2012 has been a great year for Live High Five! In just a short 6 months, we have been able to interview/review/preview a bevy of aspiring, rising, and legendary artists who have made it their mission to entertain you through music. Given the rapidly changing musical marketplace, we need to show the artists we love and respect our utmost appreciation for the hard work and dedication they put into their craft.
Please make it a point to support the creators by going to their performances when they come near you, and buy merchandise directly from the artists at their shows. Be respectful of one another, use music as a motivating force to make our world a better place, and most importantly, HAVE FUN! This is why artists and fans interact in the first place.
– Greg Allis
Interview with Tim Palmieri from KUNG FU; Playing Ct. this weekend, Co. in Jan., and AURA Music Fest! @kungfu @breakscience @blpfam
New Haven, Connecticut’s Kung Fu is bent on one thing: Sonically roundhouse kicking the bejesus out of fusion fans the world over! Though a fairly young band, Kung Fu boasts some of the most respected players to come from the jam/rock/jazz scene in our generation, including members of The Breakfast and RAQ.
We spoke with DJ MUGGS just a few days ago and will be posting up his interview shortly. Until then, check out this FREE download of “Sound Boy Killa” and get a taste of what this legend has been doing between shows. It’s pretty sick!
The Daily Swarm has reported that Lostprophets lead singer Ian Watkins is currently in jail after sexually abusing a 1 year old girl, and others, with the help of 2 female accomplices. Words cannot begin to express my contempt and disgust.
Read about it HERE.
Just announced today, DEFTONES will be embarking on a month long tour, starting in Rochester, NY on March 4th! Touring off their latest (incredible!) release, Koi No Yokan, these will be a great batch of shows. Don’t miss out!
For dates and ticket info, see below.