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We recently brought you our review of Cyanotic‘s amazing set as they stopped in to San Francisco on their Terminatour. It is reposted below in case you missed it. But first check out the interview that we did with Cyanotic after their set at the DNA Lounge.

It is great to hear their perspective on the music scene as well as how we can keep it strong and alive. They have some great words of wisdom in relation and are definitely worthy of your attention. Make sure to check the dates below that remain on the “TerminaTour” and get yourself to a show. We have to keep the music scene alive and the best way to do that, is to get yourself to a show and support these great musicians.It is time to treat yourself to the angry robot noises.

11/03: Oklahoma City, OK @ Voodoo Lounge
11/04: Kansas City, MO @ The Riot Room
11/05: St. Paul, MN @ Amsterdam Bar & Hall
11/07: St. Louis, MO @ The Crack Fox
11/08: La Crosse, WI @ The Warehouse

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Sunday night in San Francisco was an awesome one. While many were watching the SF Giants shut out the Kansas City Royals in game 5 of the World Series, we were excited to be at the Termintour at the Above DNA Lounge. We were blown away by The Rabid Whole and you can read more about them here.  But the magic of the music didn’t end there, Cyanotic came out and completely dominated the DNA as they unleashed their angry robot noises to the crowd. It was fierce and their style of music can be described as part electronic rock blended with punk angst vocals and sprinkled with aggressive metal. Just the right recipe to create the most intense music that will satisfy your need for ear porn! Cyanotic still stands to be one of the most innovative bands to blend genres together and form their own signature sound. Their music have inspired so many to follow suit and create their own fusion of music.

The powerful vocals of Sean have the right balance of punk angst and an air of rage that just seizes you and captures your full attention. Chris comes out and is amazing on stage, it is as if he is possessed by the guitar gods! He is completely “in the zone” as his blazing out riffs and stomping on stage, he can stop you dead in your tracks with his eyes! Jordan is the electronic genius as he is holding everything together with synths and samples while still displaying an energetic stage presence. Cyanotic is definitely part man/part machine and you too must hear their angry robot noises. Check out the photos from our Rockin Ryan of their set:

Cyanotic is:

  • Sean Payne: Vocals, Samples, Drums
  • Chris Hryniewieck: Guitars
  • Jordan Davis: Synths, Samples, Drums

 

Make sure to visit their social media sites and stay up to date on their latest news.

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Sunday night in San Francisco was an awesome one. While many were watching the SF Giants shut out the Kansas City Royals in game 5 of the World Series, we were excited to be at the Termintour at the Above DNA Lounge. We were blown away by The Rabid Whole and you can read more about them here.  But the magic of the music didn’t end there, Cyanotic came out and completely dominated the DNA as they unleashed their angry robot noises to the crowd. It was fierce and their style of music can be described as part electronic rock blended with punk angst vocals and sprinkled with aggressive metal. Just the right recipe to create the most intense music that will satisfy your need for ear porn! Cyanotic still stands to be one of the most innovative bands to blend genres together and form their own signature sound. Their music have inspired so many to follow suit and create their own fusion of music.

The powerful vocals of Sean have the right balance of punk angst and an air of rage that just seizes you and captures your full attention. Chris comes out and is amazing on stage, it is as if he is possessed by the guitar gods! He is completely “in the zone” as his blazing out riffs and stomping on stage, he can stop you dead in your tracks with his eyes! Jordan is the electronic genius as he is holding everything together with synths and samples while still displaying an energetic stage presence. Cyanotic is definitely part man/part machine and you too must hear their angry robot noises. Check out the photos from our Rockin Ryan of their set:

We had a chance to talk with Cyanotic after their set and we will be bringing that interview to you this weekend. They have some great words of wisdom in relation to the music scene today and are defintely worthy of your attention. Make sure check the dates below that remain on the “TerminaTour” and get yourself to a show. We have to keep the music scene alive and the best way to do that, is to get yourself to a show and support these great musicians.

