Supported by Kelsea Ballerini and Brett Young, Country Music Stars Lady Antebellum took the stage at the PNC Bank Arts Center on their “You Look Good” Tour. Tastemakers photographer Lauren Scornavacca was there to cover, check out her photos below!
Riding the overwhelming success of their debut album “Saturation” and it’s quick successor “Saturation II”, Brockhampton came to Cambridge. It was a sweaty night in the Middle East Downstairs, but it was one to remember. The self-proclaimed “All-American Boyband” put on an incredibly energetic show. Tastemakers photographer was there to cover, check out his photos below!
Touring their newest album, “Last Young Renegade”, pop-punk stars All Time Low performed at the House of Blues in Boston. Tastemakers photographer Seb Herforth was there to cover the show, check out his photos below!
Buffalo Tom were one of the most classicist bands to emerge from the ‘90s alternative explosion. Nothing about them was particularly fashionable or cutting-edge; they just wrote great, heartfelt songs. Twenty-five years after their third and most well-regarded album Let Me Come Over, the Boston band played that album in its entirety at the Royale, giving the devoted hometown crowd a performance full of vitality and spirit. Before asking us… continue reading
Country music star Sara Evans performed at the Mayo Performing Arts Center in Morristown, New Jersey on August 4th, 2017. Following the release of her ninth studio album “Words”, Sara Evans has been touring the country and Tastemakers photographer Lauren Scornavacca was there to cover this show. Check out her photos below!
Listening to today’s pop music might lead one to believe that rock and roll is dead, but legendary punk rockers Green Day proved that it is alive and well at their most recent stop at the Xfinity Center on August 28th. Riding the release of 2016’s album Revolution Radio, the aptly named “Revolution Radio Summer Tour” managed to sell most , if not all, of the nearly 13,000 seats in… continue reading
You know cool when you see it on stage. Some bands study cool, and achieve it in a way that feels artificial (see Monkeys, Arctic). Some bands, like Weezer, have made a career out of being uncool. And some, like Slothrust, can effortlessly make a mockery out of what a cool band “ought to be,” and blow away a sold-out crowd in the process. Slothrust, the garage punk trio with… continue reading
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With the release of Lust for Life nearly two years after her last, Lana del Rey promised her fifth studio album would propel her onto a completely different trajectory than her previous albums had. And although delivered in not nearly as dramatic a fashion as expected, del Rey’s album signals a determined breakaway from her signature wide-eyed Gothicism and love-stricken passivity, all while remaining fairly loyal to her musical style…. continue reading
In The Valley Below is a fringe alternative band with one big hit (so far), poised to break out as a household name. The Huffington Post named “Peaches” the No. 5 song of year in 2014, which finally peaked in 2016 at No. 18 on the Billboard Alternative Songs Chart. This July, the band released the EP Elephant with an obvious success in the track “Pink Chateau”, a worthy follow-up… continue reading
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It’s hard to be derivative without also being generic. Furthermore, it’s hard to be original without also being derivative, as oxymoronic as that sounds. Inspiration is a cautious concept, and one that needs to be handled with care when crafting something as personal as an LP. I could list a plethora of artists that Massachusetts-born singer-songwriter Seth Glier likely takes inspiration from (and likely will in the coming paragraphs), but… continue reading
Country singer Hunter Hayes recently played a show at Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks in Bethlehem, PA. Check out Lauren Scornavacca’s photos below!