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THE POSIES

The Posies Celebrate 30 Year Anniversary

The Posies, famous innovators of pop music, shall soon be stopping in SoCal. The power pop quartet will perform at The Coach House May 24, Bootleg Theater May 25 and Soda Bar May 26. Ken Stringfellow, one half of the group’s founders, with the other being Jon Auer, says the appearances are part of the group’s upcoming anniversary tour. “Our band started playing in 1988 … [Read More]

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WOODEN SHIJPS "V." cover art

ALBUM REVIEW: Wooden Shjips “V.”

V. is Wooden Shjips first new album in five years and it finds the bands’ trademark space rock newly spiked with a heavy dose of warm summer sunshine. Equal parts … [Read More]

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GHOST

Ghost: A Tale From The Photo Pit

Swedish band Ghost kicked off their “Rats on the Road” tour in Riverside, California on May 5. A SOLD OUT show. Obviously, they have a huge following and for a … [Read More]

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THE 131ers; press photo

The Crazy Wonderful Hijinks of the 131ers

The 131ers have been creating quite the stir lately. Known for mixing genres and distilling it into their own unique sound, the origin of their name comes from an … [Read More]

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COLLECTIVE SOUL play The Coach House May 6; photo Joseph Guay

High Energy Rock Collective Soul Shine

Collective Soul hit the ground running after their first song “Shine” took off back in 1993, and they haven’t looked back since. “When it happened, it did happen … [Read More]

Tales From The Photo Pit

SHINEDOWN; photo Reuben Martinez

Shinedown: A Tale From The Photo Pit

Shinedown hit Riverside Apr. 12, as part of their Attention Attention Tour and will return to SoCal Aug. 4 stopping at Fivepoint Amphitheatre with Godsmack. As I arrived at the venue 30 minutes before the show, I noticed right away that the line to get … [Read More]

Concert Reviews

MINISTRY

Amerikkant but Ministry Took Command In Anaheim

MINISTRY was in top form at House of Blues Thursday night, kicking off the Amerikkant tour. They played well, sounded good, the stage was well-lit, the live mix was LOUD but spot-on allowing enough separation between instruments - a feat in itself - with up to … [Read More]

Album Reviews

WOODEN SHIJPS "V." cover art

ALBUM REVIEW: Wooden Shjips “V.”

V. is Wooden Shjips first new album in five years and it finds the bands’ trademark space rock newly spiked with a heavy dose of warm summer sunshine. Equal parts laid back groove and anxious tension, it delivers the perfect soundtrack for either a summer … [Read More]