11/01: Los Angeles, CA @ Bar Sinister
11/03: Oklahoma City, OK @ Voodoo Lounge
11/04: Kansas City, MO @ The Riot Room
11/05: St. Paul, MN @ Amsterdam Bar & Hall
11/07: St. Louis, MO @ The Crack Fox
11/08: La Crosse, WI @ The Warehouse

Cyanotic is:

  • Sean Payne: Vocals, Samples, Drums
  • Chris Hryniewieck: Guitars
  • Jordan Davis: Synths, Samples, Drums

 

Make sure to visit their social media sites and stay up to date on their latest news.

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We told you to hang on a bit longer and here it is… our interview with The Rabid Whole when they made their stop in San Francisco at the DNA Lounge. Check out the interview here:

 

In case you missed any of our coverage from their stop in SF, check it out below. Make sure to see them when they come to a venue near you!! They are not to be missed!

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This past Sunday we made it to San Francisco and no, not for the World Series, for something much more energetic and climatic! We were at the DNA Lounge in San Francisco for the Cyanotic and The Rabid Whole TERMINATOUR. It was definitely the right place to be as these bands were over the top with energy and delivered sets that would rival our concert coverage of 2014! We will be bringing you coverage of Cyanotic later but for now, let me tell you how The Rabid Whole completely blew us away with their set.

The Above DNA Lounge has quite an intimate setting but when you get an energetic band on that small stage, the room can’t contain the adrenaline running through everyone’s veins. That is exactly what The Rabid Whole did. They came out and gave 150% of themselves on that stage, it was as if they were playing for a crowd of 10,000! I love a band that comes out and delivers their all every single time and that is what The Rabid Whole does. Their music can be described as a blend of electronic infused alternative rock but even die hard rockers or metalheads will fall fast in love with them. If you ever had a doubt about where music is headed, no need to worry The Rabid Whole is the answer that we have been searching for. We had a chance to interview them after their set and will be bringing the interview to you later this week.

Each member has excellent stage presence and are outstanding at captivating the audience. Vocalist Andreas is fierce when he sings and he gets the crowd amped up from start to finish. Chalsey is not only a bad ass keyboardist but her vocals draw you right in and have you hooked. George is kicking out some cool riffs and Matt on drums consistently rocked the beat as he gave a show with his sticks flying in the air. Then we have to tell you about Oscar, the madman on bass. He is like a caged animal on that stage, ready to pounce and he literally gives every ounce of his energy to the crowd. Amazing band that bring depths and tones to their music and completely rocks! Rock ain’t dead, The Rabid Whole have just revived it and added a couple electronic cyborg parts to it and are ready to take over! Check out the photos from our Rockin Ryan of their set:

 

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There are still more dates left out on the Terminatour so check the list below and see where you can catch The Rabid Whole live. Also be sure to pick up their latest release, Problems, at a show or through their Bandcamp page.

NOV 01: LOS ANGELES, CA – Bar Sinister
NOV 03: OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – Voodoo Lounge
NOV 04: KANSAS CITY, MO – The Riot Room
NOV 05: ST PAUL, MN – Amsterdam Bar & Hall
NOV 07: ST. LOUIS, MO – The Crack Fox
NOV 08: LACROSSE, WI- Warehouse

 

Make sure to visit their social media sites so you can stay up to date on their latest news.

~ Marisol

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This past Sunday we made it to San Francisco and no, not for the World Series, for something much more energetic and climatic! We were at the DNA Lounge in San Francisco for the Cyanotic and The Rabid Whole TERMINATOUR. It was definitely the right place to be as these bands were over the top with energy and delivered sets that would rival our concert coverage of 2014! We will be bringing you coverage of Cyanotic later but for now, let me tell you how The Rabid Whole completely blew us away with their set.

The Above DNA Lounge has quite an intimate setting but when you get an energetic band on that small stage, the room can’t contain the adrenaline running through everyone’s veins. That is exactly what The Rabid Whole did. They came out and gave 150% of themselves on that stage, it was as if they were playing for a crowd of 10,000! I love a band that comes out and delivers their all every single time and that is what The Rabid Whole does. Their music can be described as a blend of electronic infused alternative rock but even die hard rockers or metalheads will fall fast in love with them. If you ever had a doubt about where music is headed, no need to worry The Rabid Whole is the answer that we have been searching for. We had a chance to interview them after their set and will be bringing the interview to you later this week.

