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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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.

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Published by Bernard on 19 Nov 2015

Circa Survive (the Shrine. November 14, 2015)

Circa Survive

10 years ago, Circa Survive released their debut album Juturna. I spun that album front-t0-back countless times throughout college. Apparently, I wasn’t alone as the Shrine was filled with others anxious to hear the album performed front-to-back. With help from friends in Rx Bandits, tonight’s sold out show at the Shrine was a real crowd pleaser.

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Published by Bernard on 11 Nov 2015

The Wonder Years (The Observatory. November 6, 2015)

The Wonder Years

I’ll be honest and say that the Wonder Years had to grow on me. But over the years that I’ve been listening to them, not only have I heard their sound progress but I’ve also noticed their fan base grow. Tonight’s sold out show at the Observatory was another milestone in their journey. Supported by two rising musical talents in You Blew It! and State Champs as well as inspiring veterans Motion City Soundtrack, the Wonder Years brought a great show on a Friday night.

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Published by Bernard on 27 Oct 2015

Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls (HOB Anaheim. October 24, 2015)

Frank Turner

It’s been two years since I’ve seen (let alone shot) Frank Turner live. Not sure how I’ve gone this long since he’s popped up numerous times for small surprise shows and what not around Los Angeles. I’ve always known him to be a great performer, so I knew tonight would be a reminder of how much I’d been missing since I last saw him on stage. What I didn’t know was that the entire night was packed with performers that would make the night incredibly special.

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