Published by Bernard on 10 Jul 2017

Western Standard Time (July 7, 2017. Levitt Pavilion)

Western Standard Time w/ Greg Lee“Hey, it’s free.” Usually that’s a phrase that accompanies sub-par quality, but not tonight. Western Standard Time pulled out all the stops for a free concert in MacArther Park. In the shadows of Los Angeles’ skyscrapers, there was a dance party full of people from all walks of life. With vocal guests including Angelo Moore of Fishbone and Greg Lee of Hepcat, you know the crowd was moving. I didn’t shoot that much (hey, I gotta dance, too!) but photos are after the jump!

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Published by Bernard on 17 Apr 2017

Thursday (The Wiltern. April 11, 2017)


I still remember the first time I saw Thursday on tour. I was super excited to see them in person and their intensity on stage did not disappoint. I also remember the last time I saw Thursday on tour. Like many others, I didn’t know it would be the last time (for a while). I did get to see them at Riot Fest last year, but we all know ~30 minute festival sets aren’t exactly the same. I guess it goes without saying that when they announced a full tour, I had to jump at the chance to see them. With support from Wax Idols, Basement, and our local favorites in Touché Amoré, tonight was going to be a stacked night of music.

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Published by Bernard on 22 Mar 2017

the Menzingers (The Regent. March 14, 2017)

the Menzingers
It’s been quite a while since I covered a show so, naturally, within that time I’ve gotten used to certain routines. Normally on a Tuesday night I’d be settling in for some much needed rest before another long (and early starting) day at work. Live music, however, seems to always pull me away from bed fairly easily. Especially when a solid band like the Menzingers is in town.

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Published by Bernard on 08 Aug 2016

Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls (The Observatory. August 5, 2016)

Frank Turner

As hard as I’ve tried to fight it, the idea that you slow down as you get older is starting to ring true for myself. But life has a way of throwing you chances to live fast and die old. With Frank Turner headlining a show that would go well past midnight, tonight was one of those chances.

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Published by Bernard on 05 Jun 2016

Thrice (The Shrine. June 3, 2016)


Since Thrice announced their return from hiatus, they’ve notched small shows and festival performances on their veteran belts. They’ve recently released a new album “To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere” and have set out on a headlining tour, solidifying their return. With a sellout crowd at Los Angeles’ Shrine Auditorium, Thrice was sent out on the road in the best way possible.

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