“I’m a loser, baby / so why don’t you kill me?” This refrain, from Beck’s 1993 hit “Loser,” was a memorable lyric from the artist’s concert last Friday at the Hollywood Palladium. Beck’s claim of being a “loser” may seem strange today — 24 years after writing this song as a homeless musician, he has […]
Sting not only used the audience to fuel the energy on the stage, but he also played off the energy of his bandmates.
The up-and-coming artist opened the night with a promotional music video.
Best known for their triple platinum hit, “Cake by the Ocean,” DNCE entered the music industry as a four-person pop band, featuring Joe Jonas, JinJoo Lee, Cole Whittle and Jack Lawless.
Christian Zucconi is Grouplove’s main vocalist and guitarist, as well as a New York City native. Though he is attached to his hometown music scene, Zucconi had to acknowledge the high energy of both the group and the crowd on Friday night at the Hollywood Palladium. “Tonight, L.A. has it over New York,” Zucconi said. […]
Rising in the charts since their 2014 performance at USC, Phantogram made their way back to Los Angeles to perform a sold-out show at the Hollywood Palladium Tuesday evening. The band performed alongside opener The Range, an experimental electronic DJ hailing from Pennsylvania. Phantogram is an alternative pop duo from Saratoga Springs, New York, formed […]
On Sept. 28, 2015, Oh Wonder performed their first-ever American show to a crowd of just under 250 people. Exactly one year later, the duo performed a sold-out show Wednesday at The Wiltern to a crowd of over 2,300. It is crazy the difference a year can make — that was a big theme of […]
While Oxford is most known for the birthplace of rock legend Radiohead, the city recently gave birth to a fresh, alternative rock band — Foals. The band graced the stage at the Hollywood Palladium Tuesday evening, performing a lively and unforgettable show. With sounds very similar to the Arctic Monkeys, The Wombats and Arcade Fire, […]
Brainfeeder, founded by Flying Lotus, showcased its diverse talent on Saturday.
When I was in high school, my guilty pleasure was attending concerts. I had two best friends who were always on board and ready with tickets to come with me to the menagerie of venues. I had probably been to every venue in my hometown of Phoenix more than twice and was always willing to […]