Updated Concert Articles

Updated Concert Articles

Over the last week, we’ve covered 3 awesome shows in 3 different states. There’s Dirty Heads, Pepper & Aer, in MA, Slightly Stoopid, NOFX & Stephen Marley in San Diego, CA & the Homegrown NW Reggae Fest in Washington. We took a different approach to our live coverage – check it out…

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Date: Saturday, July 26th 2014
Line Up: Slightly Stoopid, NOFX, Stephen Marley
Venue: Sleeptrain Amphitheater. San Diego, CA

  • With this photo, I went to the back of the VIP section to try and get an angle of Stoopid singing into the crowd! Again, the lighting worked in my favor with a darker contrast in the crowd, still visible to the band lit up on stage with their entourage behind them. A lot of hands up & free of cell-phones – I thought that was cool… READ MORE

  • Date: Friday & Saturday July 25-26, 2014
    Line Up: Josh Heinrichs w/SkillinJah, New Kingston, Indubious, Vally Green (w/KBong) High Ceiling, Yogoman Burning Band, The Highlife Band, Two Story Zori, Positive Rising, The Approach, Mighty High, The Vibe Project, Tribal Order, Wet City Rockers, The Hookys, Big Blue Van,
    Soulistic Gypsy, The Mystic Arrows, Steady Riot, Dimestore Prophets, Juice Band.
    Venue: Carnation, WA

  • One of the major benefits to having a festival like this is the chance to get to know the artists off the stage. We were excited to hear New Kingston signed on to the bill a few weeks prior to the festival. Brothers Courtney Jr., Stephen, and Tahir are perhaps the most relaxed group of brothers I’ve ever met…READ MORE
  • Date: Wednesday, July 23rd 2014
    Line Up: Dirty Heads, Pepper, Aer
    Venue: Blue Hills Bank Pavilion. Boston, MA

  • Dirty Heads started things off in a cloud of smoke as they serenaded the crowd with the mean green anthem “Franco Eyed” off of their new album Sound of Change. The foot stomping beat and head nodding lyrics sparked the perfect recipe for the headlining act. This is an awesome song about partying, raging and having a good time. It’s dubbed in tribute of actor James Franco’s character “Saul” in the movie Pineapple Express due to his squinty red eyes! “Rollin Franco Eyed” is a new term Dirty Heads hope catches on…READ MORE