Tag: Last Night
LIVE, IN PHOTOS: PJ Harvey at The Masonic, San Francisco (5/9/2017)
Hope comes to SF.
LIVE: Defiant Swet Shop Boys Offer Release on an Otherwise Horrific Election Night (11/8/16)
“Oh no, we’re in trouble / TSA always wanna burst my bubble / Always get a random check when I rock the stubble”
LIVE: “Weird Al” Yankovic Takes the Hollywood Bowl (7/23/2016)
The entertainer’s gravitas was undeniable in the glow of the Bowl—his first time playing with a live orchestra.
Politicon 2016: Fear, Loathing, and Some Laughter in Pasadena
With tensions at a neck-popping high, the unconventional political convention tries to knead a little levity into the political conversation.
The Only Thing Missing Was the Goals: Brazil and Ecuador Face Off at the Rose Bowl
Under the rosé glow of the Pasadena sky, the two national sides opened play at the Copa America Centenario.
LIVE: Stephen Stills and Neil Young Light Up the Blues with Friends and Family at the Pantages (5/21/16)
The fourth annual benefit for Autism Speaks was an all-star affair underscoring the healing power of rockin’ in the free world. Stephen’s daughter, Alex Stills, reports.
LIVE: Anohni at the End of the World (5/19/2016)
“HOPELESSNESS” comes to the Red Bull Music Academy Festival
LIVE, IN PHOTOS: The 1975 at Shrine Expo Hall (4/18/2016)
The British quartet invade Los Angeles, are beautiful, and are probably aware of it.
LIVE: Iggy Pop Is Worth a Million in Prizes (3/16/2016)
“Post Pop Depression” comes to SXSW.
LIVE: Prince Gets Intimate with Piano and a Microphone (2/28/2016)
The Purple One puts together an intimate set at Oakland’s Paramount Theatre.
LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Baio at El Rey Theatre (2/4/2016)
The Vampire Weekend bassist classes up the joint.
LIVE: Godspeed You! Black Emperor Gather the Masses at LA Church (2/4/2016)
Canada’s greatest post-rock band provokes introspection, obedience, and awe.
LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Neon Indian and Future Punx at Music Hall of Williamsburg (1/27/2016)
Alan Palomo comes barreling into the Bill behind “VEGA INTL. Night School”.
LIVE: Car Seat Headrest Pull in to Atlanta (12/10/2015)
Up-and-coming Matador signee Will Toledo and his band go cruising through the ATL.
LIVE: No Age Wastes No Time at 30 Days in LA Set at the Echo (11/18/2015)
Day eighteen of Red Bull Sound Select’s 30 Days in Los Angeles speeds into punk territory with a fiery show led by No Age.
LIVE: TV on the Radio Brings Healing to The Theatre at Ace Hotel (11/14/2015)
Plus, a special appearance from Miguel.
LIVE: Toro y Moi Twist the Night Away at the Teragram Ballroom (11/9/2015)
Getting down at night nine of Red Bull 30 Days in LA.
Loving You is Complicated: Kendrick Lamar’s Kunta’s Groove Sessions
“To Pimp a Butterfly”‘s complexities fill the Riviera Theater on the Chicago stop of K-dot’s club tour.
LIVE: Steve Gunn Haunts Chicago’s Constellation (10/31/2015)
The New York guitar hero (and former member of Kurt Vile’s Violators) charms on Halloween.
LIVE: No Need to Be Dramatic, FFS Has That Covered (10/13/2015)
Franz Ferdinand and Sparks bring their collaboration to Los Angeles, and it definitely does work.
LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Wilco at Stubb’s BBQ in Austin (9/30/2015)
Playing the original motion picture soundtrack to “Star Wars.”
LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Foo Fighters Roll into Los Angeles with a Ton of Friends (9/21/2015)
Jack Black, Stevie Nicks, and HAIM help kick off the band’s SoCal stint.
LIVE: Chelsea Wolfe, A Short Play in Three Acts
The queen of icy horror takes her show to Brooklyn.
LIVE: The Bloody Return of Jack Off Jill (7/18/2015)
The riot goth legends reunited for one gory night in Asheville, North Carolina.
LIVE: Death Cab for Cutie’s Triumphant Return to Los Angeles
Ben Gibbard and co. make their first major appearance in LA since moving back to Seattle in 2012.
“How to Be a Rock Critic” Howls For Lester Bangs
Erik Jensen inhabits the mind of the famed music critic—without the Romilar.
LIVE: It’s a Dead Moon Night with Fred and Toody at Ottobar in Baltimore (6/17/2015)
Punk’s most enduring couple continues their rugged duet nearly five decades on.
LIVE: Getting Lost with Tim Hecker (6/13/2015)
The king of disorientation reigns at Chicago’s Metro.