Kurt Vile impressed a sold out audience at The Social in Orlando last week. Check out some photos from him and from opener Luke Roberts below.
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We went over to The Social in Orlando to have our faces rocked off by Nothing But Thieves & The Wrecks last week, and we enjoyed every minute of it. Check out some photos from the evening below.
The boys from Bob Moses came down to Orlando and had us completely entranced for a couple hours. Check out some photos from the evening below.
The experimental rock band The Dear Hunter has returned to its roots and will be finishing their definitive story with their latest album, Act V: Hymns With The Devil in Confessional. The album will finalize the story The Dear Hunter’s founder and front man, Casey Crescenzo, has been telling since 2006 with their debut album Act I: The...
John Mark McMillan brought his experienced craftmanship to a sold out crowd at the Social last week. Check out some photos from him and from opener The Brilliance below.
We had the opportunity to see Benjaming Booker & Co. tear it up at The Social in Orlando this week. Pretty soon we won’t be able to see him in such a small venue anymore; he’s blowing up right now. And with good reason. Check out a few photos of him channeling his inner Jimi Hendrix below.
We’re not sure there could have been a more fitting opener for Benjamin Booker last week at The Social last week than the Woolly Bushmen. They certainly did not dissapoint. Check out some photos below.
You could feel the rise in the energy level at the Social last week when The Grouch & Eligh took the stage and the crowd closed in towards the front. They were definitely there to see the headliner, a further proved by the amount of lyrics they enthusiastically recited out by heart. Check out some photos below. [flickr-gallery...
Eliot Lipp kept the night and the people moving at the Social with some hot beats. Check out some photos below. [flickr-gallery mode=”photoset” photoset=”72157643096958363″]
It’s hard not to smile when you’re watching a Pigeon John show. That’s not something that can be said about many indie hip-hop artists. Even for first timers who haven’t seen him before, Pigeon usually wins them over by the end of the set with his smooth flow and lighthearted rhymes. And that’s exactly what happened...