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Goon at The Echo
Photos: Goon impress fans at The Echo along with supporting acts Young Jesus, Pastel Felt and Draag

Last Wednesday night, up-and-coming Los Angeles band Goon, led by Kenny Becker, headlined The Echo with a stellar lineup of supporting acts. Opening up for Goon at The Echo were Draag, Pastel Felt and Young Jesus. With each band serving up their own unique flavor of tunes and style, the evening boasted four solid performances […]

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Alexandra Savior at Teragram Ballroom
Hamilton Leithauser and Alexandra Savior charm the socks off Teragram Ballroom

Monday was only night one of two sold-out shows at the Teragram Ballroom for solo-artist Hamilton Leithauser. Setting the mood for the evening was none other than Alexandra Savior. Having covered her twice last year, it has been made pretty clear by her talents that Savior is a rising star, and without a doubt an […]

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Silversun Pickups at Love Trumps Hate benefit
Silversun Pickups and James Supercave fight the good fight at Love Trumps Hate event at Bootleg Theatre

“Tonight isn’t about Donald Trump; tonight is about supporting organizations like the ACLU and Planned Parenthood,” Nikki Monninger, the soft crooning bassist for the Silversun Pickups, couldn’t have nailed it more poignantly when she responded to a fan that screamed “Fuck Trump.” With little under a week left before the U.S. would receive its next President, […]

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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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Lord Huron at Teragram Ballroom
Strange trails lead Lord Huron back home for the first of five sold-out nights in LA at Teragram Ballroom

“To the ends of the earth would you follow me?/There’s a world that was meant for our eyes to see.” With such an invitation, Lord Huron kicked off the first of five sold-out nights at the Teragram Ballroom in their hometown of Los Angeles, playing to the packed venue filled with fans who’d been waiting […]

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Spencer Ludwig
Spencer Ludwig lights up a Tuesday night show at The Echo with party vibes

Spencer Ludwig and Olivia Braga Outshine the Intimate Space at The Echo   Los Angeles had a whirlwind of modern jazz flavors served up on a silver platter last night at The Echo. With Tuesday nights in Los Angeles being the second biggest night for local free shows and residencies, a performance headlined by rising star […]

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Danielle Gornbein |
An evening with Kyle Morton: On stripping back the grandiose anthems of Typhoon for his debut solo show

In the bohemian-style furnished backroom of the Bootleg Theater, Kyle Morton sits on the lavishly decorated cushions of a sofa next to a table lamp that is much too extravagant to just be a table lamp. The only people around are the knowing regular purveyors of the venue who’ve snuck back for a game of […]

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Travis Scott New Year's Eve at Observatory1
Travis Scott Purges the Angst of 2016 at the Observatory on New Year’s Eve

2016 has been… demoralizing. Reviewing the reasons why would be redundant, and quite frankly, triggering. We just want to forget. We just want to hide. But like all times of national despair in history, we can at least count on the musicians of the world to stand by us. Frank Ocean came back. System of […]

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Santoros
Santoros celebrate “El Perdedor” tape release show at The Echo

Upon entering The Echo this past Tuesday night, what caught my attention was the glamourous amount of decor running along the side of the bar to the ceiling of the center stage. Santoros‘ third album release was displayed in balloon letters “EL PERDEDOR,” piñatas, and shiny streamers reflected back the high spirits in every performing act. […]

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best concert photography 2016
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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Living Legends bust out all the goods at 10th annual How The Grouch Stole Christmas featuring Evidence and more at The Novo

The Grouch had something extra special this year for the 10th annual ‘How The Grouch Stole Christmas’ tour. The headliners this year were none other than, the Living Legends with all eight original members performing backed by DJ Fresh. Opening for them was the Grand Tapestry and Los Angeles’ very own, Evidence from Dilated People’s. […]

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Warpaint
Band Of Horses and Warpaint enamor crowd at Fox Theater with blissful sets

Friday night was done oh so right in Pomona this past weekend! Almost serving as a double header we had Warpaint and of course, the evening’s highly anticipated headliner, Band Of Horses. Kicking off the evening with some fire, were our Los Angeles vixens themselves: Warpaint. Emily, Theresa, Jenny and Stella — holy hell. These girls […]

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Danielle Gornbein |
Jay Som
Jay Som delivers glossy performance at The Echo supported by Plush and Los Angeles Police Department

The generously talked about songwriter Melina Duarte, known as Jay Som, hosted a vinyl release party for her record Turn Into this Saturday night at The Echo in Los Angeles. The 22-year old just got off a tour with Mitski and Japanese Breakfast (where I actually discovered her). The album was uploaded onto Bandcamp last year […]

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Danielle Gornbein |
Cold War Kids
Christmas arrives early with Cold War Kids ALTimate Xmas concert at the El Rey Theatre

Ever since their debut way back in the spring of 2005, Cold War Kids have become something of local legends in Los Angeles’ throbbing indie-rock scene, as they’ve maintained an ever-growing following that has only exploded since the breakout release of Hold My Home this year. Firmly rooted in quintessential Americana that melds rock and blues indiscriminately, the quintet boasts a […]

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