Green Day – Youngblood – Live in Oakland

Green Day - Youngblood – Live in Oakland

Green Day – Youngblood – Oakland, Live, 12-10-16, 1st row, Oracle Arena. Billie Joe: Are you ready to sing along? “Fu*k you I’m from Oakland!” 😛

Other Tidbits:

2nd Night of Live 105’s sold-out Not so Silent Night. Everybody waiting in line got heavily rained on from ~9am to 3pm while they lined up early for the show 😛 Many fans recognized each other from previous shows. One of us (who was also the 2nd person in line!) even got called up to join the band on stage for ‘Know Your Enemy’!

For ‘Longview’, Billie invited a young fan to play and sing with them. After the end, the kid asked Billie Joe and Mike Dirnt if he could play another song. After listing a few he knew, he then choose ‘J.A.R.’ Afterwards, Billie was so impressed that he let the kid keep the guitar, which pleasantly shocked him and all the fans.

Before ‘Boulevard of Broken Dreams’, Billie Joe paid tribute to the victims of the Ghost Ship warehouse fire in Oakland. “What I’ve always loved about the Bay Area is that we have the best freaks and weirdos on the planet. This is our own… this is our people… friends of friends… So my heart goes out to all those people who perished in the warehouse.”

Unlike the October 20th Green Day show we went to at the UC Theatre which ended well after midnight, the Oracle Arena’s curfew was 11:30pm, so there was no encore this time. There was also a lot more crowd surfing this time as well 😛 We were in the 1st row for that one as well, and the only crowd surfers I remember going over us were the 2 that were invited up on stage, lol, I believe the 1,400 UC Theatre might have been a bit too small for a mosh pit to break out 😛

1. American Idiot
2. Holiday
3. Know Your Enemy
4. Bang Bang
5. Boulevard of Broken Dreams
6. Longview
7. J.A.R. (Jason Andrew Relva)
8. Youngblood
9. Hitchin’ a Ride
10. Brain Stew
11. Basket Case
12. When I Come Around
13. Still Breathing
14. Minority

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The Head and the Heart
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Simple Plan – Opinion Overload – Live at Tivoli Utrecht, Netherlands, TOFTT-Tour 2016

Simple Plan - Opinion Overload - Live at Tivoli Utrecht, Netherlands, TOFTT-Tour 2016

Simple Plan performing their single “Opinion Overload” live at the music location “Tivoli” in Utrecht, Netherlands during their first leg of the Taking One For the Team world tour.

The show took place on 18th March 2016.

Utrecht was our second show during their tour and won’t be the last one. It took us nearly two hours to drive to Utrecht, but was worth it.


Blink-182 “First Date” AT&T Center 7-30/16 (3)

Blink-182 "First Date" AT&T Center 7-30/16 (3)

Blink-182 performing “First Date” for their North American Tour 2016 at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas on July 30, 2016.


Blink 182 News: Tom Delonge Meets Bill Clinton to Talk UFO’s?

Blink 182 News: Tom Delonge Meets Bill Clinton to Talk UFO's?

ou know it’s a Blink-182 rock show when a four-letter word that begins with “f” and rhymes with “duck” is lit in flames across the back of the stage.

You also know it’s a Blink-182 rock show when the heavily tattooed crowd is partying like rock stars, many inebriated probably because the concert at The Joint in the Hard Rock Hotel kicked off three hours before Blink-182 hit the stage, at 10 p.m., with All American Rejects and A Day to Remember.

The Poway, Calif., rockers brought “The California Summer Tour” to The Joint for a two-night stint from July 23-24, and this was the most jam-packed the music venue has been for a performance in recent memory.

Heading into the night, the big question is how is new-ish singer and guitarist Matt Skiba acclimating to Blink-182 as a live band after the departure of Tom DeLonge more than 18 months ago? (Skiba joined a few months later).

Blink-182 without DeLonge alongside singer and guitarist Mark Hoppus and drummer Travis Barker, a Las Vegas club headliner, is weird – there is no denying that the adult, immature, fun and hilarious banter between DeLonge and Hoppus was an integral part of Blink-182’s live concerts – but Skiba is a strong vocalist and more than holds his own in Blink-182.

In fact, his confident singing elevates the rockers, and his wide, crazy eyes while performing fit right into the high-energy rock band. Also at this solid rock show of note:

Barker took off his shirt before “Rock Show”; Skiba is introduced as “everyone’s new best friend” before “First Date”; the images on the large LED screen were surprisingly blurry at times on Night 1; the crowd was described as “effing good-looking”; Barker’s snare drum broke during “Bored to Death”; the sound was an occasional issue during the rock show; and the band “turned it up a notch” by performing one song in the dark.

The setlist: “Feeling This,” “What’s My Age Again?,” “Family Reunion,” “The Rock Show,” “Cynical,” “First Date,” “Down,” “I Miss You,” “Bored to Death,” “Built This Pool,” “Dumpweed,” “Reckless Abandon,” “Stay Together for the Kids,” “No Future,” “Man Overboard,” “Violence,” “Wendy Clear,” “Happy Holidays, You Bastard,” “Kings of the Weekend” and “Carousel.”

Encore: “Los Angeles,” “All the Small Things,” “Bohemian Rhapsody” and “Dammit.” Thanks to Erik Kabik for his photo gallery of Blink-182.

Final note: Even after post-concert eats at Mr. Lucky’s 24/7 for about an hour, it still took 30 minutes to exit the parking garage off Harmon Ave. It’s the small things.


ACCIDENTE @ Latino Punk Fest 2016

ACCIDENTE @ Latino Punk Fest 2016

ACCIDENTE playing live at the NYC Latino Punk Festival 2016 – Aviv, August 6th 2016

Recorded by Ruido Total Records
Edited by No Ego Discos

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Florence & Calvin Harris – Sweet Nothing (Nightboy & Robin Skouteris Remix)

Florence & Calvin Harris - Sweet Nothing (Nightboy & Robin Skouteris Remix)

Remix by Nightboy & Robin Skouteris.

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12/16 Hunter Valentine @ Black Cat, Washington, DC 2/15/16

12/16 Hunter Valentine @ Black Cat, Washington, DC 2/15/16

Hunter Valentine – Farewell for Now Tour

Armed With Pop-Punk Vibes
Now based in Brooklyn, the band started making waves in Toronto in 2005 when original members Kiyomi McClosky (lead vocals and guitar) and Laura Petracca (vocals and drums) formed the group and came out with their first self-financed EP.

Since then, Hunter Valentine has released three full-length albums. Working with such producers as Greg Nori (Sum 41, Iggy Pop), Julius “Juice” Butty (Alexis on Fire, City and Color, Protest the Hero), and Ian Blurton (The Weakerthans, Amy Milan, Cursed, Lowest of the Low). Their blatant disregard for a typical girl-group sound has garnered them international attention. The girls’ success has taken them on tour around the world and back, opening for such artists as Sum 41 and Cyndi Lauper.

With even greater accomplishment on the horizon, Hunter Valentine has solidified their lineup in 2014. The band now has the ability to shake any audience to its core. The group will be featured on VH1’s Make or Break: The Linda Perry Project in July 2014 and will be releasing their fourth full-length album shortly thereafter. The band has paved their own way in the realm of edgy female performers.


Sulfato de Mierda – 10 – La Marmota punk

Sulfato de Mierda - 10 - La Marmota punk

Sulfato de Mierda – Maldita rutina (2017)

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