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Tag: Music Photography

FRENSHIP // CONCERT REVIEW + GALLERY

Electronic Indie Pop duo Frenship (James Sunderland and Brett Hite) finished out their Vacation Tour with the last two stops in Southern California. Here at The Reclusive Blogger, we were lucky enough to see the guys at The Fonda Theater last Friday (June 14th). From song one the band put on a show from amazing […]

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HEY VIOLET // CONCERT REVIEW + GALLERY

Pop Rock band Hey Violet delivered an highly energetic and fun set at The Troubadour this past Thursday (May 30th), to an enthusiastic crowd of fans. The opener was Pop R&B newcomer Sage Charmaine whose stage presence was effervescent, her songs spunky and fun. Yet it was clear the audience was there for Hey Violet. […]

NINA NESBITT // A CONCERT REVIEW + GALLERY

Scottish Singer-Songwriter Nina Nesbitt played to a packed house at The Roxy on Sunset last night (March 19th, 2019). Hitting Southern California on her “The Sun Will Come Up” tour with openers Sophie Rose and Plested, the love was loud and clear for her in West Hollywood … Sophie Rose started the night out leaning […]

YOU ME AT SIX // A CONCERT REVIEW + GALLERY

British band You Me At Six (Josh Franceschi, Max Helyer, Chris Miller, Matt Barnes, Dan Flint) made a triumphant return to Los Angeles on Monday night with a packed show full of their biggest fans in Los Angeles. The band has been playing shows across the U.S. on their ‘Back Again‘ tour with Synth Pop […]

EMAROSA RECORD RELEASE SHOW – A REVIEW + PHOTO GALLERY

Hopeless Records Emarosa’ just released their highly anticipated album ‘Peach Club’ and to celebrate they held a record release show at The Hi Hat LA in Los Angeles on February 9th, 2019. For the originally post-hardcore band, ‘Peach Club’ is a huge leap into a new sound but a welcomed departure. For fans it is […]

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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