All available info can be found here. Trans Pride L.A. is one of the longest running and best attended trans pride events in the country. Trans Pride L.A. is a vibrant weekend event full of food, fun, community building, outreach and celebrates the resiliency and strength of our community. This year’s event is Friday evening and Saturday, June 14 & 15. The fun begins on … Continue reading L.A. Trans Pride 2019 Kicks off this Weekend!
Baby FuzZ is probably one of the most unique acts out right now. Combing elements of so many genres such as classic rock, old time blues, rock n’ roll and pop, Baby FuzZ sure catches the crowds attention. The combination of all of these genres feels natural. Baby FuzZ is one of the bands that Rock the Pigeon had the pleasure to catch at SXSW. … Continue reading You Must See This Artist Live: Baby FuzZ
Fans have longed to hear it! The Get Up Kids have dropped a new full length record! It’s their first LP release in 8 years. The Get Up Kids have recently been back on the road doing a South America tour in 2017 and a U.S. tour in 2018 to support the release of their EP “Kicker” [RTP’s Review of Kicker], and are currently on … Continue reading The Get Up Kids drop first record in 8 years / “Problems” is a colossal emo-rock LP [Full Review]
I have spent the last (almost) year getting to know the band Hello Noon. Aside from being incredible musicians and songwriters, the folks in Hello Noon are some of the kindest, most genuine people you will ever meet. Every project, every recording, every show, regardless of the money or the amount of eyes on them, they give it their all. It doesn’t matter if the … Continue reading Members of Hello Noon visit the UCLA Children’s Hospital bringing the joy of music
Tatiana Tell, who goes by the stage name Tatiana, is a singer/songwriter from Northeastern PA, she played a concert at local bar Thirst T’s Saturday night. Tatiana was accompanied by fellow NEPA Alternative Rock band, and bandmates The Boastfuls. The two talented acts blend well together with Tatiana’s stage presence, a mixture of Amy Winehouse meets Stevie Nicks, while The Boastful put an original twist … Continue reading Tatiana at Thirst T’s (Concert Review)
Secret Emchy Society has been putting out music that is true to her soul for a long time now. Classified as queer country, Secret Emchy Society’s music is really music for anyone that loves a truly authentic sound. Her newest record is titled “Mark’s Yard: The Campfire Covers” and was actually recorded during a campfire (we’re guessing at someone named Mark’s place). They had to … Continue reading Secret Emchy Society gives off the classic campfire sing-a-long vibe with new record
Far Out Fest is kicking off in Los Angeles in the Westwood area, home of UCLA, on May 4th, 2019. Formerly known as Westwoodstock, the music festival has recently changed their name to Far Out Fest, and is dedicated to showcasing the far out talent of Westwood to the local community. Far Out Fest features musicians from all over the Los Angeles area. This festival … Continue reading Music Festival FAR OUT FEST is Happening in Los Angeles next Weekend!
The Faim is currently on tour and have just released a new song called “Amelie.” The song feels dark yet still contains catchy melodies to pull listeners in. For fans of My Chemical Romance, Bring Me The Horizon, and Panic! At the Disco, The Faim is a band that carries the spirit of pop-punk with a slightly darker feel. The music stays interesting as it … Continue reading The Faim Release New Song, Currently on Tour with Andy Black, Kulick
“Matt Maeson learned a lot about the power of song while touring with his parents’ ministry, playing music at prisons and biker rallies across the country.” (pulled from Vevo) Matt Maeson has released a live performance video of his song “Beggar’s Song” on Vevo. He performs his song fearlessly with just an acoustic guitar and his gorgeous voice. The song seems to be a call … Continue reading Matt Maeson is Out with a Great New Record & is Currently On Tour
There’s a genre that is loved by so many, yet it’s still very underground. It’s called folk punk. It’s also called anti-folk by many. The genre has gained a cult following through acts like Paul Baribeau, Mischief Brew, Dead Blonde Girlfriend, Cranford Nix and AJJ. Now there’s a new folk punk star on the rise. Their name is Brian Huntress and they are currently on … Continue reading Introducing Brian Huntress to Folk Punk Fans (On Tour Now)