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The Eagles at The Forum

On September 14th, 2018, I was fortunate to see one of the greatest bands of the 20th century: The Eagles. The Eagles played 3 nights at the Forum in L.A on the 12th, 14th, and 15th as part of their “2018 North American Tour.” Since the…

Boarding House Reach – Jack White

Jack White is known primarily for his work as being one half of the White Stripes. Since the band’s split 7 years ago, he has been working as a solo artist. Up until this year he had only released two albums Blunderbuss and Lazaretto , both…

Brasstracks – Album Review

As the first week back from Spring Break comes to a close, the season of music & festivals is now upon us. Bringing in the good vibes after break, Brasstracks made their stop in Los Angeles on their debut tour titled “For Those Who…

Isolation – Album Review

Fans of rising star Kali Uchis have long been awaiting her debut album Isolation for some time. The singer has been teasing the album for months, releasing hits like “Tyrant,” “After the Storm,” and even going on a brief tour which ended at…

“Camila” – Camila Cabello

Camila Cabello, a former member of the very famous group, Fifth Harmony, released her first solo album in January of this year. The album is titled, “Camila” which gives the album a very personal vibe to it. The first track is entitled,…

13 – Blur

Britpop. That is the first word that comes to mind when people think of Blur. As one of the leaders in the 90’s British pop music scene, Blur’s lyrical themes posed as social commentaries on English life. My discovery of Blur veers…

Jaden Smith – The Novo

Jaden Smith @ The Novo Concert Review Written by Diana Pacheco From Titan Radio's A Little Bit of Everything, Mondays at 5 pm On Saturday, April 7th, I went to see Jaden and Willow Smith at The Novo in Los Angeles. It was a completely sold…

Vance Joy “Nation of Two”

Vance Joy “Nation of Two” Album Review Written by Brody Ferretta & Jared Lopez from Titan Radio's The Brojo Hour, Fridays at 2 pm      On February 23rd (2018), singer-songwriter Vance Joy released his much anticipated second album. His…

Top March Albums

Top March Albums Written by Alexander Foy I was on the Google one day and was searching for some new music that was released in March.  Turns out the greatest month in the calendar had a very quiet and unproductive month when it came to new…

MUSINK Festival Review – Day 2

Saturday, March 17, 2018 Whether you’re into cars, tattoos, or live music, Musink is a unique way to experience many art forms all in one place. In this historic event, fans in every age group gathered around the Hangar to sing songs from…

Take Me Out at The Echoplex

I walked into the Echoplex not knowing what to expect as the last time I was in the lower street-level venue, tucked underneath The Echo, was four years ago when I randomly stumbled in for a small show. This time I didn’t randomly stumble…

Show Review: Jawbreaker at CSUF

Iconic ‘90s rock band, Jawbreaker performing at Cal State Fullerton at the Becker Amphitheater on November 21st, 1995. Originally met and convened in the East Coast, via New York. This trio, fronted by Blake Schwarzenbach, who’s moody…

Album Review: “Lust for Life”

Whenever I say her name to a friend or to a fellow peer, they simply turn their heads the other way. “She’s too sad” or “Her music is too slow” is the typical response I would get. Although Lana Del Rey’s fifth studio album, Lust for Life,…

Show Review: “Morrissey Day”

November 10, 2017 “Morrissey Day” Stephen Patrick Morrissey. We know him, we love him, and we can’t live without him. I had the great pleasure of seeing this rock icon live at the Hollywood bowl November 10. To my shock the whole music…

Iration Concert

On November 18 th 2017, I attended my second concert by the alternative/reggae band Iration. The first time that I had seen them preform live was through clouds of smoke, from the cheapest lawn tickets sold for 91X’s annual summer X-fest.…

Thee Commons Interview

Sharon Cardona: Guys I’m so excited! My name is Sharon, I’m a radio DJ at Cal State Fullerton, I go by DJ Kiddo. I’m so glad you guys had the time to talk to me, some random cholita from Orange County. Thee Commons: Yeah no problem, thank…

Album Review: Thrice/Circa

I’ve been to quite a few shows now, and I’ve seen Thrice more times than any other band. The November 4th show makes it five times I’ve seen Thrice, three times that I’ve seen Circa Survive, twice that I’ve seen Chon, and my first time…

Open Talks Review on 7Less

On September 27th, 2017, I interviewed my first band named 7Less Music.  They are an upcoming band from Artesia CA.  The band makes soft rock mixed with pop music.  It’s two artists, Rasec who is the singer, and the guitarist, and John who…

Show Review // Punk in Drublic

Punk in Drublic was a festival that brought the craft beer and punk rock worlds together. Located on Bolsa State Beach, the festival featured iconic punk rock groups such as The Dickies, Bad Religion, and NOFX. Complimentary beer tastings…

Show Review // Coldplay

Coldplay Concert Review Coldplay. A band many love to rag on, but also secretly like. Formed in 1996, Coldplay is a rock band who gained popularity with the single Yellow in 2000. Since then, they have released seven full length albums. The…

Show Review // Apollo Bebop

Last Thursday, I went down to the TSU Underground Pub with a friend to kill time before our next class. A trendy dive bar ambiance makes the Underground Pub a cool place to hang out, and occasionally listen to some really cool bands. When…

Show Review // City and Colour

On September 15 th , 2017, I had the pleasure of seeing City and Colour perform at Pappy and Harriet's, a world-renowned venue nestled in the hills of Pioneertown. Fans flocked from all around to watch City and Colour play on the same stage…

Show Review // Dylan Flaherty

Tommy Midnight, Spendtime Palace, Distractor March 11, 2017 at The Wayfarer in Costa Mesa The last time I saw Distractor and Tommy Midnight play together, I went to see Tomorrows Tulips play at The Constellation Room and was greatly…

Show Review // Andres Gomez

As I'm typing this, my neck still hurts from seeing GØGGS play at The Echo on March 17th, St. Patricks Day. For those who are not familiar with Ty Segall and any of his affiliated bands, if you go to a Ty Segall show, expect absolute chaos,…

Album Review: Clearview

By Michael Ortiz Clearview is the seventh studio album from the Finnish alternative rock band Poets of the Fall. Poets of the Fall are one of the biggest musical acts in their home country of Finland and the band has gained a…

Album Review: Bonito Generation

Artist: Kero Kero Bonito Label: Double Denim Reviewed by Joceline Morales Straight out of London, Kero Kero Bonito unveil their debut album, Bonito Generation. Although the band has released several mixtapes and singles, Bonito…

Album Review: Impermanence

Album: Impermanence Artist: Peter Silberman (of The Antlers) Released: February 24 2017 Reviewed by: Cindy Nguyen Peter Silberman’s solo debut, Impermanence, is filled with minimalistic guitar playing and the soft crooning of his…

Album Review: Apocalipstick

Album Review: Apocalipstick Reviewed by Andre Gomez Nearly 3 years after the release of Haxel Princess on Burger Records, Cherry Glazerr return with a new label and more polished sound. Apocalipstick is Cherry Glazerr’s 2nd full…