Each member has excellent stage presence and are outstanding at captivating the audience. Vocalist Andreas is fierce when he sings and he gets the crowd amped up from start to finish. Chalsey is not only a bad ass keyboardist but her vocals draw you right in and have you hooked. George is kicking out some cool riffs and Matt on drums consistently rocked the beat as he gave a show with his sticks flying in the air. Then we have to tell you about Oscar, the madman on bass. He is like a caged animal on that stage, ready to pounce and he literally gives every ounce of his energy to the crowd. Amazing band that bring depths and tones to their music and completely rocks! Rock ain’t dead, The Rabid Whole have just revived it and added a couple electronic cyborg parts to it and are ready to take over! Check out the photos from our Rockin Ryan of their set:

 

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There are still more dates left out on the Terminatour so check the list below and see where you can catch The Rabid Whole live. Also be sure to pick up their latest release, Problems, at a show or through their Bandcamp page.

OCT 29: SEATTLE, WA – Highline
NOV 01: LOS ANGELES, CA – Bar Sinister
NOV 03: OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – Voodoo Lounge
NOV 04: KANSAS CITY, MO – The Riot Room
NOV 05: ST PAUL, MN – Amsterdam Bar & Hall
NOV 07: ST. LOUIS, MO – The Crack Fox
NOV 08: LACROSSE, WI- Warehouse

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Make sure to visit their social media sites so you can stay up to date on their latest news. Stay tuned for our interview with The Rabid Whole later this week.

~ Marisol

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Chicago based Industrial Rock band Cyanotic have announced the dates of their upcoming North American “TerminaTour” which features support from Toronto based Alternative Rock band The Rabid Whole. The tour kicked off this weekend in Chicago, IL and will wrap up on November 8th at The Warehouse in LaCrosse, WI. Sean Payne from Cyanotic said this about the tour, “We have been through 18 tours now and this is gonna be a really good demonstration of everything we have learned from all those years of playing with bands like Skinny Puppy, Dillinger Escape Plan, Front Line Assembly, and so many of our other biggest influences. This is us at our prime, and we’ve never felt more confident about delivering a memorable time for all our new and old school fans alike. 😀

Andreas Weiss from The Rabid Whole added, “We are beyond stoked to be hitting the road again, especially with Cyanotic. Those guys know how to put on a show & this is going to be a solid tour. You won’t be sorry you got off your ass and came out.”

We are excited to see that they will be making a much anticipated stop in San Francisco at the DNA Lounge on October 26th. Check out the tour dates and see if they will be coming to a venue near you:

09/29: Ypsilanti, MI @ The Maidstone Theatre
09/30: Cincinnati, OH @ The Rakes End
10/01: Cleveland, OH @ The Foundry
10/02: Pittsburgh, PA @ 31st St Pub
10/03: Buffalo, NY @ Broadway Joe’s
10/04: Toronto, ON @ Bovine Sex Club
10/05: Montreal, QC @ Piranha Bar
10/07: Ottawa, ON @ Zaphod Beeblebrox
10/08: Providence, RI @DV8
10/09: Wilmington, DE @ Mojo 13
10/10: New York, NY @ Tobacco Road
10/11: Baltimore, MD @ Club Orpheus
10/14: New Orleans, LA @ Dragon’s Den
10/17: San Antonio, TX @ Limelight
10/21: Albuquerque, NM @ Low Spirits
10/22: Denver, CO @ 3 Kings Tavern
10/26: San Francisco, CA @ DNA Lounge
10/28: Portland, OR @ Tonic Lounge
10/29: Seattle, WA @ Highline
11/01: Los Angeles, CA @ Bar Sinister
11/03: Oklahoma City, OK @ Voodoo Lounge
11/04: Kansas City, MO @ The Riot Room
11/05: St. Paul, MN @ Amsterdam Bar & Hall
11/07: St. Louis, MO @ The Crack Fox
11/08: La Crosse, WI @ The Warehouse

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Cyanotic is:

  • Sean Payne: Vocals, Samples, Drums
  • Chris Hryniewieck: Guitars
  • Jordan Davis: Synths, Samples, Drums

The Rabid Whole is:

  • Andreas Weiss – Writing, Vox.Guitar,Keys,Programming
  • Chalsey Noelle – Keys, Backup Vox
  • George Radutu – Guitar, Media
  • Oscar Anesetti – Bass Guitar
  • Matt O’Rourke – Live Drums

Make sure to visit their social media sites and stay up to date on their latest news.

