Tag: Chris ‘Woody’ Wood

HEAR THIS NOW: THE MUSIC SOUNDCHECK EDITION 7 – ON MY RADAR

Always showcasing the best that’s out there in music! Welcome to edition 7 of ‘Here This Now’. Edition 7 has everything from the latest VALLEY track to the new BASTILLE. It has been a while since the last one, so settle in. Expect some impeccable tracks that have been on my mind from the past […]

HEAR THIS NOW: THE MUSIC SOUNDCHECK EDITION 5

Here This Now keeps you updated with the best new music! Welcome to edition 5. In Edition 5 we’ve got everything from Bastille’s new song (and sound) to a new track from Melanie C. It’s all the best in new music… BASTILLE // ‘WHAT YOU GONNA DO??’ Alternative Rock band Bastille are back with a […]

THE RECLUSIVE BLOGGER’S’ TEN BEST ALBUMS OF 2019

Well, readers, it’s that time of the year again, the list of my favorite albums (and EPs) that left the biggest impression on me from 2019. My list usual boils down to what struck my ears the most and what got multiple listens so that may not be what other fellow journalists and publications pick. […]

BRITISH ROCK BAND BASTILLE TURN UP THE VOLUME AT THE GREEK THEATRE

Bastille Brought Doom Days To The Greek And A Lively Show! South London band Bastille made their return to Los Angeles on Saturday. The band brought their Doom Days Tour Part 1 with opener Joywave to the The Greek Theater. The “Happier” and “Quarter Past Midnight” musicians played a twenty song set to the pack […]

BASTILLE KICKS OFF NORTH AMERICAN HEADLINE TOUR AT THE MET IN PHILADELPHIA

British Alt-pop band Bastille kicks off their North American tour today with an extensive run of dates starting at The Met in Philadelphia and culminating with Pepsi Center in Mexico City. The band is touring in support of their new album Doom Days an LP which engages the listener on a big night out in […]

BASTILLE // LIVE AT THE WILTERN – A REVIEW

My favorite British Alternative Pop band Bastille made their return to Los Angeles last night (September 24th). Taking The Wiltern stage by storm (pun intended) with a new and quite colorful lively stage setup. Bastille played to a *sold out* house performing many fan favorites and new songs, which of course included the bands’ current […]

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