Music is the gospel he preaches, and he’s sharing it all over the world.
MGK spit off his quick-witted lyrics and commanded the stage with his righteous demeanor.
From his solid and dreamy vocals, to his interesting stage presence and everything in between, Sivan is genuine.
The band has have never been one to shy away from controversy, and Armstrong came at it headfirst.
Hiatus Kaiyote gave St. Louisans a taste of their direction and they are only getting higher.
Nai Palm’s voice commanded the attention of everyone in the building.
All these words in this sequence can’t even compare to the entity of what Hiatus Kaiyote creates with its music.
To see acts in 2016 featuring a saxophone isn’t that common, and that is one of the reasons I like this band so much.
The headliners came out with lights blazing everywhere and the crowd screaming their lungs out.
“Shirley Manson just has such an amazing voice, and that’s a reason why we can do different things with the music.”