55 Best Los Angeles Concerts This October featuring Miike Snow, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Beach Goth Festival And More

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Allison Weiss

Rocktober is here and Los Angeles music fanatics can certainly raise a glass in cheers to that because this month is chock full of must-see live concerts. Rocktober boasts wickedly good double headers such as Young The Giant and Ra Ra Riot at the Greek Theatre, Black Rebel Motorcyle Club and Death From Above 1979 at the Wiltern, as well as Miike Snow and Charles Bradley & His Extraordinnaires at Shrine Expo Hall. The number of diverse, dance-fueled shows is also staggering — shake what your momma gave you to everything from the electronic techno punk bangers of Boys Noize at The Mayan to the psychedelic cumbia party anthems of Bomba Estéreo at El Rey Theatre. If you’re yearning for the festival vibes of the Summer you can catch Beach Goth featuring The Growlers, Bon Iver, Grimes, Tricky, Die Antwoord and more at Oak Canyon Ranch and The Observatory as well as the laugh out loud comedy and music jam Festival Supreme: The Final Frontier at Shrine Expo Hall. If you want to feast on more than just Halloween candy all month long, just satisfy your musical sweet tooth with more top notch concert picks this October. Read on!

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October 1 — Allison Weiss at The Roxy
Singer-songwriter/guitarist Allison Weiss knows how to give you all the feels with her special brand of charming indie pop. She left quite an impression on us when we saw her perform songs from her latest album New Love at the inaugural GirlSchool event earlier this year. We’re excited to welcome her back to the stage at her upcoming headlining show at The Roxy, a must-see stop on her Crying At The Party Tour. Supporting acts are Josiah and the Bonnevilles and Psychic Love.
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October 1 — Echo and the Bunnymen at The Theatre at Ace Hotel
Post-punk, new wave legends Echo and the Bunnymen, led by original members Ian McCulloch and Will Sergeant, will transport you to their classic late ’70s/’80s hey day with epic tunes such as “The Cutter,” “The Killing Moon,” and “Silver,” just to name a few. Don’t miss your chance to hear music history live!
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October 2 — Conor Oberst at The Glass House
We’ve seen acoustic singer-songwriter Conor Oberst (Bright Eyes, Desaparecidos) give a rousing, politically driven yet also heart-warming performance before and are thrilled that he’s back to grace The Glass House stage this month. Expect to hear raw and touching new songs from his forthcoming album Ruminations which is scheduled for an October 14th release via Nonesuch Records. Pearl Charles supports.
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October 2 — Phantogram at The Observatory
Stellar electro dance-pop duo Phantogram always know how to get a crowd moving and their first single, “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore,” from their aptly titled third album Three, certainly had us shaking it. If you want to get down and dirty on the dance floor do no miss their upcoming show at The Observatory. Opening act is The Range.
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October 3 — Chvrches at Hollywood Forever Cemetery
Last time we caught Glasgow indie pop stars Chvrches live they were radiating pure tempestuous energy and shuddering synth movements. The band returns to Los Angeles for an intimate show at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery — a perfect setting for their earth-shattering performance of songs such as new single, “Warning Call,” and fan favorites off of 2015’s Every Open Eye. Best Coast supports.
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Okkervil River

October 4 — Okkervil River at Teragram Ballroom
Indie folk rock outfit Okkervil River are back and ready to rumble with freshly orchestrated tunes from their Fall release, Away, out now via ATO Records. Peep the trippy videos for singles such as “The Industry” and “Okkervil River RIP” then hear them live. Melodic pop rockers Landlady open.
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October 5 — Boys Noize at The Mayan
If you’re ready to rage and dance your ass off until the break of dawn then Boys Noize at The Mayan is the show for you. Techno punk upstart Boys Noize aka German electronic producer/DJ Alexander Ridha will keep the bass bouncing all night long for all you Los Angeles party kids. His latest adrenaline fueled hits from new album May Day draw from a well of styles such as rap, metal and indie rock that will have your fists pumpin’ and your body movin’ in no time.
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October 5 — The Lumineers at Hollywood Bowl
The Lumineers found wild pop radio success with their self-titled debut album that featured the massive hit “Ho Hey,” but the Americana folk rockers are continuing to rock n’ roll with their new album Cleopatra, proving themselves to be more than just a one-hit wonder. Enjoy their latest singles such as “Ophelia” and “Angela” in the gorgeous outdoor setting of the Hollywood Bowl. Rayland Baxter and B∅rns welcome the audience with opening sets.
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October 6 — Bomba Estéreo at El Rey Theatre
Columbian electro-psych cumbia purveyors Bomba Estéreo are always bringing it with their vibrant beats and catchy hooks. Their badass new single “Soy Yo” reminds us that you should always do you and love yourself, quirks and all! Get down to their bright, vivacious sound live at their upcoming headlinig performance at the El Rey Theatre.
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Miike Snow

October 6 — Miike Snow with Charles Bradley at Shrine Expo Hall
While the co-headlining combo of electro dance pop trio Miike Snow and soulful crooner Charles Bradley might seem a tad odd at first, we’re immensely pleased to see these top notch performers joining forces for what will no doubt be an amazing night of music and perhaps one full of surprises. Trick or treat? This show will be the ultimate musical treat of course!
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October 7 — Peaches at Wiltern
Hot damn electro-pop queen Peaches is back in Los Angeles and ready to knock our socks (and perhaps panties!) off once again. Her feisty and adventurous new album Rub commands your attention and demands that you dance, dance, dance. Prepare to be energized and charged up by new songs such as “Light in Places” and “Sick In The Head.” Christeene supports.
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October 7 — Grouplove at Hollywood Palladium
Roaring indie rockers Grouplove always give their fans 110% during their live performances as we’ve been lucky to witness. Now the band is embarking on a Fall tour in support of their new album Big Mess, which just dropped this September via Canvasback Music/Atlantic Records. Hear invigorating new tunes such as “Welcome To Your Life” live! Muna opens.
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October 7 — The Head and The Heart at Greek Theatre
Seattle folk pop outfit The Head and The Heart are ready to make Los Angeles fans swoon with lush tunes such as “All We Ever Knew” from their third album Signs of Light. Kick back and relax in the great outdoors at The Greek Theatre for this must-see performance. Supporting act is The Tallest Man on Earth.
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October 8 — Sia at Hollywood Bowl
If you missed magical songstress Sia’s captivating Coachella performance earlier this year, don’t fret, you can re-live the magic live at her upcoming Hollywood Bowl show, a highly anticiapted stop on her Nostalgic For The Present Tour. This is her first tour in five years so grab tickets now because it’s going to pop off! Special guests Miguel and AlunaGeorge get the party started.
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St. Vincent

October 9 — David Lynch’s Festival of Disruption
Beloved film director extraordinaire David Lynch has curated his very own music and arts festival, dubbed Festival of Disruption and it’s going to be an absolutely transformative, mind-blowing event, much like his film work. The lineup includes Robert Plant & the Sensational Space Shifters, St. Vincent, Questlove, Kyle MacLachlan & Laura Dern, Mel Brooks, Rhye, Jon Hopkins, Frank Gehry, Debbie Harry & Chris Stein, Chris Milk, Ryan Heffington and Music from Twin Peaks by Angelo Badalamenti, Sky Ferreira & Xiu Xiu. Bonus, proceeds will benefit the David Lynch Foundation which supports at-risk populations such as veterans with PTSD and victims of domestic abuse. Do good, get weird, and live to tell the tale of this one-of-a-kind experience!
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October 11 — St Lucia at Wiltern
South African synthpop gurus St. Lucia brought some serious energy and enthusiasm to their recent SXSW performance and we think Los Angeles fans will be beyond thrilled to see them kick out the new jams such as “Physical” and “Dancing on Glass” at their upcoming Wiltern show. Baio supports.
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October 12 — Neil Young at Fox Theater
If you can’t catch folk-rock icon Neil Young (Buffalo Springfield, Crosby, Stills Nash & Young) at the upcoming Desert Trips festival don’t worry, you can get up close and personal with him at his upcoming Fox Theater Pomona show. The famed rock n’ roll singer-songwriter and activist’s new album Earth is a collection of 13 songs about the nature of life and being on our home planet, and it includes the engaging new track and video for “Indian Givers,” in protest of the Dakota Access Pipeline. Promise of the Real support.
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October 13 — Warpaint at Fonda Theatre
Los Angeles art-rock meets dream-pop heroes Warpaint are constantly serving up sweet, musical cravings, most recently with their brand new third record Heads Up out now via Rough Trade Records. Hear matured nuances and high energy tunes such as “New Song” and “White Out.” Facial & Goldensuns support.
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Temples

October 13 — Temples at Teragram Ballroom
Youthful Brit group Temples draw from an array of retro sounds, spanning from psychedelic rock to Motown to glam,which makes for a wildly fun kaleidoscope of sounds. The band has been working on new material and have just released new single “Certainty” and we’re excited to hear whatever else may be on the horizon. Los Angeles psychedelic rock group Triptides open.
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October 14 — How To Dress Well at Regent Theater
Singer-songwriter How To Dress Well (aka Tom Krell) is going full blown pop/R&B on his fourth and latest album Care, a bit of a departure from his more ambient early works. Swoon to Krell’s sexy falsetto and grandiose new compositions such as “Lost Youth / Lost You,” “Anxious,” and “Burning Up.” Supporting acts are Ex Reyes and Lydia Ainsworth.
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October 14 — Fitz and the Tantrums at Greek Theatre
We’ve been fans of neo-soul pop sextet Fitz and the Tantrums since 2010 and have been thrilled to watch them go from playing small intimate venues such as The Satellite to large amphitheaters such as the Greek Theatre. Their Come Get Your Love Fall Tour is coming to town so get ready to sing-a-long and dance in your seats. Special guests X Ambassadors and Tyler Glenn get the show rolling.
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October 14 — Julie Ruin at The Roxy
Calling all punk rockers, feminists, riot grrrls and music lovers! The Julie Ruin, led by feminist icon Kathleen Hanna (Bikini Kill, Le Tigre), are ready to storm The Roxy stage with their impactful, empowering messages and boisterous dance/art-rock jams off their second album Hit Reset, available now via Hardly Art. NYC feminist punk band Penis open.
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October 14 — Honne at Fonda Theatre
English duo Honne, comprised of singer Andy and multi-instrumentalist James, have been climbing the electronic charts with steady, soul-infused hits such as “Someone That Loves You,” off their debut album Warm On A Cold Night. Don’t miss your chance to warm up the Fonda Theatre dance floor when they stop by Los Angeles on their current world tour.
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Helado Negro

October 14 — Helado Negro at Multiply
Experimental Latin artist Helado Negro aka Roberto Carlos Lange is a unique voice in today’s musical ocean. Hear the latest tunes, such as “Young, Latin & Proud,” from his new album Private Energy, which he originally debuted live opening up for Sufjan Stevens’ national theater tour last year. Explore this exotic musical extravaganza live at Multiply this month.
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October 14 — Clutch at The Novo
Maryland hard rockers Clutch have been relentlessly touring for ages, opening for the likes of metal/rock giants such as Motörhead and Lamb of God, as well as packing venues on their own for audiences who crave all things loud and badass. Hear the latest crafty, ear-ringing jams from their eleventh studio album Psychic Warfare. Zakk Sabbath and Kyng support.
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October 14-16 — Das Bunker 20th Anniversary at Union (formerly Jewels Catch One)
One of the longest running industrial/goth/EBM club nights Das Bunker is celebrating their 20th Anniversary this October with a knockout show at Union night club. The badass lineup includes performances by VNV Nation, Apoptygma Berzerk, Aesthetic Perfection, Covenant, Legendary Pink Dots, Assemblage 23 and more. Dance those demons away!
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October 15 — Gwen Stefani at The Forum
There’s no slowing down or stopping for singer/performer Gwen Stefani. From impeccable, high energy performances fronting No Doubt to rocking her current tour in support of her solo album This Is What The Truth Feels Like, Stefani remains flawless. Get down to new songs such as “Misery,” “Make Me Like You,” and more live at The Forum. Rapper Eve supports.
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October 15 — Christine and the Queens at Ace Hotel
The Theatre at Ace Hotel will be hosting French alt-electronic outfit Christine and the Queens, led by Héloïse Letissier, for a memorable night of perfected pop songs such as “Tilted” and “Saint Claude” off their debut self-titled album. Local future funk hero and Stones Throw Records recording artist Dam-Funk opens. Groove on Los Angeles!
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Glass Animals

October 15 — Glass Animals at Greek Theatre
English indie synth-pop rockers Glass Animals are proud to present the blissful and bittersweet new album How To Be a Human Being, a reflective concept album that evolved after an aggressive few years of touring. Hear delicious new tunes such as “Life Itself,” and “Season 2 Episode 3,” live! Sam Gellaitry supports.
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October 17 — Mura Masa at Fonda Theatre
Young gun British electronic music producer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Mura Masa aka Alex Crossan, began making music in his mid-teens, and when his 2014 Soundcloud mixtape Soundtrack to a Death made the rounds, his music career suddenly snowballed. From having his own record label Anchor Point Records to releasing chart-topping singles on Spotify, to being broadcast on BBC Radio 1, he’s doing it all. Be sure to catch him live and hear what he’s all about.
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October 17 — Temper Trap at The Observatory
When we caught Australian alt-rock group Temper Trap live earlier this year they gave Los Angeles concert-goers a tasty dose of moody pop-rock. We’re expecting another hot, delicious serving of songs from their new record Thick as Thieves, when they headline The Observatory this October.
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October 19 — Quantic at El Rey Theatre
Quantic aka Will Holland is constantly churning out sickly smooth, groove-fueled sounds and this time he’s touring in support of the third musical installment of his Dub/Reggae/Roots centric ‘Flowering Inferno’ series titled 1000 Watts. Expect a high energy, electrifying performance to boot with support from Jimetta Rose and The Great Unknown as well as KUCKA.
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October 20 — Lauryn Hill at Greek Theatre
The immensely, multi-talented Ms. Lauryn Hill will be bringing The MLH Caravan: A Diaspora Calling! concert series to the gorgeous Greek Theatre for a unique evening of music under the stars. The series touches upon themes of unity and celebration of cultural and artistic beauty throughout the African diaspora. Throughout the tour Hill will be joined by a variety of special guests, tba for the LA date, but could include the likes of Nas, Soul Rebels Sound System, Talib Kweli, etc.
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The Faint

October 20 — The Faint at The Mayan
Dance punk maestros The Faint just released a few new songs such as “Young & Realistic,” “Skylab1979,” and “ESP” alongside previous hits on CAPSULE:1999-2016, a two LP retrospective out now via Saddle Creek. Prepare for a dark, sexy dance floor takeover at The Mayan downtown where they’ll be teaming up with post-punk masters Gang of Four and opening act Pictureplane.
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October 20 — Tricky at El Rey Theatre
English trip hop pioneer Tricky has been challenging our ears with dark, diverse and multi-layered soundscapes since the mid-90s and is well known for being a prominent, early collaborator of famed trip hop group Massive Attack. On his current tour he’s presenting Skilled Mechanics, in support of his 2016 collaborative record with DJ Milo and Luke Harris, as well as other special guests such as rapper Ivy. Be sure to arrive early and catch the raw sonic heaven of supporting act Rituals of Mine (fka Sister Crayon).
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October 20 — James Blake at Hollywood Palladium
Grammy nominated British singer-songwriter/producer James Blake zig-zags across genres from R&B to electronic pop to soul — you name it, all with his own specialty spin on his ever-evolving sound. Don’t miss out on his current tour in support of his third studio album The Colour in Anything, the much anticipated follow up to 2013’s Overgrown. Joining him on stage is Grimy Goods favorite and breakout rapper Vince Staples, who was recently featured on Blake’s remix of “Timeless.”
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October 21 — Garbage at Hollywood Forever
Alternative rockers Garbage, led by ravishing vocalist Shirley Manson, made a name for themselves in the ’90s with hits such as “I’m Only Happy When It Rains” and “Stupid Girl.” The band continues to take a creative plunge into dark, industrial noise meets catchy pop depths, and the results always come out fantastic, such as with their stunning and cinematic sixth studio album Strange Little Birds. Opening act Cigarettes After Sex get the show rolling.
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Ra Ra Riot

October 21 — Young The Giant and Ra Ra Riot at Greek Theatre
Los Angeles concert-goers it’s time to geek out over this heavenly, indie rock double-header — yes, Young The Giant and Ra Ra Riot are taking over the Greek Theatre. Expect to hear new tunes that touch upon topics of American and immigrant identity from YTG’s Home Of The Strange and perhaps a few older hits off previous albums Mind Over Matter and their self-titled debut, mixed in. Special guests Ra Ra Riot will no doubt bring a grandiose performance to life with enchanting songs from their new record Need Your Light.
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October 22 — Beach Goth at Oak Canyon Ranch
Holy smokes! The 5th annual Beach Goth festival presented by The Growlers has a drool-worthy lineup this year. The variety of acts includes: Bon Iver, The Growlers, James Blake, Future Islands, Devendra Banhart, Tricky, Albert Hammond Jr., TSOL, Yellowman, Violet Femmes, Gucci Mane, The Pharcyde, Cold Cave, Leftover Crack, 2 Live Crew and more. In addition to live music, the two-day festival also boasts carnival rides, Beach Goth Island with Dub Club DJ’s, the return of Rocky Horror Picture Show and Selena impersonators — what’s not to love?!
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October 22 — R Kelly at Microsoft Theater
R&B superstar R. Kelly is bringing “The Buffet Tour” to L.A., in support of his 13th studio album of the same name which features a musical platter of sounds ranging from pop to r&b to blues and even a hint of country. This show will also feature full blown production including a review of his greatest hits, a live backing band, dancers and surprises only lucky attendees will get to witness!
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October 23 — Bon Iver and Patti Smith at Hollywood Bowl
Wow! What a double header! Indie folk outfit Bon Iver is teaming up with the gracious, Godmother of punk herself Patti Smith for one incredible performance in the great wide open at the Hollywood Bowl. Expect to be shaken to your core by Bon Iver’s sacred collection of new songs off 22, A Million and a span of hits ranging from Smith’s debut album Horses to her newest record Banga. Hiss Golden Messenger opens.
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October 24 — Kishi Bashi at The Belasco Theater
Violinist/singer-songwriter Kishi Bashi’s new album Sonderlust is chock full of joyous melodies for hungry, eager listeners and as Grimy Goods writer Zoe Elaine described it, “This record, however, encompasses all the experiences in this moment that we wish to share with one another- all our desires, insecurities, and of course, our love.” Given that description and Kishi Bashi’s penchant for quite the marvelous live performance we believe his upcoming show at The Belasco will be nothing short of ace. Acoustic melodic charmers Busman’s Holiday support.
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Death From Above 1975

October 25 — Black Rebel Motorcycle Club with Death From Above 1979 at Wiltern
Lo and behold another seriously sick double header! Dark wave rock n’ roll heavy hitters Black Rebel Motorcycle Club are teaming up with dance punk noise duo Death From Above 1979 for a highly coveted performance that will knock your socks off and leave you wanting more. With special guests Deap Vally opening, it simply doesn’t get any better than this.
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October 25 — La Femme at The Regent
Last time we caught French surf-pop conossieurs La Femme live they gave a howling performance that remains deeply ingrained in our musical memories and we couldn’t be more excited to welcome them back to Los Angeles. Expect to hear tantalizing, psychedelic-soaked songs such as the mysterious “Sphynx” from their sophomore album Mystère, the highly anticipated follow up to 2013’s Psycho Tropical Berlin.
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October 25 — Norah Jones at Greek Theatre
Vocalist and pianist Norah Jones made a mark on world-wide audiences with debut hit singles “Don’t Know Why” and “Come Away With Me” but the talented Jones blends jazz, pop, blues, and folk so seamlessly she continues to do so in effortless fashion on her sixth studio album Day Breaks due out Oct. 7th. Be of the first to hear brand new originals and covers of Neil Young, Duke Ellington and Horace Silver songs with Jones’ graceful twist. Opening act is Valerie June.
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October 26 — Nicolas Jarr at Fonda Theatre
Chilean American experimental dance music producer and DJ Nicolas Jarr’s sophomore full-length Sirens was recently released on Sept. 30 via his Other People imprint, much to the pleasure of adoring fans who have been waiting for the follow up since his 2011 debut Space Is Only Noise. Jarr fanatics will get to indulge in the sweet treat that is 42 minutes of pure musical gold.
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The Damned

