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Hiatus Kaiyote at The Eastern
The Australian funk-soul band mesmerized fans in Atlanta
Phoebe Bridgers at The Amp
Phoebe Bridgers continues her world takeover one spellbinding set at a time. Last weekend at The Amp in St. Augustine, FL, she had the devoted crowd in the palm of her hand as she performed hits off of Punisher and Stranger in the Alps – in addition to her incredible brand new single “Sidelines.” Click through the gallery for the full experience.
Armand Hammer + Injury Reserve at The Social
In the sphere of experimental, esoteric-leaning hip-hop, the duos Armand Hammer and Injury Reserve have reigned supreme. After last year’s thrilling LPs – HARAM and By The Time I Get To Phoenix (respectively), the groups brought their gritty live shows to The Social in Orlando to the delight of die-hard fans. Scroll through for the highlights
Ritt Momney at Vinyl (Center Stage Atlanta)
Jake Rutter’s band Ritt Momney rollicked through a tight set of hits this past month at Vinyl at Center Stage Atlanta. Scroll through for the highlights.
JPEGMAFIA at The Abbey
This past Thursday – the day before his third album ‘LP!’ dropped – experimental rap titan JPEGMAFIA threw down a rowdy, explosive set for his riled-up die-hards at The Abbey in Orlando. One of the most physical performers in the hip-hop sphere, “Peggy” got the fans moshing and crowdsurfing amid a mix of glitchy, bombastic hits old and new. Scroll through for the highlights.
J. Cole at Amway Center
J. Cole, one of the most prolific rap superstars of our generation, delivered a typically explosive set for his Orlando fans at Amway Center. The North Carolina MC and Dreamville head honcho ran through new tracks from his latest LP ‘The Off Season’ as well as a career-spanning slate of greatest hits. Scroll through for the full experience.
COIN at House Of Blues Orlando
Nashville-based indie-pop trio COIN pulled off an effusive set at House Of Blues Orlando in what would ultimately be the last night for live music in America for the foreseeable future.
The 1975 + others at Florida Man Fest
Central Florida’s alternative station FM101.9 took over Orlando Amphitheater with their annual live music showcase, featuring performances by Barns Courtney, Shaed, The Revivalists, Jimmy Eat World, 311, and headliners The 1975.
The Black Keys at Amway Center
The Black Keys kept their Let’s Rock tour rolling with a triumphant, career-spanning performance at Amway Center in Orlando, FL.
Logic, J.I.D, & YBN Cordae at Addition Financial Arena
A fiery trifecta of Logic, J.I.D, and YBN Cordae descended on Addition Financial Arena in Orlando last week, providing an explosive thrill for fans who made the jaunt.
Young Thug & Machine Gun Kelly at Daily’s Place
Young Thug and Machine Gun Kelly brought their co-headlining tour to an enthralled crowd at Daily’s Place in Jacksonville, FL.
6lack at Addition Financial Arena
Singer/rapper 6lack delivered his soulful brand of R&B and hip-hop to an enthralled sold-out crowd in Orlando.
Rainbow Kitten Surprise at House Of Blues Orlando
The ebullient North Carolina alternative rock band Rainbow Kitten Surprise thrilled the sold-out crowd at House Of Blues Orlando last week. The group dazzled with a 20+ song careers-spanning setlist and an array of spectacular lights.
Bush + Live at Daily’s Place
’90s alt-rock titans Bush and Live thrilled a sold-out crowd at Daily’s Place in Jacksonville this past weekend.