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Caribbean music of the future is here today in Buscabulla — LA date at Echoplex 2/27

For duo Raquel Berríos and Luis Alfredo del Valle, the dichotomy of their tropical Puerto Rican roots and the bustling grit of their New York home is a temperament that is self-evident in their music almost immediately. On their most recent EPII, as well as their new single “Frío,” the couple effectively ground their souls and foot-soles […]

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50 Best Los Angeles Concerts of February — underground, mainstream, local acts

February in Los Angeles is bursting with a variety of live music from talented up-and-coming acts, as well as very well-known names. From hip hop, Americana, punk rock, electro pop, industrial techno and more — our selections for the best concerts of the month always feature the best shows from all genres. While we are […]

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Photos: Celebrating David Bowie Night 2 at The Wiltern

The Celebrating David Bowie tribute made its way to Los Angeles for two nights at the Wiltern! The evening featured performances by the following Bowie band members and friends: Mike Garson, Earl Slick, Adrian Belew, Mark Plati, Gail Ann Dorsey, Sterling Campbell, Holly Palmer and Carmine Rojas — as well as performances by special guests […]

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Ninet Tayeb to headline The Echoplex in support of new album ‘Paper Parachute’

Wildly Impassioned Performances Are No Stranger to Ninet Tayeb — Los Angeles Date at Echoplex   Not to be missed! Rising rock star, Ninet Tayeb has announced a Los Angeles date at The Echoplex on Thursday, February 16. The Israeli badass who has recently made Los Angeles her home will be throwing it down hard […]

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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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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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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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2017 Forecast: Los Angeles Bands / Artists to Watch — they’re on the rise!

It’s the start of a new year and time for Grimy Goods’ annual forecast of up-and-coming Los Angeles bands and artists to watch. While we’ve selected 13 acts to keep an eye on, we’re fully aware of the many great and hardworking bands out there in our great city of Angels. This year’s projections are […]

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35 Best Los Angeles Concerts of January: Spencer Ludwig, Thee Oh Sees, Lord Huron, Talib Kweli

We’ve compiled our list and show previews for the Best Los Angeles Concerts of January 2017. From up-and-coming independent acts to well-known artists, the best L.A. concerts of the month feature all genres: punk, hip hop, metal, post-punk, industrial, r&b, garage rock, electro pop and more. Catch rising acts such as Warbly Jets at The […]

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Grimy Goods’ Best Concert Photography of 2016

We’ve combed through thousands of photos from this past year to select Grimy Goods’ Best Concert Photography of 2016. While we kiss 2016 goodbye, both the good and bad, let’s focus on all the greatness that 2016 brought us: MUSIC. Without a doubt, music is one of the greatest gifts. Attending a live concert is […]

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Staff Picks: Best Albums of 2016 — Artists you love, and acts you’ve never even heard of

The crew at Grimy Goods, have shared their 10 selections for the best albums of 2016! As always, it’s all about quality and variety when it comes to music at Grimy Goods. Spanning all genres, you’ll find a robust selection of music from well-known artists, as well as acts you’ve never heard of. From new […]

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Los Angeles Bands that Kicked Ass in 2016: The Dead Ships

With 2016 quickly slipping away, it’s time we highlight some of the best Los Angeles bands that really made the most of themselves in 2016. As the first in our Los Angeles Bands that Kicked Ass in 2016 series, we’d like to highlight The Dead Ships. It goes without saying that The Dead Ships are […]

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13 Ugly Christmas Sweaters From Bands That Rock

Holiday parties are in full swing this coming weekend and with that said, you can’t deny the popularity of a good ole Ugly Christmas Sweater party. Why not be the cool kid at the spiked eggnog bowl reppin’ a dope Christmas sweater from one of your favorite bands. Check out our selections for the 13 […]

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47 Best Los Angeles Concerts This December Featuring Stevie Nicks, Anderson .Paak, Riot Grill Fest with Le Butcherettes And More

Happy holidays Southern California music fans! December concert season is in full swing and stages across California will be aglow with diverse, magical sounds. From old-school influential artists such as Pere Ubu, Stevie Nicks, Pretenders and X to up-and-coming stars like Anderson .Paak, Body Language and The Japanese House — there’s a musical gift waiting to […]

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