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Eyes Set To Kill have been busy with their non-stop touring. We caught their set at Aftershock and once again blew us away with their energy and killer music. The crowd went wild for them. Stay tuned as we will be bringing you full coverage of their set later this weekend. Meanwhile, they have just released a lyric video for their song, Little Liar . Check out the video here:

Alexia had this to say about the song, I started out writing this song about a woman named “Jodi Arias” who was on trial for brutally killing her boyfriend during the writing process of “Masks”. I found it fascinating that she kept denying and digging a hole deeper for herself by piling lies on top of lies. The whole world knew she was guilty but she still held on to her lies like she would eventually be set free. What I got from the whole story, was that the bigger the lie, the bigger the chances of getting caught. I think a lot of people, including me, have been in relationships where our significant-other has denied everything we have accused them of… only to learn that our gut instinct was correct when it’s too late.”

Eyes Set To Kill are currently out on tour with Nonpoint and then they will start their Little Liar Tour which is scheduled for October. The tour is sponsored by APP Presents and will also feature Scare Don’t Fear and Like Monroe.  They have been non stop touring since the release of their current album, MASKS which has become one of our favorites!

It is awesome to see Scare Don’t Fear on the lineup as well since they performed all summer long at Warped Tour on the Kevin Says stage. They have really been garnering a lot of well deserved attention after being the first band signed to KBB Records, the new label by Asking Alexandria’s Ben Bruce and Kyle Borman. Also on the lineup is one of our personal faves, Like Monroe who are ready to hit the road. They are definitely going to bring a lot of high energy kick ass sets to the tour.

Check the dates below for all upcoming Eyes Set To Kill shows:

SEPTEMBER

  • 19 – Cherry Valley, IL @ Take 20 (headline with Righteous Vendetta)
  • 20 – Dayton, OH @ Oddbody’s Music Room (w/ Nonpoint)
  • 21 – Erie, PA @ BT Theater (w/ Nonpoint)
  • 23 – Fostoria, OH @ The New West (w/ Nonpoint)
  • 24 – Pontiac, IL @ Freksters Roadhouse (w/ Nonpoint)
  • 25 – Chesterfield, MI @ Diesel Concert Lounge (w/ Nonpoint)
  • 26 – Libertyville, IL @ Austins (w/ Nonpoint)
  • 27 – Ringle, WI @ Q And Z Expo Center (w/ Nonpoint)
  • 28 – Milwaukee, WI @ Eagles Hall (w/ Nonpoint)
  • 30 – LaCrosse, WI @ The Cavalier Theater (w/ Nonpoint)

OCTOBER

  • 01 – Mishawaka, IN @ Smith’s Downtown (w/ Nonpoint)
  • 02 – Macomb, IL @ The Forum Live (w/ Nonpoint)
  • 03 – Battle Creek, MI @ Planet Rock (w/ Nonpoint)

OCTOBER – LITTLE LIAR TOUR:

  • 04 – Beckly, WV @ Muncheez (with Scare Don’t Fear)
  • 06 – Virginia Beach, VA @ Shakas (with Scare Don’t Fear)
  • 07 – Wilmington, NC @ Ziggy’s (with Scare Don’t Fear)
  • 08 – Charlotte, NC @ Amos Southend (with Scare Don’t Fear)
  • 09 – Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade (with Scare Don’t Fear)
  • 10 – Orlando, FL @ Bombshells (with Scare Don’t Fear)
  • 11 – St. Petersburg, FL @ State Theatre (with Scare Don’t Fear)
  • 12 – Tallahassee, FL @ Atmosphere (with Scare Don’t Fear)
  • 13 – Jacksonville, FL @ Jack Rabbits (with Scare Don’t Fear)
  • 14 – Destin, FL @ Club LA (with Scare Don’t Fear)
  • 15 – Bossier City, LA @ Back to Back (with Scare Don’t Fear)

We had the chance to interview Eyes Set To Kill when when they came through San Francisco earlier this year and are pleased to bring you that interview here:

 

