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Orchestral, Occult-Driven Hvile I Kaos Reinvent Black Metal

May 11, 2018

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By Rachael Mattice For LA Weekly See Original Post HERE Not long before midnight on a recent Saturday evening at the Blacklight District Lounge in Long Beach, a string-based quintet tuned their instruments behind the lingering smoke of incense and a ritualistic evocation triangle. The audience, silently waiting in curious anticipation for the group’s set […]

Gallery: 2018 Decibel Magazine Tour featuring Enslaved @ The Observatory – 03/10/2018

April 14, 2018

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By Rachael Mattice For SoCal Music Today See Original Post HERE Southern California metal fans packed The Observatory in Santa Ana on Saturday March 10 for the final stop of Decibel Magazine’s 2018 North American Tour featuring Norway’s Enslaved, Washington’s Wolves in the Throne Room, Denmark’s Myrkur and Colorado’s Khemmis. The steady rain and cool […]

Magazine: Best of San Juan Capistrano People’s Choice Horseshoe Awards

April 14, 2018

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By Rachael Mattice For Picket Fence Media See Original Link HERE See Best of San Juan Capistrano People’s Choice Horseshoe Awards PDF

Magazine: Best of San Clemente People’s Choice Ole Awards

April 14, 2018

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By Rachael Mattice For Picket Fence Media See Original Link HERE See Best of San Clemente People’s Choice Ole Awards PDF

Gallery: Gojira, Pallbearer, Oni at House of Blues in Anaheim on 08/05/2017

August 10, 2017

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By Rachael Mattice For SoCalMusicToday See Original Post Here Behemoth, Slayer and Lamb of God may have sold out an arena show just a few miles north in Los Angeles, but Gojira’s headliner, in-between-tour stops, performance packed the House of Blues in Anaheim on Saturday August 5 with their own raging metalhead diehards. “I know […]

Jose Mangin Squeezes His Love for Metal Into Orange County

August 7, 2017

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By Rachael Mattice Cover story for OC Weekly See original article HERE More than a shredding guitar player, thundering drummer or even a guttural vocalist, Jose Mangin knows how to ensure the local metal community gets heard. On a recent Wednesday night at the Observatory in Santa Ana, the sounds of Satan echo from the […]

On Stage at the Coach House: JD Souther Brings California Country Rock

July 27, 2017

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By Rachael Mattice For Picket Fence Media Country rock songwriter and pioneer JD Souther prefers to perform in intimate venues like the Coach House in San Juan Capistrano where he can capture an audience’s undivided attention free of typical distractions and transport the concert goer to a time when his music was personal to them. “As a […]

Dana Point’s local musician-turned-celeb Andrew McMahon to perform free concert at Salt Creek Beach

July 15, 2017

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By Rachael Mattice For Picket Fence Media Concert tickets can wreak havoc on entertainment budgets rather quickly, especially the cost to see high caliber musicians and bands. Andrew McMahon and the Wilderness, Dana Point’s local indie-pop musician-turned-star, has made it possible for locals to enjoy a large production-quality show for the entire family free of cost. […]

Notes by Genre: 2017 Summer Concerts

July 14, 2017

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By Rachael Mattice The average music lover will be satisfied with most live sets regardless of who is performing or their set list. However, music enthusiasts are much pickier and prefer specific styles rather than the house residency group. Here is a list of a few prominent South Orange County concerts taking place this summer, […]

Woodie Cars to Make Appearance at Ocean Festival for 25th Year

July 13, 2017

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By Rachael Mattice San Clemente Times See original post here Ocean Festival attendees will need to ready their favorite car-song-centric cassettes, CDs or playlists with favorites like the Eagles’ “Ol’ 55,” Wilson Pickett’s “Mustang Sally,” War’s “Low Rider” and the Beach Boys’ “Surf City” for the 25th anniversary of the Woodie Car Show on the […]