The balance of SRSQ’s emotionally wrought performance, Uniform’s chaotic energy, and The Black Queen’s chilly, melodic synths made for a very interesting and musically diverse night. … read more
Almost nine years to the day since I last saw Muse, I found myself sitting in the Vivint Smart Home Arena on a Thursday night, filled with an unusual amount of anxious energy.
Over the years I’ve realized that a band or an artist can change and grow and seeing that evolution can be amazing and astonishing. … read more
God came in the form of the mythical figure, Thom Yorke, known best as the frontperson of Radiohead, but here performing a set of solo music. While his musical and social glorification stems from a real talent for performance and songwriting, his latest show exposed the seams of his work. … read more
Seeing Metallica and all of their glory in my hometown was overwhelmingly fun. It was a thrill from start to finish, and I couldn’t have asked for a better experience. … read more
When I first heard Julien Baker, I was immediately taken aback by her honest songwriting and a set of pipes that seem to open her up—baring her soul. Her introspective lyrics coupled with a soft delivery lulls one’s defenses away. She is absolutely amazing. … read more