By: Allison Kugel– Gwen Stefani spent her childhood and adolescence in Anaheim, California, a suburban girl living just a stone’s throw from Disneyland. It was her older brother, Eric, who founded No Doubt, the hybrid ska/punk/rock band that would help Stefani make her way into the musical limelight with their 1995 breakout album, Tragic Kingdom. The band’s … Continue reading
By: Staff – DREAMCAR today released a new song called “On The Charts”, the exuberant fourth track off their self-titled debut album, due out May 12th via Columbia Records. Watch the lyric video below. DREAMCAR is available for pre-order now HERE. Fans who pre-order the album will receive instant downloads of “On The Charts” and previously released … Continue reading
Photos by: James Alvarez – Los Angeles-based new wave band Dreamcar, which consists of AFI frontman Davey Havok, along with Tony Kanal, Tom Dumont, and Adrian Young of No Doubt, and who will release their self-titled debut album on May 12th, 2017 via Columbia, performed at the Roxy Theatre in Los Angeles last night.
By: Ronnie Livias | Photos by: Krystyn Bristol, C Flanigan, & Christopher Victorio – The name Kaaboo bears a good vibration, as did experiencing the first steps onto the grounds of the first ever Kaaboo Festival in Del Mar, CA. With powerhouse names like Snoop Dogg, Foster The People, Sheryl Crow and No Doubt, Kaaboo was surely set to have a euphoric first day of operation. In addition … Continue reading
Photos by: Katie Kuropas & Joshua Mellin (@extinctionblues) – Day one of Riot Fest Chicago 2015 on September 11th featured performances by Grammy-winning pop-rock band No Doubt, who released their sixth album, Push and Shove, on September 21st, 2012 via Interscope, punk rock band Alkaline Trio, who released their eighth album, My Shame Is True, on April 2nd, 2013, … Continue reading
By: Daniel Gerichter (@ZenDonut) – By now, we know what to expect from an average music festival: dirt, grime, sub-par food & drink, involuntary piggybacks to sweaty crowd-surfers and a parade of bands you’ve never heard of, peppered with the handful you have. But what if there was a festival that called a cliché a cliché and … Continue reading
Photos by: Paul Morigi – To coincide with the 45th anniversary of Earth Day, Global Citizen (the organization behind the annual Global Citizen Festival held in New York) held a special concert on April 18th at The National Mall in Washington, D.C. to raise awareness on global environmental issues, which featured performances by headliner No Doubt, … Continue reading