If you don’t already have it, make sure to pick up your copy of Masks which is out on Century Media Records. Also, make sure to visit their social media sites so you can stay up to date on their latest news and all tour dates.  You can check out a tribute video that Rockin Ryan made which includes footage and photos of the San Francisco set:

 

~ Marisol

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This past Friday, we made it out to the DNA Lounge for a great night of music which included everything from acoustic to punk rock. Check out our coverage of all the bands here: Dead Frets, Travis Hayes and the Young Daze, ToyGuitar and of course Divided Heaven  which is the music project of Jeff Berman. This tour, he has full band in tow and they delivered an incredible energetic set of indie punk.  We had the opportunity to talk with Jeff before his set and are pleased to bring you that interview here:

Jeff recently started his Youngblood Tour in support of his new album, Youngblood which was released earlier this year on Say 10 Records. One thing is for sure, he delivered an energetic set that captured the crowd’s attention and had everyone moving and singing along. His style of music can be described as indie or punk with a great emphasis on the punk. Jeff’s upbeat tempo and punk style created the perfect atmosphere for the DNA Lounge as I reminisced about the punk bands I would catch back in the 80’s on Tuesday nights (those are some good memories!). Check out the photos by Rockin Ryan of the set:

I was glad to see a couple of my favorite songs performed, Melissa Militia and Ego and Nothing More, in addition to hearing some of his older songs which have become some of my new faves Jeff brings a completely new edge to his songs when he performs them with a live band and highlights this punk angst. But I love both the acoustic and live band sets, and I still am so bummed that I didn’t get to see Divided Heaven on Warped Tour as they performed on the Acoustic Basement stage. Jeff brings such emotion to his songs and  his voice is captivating. One of my favorite sets at the DNA Lounge in a very long time. Check out a couple videos from the set:

You can catch Divided Heaven on the West Coast tour dates and I would highly recommend getting out to a show. Also, when you are there, make sure to pick up the Youngblood album and it is available on vinyl, which I am ecstatic about. We picked up both Divided Heaven vinyls at the show and I have been playing them ever since. You can also pick up Youngblood on iTunes here. Youngblood was produced by Charlie Stavish (Imagine Dragons, Ryan Adams) and Stephen Egerton (ALL, Descendents).

Tour dates: 

  • September 9 – The Kraken – Seattle, WA
  • September 10 – Twilight – Portland, WA
  • September 11 – The Press Club – Sacramento, CA
  • September 12 – Riley’s – Bakersfield, CA
  • September 13 – Artistic Armory – Las Vegas, NV
  • September 14 – Hotel Café – Los Angeles, CA

Make sure to catch a show if they are coming near you and stay tuned for our interview with Jeff later this week.  Visit the social media sites so you can stay up to date on the latest news.

~ Marisol

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Friday night we were treated to a night of great music. It started off with an acoustic set by  Dead Frets, then onto a fantastic indie punk set by Divided Heaven and then a spectacular set by Travis Hayes and the Young Daze. Singer/songwriter Travis Hayes. The night ended on a true to DNA form, old school punk rock set by toyGuitar.

toyGuitar from San Francisco is truly a hidden treasure. I believe they might be fairly new, which I am hoping since my lack of unfamiliarity with this awesome band. They came out and performed an energetic quick paced set that fueled the Above DNA room into a frenzied mosh/dance mayhem. One thing is for sure, when they are performing you can’t stand still unless you possibly are braindead. They just infect the crowd with their intense energy and it is like a shot of adrenaline to the heart, rejuvenating all the souls in the room. Jack on vocals is grabs a hold of you with his soulful singing, Rosie is fierce on her drums and yet she makes it look so easy with a smile. Miles on guitar delivered catchy hooks and Paul was slamming that bass away. Love the energy of these four and they work really well together to deliver a solid set. They reminded me of a Clash/Ramones but in no way, an imitation, toyGuitar has their own unique style that is deserving of your attention. Check out the photos from the set by our Rockin Ryan:

Here are some videos from their set which will get you begging to come on out to their next show:

Make sure to visit their social media sites so you can stay up to date on their latest news. If you get to a show, be sure to pick up the 7″ vinyl which we have been playing on repeat since Friday!

