J-Theo @ Rock City Studios

J-Theo | 6/2/18 |Rock City Studios  

Jonathan Zillman, also known as J-Theo, is quite the entertainer. I have seen him grow as a musician, and as a person over the last year, it has been very beautiful to see. Jonathan headlined the Live in the 805 events twice before, however he was listed as a supporting act on this event. He played an incredible set, around six or seven songs, most of which came from his debut album “A Dreamer’s Disease”, which he re-released independently this year under the new name J-Theo. J-Theo takes influences from many different genres and infuses it into his rap/R&B style. Originally, Jonathan was a part of a few different local hardcore and death-core bands that unfortunately did not work out. With that being said, he used some of the lyrical work and poetry while in those bands, and put it to good use in his current music. He writes about things that mean a lot to him, and thus his lyrical content strays away from a lot of the garbage the mainstream shows in terms of rap. He raps about topics some are too afraid to, and is very fun to watch on stage. He even stage dived at the end, with the crowd carrying him around the venue during his last song “Black Sheep”. J-Theo is a rap artist that stretches the boundaries and is definitely one to be on the lookout for.  Our interview with J-Theo will be posted to our YouTube channel shortly, be on the look out!

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The Peace and the Panic Tour | Photos & Review

         I had the honor of shooting Neck Deep’s ‘The Peace and the Panic’ tour, with Speak Low if You Speak Love, Creeper, and Seaway in Norfolk, VA on January 30th. In one word I’d describe the show as, “SPECTACULAR” I’ve seen Neck Deep in the past, but for some odd reason this show meant so much more to me than any of their prior shows.

      The night started with a 4 hour drive from NC, which had some bumps along the way, causing us to be a bit late. We finally got there during the end of Speak Low if You Speak Love’s show. Ryan is such a lovely human and performs wonderfully any time I’ve seen him with his other band, State Champs. So it was no surprise that he did an amazing job at this show. Next band was Seaway. I have never personally seen them before, but I had definitely heard of them. The band put on an awesome show and brought an intense energy to the crowd that I haven’t seen in a hot minute. I’d love to shoot for them again in the future when I’ve learned a couple more of their songs. Finally, last, but definitely by no means least, Neck Deep was up to preform. There was an overwhelming feeling in the air of excitement, happiness, and wonderment. You could tell just by looking at the crowd, that many of the people attending have been waiting a long time for this moment. I spoke with a few attendees as well and they were all beyond excited. Truly nothing feels as good as the mutual happiness among everyone in a venue, about to see their favorite band. Neck Deep finally came out and played a beautiful set with mixed song from their older and newer stuff, such as their new album, “The Peace and the Panic” which you can listen to here. https://open.spotify.com/album/6MiQ7JVsKlOBJFJzWQZ2Kz The show was executed perfectly with just the right amount of upbeat songs, and heartfelt, sadder songs. I saw so many friends, partners, and strangers screaming the words to their favorite songs, holding each other close, and dancing the night away. It was one of the best shows I’ve been to in a really long time. I’d definitely suggest catching Neck Deep in your nearest city the next time they come around. I know I will.

 

 Photos  & review courtesy of Izzy Corcoran

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Flint Eastwood on tour w/ PVRIS now

12038303_982345658496462_1150323648857277881_nWed 02.21 – Providence, RI @ The Strand 

Thu 02.22 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Stage AE 

Fri 02.23 – Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues 

Sat 02.24 – Grand Rapids, MI @ Intersection 

Mon 02.26 – St Louis, MO @ Delmar Hall 

Tue 02.27 – Milwaukee, WI @ The Rave/Eagles Club 

Wed 02.28 – Lawrence, KS @ Granada Theatre 

Fri 03.02 – Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre 

Sat 03.03 – Salt Lake City, UT @ The Depot 

Mon 03.05 – Seattle, WA @ The Showbox 

Tue 03.06 – Vancouver, BC @ Vogue Theatre 

Wed 03.07 – Portland, OR @ Wonder Ballroom 

Fri 03.09 – San Francisco, CA @ The Fillmore 

Sat 03.10 – Las Vegas, NV @ House of Blues 

Sun 03.11 – Tucson, AZ @ Rialto Theatre 

Tue 03.13 – Albuquerque, NM @ Sunshine Theatre 

Thu 03.15 – San Antonio, TX @ Aztec Theatre 

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The Get Free Tour – 1/24/18

 Photos courtesy of Lexi Rodriguez, who owns Hope Through Headphones

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 24 of January, Lawrence Kansas, Granada Theater

 

Eyes Set To Kill Interview | 2017

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 Have you all been wondering just when Eyes Set To Kill will be releasing a new album ? While speaking with Alexia she gave us a time frame to expect this new release. Be sure to watch the interview below and catch them at a tour date new you.

Bad Seed Rising Interview | Break Into Action Tour 2017

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October 18, 2016 | Chance Theater

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