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Looking Through A Broken Window with Woodward and Parker

Austin, Texas based band Woodward and Parker chatted with us about how they got started, where they gather inspiration, and the process of making their latest album. Check it out below for all the details, and links to their music at the end. Crowdsurfer: How did you come to play together as a band? Woodward […]

Sara Kays at Launchpad

American singer-songwriter and TikTok sensation, Sara Kays, opened for MAX at Launchpad in Albuquerque, NM on Wednesday night, giving us a taste of the intimate show that was coming next. Throughout her set, Sara’s artistry as a solo songwriter shined through her beautifully raw and soft vocals. She also displayed her talent as a guitarist […]

MAX at Launchpad

Have you ever listened to MAX’s “Basement Party” and wondered what it would be like to be at that party with him? Well, MAX took the stage at Launchpad in Albuquerque, NM on Wednesday night and to say that it was the best basement party is truly an understatement! The show started with a beautiful […]

Chloe Moriondo in San Francisco

Chloe Moriondo’s “SUCKERPUNCH” tour came to San Francisco last week at the Great American Music Hall for a fun night of singing and dancing. Moriondo ran around on stage in a silver two-piece ensemble and tall moon boots singing various hits including “Popstar” and “Celebrity” from her newest album. Among these hits, she also sang […]

King Princess at The Regency Ballroom

King Princess, also known as Mikaela Strauss, stopped at The Regency Ballroom in San Francisco last week for “The Hold On Baby Tour.” King Princess started their set by running on stage and singing “Little Brother,” a song from the pop artist’s sophomore album, Hold On Baby. Throughout the night, King Princess took sips from a […]

Sabrina Carpenter at The Regency Ballroom

Sabrina Carpenter’s sold-out emails i can’t send tour came to a close at The Regency Ballroom in San Francisco this past Sunday. The show kicked off with Sabrina sitting behind a keyboard under a large, heart-shaped archway. The lighting was dim, intimate, and ideal for Sabrina’s first song, a stripped-down rendition of “emails i can’t […]

MUNA and Meet Me @ The Altar

MUNA made a stop in Dallas last week as a part of their “MUNA Saves The World” tour. They brought their larger-than-life confidence along with their electro-pop bangers to a sold-out swarm of fans at the Echo Lounge and Music Hall. The setlist centered around their newest self-titled album, while sprinkling in plenty of crowd […]

Noah Cyrus at The Historic El Rey Theater

After four years, Noah Cyrus has returned to the stage for The Hardest Part Tour, and we’ve never been more excited! On Wednesday night, Noah performed for a sold-out crowd at The Historic El Rey Theater in Albuquerque, NM with a beautiful and heartfelt opening performance by gigi. Excitement and anticipation circulated through the crowd […]

Rico Nasty at Oakland Arena

American rapper, singer, and songwriter, Rico Nasty, opened for Kehlani’s sold-out show at the Oakland Arena, bringing a lot of excitement and energy to the crowd. After much anticipation built up by an AI voice chanting, “Rico Nasty,” the artist herself ran onto the stage tossing her hair back and forth while rapping the lyrics […]

Kehlani at Oakland Arena

Kehlani’s latest tour, Blue Water Road, stopped for a hometown show at the Oakland Arena last Friday. The R&B artist made a spectacular return home to Oakland, CA, completely selling out the nearly 20,000-person venue. The setlist mainly included songs from Kehlani’s latest album, Blue Water Road, along with their second most recent album, It […]

renforshort and Justus Bennetts

Toronto native and rising star renforshort brought her first North American headline tour to Brooklyn on Wednesday, September 28. Performing at Baby’s All Right, she was supported by Justus Bennetts, who has quite quickly made a name for himself in the industry. With over 200 million streams generated in less than a year and 600k […]

Talking “SCP” with OAKMAN

Have you heard of OAKMAN? If you haven’t, chances are, you will soon! This talented French pop/rock trio has had a big week, as they released their third EP, SCP, on September 30th. We had the opportunity to sit down and chat with lead singer/guitarist Marine and drummer Jesse about their new music. Check it […]

