Santa Barbara’s very own New Noise Festival promises to deliver an exciting slate of bands for all music fans with its seventh annual iteration.
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After the lull of summer, I.V. is again filled with students enjoying their community and ready to see some fun-filled live shows.
It’s rare for one denuded voice and an old, acoustic guitar to transfix an audience so completely as Laura Marling did this past Friday night.
22, A Million by Simone Dupuy In 2012, Justin Vernon released an album independently under the name Bon Iver, deriving from a French phrase meaning “good winter.” Indeed, the band’s first two al...
The 51-year old English rock band comes to town Thursday night as a leg of what could very well be its final performance exhibition, titled, “Back to the Who Tour 51!”
“I don’t have a setlist,” the musician cooed lowly into the microphone... He then welcomed requests, prompting polite shouts from the audience for music old and new.
Artsweek writers preview their most anticipated shows at Nexus voters' favorite venue.
The fest has outdone itself even in consideration of last year’s slate, highlighting Goldenvoice’s dedication to doubling down on FYF’s rep for a diverse, exciting lineup.
Fans were blown back by Camp Flog Gnaw’s fifth-year expansion to a two-day affair, set for Saturday, Nov. 12, and Sunday, Nov. 13, at Exposition Park in Los Angeles.