The Cadillac Three
Oct 18 @ 8:00 pm

‘This is where I was born and this is where I’ll die.’

With that passionate battle cry, the centerpiece lyric of their anthem ‘The South,’ The Cadillac Three have launched a movement in country music, forging a bond with fans both in the U.S. and overseas in a way not seen since Garth Brooks. Born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee, the trio of singer-guitarist Jaren Johnston, lap-steel player Kelby Ray and drummer Neil Mason are brothers in ‘hell yeah!’ spirit and in music. They are effortlessly cool, as real as they come and arguably the most vital addition to the country-music landscape this decade.

The proof lies in both their hard-rocking live shows and their blistering new album Bury Me in My Boots, their first recorded for Big Machine Records. Onstage, the group possesses a sonic power that other touring bands couldn’t match with double the players. Johnston sings and shreds with a room-filling ‘kiss my ass’ attitude, Ray delivers slippery riffs and a phantom bass line on his steel, and Mason pulverizes the kit with the force of Zeppelin’s John Bonham. Remarkably, they’ve harnessed that same crackling energy on Bury Me in My Boots, a collection of 14 songs that were hatched the old-fashioned way: written on the road and tested live in front of an audience. 

‘Our show is based around who we are and where we’re from,’ says Mason, ‘and that song really encompasses that.’

Oct 19 @ 8:00 pm

Never over-confident, COIN’s contagious exuberance braces every track.  Their acclaimed self-titled debut album was released in the summer of 2015, produced by Grammy nominated producer Jay Joyce (Cage The Elephant, Sleeper Agent), establishing them as a unique band that was here to stay.  SPIN described them as ’Dream-pop joy…’  and the overwhelming reaction to their summer 2016 hit “Talk Too Much,” (which Chase describes as a song about his “inability to leave things unsaid,”)  perfectly teed up the new album, How Will You Know If You Never Try, and subsequent album teasers “I Don’t Wanna Dance,” “Malibu 1992,” and “Feeling.”

They’ve toured non-stop with acts such as Walk The Moon, Passion Pit, Young the Giant, Neon Trees and others, perfecting their sound and their charismatic live appeal.  Billboard hailed them as ‘new wave crash-course survivors,’ destined ‘to break the Nashville mold.’  SPIN, NYLON and Stereogum praised them as up-and-comers to watch, as their 2015 breakthrough hit “Run” became a heavy rotation pillar on Sirius XM radio’s Alt nation.  Snapchat included them in their ‘Best Of The Year’ artists’ list and The Atlantic cited them as one of their 21 bands to check out.  The group also became Festival favorites. 

SOJA, Collie Buddz, Xiuhtezcatl
Oct 19 @ 8:00 pm

Nearly two decades ago, SOJA began as high school friends in a D.C. area basement teaching each other to be musicians and play roots reggae music. Today, the 2x GRAMMY-nominated eight-piece band, with over 7 million online followers and over 300 million Youtube views, headlines concerts all over the world for their massive dedicated fanbase. Even with their continued success, SOJA always wants to remember their time together in that basement inspired by each other’s contributions and ideas. The feeling of true magic, collaboration and brotherhood that started it all is still evident today in their music and each night at their live concerts. For their latest studio album, Poetry In Motion (Oct 27 2017), it was essential for SOJA to consciously go back to the beginning and recapture that same sincere, collaborative magic sparked 20 years ago.

Blues Traveler
Oct 20 @ 8:00 pm

Formed in 1987 by singer/harmonica player John Popper, guitarist Chan Kinchla, bassist Bobby Sheehan, and drummer Brendan Hill, Blues Traveler began as part of a revival of the extended jamming style of ’60s and ’70s groups like the Grateful Dead and Led Zeppelin. Bassist Tad Kinchla and keyboardist Ben Wilson joined the band after the unfortunate death of the original bassist Bobby Sheehan in 1999. The group’s first chart hit, “Run-Around,” became one of the biggest singles in 1995 and by May 2001, the new millennium saw a newly charged Blues Traveler as they released their sixth record Bridge. The band’s music style covers a variety of genres, including blues rock, psychedelic rock, folk rock, soul and Southern rock and are best known among fans for their improvisational live shows.

Lane 8: Little by Little Tour
Oct 20 @ 8:00 pm

His This Never Happened Concept became one of dance music’s word-of-mouth success stories, and now, Lane 8 aka Daniel Goldstein has provided us with his hugely successful second artist album, Little By Little, on his own This Never Happened label. Following on from the Little By Little tour earlier in 2018, Lane 8 is back on the road with a number of additional dates. As always with This Never Happened shows, Lane 8 asks you to leave your phones and cameras alone – and focus on connecting with the music and each other. Experience The Moment. Don’t Record It. This Never Happened.

Lil Xan
Oct 21 @ 8:00 pm

Growing up in Redlands, Calif., the 21-year-old rapper, born Diego Leanos, says his family lived out of motels and was “dirt poor.” But he prized his father’s vinyl collection, which exposed him to all genres of music.

A shy kid who preferred doodling and video games to homework, Xan dropped out of high school when he was a freshman. He knew he would never work a 9-to-5 job — and at 18 he got his first face tattoo of his mother’s name to prove it. He had also developed an addiction to the anti-anxiety drug Xanax — hence the nickname “Lil Xan.”

“The last time I took a Xannie was six months ago, in the ‘Betrayed’ session,” he says of the anti-drug song that launched his career. The woozy track was recorded and mastered in 30 minutes, says Xan: “I never was like, ‘Yeah, this is the fucking one.’” But when the “Betrayed” video was released in August, the clip logged 1 million views in 12 hours, and has since notched almost 90 million.

Lil Xan’s first tour sold out in five hours,and Total Xanarchy, his Columbia Records debut, features guests like Rae Sremmurd’s Swae Lee and Diplo.

Lil Xan – Total Xanarchy
Oct 21 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

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Joywave and Sir Sly
Oct 24 @ 8:00 pm

106.5 The End presents Joywave and Sir Sly.

Joywave is an American indie rock band from Rochester, New York, consisting of members Daniel Armbruster (vocals), Joseph Morinelli (guitar), Jeremiah Crespo (bass), Benjamin Bailey (keyboards), and Paul Brenner (drums). The band first became known for its collaboration with electronic music project Big Data, ‘Dangerous’, which peaked at number one on the Billboard Alternative Songs chart in 2014. After releasing two EPs, their debut album, How Do You Feel Now?, was released on Cultco Music/Hollywood Records in 2015. Their second album, Content, was released on July 28, 2017.

Rüfüs Du Sol — Solace Tour
Oct 24 @ 8:00 pm

Rüfüs Du Sol is an alternative dance group from Sydney, Australia, that consists of Tyrone Lindqvist, Jon George and James Hunt. Their debut album Atlas peaked at number 1 in Australia, while their second album Bloom debuted atop the Australian albums chart in early 2016. Their single You Were Right won the ARIA Award for Best Dance Release in 2015. They have performed in the NSW Bluesfest at Byron Bay in 2013, Byron Bay’s Splendour in the Grass in 2014, Electric Forest Festival at Double JJ Resort in 2016 and 2018, Mountain Sounds Festival 2017 in NSW, and Coachella in 2016 and 2017.

Slander, Spag Heddy & Wavedash
Oct 26 @ 7:00 pm

Slander is an American DJ duo consisting of Derek Andersen and Scott Land based in Los Angeles. They are best known for their unique sound and subgenre ‘heaven trap’.