Every member of The Jacks probably dresses better than you, and they definitely have better hair, but they’re more than just LA pretty boys. They perform with a polished yet energetic precision. Not missing a beat during their shows even when they manage to kick over two beers onstage. They just keep going, as any good rock band should.
We’ve been obsessed with morgxn for a long time now, but when he announced that he’d be on tour with DREAMERS we lost it. The two alt-pop bands made for the perfect duo at Stubb’s in Austin.
Dressed in a boxy blazer and bralette, Donna Missal took the stage at her sold-out show at The Troubadour. The sultry songstress started with “Girl” and when she hit her line “When women hate on another women everybody loses” the entire audience shouted it back to her, a sign of the times.
It’s been 10 days since my reputation tour and it’s taken me this long to put into words the impact of seeing Taylor live after 3 years. I’ve been a Swiftie since I was 16, and now at 28, the only thing that’s changed is the admiration I have for Taylor. From her self-titled debut album to reputation, I grew up with each era she released. When all my friends changed from year to year, Taylor was the one constant I had. Her music was always there when I needed it.
I remember interviewing Joywave last year and being so confused with their album title. “Is it conTENT or CONtent?” I asked sheepishly. “ConTENT, they responded.” This is the content age, but Joywave maintains the album was answering their previous work’s question: How Do You Feel Now? Content.
Three girls in three cities all attended a Harry Styles show this year, each one had become a fan of Harry at different times in their life and they all had very different experiences.
What if I could guarantee you that there is something missing from your iTunes library? I promise you there is. That something is Snow Tha Product, twenty-something female rapper hailing from California, to be exact. Now, I like to say that I am in the know-all of what is happening in music, but for the past few years, Snow Tha Product has somehow been off my radar.
I got to the Troye Sivan concert line at 5 p.m., I had even taken off work a little early because I knew the line would be crazy. I got in line behind a whole group of teens all wearing glitter and Blue Neighbourhood shirts, most of them took the day off and got there at 8 a.m. “I think Troye is basically Jesus and we’re following his religion…Sivanism…that’s what we’ll call it”