After much hype and ballyhoo, metal supergroup Dead Cross made its triumphant debut with lead singer Mike Patton (of Faith No More) to wildly receptive crowd at Santa Ana's Observatory on Thursday night, August 10. Serving up a healthy dose of So Cal hardcore, the boys of Dead Cross delivered on every level with a show that left everyone abuzz following their set.
D.C. punks Priests graced the stage of the Constellation Room this past Wednesday night, August 9 for a wild and raucous set featuring tracks from their debut long player, "Nothing Feels Natural" (available now via Sister Polygon Records).
Seattle-based indie rock quartet Chastity Belt stopped by Santa Ana's Constellation Room on Monday night, August 7 as part of a West Coast tour in support of the band's latest release, "I Used to Spend So Much Time Alone" (available now via Hardly Art).
English psych-rock quartet Wolf People stopped by The Echo on Wednesday night, August 2 for the first LA show in the band's 10 year career. Currently touring the west coast in support of their latest release, "Ruins," (available now) Wolf People thrilled and awed the Echo Park crowd with a blistering, jam filled set.