Quarantine is the perfect moment to take time for yourself and enjoy music in a different way. Staying home can be really fustrating but to enjoy your next shows even more, there’s only one thing to do: chill & Youtube.
Artists, radios, festivals & labels are your best friends during the quarantine. During this free time watching shows can really make you discover new artists or make you pay more attention to the lyrics and details of the songs that you love. So take a seat and for once, just enjoy the show and do nothing else. Enjoy the music and what it makes you feel. Take the time to appreciate every little details, to educate your ears and simply, be happy.
So, we decided to share some of our favorite shows available online with you (old gigs & new ones created during the quarantine).
You’ll find here: Yungblud, Foo Fighters, Sum 41, Liam Gallagher, My Chemical Romance, Frank Iero And The Patience, Fightstar, Citizen, Bring Me The Horizon, The 1975, Blink-182, Greta Van Fleet, Simple Plan, Hands Like Houses, Falling In Reverse, The Maine, Parkway Drive and All Time Low.
THE YUNGBLUD SHOW LIVE (with MGK, Bella Thorne, and Oliver Tree)
Foo Fighters. Wasting Light Live from 606
SUM 41 – Live In The K! Pit
MTV Unplugged: Liam Gallagher
My Chemical Romance – The Black Parade Is Dead! (Mexico + New Jersey)
FRANK IERO & THE PATIENCE, Live In London
Fightstar – Acoustic session
Citizen – Audiotree Live
Bring Me the Horizon – Reading Festival 2015
The 1975 – Full Live Show – (Vevo Presents: Live at The O2, London)
Blink-182 – Live at Shoreline Amphitheatre 
Greta Van Fleet – Lover, Leaver (Taker, Believer)
Simple Plan – Full Set (Live Vans Warped Tour 2019)
Hands Like Houses – Live In Ya Lounge
Falling In Reverse – Full Set (Live Vans Warped Tour 2016)
The Maine – Full Set (Live Vans Warped Tour 2018)
Parkway Drive live – Rockpalast 2019
All Time Low – Lost In Stereo (Live From Straight To DVD)
Full stream, click on the video
Still starving ? We have more for you…
Watching shows/ documentaries/ musical movies, reading biographies, will never turn you into an useless expert but it can change your perception of music in an emotional way. Music lovers don’t « listen » to music. They feel it. To feel it deeply, be moved by a song, indentify yourself to the lyrics and everything, concider your ears as your heart;
Your ears need some training: like painting, drawing, doing a sport, practicing isn’t an obligation but to really enjoy it fully, it’s always better to learn some stuff. You’ll enjoy the listening process even more after that.
Your ears are emotional. Did you ever fall in love and have your heart broken? Did you learn from your mistakes? Moreover, when you meet someone and fall in love, you wanna know more about his/her taste, story and all his/her background, right? With music it’s the same: the more you know, the more you feel & fall in love. At least, this is our vision of music.
Watching shows, reading things about your fave bands, listening to songs of other bands they like, watching inspirational movies, learning to play your fave songs…There are so many ways to pay tribute to music in your own way and make music smart, for you and the kids of tomorrow. That’s why we’re also sharing with you a few of our favorite biographies and musical movies/ documentaries. Stay home & have fun!
Our fave biographies
– Life, Keith Ridchards
– Journals, Kurt Cobain
– The True Lives Of My Chemical Romance, Tom Bryant
– Jimi Hendrix, Franck Médioni (French)
– I’m With The Band, Pamela Des Barres
– The Dirt, Mötley Crüe
– Bohemian Rhapsody: The Definitive Biography, Lesley-Ann Jones
– Bowie, Paolo Hewitt
Our fave movies/ documentaries about music
– Bohemian Rhapsody
– Almost Famous
– Sing Street
– I’m Not There
– School of Rock
– Wayne’s world
– Killing Bono
– George Harrison: Living in the Material World
– How the beatles changed the world
– Montage of Heck