Phoebe Bridgers: A Night At The Greek

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It was a cold night at The Greek when Phoebe made her homecoming. The Aries moon loomed over the audience decked out with skeleton t-shirts and doc martens. Charlie Hickey opened the show and even brought out his “boss” Phoebe for a couple of songs, and the whole crowd instantly cheered. He said thank you to her adding, “That was …

Maggie Rogers Brings Us Back So We Can Move Forward

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I’m not going to start this off by talking about the viral moment that launched Maggie Rogers music career. If you follow women in pop music, you have hopefully by this point experienced the alternate realm that Maggie creates with her captivating lyrics and stunning visuals. But what many people don’t realize is that artists are not just born during …

Chelsea Cutler Explains How To Be Human During Her Insightful And Visionary Tour

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Words: Alex West Photos: Ali Fitzgerald The How to Be Human tour was just that: A display of life in and of its complexity and the flash of a common thread that connects each of us. Chelsea Cutler’s Terminal 5 show on February 29th, dominated the Saturday night vibes in New York City. Her show was the place to be …

Evan GIIA Live Review

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In the midst of a musical hiatus, it seems appropriate to reflect on my last live show and the incredible experience I had watching EVAN GIIA perform. The Roxy is LA’s sort of dark horse of venues. Seated in West Hollywood between a few bars and away from a bulk of the nightlife, you’re only there if you want to …