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VÉRITÉ offered an impeccable setlist including her introductory single from her upcoming album while Betty Who brought the house down.

Straight out of Southern California, Allah-Las is on tour with their third album Calico Review, which oozes a vintage LA sound.

Transviolet have embarked as the support for The Kinda Tour with LANY.

Hone backed by a full band, presented an amazing show to a packed house.

Twenty One Pilots electrified the crowd with a twenty four song set.

New York natives X Ambassadors made a stop at New York City’s Terminal 5 in support of their 2015 release, VHS.

VÉRITÉ herself proves destruction is sometimes the most beautiful and beneficial form of creation.

Adam French holds true to the idea that emotion is the starting point for every piece of music.

Field Trip has sought to capture the pervading feeling of nostalgia, a feeling that is very real to them.

TEEN is taking the states by storm with a goal of playing with as many artists as possible.

Watching Melanie Martinez perform live makes her talent, and huge fanbase, undeniable.

GRUMBY are making a name for themselves with their vast mix of R&B and Jazz-infused anthems.

Metric performed twenty-one song set featured new songs as well as a varied selection of favorites from their other five albums.

The Struts brought a well­-rounded, interactive, and entertaining rock show.

Pandora’s holiday party curated the perfect night at Pier 36 with a great lineup of acts and fun photo booth.

Marina and The Diamonds has turned somewhat small stages into a stadium caliber experience.

Halsey’s charisma and defiance to conform may be two of the biggest factors to the “why.”

On one of the last warm nights of the summer, Chvrches played the Central Park Summerstage.

Walking out to the opening song from The Lion King, Walk the Moon raised their hands over their heads.

The band, Finish Ticket pulled off a set that was short, sweet and very captivating.