Pop & Rock
‘Stories’ Blends Electronica with Blues, Pop, and Funk
‘Stories’ blends electronica with blues, pop, and funk. Read story.
Brooklyn Indie Pop Quartet Gets Campbell Hall Dancing With Originals and Covers
Brooklyn indie pop quartet gets Campbell Hall dancing with originals and covers. Read story.
Duo’s UCSB Return Is Moving, But Feels Like A Rehash
Duo’s UCSB return is moving, but feels like a rehash. Read story.
Heavy Folk and Bluegrass Sets Get Boots Kicking
Heavy folk and bluegrass sets get boots kicking. Read story.
Tennessee Siren Drops ‘Sorry’
Tennessee siren drops first full-length album, ‘Sorry.’ Read story.
Mandolin Master Performs Solo on Sunday
Mandolin master performs solo on Sunday. Read story.
Hope and Justin, The Wild Reeds Put New Twists On Folk
Traditional becomes contemporary this weekend at Plaza Playhouse and SOhO. Read story.
Folk-Rock Icon Thompson Strong As Ever on ‘Still’
Folk-rock icon Thompson is as strong as ever on ‘Still.’ Read story.
Bands Shine While Offstage Events Need Fine-Tuning
Bands shine while offstage events need fine-tuning. Read story.
‘The Monsanto Years’ is a Reality-Inducing Album
‘The Monsanto Years’ asks listeners to wake up and respond to the ecological destruction of Earth. Read story.
Setlist Features Energetic Pop-Punk Of ‘The Color Before The Sun’
Setlist features energetic pop-punk of ‘The Color Before The Sun’ Read story.
Singer-Songwriter Coming In To Confidence At Rousing ‘River Town’ Release
Singer-songwriter coming into confidence at rousing ‘River Town’ release. Read story.
The Pop Icon Hits Town for Her ‘Unbreakable 2015’ Tour
The pop icon stopped in Santa Barbara for her ‘Unbreakable’ tour. Read story.
Smoov-E and Vaud and The Villains Get Parties Started
Smoov-E and Vaud and The Villains get the parties started. Read story.
Day of the Dead Celebration Turns Three
The Day of the Dead celebration turns three. Read story.