Last night Bay Area rapper G-Eazy made his second Chicago stop for his From The Bay To The Universe tour at the sold-out Concord Music Hall. G-Eazy performed a number of tracks from his latest These Things Happen album, as well as a selection from his earlier projects. Also to show his love for the city, G-Eazy brought out Chicago’s own Chance the Rapper, Rockie Fresh and Vic Mensa to help rock the sold-out crowd. Check out our photos below, as The Early Registration was there to catch some of the best moments from last night.
Last night singer Jhene Aiko performed at Chicago’s legendary House of Blues, accompanied by Odd Future‘s The Internet and TDE‘s SZA as part of her Enter The Void Tour. Jhene performed a beautiful set for the sold-out crowd, closed by her Sail Out single ‘The Worst’. Coming off a recent Grammy nomination for her debut album Souled Out, Jhene is definitely having one of the best years in R&B. Check out our photos below!
Last night BANKS performed the headlining set for FM 102.1‘s Big Snow Show 9 concert at The Rave in Milwaukee. BANKS performed a number of tracks during her first ever show in Milwaukee, including her hit single ‘Begging for Thread’ and her Goddess track ‘Brains’ (one of our Top 30 Tracks of the Year). Check out our photos below!
Last night, legendary alternative rock band Wilco performed the second night of their 6-night stand at The Riviera in Chicago, IL. Celebrating their 20-year anniversary, Wilco is in the middle of their tour, performing a week’s length of shows in Chicago until the 12th. With different openers and different setlists each night, last night American folk singer Sam Amidon took stage for the sold-out crowd to set the mood for Wilco’s 30-song setlist (complemented with two encores).
Although the remainder of Wilco’s U.S. tour is sold-out, check out Sam Amidon tonight at The Hideout, download his new album Lily-O and enjoy our photos of Wilco and Sam Amidon’s performance below.
Last night, Chaz Bundick (Toro y Moi) performed a energy filled DJ set to a sold out Chicago crowd at Smart Bar through his electronic dance moniker, Les Sins. Chaz performed a number of tracks from his new Les Sins album Michael, including its lead single ‘Bother’, as well as a number of mixes, from Justin Timberlake to Ciara. Check out our photos below and purchase Michael now on iTunes.
Last night, Vic Mensa performed to a sold out and hometown crowd at The Metro in Chicago, IL. Vic gave fans a great mix of new music, tracks from his INNANETAPE mixtape and his ‘Down On My Luck’ and ‘Feel That’ singles. The show was kicked off by opening performances from Leather Corduroys and Towkio Shawn and DJ sets by Va$htie, Stefan Ponce (Childish Gambino, Vic Mensa) and DJ Oreo (Chance the Rapper). If that wasn’t enough, Chicago’s own and longtime friend of Vic, Chance the Rapper made a guest performance to perform a new song with Vic.
Last night Run The Jewels (El-P and Killer Mike) played an amazing set for a packed crowd at the Saint Andrews Hall in Detroit. Rockwell Knuckles, Detroit Che, Dope Head, and ZelooperZ all opened and even Detroit’s own, Danny Brown, made an appearance. We sent one of our photographers, Andrew Baker, there to capture every moment.
Last night we went to Watsky’s All You Can Do Tour featuring Kyle and Anderson Paak. Performing for a sold out crowd at The Metro in Chicago, fans were treated to three great energy filled sets. Before the show we spoke with Kyle (‘Keep It Real’ ‘Don’t Want To Fall In Love‘) as he met his Chicago fans, telling us about he was humbled by Childish Gambino reaching out and including Kyle’s track ‘Fruit Snacks’ in Gambino’s short film, Clapping For The Wrong Reasons. Next, before he stepped on stage, we sat down with Watsky for an interview about his thoughts on the price of music, his video for ‘Whoa Whoa Whoa‘, and even Lil B the Based God (coming soon).
Last night, singer-songwriter Tahliah Debrett Barnett (better known by “FKA Twigs”) performed for a sold out crowd at The Metro in Chicago, IL. On tour in promotion of her debut and highly acclaimed album LP1, FKA Twigs gave fans a stunning and brilliant 13-song set. The show was kicked off by an opening performance from producer-singer Boots (the man highly responsible for Beyonce’s latest self-titled album) and ended with a promise from FKA to come back to Chicago soon. If you slept on your opportunity to see her last night, or if she is coming to a city near you, be sure to see why she is already selling out venues throughout the world.
Last night indie rock band alt-J played an amazing 16-song set for a packed crowd at The Fillmore Detroit with singer-songwriter Mikky Ekko opening. We sent one of our photographers, Andrew Baker, there to capture every moment.