Have Mercy, Real Friends, Tiny Moving Parts and Broadside at HOB Anaheim

Baltimore's own Have Mercy stopped by Anaheim's House of Blues on Sunday night, May 14 as part of a tour supporting Real Friends along with Tiny Moving Parts, Broadside and Nothing, Nowhere. Having just recently their third album, "Make the Best Of It," (available now via Hopeless Records) the rock quartet delivered an emotionally charged set that found lead singer Brian Swindle bearing his heart on stage before a packed house at the newly reopened space.

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WASI and Goon at The Hi Hat

WASI and Goon at The Hi Hat

Riot pop duo WASI took over LA's Hi Hat on Friday night, May 12 to celebrate the release of their brand new EP, "Coup" (available now). Spreading their wholly pertinent and very much needed message of equality through feminism and gay rights, the duo of Merilou Salazar and Jessie Meehan took the audience on a ride filled with euphoric highs and even a group sit down mid set that brought everyone together before bringing them back to their feet for a rauchous second half.


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Diet Cig, Lisa Prank and Moonfuzz at Chain Reaction

Diet Cig, Lisa Prank and Moonfuzz at Chain Reaction

Pop-punk twosome Diet Cig stopped by Anaheim's Chain Reaction on Friday night, May 5 in support of the duo's debut album, "Swear I'm Good At This" (available now via Frenchkiss Records). Following up a raucous and sold out show in LA the night before, Alex Luciano and Noah Bowman proceeded to unleash with furious glee and manic happiness the band's brand of inclusive rock.

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