Los Angeles – Rock duo, The Bots, announced today that they will be departing on tour this summer in support of an Incubus and Deftones co-headlining tour along with Death From Above 1979. The tour starts on July 22 in Clarkston, MI and finishes at the end of the summer on August 30 in San Diego, CA.
(Photo from The Hush’s Facebook Page) The Hush is a Los Angeles based band with a modern rock edge backed by killer vocals and a big dose of drama. They boast an accessible, upbeat sound along the lines of Queen that is the inspiration behind many an “I-whip-my-hair-back-and-forth” dance party. The band has all the
Los Einstein performed to a healthy crowd at Cinespace last night, the five members outlined onstage in front of a large screen of swirling abstract psychedelic colors and shapes. The undulating patterns were vaguely reminiscent of Austin Powers, which is strange because their first music video for “One More Time” (see below) pays homage to
BestNewBands.com So I press play on this video, and I’m watching…and I’m watching and I’m thinking…this looks familiar…really familiar. Oh ya! I was totally at this concert. And now it makes sense why there were so many people videoing there (makes for interesting camera angles, huh?). And then I remember the energy and as
BestNewBands.com With so much synth and experimental action gracing the alternative music scene recently, I relax a little to listen to a classic guitar-driven alternative rock band such as the oh-so-ironically-titled Applespacebar. With sounds reminiscent of Jimmy Eat World and vocals echoing Brandon Boyd (of Incubus), this band enters the race as a good-old-fashioned-down-to-earth-rock-your-face-off-alt-rock-band–and, frankly,
Picked By: Lauren Novik As seems to happen more often than not- the City of Angels is turning into the City That Never Sleeps, and offering residents way too many choices to appease their musical craving. This Tuesday, October 12 the Viper Room will play host to ShowListLA’s lineup that promises to be a rocking