You need a little more positivity in your life. How do we know? Trust us, we just do. And that’s why you need to check out these amazing photos of Diet Cig in San Diego!
By Ian Valiente
The New York pop-punk duo Diet Cig recently released their lovesick fuzz-pop/garage punk album “Swear I’m Good At This,” a collection of Alex Luciano’s (guitar/vocals) experiences with messy romances and breakups, awkward situations, and the anxieties of youth and terror of adulthood.
I’ve been really on the “positive music” kick as of late, especially after electronica took on positive vibe/heartfelt themes as a music trend. It’s refreshing, you have to admit, and also — it’s kind of the PERFECT sunny, summertime jams.
ICYMI: Tame Impala offshoot POND put on a raging, psychedelically-charged, electrically-fueled, bright and colorful, almost phantasm of a show at the Casbah. Yes, really.
ICYMI: In Case You Missed It, check out these photos of Homeshake giving a hugely intimate experience to his fans at the sold out, San Diego show. Continue reading Live Photos: Homeshake at The Hideout
ICYMI: In Case You Missed It, check out these photos of Electric Guest getting their groove on at the Casbah. Electric Guest, who had a sold out stretch during their California dates, are on tour promoting their sophomore album, Plural. They’ve proven to be a band that feels strongly that quality trumps quantity, and that is definitely apparent in the dedicated time they took to create this valiant second album. At the sold out Casbah, crowds were packed to hear some of those new tunes along with some of the songs that got them here.
Check out some photos from the sold out show, below.
Well, we might have changed it up a bit. But today is International Women’s Day. And in honor of this, we’re highlighting women who have made waves in the indie music world with their talents, stage antics, unique tones, and overall badassery involving music.
Now, I am honestly not the biggest fan of watching pre-recorded concerts from a TV or theatre. Mainly because I am a selfish girl and I like to experience shows first hand. So going into this Imagine Dragons experience and watching from a theater seat rather than viewing it live from Toronto where it was filmed seemed somewhat anti climactic, yet I was intrigued all at the same time.