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Dirty Heads and 311: Sounds of Summer

As summer stretches across its pinnacle, Dirty Heads and 311 are bringing their co-headlining ‘Sounds of Summer’ tour to Sacramento’s Papa Murphy’s Park on Friday, August 16. Driven by an infectious appetite to hone and push their signature sounds to new heights, Dirty Heads released the long...

Iration
Music Things to Do

Two Nights of “Paradise!” Coming to Ace of Spades

In a special two-night presentation, Hawaii via Santa Barbara’s beloved Iration is bringing their first official headlining tour ‘’Live From Paradise!” to Sacramento’s Ace of Spades on August 7 and 8. Joined by Through The Roots and Katastro, “Live From Paradise!” is set to be an irie show with the...

Michael Buble
Music Review

He’s Back! Michael Bublé is All Smiles in Impressive Show

With an infectious energy, a wit perfect in comedic timing and a voice that affirms he is one of the greatest talents in the business, Michael Bublé charmed Golden 1 Center audiences Wednesday night and proved that when you’re smiling, the whole world smiles with you. “I come with the perspective...

FEMMETAPE
Music Review

REVIEW: Ivy Sole’s FEMMETAPE Tour

An artist’s first tour is often a special occasion for celebration and a vulnerable display of their work through an undiscovered land of self-exploration and measured resilience. When Philadelphia’s Ivy Sole bought her debut FEMMETAPE Tour to Sacramento’s Momo Lounge on Tuesday, she was faced with...

Jimmy Eat World
Music Review

Jimmy Eat World + Verno = A Perfect Sunday Show

Reviewing a show is easy when the band is good. Rarely is a show perfect, for there’s often a point or two of constructive criticism that can be included. And if the reviewer is doing nothing but gushing like a fanboy, it can often feel like a fake account of what happened. Maybe the writer...

Earl Sweatshirt
Music Review

Earl Sweatshirt Rapped ‘Some Rap Songs’ at His Rap Show

As suddenly as Thebe Kgositsile became the rapper known as Earl Sweatshirt, his legend was cemented in rap history as a 16-year-old prodigy with untapped potential within the infamous Odd Future collective. When his mother sent him off to boarding school in Samoa until the age of 18, his legend...

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