kids enchanted audiences with their abundant stage presence and euphoric Indie Pop melodies. Their elated tracks attract listeners with their delightful hooks and swift vocals. The band members are Hannah Joy, lead singer, Tim Fitz, guitarist, and Harry Day, drummer. Middle Kids are currently on their United States tour, visit their Facebook page and website for more information.

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Sensational Performances by Acid Dad, Daddy Issues, and Diarrhea Planet at Brooklyn Bowl

Enticed New Yorkers moshed, crowd surfed, and cheered during sensational performances by Brooklyn's  Acid Dad and Nashville's Daddy Issues and Diarrhea Planet. 

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