Archive for the 'events' Category

Published by Bernard on 13 May 2016

Motion City Soundtrack (HOB Anaheim. May 11, 2016)

Motion City SoundtrackI celebrated my 30th birthday this past January. A quiet celebration at home reminded me that I’m not in high school anymore: I don’t get wild every weekend, my knees hurt at the end of the day, my show attendance has (unfortunately) decreased, and bands I listened to are hanging it up. Unfortunately, one of those bands is Motion City Soundtrack. A completely sold out (and packed to the brim) House of Blues was a great send-off for one of the band’s last southern California shows.

Continue Reading »

Published by Bernard on 15 Feb 2015

“Commit This to Memory” 10th Anniversary Tour (HOB Anaheim. February 12, 2015)

Motion City Soundtrack

I know some people are getting sick of the anniversary or reunion tour thing, but it’s a good reminder for many of why they fell in love with a band or album X-amount of years ago. A sold-out show for Motion City Soundtrack’s 10-year anniversary of “Commit This to Memory” is a great example of just that.

Continue Reading »

Published by Bernard on 26 Jan 2015

Saosin (the Observatory. January 19, 2015)

SaosinHappy New Year! What better way to move into a new year than by stepping into a time machine with Saosin? If an Anthony-Green-fronted Saosin doesn’t get your nostalgic radar humming, then perhaps a set from Taken will bring you where you should be.

Continue Reading »

Published by Bernard on 22 Nov 2014

The Ghost Inside/ Every Time I Die (The Glasshouse. November 15, 2014)

The Ghost Inside

Just like last week’s Real Friends show, I had the opportunity to shoot another sold out event – this time featuring The Ghost Inside, Every Time I Die, Architects, and Hundredth graced the stage of one of my favorite venues.

Continue Reading »

Published by Bernard on 20 Aug 2014

Basement (the Glass House. August 12, 2014)


I still remember the day that Basement played down the street from the Glass House at Aladdin Jr. 2 — I wasn’t there. I was accompanying a friend to an open forum discussion on unmanned aerial vehicles (drones). While watching old people argue on off-topic issues was entertaining, I knew I was missing out on an even better show by a band that was going away for an undetermined amount of time. Snap back to current times: Aladdin Jr. 2 is long gone, but Basement was back in the US for an incredible sold-out show.

Continue Reading »

« Prev - Next »