Daniel Kohn is a writer based in Southern California. With bylines in an assortment of outlets, Kohn primarily specializes in music with other interests ranging from sports to food. As a transplant, Kohn loves the beautiful weather and is glad he no longer has to deal with brutal winters. If you see him, say hi and of course, he's always willing to down a beer or two...if you're paying.
2 days ago | Hip-Hop
With this being a fruitful period — and debatably the second golden age of West Coast hip hop — it shouldn’t come as a surprise that the genre’s new heroes are steadily becoming legends. There’s that, then there’s G Perico. Last year, the rising j...
9 days ago | Locals Only
Though the swing revival is two decades in the past, King Salamander are making sure the spirit of that movement and jazz are still alive. Their smooth, swanky sounds are evident on their recent album. On Salamander Lounge, the band continued to f...
28 days ago | Concerts
What's better than a free concert? Nothing! Well, maybe not. The only thing better than a free concert is a free concert by the beach. Now we're talking! Alright, now that we got that out of the way, let's get to business. Andrew McMahon in the Wi...
1 month ago | Concerts
In a career full of steady growth, 2016 proved to be the strongest year yet for indie folk Band of Horses. This isn’t hyperbole either. The South Carolina-based outfit released their fifth studio album Why Are You OK? to much acclaim. Their songs ...
1 month ago | New Music
Losing a band member could be a critical, but not damaging. Losing a lead singer, however, has the potential to be fatal. Music is riddled with bands losing frontmen and ultimately disintegrating. Few have rebounded to record, nevertheless tour be...
2 months ago