We’re psyched to announce that Act As If, Curtis Peoples, and Best Of Friends will be performing live at the next TuneCore Live show, on May 26. We look forward to another packed house!
If you haven’t made it to one of our shows yet, what are you waiting for?! Come down, let us know what you’re up to, ask us questions, and share some fun – our west coast TuneCore team will be in attendance and are ready to kick it. And make sure to bring your dancing shoes, because we have some amazing TuneCore Artists sharing the stage this month.
The night began with a packed performance by fish-out-of-water rapper Nova Rockefeller, whose set combined the artist’s flair for raw rhymes, melodic rock-driven raucous, and laugh-out-loud wackiness. Defying easy categorization, Nova got people jumping, fists occasionally pumping, and left the crowd eager for more.
Fire In the Hamptons tuned up and had us all thoroughly tuned in, blazing an electro-pop path to mid-week euphoria.
Last but certainly not least, Cameroonian-born artist Andy Allo stepped up like a beautiful pop-funk vision of the future, taking us on a musical journey punctuated by an ultra soulful rendition of Springsteen’s “Dancing In The Dark.”
We want to thank everyone for such a successful night, to everyone who came out and partied with us at #TuneCoreLive tonight, you rock!
Thank you to the amazing artists who performed – Fire In The Hamptons, Nova Rockafeller and Andy Allo – to our incredible sponsors TuneCore, Swisher Sweets, Swinghouse and Dropkloud, and last but not least, Bardot-Hollywood.
Want to see more? Watch FITH jam out in the video below and check out all the event photos here!
Is it just us, or did March absolutely flash before our eyes? The good news is, at the end of ANY month in 2015, you’ve been able to rely on another TuneCore Live #SwisherArtistProject event – you’re welcome.
Last month was a tremendous success, with three performers who brought the country-folk vibe to the stage. This Wednesday, April 29, we’re stepping it up in the dance and funk department, where you can expect high-energy performances by artists Andy Allo, Fire In The Hamptons and Nova Rockafeller.
With help from our awesome sponsors, Tunecore, Mirrored Media, DropKloud and Swinghouse, we’re looking forward to another packed house!
It’s hard to believe that we’ve now held four awesome, packed-to-the-hilt TuneCore Live events – but you better believe it! While performers from the January/February shows at Bardot and our TuneCore Live Austin SXSW party have ranged in genre from synth-pop and electro-indie to hip hop and straight ahead rock, our most recent bill featured artists who geared towards the singer/songwriter scene, with hints of Americana, folk and country sprinkled in.
As always, a big thank you is in order to our sponsors TuneCore, Swisher Sweets, Swinghouse, Dropkloud and Bardot-Hollywood, and to the amazing artists who performed – Sam Outlaw, George Byrne, and Alexander Cardinale.
Kicking off the night’s festivities was Sam Outlaw, who brought a spectacular full band to give the audience the full experience of his ‘SoCal Country’-sound. We enjoyed songs from last year’s self-titled EP as well as teasers from his upcoming release, Angeleno.
Up next was the talented George Byrne and his band. Through his songs, Byrne shared his journey of packing up his things in his hometown of Sydney, Australia and heading an ocean away to Los Angeles.
Capping off our night was an energetic performance from Alexander Cardinale. With the crowd Cardinale shared his brand of sentimental, carefree, folk-tinged pop that delighted all in attendance.
To make things even cooler, we had Taylor and Griffin Goldsmith of DAWES bringing their tastes to the DJ booth for all to enjoy between sets!
We’re psyched to announce that next TuneCore Live show will feature a wide range of musical style from artists Sam Outlaw, George Byrne and Alexander Cardinale, as well as a DJ set by Taylor and Griffin Goldsmith of Dawes with Kevin Hayes. You do not want to miss this epic event. Check out more tunecore.com/live for more info and sample sounds from each act below: