22 Reasons to Check Out the VA International Tattoo

Written by Penny Neef on .

I am from the Motor City. I may have mentioned that in previous postings. I thought a tattoo was some ink that hurt. Never heard of a musical/military tattoo until I arrived in Hampton Roads two years ago. I finally got a chance to go. You should go too.

Cloud Nothings: Playing Here at LAVA Music Festival

Written by Jacki Paolella on .

Playing LAVA Fest this year has opened a lot of doors for Wyteshayds, one of them being that we got to interview and say our piece about some of the fantastic bands on the lineup this years. We were all particularly stoked about Cloud Nothings.

Band on Band: Wyteshayds Talks to Kishi Bashi

Written by Jacki Paolella on .

I first heard about Kishi Bashi through Todd Webb while working on a Seamonster release in 2012. I'm a huge Of Montreal fan, so hearing that a member of OM had just recently moved back to Norfolk was exciting to say the least. 

First Person: with Hampton Roads Philharmonic at Fort Monroe

Written by Crystal Graves on .

Fort Monroe in the early evening is a downright bucolic scene. There might be a soccer game going on, people will be fishing off the bridges and walking their dogs, and if it’s a Tuesday night, you might hear the sounds of a symphony orchestra coming from inside the moat--that would be the Hampton Roads Philharmonic.

This Weekend: The Colley Avenue Music And Arts Festival

Written by Karla Espino on .

Living in Norfolk there is no doubt that there are plenty of musically and artistically inclined individuals, and that’s what I love about it. There is a sense of community between different creatives, and every weekend you know there will be live music somewhere in the city.