Erin McCarley
Single Premiere: Erin McCarley drops riveting single “Die Die Die” (with stunning artwork to match)

Nashville’s Erin McCarley has dropped a fierce new single titled “Die Die Die,” and it’s quite the scrumptious banger. With summer officially here, this is the kind of soulful alt-pop you want blasting at that hotel pool party or summer BBQ. “Die Die Die” is McCarley’s fourth single. The song’s beats are fresh and will […]

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Sandy |
Japanese Breakfast at the Constellation Room by Steven Ward
Sandy Alex G and Japanese Breakfast bring the lo-fi fuzz to the Constellation Room

Playing to the exceptionally crowded Constellation Room as if it was for a bedroom demo recording session, Sandy Alex G and Japanese Breakfast let the lights burn low and the feels glow bright Saturday night. Both bands have a penchant for fuzzy, guitar-peddling soundscapes and the night was filled with plenty of new tracks from […]

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Steven Ward |
Sleepless at Walt Disney Concert Hall
Photos: Sleepless at Walt Disney Concert Hall — the best adult slumber party (with no slumber)

Once again, Sleepless: The Music Center After Hours — the extraordinary experiences taking over spaces in unusual ways for a late night trip to the senses has returned.  For Sleepless’ latest occasion, the Walt Disney Concert Hall was the protagonist of art installations, dance parties, visuals, and more. Starting from the outside, the building was adorned by […]

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Street Joy
Song Premiere: Dance With Street Joy on Their Apathetic New Single “Do A Thing”

So says Street Joy about their new single, “Do A Thing,” which you can and should listen to below. Street Joy is a local duo comprised of Jason DeMayo and Scott Zimmerman. They make what some could call rock ‘n’ roll, though to give their newest track any label, especially one so uninspired, feels wrong. […]

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Zoe Elaine |
Gang of Youths spit fire and hope at The Echo for U.S. tour finale

Mingling punkish vitality with enduring sentiments, Australian five-piece Gang of Youths left The Echo a smoldering heap in the aftermath of their set last Thursday. Ending an exhausting tour of the US with their sights on Europe for the final leg of their global trek, the band gave fans a rager to remember them by. […]

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Steven Ward |
Together pangea
Together PANGEA announce new album “Bulls and Roosters” — LA date at El Rey Theatre

Together PANGEA Share Video for “Better Find Out” Together PANGEA announced that their third album Bulls and Roosters will be released August 25th, 2017. The band has already released the single “Better Find Out” from the album and the video dropped last Friday. Together PANGEA is an LA-based rock band that is made up of […]

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Dream Vacation
Song Premiere: DreamVacation share new single “Thin World”

Los Angeles trio, DreamVacation have premiered their new single “Thin World” and we just can’t get this lovely song out of our heads. With a cinematic approach to their sweet indie rock sound, DreamVacation create a lullaby of sounds with “Thin World.” Beautifully orchestrated by Zilva Thustraon vocals and guitar, Gerry Matthewson bass and synth, […]

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public sunglasses
Win a Pair of Public Sunglasses — style meets function

  Keep Those Eyes Fly with Public Sunglasses With summer officially kicking off today June 20th, we thought we’d celebrate our favorite solstice with a kick-ass giveaway. Grimy Goods has partnered with Public Sunglasses to style your summer with some fresh shades. Made with ethically and sustainable sourced wood and polarized lenses, Public Sunglasses are the […]

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Tory Lanez at The Forum by Andrew Gomez
Future gets The Forum lit with A$AP Ferg, Tory Lanez, Migos and surprise guest Drake

This past Friday fans piled into The Forum earlier than usual to witness Future’s Nobody Safe Tour. Future treated his fans with big name openers such as A$AP Ferg, Tory Lanez, and Atlanta’s very own Migos. The first big opener A$AP Ferg took that stage and immediately jumped into the crowd and performed his entire […]

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Upset at Echoplex -- Photo: Andrew Gomez-7
June 19: Tonight’s Best Shows: Upset, Tashaki Miyaki, Twin Temple, Sevdaliza

Tonight’s the best concerts in and around Los Angeles feature Upset at The Hi Hat, Tashaki Miyaki with Twin Temple at The Echo, Sevdaliza at The Echoplex and more. Take a look at our Los Angeles concert calendar below for more live music recommendations. ♥ = Top Recommendations   MONDAY – JUNE 19, 2017 Upset, […]

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Mating Ritual
An Interview with Mating Ritual’s Ryan Marshall Lawhon — Live Video, Debut Album, Planned Parenthood Concert

Mating Ritual Opts for Planned Parenthood Benefit Concert in Place of Traditional Record Release Show Los Angeles’ Mating Ritual have released a live video for their oh-so-catchy song “Second Chance.” From frontman Ryan Marshall Lawhon’s enticing vocals, to the song’s vibrant instrumentation, and that addicting hook — we’re loving everything about Mating Ritual’s “Second Chance.” […]

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Phoenix at the Hollywood Bowl shot by Danielle Gornbein
Phoenix, Mac DeMarco and The Lemon Twigs delight the Hollywood Bowl with incredible performances 

The Hollywood Bowl was the place to be this past Thursday night. Grammy Award-winning synth-pop slayers, Phoenix were headlining. Making their last stop in the US. for this tour before making an appearance across European festivals, they sure brought the heat. Touring in support of their latest and sixth studio album, Ti Amo, the guys […]

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Danielle Gornbein |
LP at El Rey
LP shines for adoring fans at El Rey Theatre

One of the more magical things about Los Angeles is you never know when that friend of a friend, who plays little venues and drops in as a guest on residencies, is suddenly going to get the recognition so many in this talented city deserve. Before you know it they are making late night TV […]

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