Month: January 2018

Slow Hollows @ The Voodoo Room – House of Blues

Returning to San Diego after their single release, ‘Heart’, Slow Hollows delivered a hard hitting close for the Thursday night. Supported by Bad Kids and Raener, the crowd swayed from surf-punk to electro-pop between each set. 


What Do You Think Happens After Death? An Interview with Mikey from Surfer Blood

I was given the incredible honor of interviewing Mikey from, “Surfer
Blood,” who’s music began in West Palm, Florida. With almost 250,000 monthly
listeners on Spotify, this band hasn’t gone unnoticed, in their almost decade of
creating music.

Super Lunch & The Crudes @ Bootleg Theater

On January 6th, the locally loved bands Super Lunch and The Crudes took the stage at Bootleg Theater, for a show thrown by LA rock label, Penniback Records. Here’s a little collection of photos I snagged from the night.

Porches – “The House” Album Review

Porches, the New York based synth-pop project just released their newest album ‘The House’ through Domino Recording Co. Porches’ sound has shifted from a mainly calm indie vibe to a more despondent romantic electronic-pop sound in this enticing third album. Vocalist, Aaron Maine, has brought in a hypnotic flair to this record that can only be described as Depeche Mode meets The Neighborhood.