October 27 — The Damned at Belasco Theater
’70s English punk/goth rock veterans The Damned return to Los Angeles just before Halloween for a unique 40th Anniversary Retrospective performance. Sing your heart out along to all the classics such as “Neat, Neat, Neat,” “New Rose,” “Smash It Up,” and more. Time to pogo until you drop!
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October 28 — M83 at Greek Theatre
When we last saw French alt-electronic group M83, led by musical mastermind Anthony Gonzalez, perform live they blew the crowd away with their sweeping electronica symphonies and extensive encore. Expect another rousing show when they headline The Greek Theatre this month playing songs such as “Solitude” and “Do It, Try It,” off their latest record Junk. Don’t let that album title fool you, this show will be anything but rubbish. Yeasayer and Tennyson support.
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October 28 — Blind Pilot at Teragram Ballroom
Portland, Or indie folk-pop sextet Blind Pilot are touring in support of their new album And Then Like Lions, which explores deeply personal relationships, courage within and mortality via solidly written tunes such as “Packed Powder” and “Umpqua Rushing.” Don’t miss this tender evening of music.
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October 29 — Fidlar at Hollywood Palladium
Rowdy garage pop-punkers Fidlar are touring in support of their second album Too which features the cheeky single and video for “40oz On Repeat.” Get down, dirty and wild in the circle pit to all the new songs when their Too Much Tour rolls through Hollywood this month. Joining them are fellow musical hooligans SWMRS and The Frights.
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October 29 — Pet Shop Boys at Microsoft Theater
English electronic pop duo Pet Shop Boys’ “The Super” Tour, in support of their thirteenth studio album Super, is rolling out worldwide this Fall. They have long been putting on over the top, multi-media and theatrical shows and they are pulling out all the stops for their upcoming Los Angeles date! Hear head bopping, body-moving new songs such as “Say It To Me,” and “Twenty-something.”
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Mac Demarco

October 29 — Festival Supreme at Shrine Expo Hall & Grounds
Festival Supreme: The Final Frontier is the ultimate comedy and music festival of the season that promises to beam you out to outer space and this year’s lineup is no joke. Prepare to laugh and shake your ass off at performances by Flight of the Conchords, “Weird Al” Yankovic, Patton Oswalt, Mac Demarco, Sarah Silverman, Will Forte, Fred Armisen, Maya Rudolph, Nancy Whang, Eric Andre Live!, Music of Wet Hot American Summer, Tim Heidecker, Jenny Slate, The Vandals, Garfunkel and Oates, Gelmania, Michael Carbonaro, DJ Douggpound, Brent Weinbach, Fufobb feat. Kyle Newacheck, Iheartcomix Supershow, Jonathan Toubin, Tenacious DJ and more! Halloween costumes encouraged.
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October 29 — The Adicts at El Rey Theatre
The Adicts have always proven that punks just wanna have fun! Adicts vocalist and punk rock ringmaster ‘Monkey’ leads the way in shiny outfits, beach ball shenanigans and a pogo party sing-a-long that will surely satisfy your Halloween musical sweet tooth. Seeing The Adicts is always a guaranteed good time, so don’t miss out!
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October 31 — CocoRosie at Fonda Theatre
If you’d like to attend something a little off the beaten path this Halloween check out CocoRosie at the Fonda Theatre. The talented, multi-instrumentalist sister duo have a knack for operatic and theatrical musical performances adorned by the finest vintage threads and atmospheric mystique. Enjoy sickly sweet new songs from their latest album Heartache City. Dinner & Busdriver support.
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