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St Vincent
The Importance of the Women’s March: Musicians Speak Up and Participate

Musicians Support & Participate The Women’s March on Washington   I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but a lot of our (and your) favorite musicians are participating in tomorrow’s Women’s March on Washington, as well as its many sister marches across the United States and the world. With today marking the official inauguartion in of […]

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Los Angeles Anti-Trump Elections Protest
Rev up for the Women’s March on Washington with our Spotify Playlist featuring Empowering Female Musicians

For those of you taking part in the Women’s March on Washington, and all of its many sister marches across the U.S. (and world), we’ve created an empowering playlist to get you revved up for a safe and peaceful march. We’ve selected songs from some of our favorite female musicians who through their music have […]

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Conor Obserst Salutations
Conor Oberst to headline the Greek Theatre, Los Angeles

Conor Oberst returns to the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles with a headline show date scheduled for Saturday, May 13. Touring in support of his new album Salutations, set for release on March 17 via Nonesuch Records, the album is a companion piece to 2016’s lauded Ruminations. Recorded at the famed Shangri-la Studios in Malibu, the new work […]

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Mogwai
Jan. 18 — Tonight’s Best Shows: Mogwai, Goon, Gregory Uhlmann

It’s Wednesday night in Los Angeles, and we have a great selection of shows for you to attend. Our top recommendations include Goon at The Echo. We featured the band last year with a Hot Band Alert, and recently included them in our 2017 Forecast for Bands To Watch. Another show to note tonight is […]

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Leopold and His Fiction
An Interview with Leopold and His Fiction — new album, becoming a Father, Detroit roots

Leopold and His Fiction Gears up to Release New Album “Darling Destroyer” — Tour Dates Announced with LA Date at The Echo   Beloved for their White Stripes-esque vintage rock sound, the Austin-based Leopold and His Fiction are set to release their fourth full-length album, Darling Destroyer on January 27th. For frontman Daniel Leopold, making […]

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Radiohead
Radiohead announce U.S. tour dates with show date at Santa Barbara Bowl

Radiohead have announced nine U.S. tour dates with a headline show date at the Santa Barbara Bowl scheduled for Tuesday, April 11. If you missed Radiohead last year at either of their two Los Angeles dates at the Shrine Auditorium, or any of their festival dates (Outside Lands and NOS Alive), now is your chance to […]

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Alina Bea
Jan. 17 — Tonight’s Best Shows: Alina Bea, Alexandra Savior, Gothic Tropic

It’s a hot Tuesday night in Los Angeles, and we have some great concerts for you to attend. Rising experimental pop star, Alina Bea will headline The Echo. This show is only $5 and trust, you will not want to miss out on this amazing talent. Just check out our previous show review from her […]

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GIRLSCHOOL returns to the Bootleg Theater featuring Chelsea Wolfe, The Bird and the Bee and more

GIRLSCHOOL Returns with Empowering Female-led Performers and Educational Workshops & Panels   Not to be missed! GIRLSCHOOL returns to the Bootleg Theater for another installment of their all female-fronted music festival. Founded by Anna Bulbrook (Airborne Toxic Event/The Bulls), this year’s GIRLSCHOOL will take place Friday Jan 27 – Sunday Jan 29 and will feature performances by: Chelsea […]

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The Menstruators
An Interview with Nadia G of The Menstruators — We talk new EP, food, menstruation and superpowers

“If it wasn’t for menstruation, you wouldn’t be here…”   Los Angeles feminist punk rockers, The Menstruators have released their debut EP Dead Glitter and it’s quite the “dirty, feral and slutty” experience. Fused with a blistering dose of riot grrrl punk and 90s grunge, the album comes at you like a wild banshee out of […]

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Shy Girls
Win Tickets to Shy Girls at Teragram Ballroom

Making his way to the Teragram Ballroom in Downtown Los Angeles on January 28, trust, you will not want to miss the sultry electronic r&b musings of Shy Girls. The new project is led by Portland/LA singer/songwriter and producer Dan Vidmar. Having all the hallmark tenets of alt-R&B, and while he doesn’t deny that he’s been […]

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Deafheaven at The Echoplex
Deafheaven and HEALTH burst with compelling performances at the Echoplex

Since the release of their sophomore album Sunbather, Deafheaven have been quite the hot ticket having gained music fans from both metal and indie genres. This past week, Deafheaven closed out two sold-out shows at The Echoplex with support from Los Angeles shredders, HEALTH. It was a harsh feast for the ears with these two […]

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Alexandra Savior at Hote Cafe
Jan. 16 — Tonight’s Best Shows: Hamilton Leithauser with Alexandra Savior, Yasiin Bey

Tonight’s best concerts in Los Angeles come in a rad variety of FREE! Tasha Miyaki and Low Hum will be at It’s A School Night, Warbly Jets and ExSage will perform at The Satellite, The Molochs will celebrate their LP Release Party with Noah Kwid at The Echo, along with a lot more free shows […]

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Jan. 15 — Tonight’s Best Shows: Wiz Khalifa, The Moan, Trey Songz

SUNDAY – JANUARY 15, 2017 Wiz Khalifa Live W/ Taylor Gang OHM Nightclub The Moan, Bobby Blunders, The Soul Beacons, Electric MachinesAlex’s Bar (FREE) HEY BUDDY Comedy Show w/ Kate Berlant, Dan St. Germain, Jon Daly, Yassir Lester…The Echo DAVID BOWIE NITE with Guest DJ Jose Maldonado [Sweet & Tender Hooligans]The Echoplex (FREE) Soft Rock […]

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Moby with Peter Hook and the Light at Fonda Theatre
Moby Announces Inauguration Day Show at The Hotel Cafe

Moby has announced an intimate show date at The Hotel Cafe in Hollywood on none other than inauguration day, January 20, 2017. But don’t get it twisted, this is not in support of that hideous human Donald Trump. Presented by Lilac Sessions and Sunday’s Best, 100% of proceeds will go to the Downtown Women’s Center, […]

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