Crosses performed a sold out show at the Glass House in Pomona on Jan. 31. It was the debut show featuring Chino Moreno of the Deftones and Shaun Lopez of Far and Chuck Doom. Dawn Golden & Rosy Cross and Secret Empire opened. All images by Andrew Youssef.
Long Beach got a whole lotta Lou Reed on Jan. 27. He began with a signing and spoken word set at Fingerprints record store followed by an evening in conversation with Bob Ezrin at the Carpenter Center. All images by Mary Bell.
Read our interview with Lou Reed here.
Stevie Wonder capped off the three-day Outside Lands Festival in San Francisco on Sunday night. Before the headlining set, there were performances by Bloc Party, Tom Morello, Fun, Franz Ferdinand, Jack White, Skrillex and Rebelution, among others. Photographer Christopher Victorio brings back...
Happy Birthday Alex's Bar Reigning Sound, the Strange Boys, Thee Cormans and Death Hymn Number 9 on Jan. 27 to celebrate the 12 year anniversary of one of the iconic bar in Long Beach. All images by Meg Strouse.
Death Hymn Number 9 Says Marvin Gaye was a Pussy Ass!
The White Buffalo performed at the Constellation Room in Santa Ana on Jan. 26. Cory Chisel opened. Check out our interview with the Buff himself here. All images by Mary Bell.
The White Buffalo At Detroit Bar Last Night
Check Yo Ponytail is a dubstep club showcasing local DJs every tuesday held at Echoplex. On this night Diplo and Franki Chan warmed the crowd up for the main event, Skrillex vs 12th Planet vs Caspa. Read our review of the night here. All images by Matt Oliver.
Alex Kenji performed as part of GIANT Thursdays at the Yost Theater in Santa Ana on Jan. 26. Manuel de la Mare was not able to make it, as promoted. We caught some pictures of Alex and of you beautiful people of OC. All images by Matt Oliver.
The Best Live Acoustic competition continued on Jan. 24 at Malone's in Santa Ana. Kacie Yoshida, Button Willow Locomotive, I Hate You Just Kidding, Skee and Honeypie performed. Read our review here. All images by Kevin Lara.
Anthrax performed at the House of Blues Anaheim on Jan. 23 to a sold out crowd. It was a madhouse with crowd surfers and mosh pits abound. Testament and Death Angel opened. All images by Andrew Youssef.