Taking Back Sunday And Coheed And Cambria at Walmart Theater
Coheed and Cambria / Taking Back Sunday / The Story So Far Walmart AMP - Rogers, Arkansas About 2 hours prior to the show, I decided to grab some food near the venue at Fuzzy’s Tacos. I’ll never forget getting out of my car and hearing the vocals of Parker Cannon (The Story So Far) carrying for about a mile across the highway during the band’s soundcheck. This was particularly surreal for me being a huge fan in an area where these shows aren't the norm. Read more.
Modest Mouse took over The Fillmore in Detroit for two nights straight last week because one nights of hits couldn't hold enough fans! Opening the show was a band from New York, Mass Gothic is a four piece band and they started off the show with their song "Dark Window" and ended their set wit "Big Window"... they most love windows. Mass Gothic really got fans ready for the power house that is Modest Mouse. This was Modest Mouse's second night in a row at The Fillmore in Detroit (May 2nd and May 3rd). Read more.
What do you do when you want to go see a concert but you also want to laugh the whole night? Don't worry I got you on the one... just go see Mc Chris! Mc Chris came to Detroit last week to bring some of his special kind of joy. He filled PJ Lager house up to the brim with nerds and everyone there was loving life and all the laughing was infectious! in-between some of his classics like "Pizza Butt" and "Hoodie Ninja" he would would tell jokes and poke fun at Detroit and talked about how he started smoking weed again. Read more.
Tyler The Creator and Vince Staples stopped by the Masonic Temple in Detroit this week for a impressive sold out show. North Long Beach rapper Vince Staples started off the show rocking a bulletproof vest for his set in front of a wall of LED lights. Vince started off his 16 song set with "BagBak" off of his second studio album "Big Fish Theory". Read more.
Senses Fail. This is a band I had never seen before, but I’ve loved since I was in high school first getting into alternative music. I knew that I’d enjoy them live because everyone who’d seen them would continuously tell me how insane they were. I’ve also noticed from following them on Instagram that they’re fans of some of my favorite 90’s hardcore bands like Snapcase. Read more.
With a dramatic opening of exciting and vivid sounds, DJ Steve Aoki took the stage for a SOLD OUT show at Royal Oak Music Theatre last night. The crowd had been warmed up by the electro-music of Bad Royale, Grandtheft, Deorro, and the notorious “Panda”-rapper Desiigner.While the crowd seemed to enjoy the opening acts, Aoki came to party at 11:10pm. Read more.