~ Marisol

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Friday night we were treated to a night of great music. It started off with an acoustic set by  Dead Frets, then onto a great indie punk set by Divided Heaven and here we are at the spectacular set of Travis Hayes and the Young Daze. Singer/songwriter Travis Hayes had his complete band with him and they put on a great set. The set list for the night included:

  • Song From a Movie
  • Young Daze
  • Follow Me Home
  • Bath Salts
  • Towns Like These
  • Night Swimming
  • Twenty Nothing
  • Teen Haze
  • Warm Bodies

If you are from the Bay Area and haven’t been to a Travis Hayes show, then you are missing out.  It is a full on energetic set that infects the crowd as they are singing along and dancing around the room. His music is like an instant shot of adrenaline and feel good vibes.  His heartfelt music will captivate you and feed your soul. Check out the photos from the set by our Rockin Ryan:

One thing that drove me crazy at the show, was while I was trying to enjoy his set, you could hear a group babbling so loud. It was so distracting and quite disrespectful to the artists on stage. I know that it is nice to get together with your friends, but please refrain from the loud talking during the set or if you must talk, then take in the hallway. It wasn’t like the occassional chitter chatter, this was full on loudness by a group, talking about their weekend plans. So Travis, if you are reading this, accept my apologies on behalf of these Chatty Kathys, Enough said! Check out some great videos of their set:

Make sure to visit their social media sites so you can stay up to date on their latest news. If you get to a show, be sure to pick up his vinyls or you can head over to his website and get some goodies.

~ Marisol

Information & Links:

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www.iamtravishayes.bandcamp.com
www.soundcloud.com/iamtravishayes
www.instagram.com/iamtravishayes
www.twitter.com/iamtravishayes
www.youtube.com/iamtravishayestube

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This past Friday, we made it out to the DNA Lounge for a great night of music which included everything from acoustic to punk rock. Check out our coverage of the acoustic set by Dead Frets here:   Dead Frets.  Next up, was Divided Heaven which is the music project of Jeff Berman. This tour, he has full band in tow and they delivered an incredible energetic set of indie punk.  We had the opportunity to talk with Jeff before his set and will be bringing you that to you later this week.

Jeff recently started his Youngblood Tour in support of his new album, Youngblood which was released earlier this year on Say 10 Records. One thing is for sure, it was an energetic set that captured the crowd’s attention and had everyone moving and singing along. His style of music can be described as indie or punk with a great emphasis on the punk. Jeff’s upbeat tempo and punk style created the perfect atmosphere for the DNA Lounge as I reminisced about the punk bands I would catch back in the 80’s on Tuesday nights (those are some good memories!). Check out the photos by Rockin Ryan of the set:

I was glad to see a couple of my favorite songs performed, Melissa Militia and Ego and Nothing More, in addition to hearing some of his older songs which have become some of my new faves Jeff brings a completely new edge to his songs when he performs them with a live band and highlights this punk angst. But I love both the acoustic and live band sets, and I still am so bummed that I didn’t get to see Divided Heaven on Warped Tour as they performed on the Acoustic Basement stage. Jeff brings such emotion to his songs and  his voice is captivating. One of my favorite sets at the DNA Lounge in a very long time. Check out a couple videos from the set:

You can catch Divided Heaven on the West Coast tour dates and I would highly recommend getting out to a show. Also, when you are there, make sure to pick up the Younglbood album and it is available on vinyl, which I am ecstatic about. We picked up both Divided Heaven vinyls at the show and I have been playing them ever since. You can also pick up Youngblood on iTunes here. Youngblood was produced by Charlie Stavish (Imagine Dragons, Ryan Adams) and Stephen Egerton (ALL, Descendents).

Tour dates: 

  • September 8 – Le Voyeur – Olympia, WA
  • September 9 – The Kraken – Seattle, WA
  • September 10 – Twilight – Portland, WA
  • September 11 – The Press Club – Sacramento, CA
  • September 12 – Riley’s – Bakersfield, CA
  • September 13 – Artistic Armory – Las Vegas, NV
  • September 14 – Hotel Café – Los Angeles, CA

Make sure to catch a show if they are coming near you and stay tuned for our interview with Jeff later this week.  Visit the social media sites so you can stay up to date on the latest news.

~ Marisol

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