5 Seconds of Summer: 5SOS5

After months of anticipation and excitement, Australian pop rock band 5 Seconds of Summer has finally dropped their fifth studio album, fittingly titled 5SOS5. The album is a collection of nineteen tracks that take us through “a journey of friendship, brotherhood, and an exploration of self-identity.”  The quartet is incredibly proud of this album as […]

The Driver Era at The Warfield

THE DRIVER ERA, an indie alt-rock duo made up of brothers Ross and Rocky Lynch, stopped at The Warfield in San Francisco last week during their 2022 tour, which began this month and continues through November.The venue was packed and fans were screaming as the duo entered the stage and sang their newly released single, […]

The Driver Era Summer Tour

Alt-pop band, THE DRIVER ERA, consisting of brothers Ross and Rocky Lynch are currently on their summer tour with special guests Almost Monday and Summer Salt. The tour kicked off on the East Coast early this month and is making its way across the United States before heading to destinations in Australia and the UK […]

Glass Animals & Genesis Owusu

On Wednesday evening, Glass Animals took the stage to a sold out crowd in Cincinnati, Ohio with an astounding opening performance by the Ghanaian-Australian artist known as Genesis Owusu. The night was full of cheering, dancing, a beautiful skyline view and of course an incredible encore performance of their smashing hit “Heat Waves.”  The British Indie-rock band […]

BANKS in Nashville

BANKS came to play at Marathon Music Works in Nashville, one of the first stops on her Serpentina Tour. Serpentina is Banks’s fourth album, so she had plenty of songs to choose from when getting ready for this tour. “It was hard to make a setlist,” she said, “Each song is my baby.” Banks opened […]

MGK at Oakland Arena

Machine Gun Kelly’s show in Oakland, CA kicked off with much anticipation and excitement as fans turned heads to watch him fly from the back of the arena onto the main stage in a giant pink helicopter. While hanging from the helicopter, MGK opened his show by singing “born with horns.” As he approached the […]

WILLOW at Oakland Arena

WILLOW (Willow Smith) opened for Machine Gun Kelly’s highly anticipated “Mainstream Sellout” tour at the Oakland Arena, taking the stage with enthusiasm as she performed songs from her latest album, lately I feel EVERYTHING. In a colorful knit hat and a jumpsuit, WILLOW delivered an energetic performance with tracks including “Gaslight” and “don’t SAVE ME.” […]

Illfest Daily Lineup Is Here

A surprisingly impressive lineup just dropped from local Austin, Texas music festival Illfest. Featuring over 50 EDM artists over 4 stages, and not complete without crazy visuals and art installations, this will for sure be the place to be in September. We’re most excited to see Louis the Child, Jai Wolf, Slander, and Boogie T […]

COIN at The Regency Ballroom

American indie pop rock band COIN kicked off their “Uncanny Valley” tour this month in Phoenix, AZ, and made their way to CA with stops in Los Angeles, San Diego, and most recently, San Francisco. The sold-out San Francisco show took place at The Regency Ballroom and opened with “Learning,” one of the hit songs […]

BENEE at The Warfield

The North American leg of BENEE’s 2022 world tour is coming to a wrap this week! On Tuesday, hundreds of Bay Area fans showed up in San Francisco to sing along and dance to the alternative pop singer-songwriter’s upbeat hits at The Warfield. The show kicked off with “Make You Sick,” which appears in BENEE’s […]

Nashville Pride 2022

Happy Pride, y’all! Nashville celebrated Pride the weekend of June 25th, and the grounds of Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park were filled with all sorts of joy, colors, and love. The near 100 degree temperatures along with high humidity made for a sweaty weekend, but no less of a fun one. Day 1 began with […]

Sub Urban at SummerStage

Eclectic alt-pop singer Sub Urban warmed up the crowd for AURORA at New York’s SummerStage in Central Park on June 4th. Blending together dark pop sounds layered with circus themes and catchy trap inspired beats, the artist fully immersed himself in the performance. It’s clear that the musician, who averages over 10 million global weekly […]


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