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Beach House with Ami Dang and Colloboh at The Greek Theatre
Beach House came to Los Angeles for two nights in support of their new album, Once Twice Melody, which was released in February. Playing their first night in Los Angeles on April 9th, they entranced the crowd with hit after hit. Ami Dang and Colloboh both opened up for Beach House to entice the crowd. Check out photos from the first night.
alt-J at the WAMU Theatre
alt-J is on tour after releasing their fourth album, The Dream, back in February. The tour was backed by Portugal. The Man where both bands captivated the audiences with visuals and tunes throughout the night. Check out the photo gallery covering the set.
Aminé at Showbox SODO
Aminé brought his “Best Tour Ever” to Seattle, Washington playing his 2nd show in two nights. Check out photos from his set in the gallery.
Deadmau5 @ Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, New Year’s Eve
Deadmau5 lit up the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium and rang in 2020 with a two hour and a half set. The San Franciso crowd was showered throughout the night with beats, balloons, and streamers by the end of the night. The second night of his set featured support from Lights (DJ set), Justin Martin, and Qrion.
Portugal. the Man @ The Fox Theatre
On the first night of their two day celebration of New Years Day, Portugal. the Man performed at the Fox Theatre with support from Chicano Batman. Playing hits from albums such as In the Mountain in the Cloud to Woodstock, Portugal. the Man brought the riffs, lights, and trippy visuals to the delight of the Oakland crowd.
Poolside @ The Fillmore
The “daytime disco” duo from Los Angeles, Poolside, took to stage at the Fillmore and had the crowd dancing to their synth-pop jams. Playing songs such as “Harvest Moon”, “Do You Believe” and their new single “Can’t Stop Your Lovin'”, Poolside left San Francisco in a dream pop state of mind.
Life is Beautiful, Day 3
Closing out the 3rd day of Life is Beautiful featured acts such as Carly Rae Jepsen, Phantogram, Phantoms, Polo & Pan, Shoreline Mafia, Hot Chip, and more.
Life is Beautiful, Day 2
Day 2 saw performances by Janelle Monae, The Black Keys, Of Monsters and Men, Maggie Rogers, The Regrettes, and many more.
Life is Beautiful, Day 1
The 7th edition of Life is Beautiful kicked off on Sept 20th. Day one acts included Billie Eilish, Chance the Rapper, Walk the Moon, and many more.
Garden Beats Festival at Fort Canning Park in Singapore
The 5th annual Garden beats Festival took over Fort Canning Park in Singapore on March 9th. The crowd danced and sang along to the likes of Masego, Alina Baraz, Yung Bae, The Kooks and more!
Neon Lights Festival at Fort Canning Park, Singapore, Sunday
Neon Lights Festival continued into Sunday. Filled with rain and delays, performers such as Caribou, Rhye, Peking Duk and others still entertained the crowd through it all.
Neon Lights Festival at Fort Canning Park, Singapore, Saturday
Neon Lights Festival, came back for its 3rd edition at Fort Canning Park. Saturday featured acts such as Interpol, Shame, The Vaccines, and many more.
Chance the Rapper at Zepp Bigbox in Singapore
Chance the Rapper performs for his first time in Singapore and ends his Asia Run Tour at Zepp Bigbox.
Babymetal, Stone Sour, Korn at Shoreline Amphitheatre
Minus the Bear, Beach Slang, Bayonne at the Great American Music Hall
Deafheaven, Emma Ruth Rundle, This Will Destroy You at The Independent
Radical Face, Jenny O at The Fillmore
Electric Guest at the Independent
Noise Pop: MSTRKRFT, Manics, MHPD at the Mezzanine
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