Live Concerts

AFI at the Wiltern shot by Danielle Gornbein
AFI party like it’s 1999 — explosively impressive performance at Wiltern, Los Angeles

A Fire Inside aka. AFI ended their tour right here in Los Angeles last Friday and Saturday night. Catching the Friday performance was one for the books. People flooded into the Wiltern with much excitement to see The Blood Tour at its finest. AFI just released their tenth, self-titled, album. This band has stayed true to […]

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Rebel and a Basketcase at the Satellite shot by Danielle Gornbein
Rebel and a Basketcase steal the show and take zero prisoners at Satellite gig

They were just one of the openers, but nobody seemed to have relayed that message to dynamic duo Rebel and a Basketcase as they hit the stage at the Satellite Thursday night. Comprised around the talents of Evan Rachel Wood and Zach Villa, everything about the two screams 80’s rock and glam; from their very name (a […]

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Cloud Nothings at the Teragram Ballroom by Steven Ward
Sweat and moshpits greet Cloud Nothings in their return to LA at Teragram Ballroom

For a night that would end with the entirety of the Teragram Ballroom engaging in one massive, spiraling moshpit of enthused fans crashing into one another–it began in the most mellowest of ways possible. Hand-selected by Cloud Nothings to open for them, the soft strumming folk of Los Angeles-based Itasca, led by singer/songwriter Kayla Cohen, […]

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The Staves at the Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever shot by Danielle Gornbein
The Staves enamor L.A. fans (and ghosts) at the Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever

Tuesday night served for a lovely night of music at the very intimate Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever Cemetery. Guests filled in the dimly lit concert hall to enjoy the musical stylings of British sister act trio, The Staves.  Starting the night off was 24-year-old vocalist and harpist, Mikaela Davis. From Rochester, New York. This […]

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Tash Sultana at The Echo, Los Angeles -- Photo: Andrew Gomez
Tash Sultana makes Los Angeles debut at The Echo with jaw-dropping performance

All the way from Melbourne, Australia — Tash Sultana made her way to The Echo in Los Angeles for a sold-out performance this past Tuesday night. Touring the U.S. for the fist time ever in celebration of the US release of her Notion EP (2/17, Mom + Pop), Sultana charmed the packed room with her insane musical skills. Featured […]

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TV On The Radio at Air & Style 2017 -- Photo: Brandon Espeleta
Photos: Air + Style day 2 closes with Major Lazer, TV On The Radio and more!

The final day of Air + Style started off a little slower than its kick-off with up-and-coming acts 070 Shake, Powers, and XYLO playing first, but by 4 p.m. it seemed like the grounds got packed with people out of nowhere. At around 4:30 p.m. came Philadelphia music duo Marian Hill. They hit the stage playing […]

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Vic Mensa at Air & Style 2017 -- Photo: Brandon Espeleta
Air & Style Day 1 Jumps off with Atmosphere, Vic Mensa, Flume and more

This past weekend Shaun White’s annual snowboarding music festival, Air & Style made its return to Los Angeles for a weekend of music and snowboarding at Exposition Park. With the festival hitting Beijing and Innsbruck, Los Angeles was its final destination. Day 1 of Air & Style had some notable acts such as RKCB, The Shelters and […]

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Cherry Glazerr at Teragram Ballroom -- Photo: Will Tee Yang
Photos: Cherry Glazerr, Slow Hollows and Jerry Paper at Teragram Ballroom

Yet another band we’ve seen grow immensely since their high school days, the young spitfires of Cherry Glazerr brought their rock show to the Teragram Ballroom this past Thursday night, and per usual, they did not disappoint. The band just released their new album Apocalipstick on January 20th via Secretly Canadian. Full of guitar heavy […]

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Well Hung Heart at Redwood Ba
The Two Tens and Well Hung Heart show how it’s done at Redwood Bar

The Ramones-esque duo of guitarist Adam Bones and drummer Rikki Watson, known as The Two Tens, have justifiably accumulated quite an army of fans in the few years they have been playing Los Angeles. Fresh from a European tour and celebrating a new 45″ and video for “Keeping Hope Alive” they melted brains at the […]

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Lauren Ruth Ward at The Hi Hat
Lauren Ruth Ward’s leads a fierce Galentine’s Day Celebration at The Hi Hat with Emily Gold and Liphemra

The women at Play Like A Girl’s special Galentine’s Day event at the Hi Hat this past Sunday all outdid themselves. The venue was outfitted with feminists and their art, including signs that were preserved from the Women’s March a few weeks ago that proclaimed “My Body My Choice,” “My Name Is: NASTY,” and of […]

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Holy Wars at The Echoplex -- Photo: Wes Marsala
New LA acts Kolars and Holy Wars deliver most impressive sets at Echoplex 

Smoke Season, Kolars and Holy Wars give A+ performances at Echoplex   Last week at The Echoplex and presented by Play Like A Girl, Smoke Season headlined an evening of music that was supported by two sizzling acts. While we’ve covered Smoke Season’s compelling performance in the past, this was our first time catching newbies […]

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Murder City Devils whip fans into frenzy at Teragram Ballroom

The Murder City Devils packed The Teragram Ballroom Friday night with a hoard of rowdy fans ready to release their demons. Murder City Devils has developed a loyal following over their 20-year (how can it be that long?) career and Spencer Moody, still whips his fans into a frenzy with his three sheets to the […]

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Austra at El Rey Theatre -- Photo: Andrew Gomez
Austra delivers compelling performance with new album Future Politics at El Rey

Four piece synth-pop group, Austra delivered a vibrant performance last week at the El Rey Theatre, Los Angeles. Led by the enchanting vocalist, Katie Stelmanis, the fierce frontwoman showcased her political art through her new album Future Politics and transported us to what felt like an underground nightclub. Stelmanis’ vocals were powerful, dynamic and were the perfect compliment […]

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Adam Ant at Fonda Theatre -- Photo: ZB Images
Adam Ant celebrates Kings of the Wild Frontier with extraordinary performance at Fonda Theatre

Adam Ant, the legendary lead singer of post-punk group Adam and the Ants gleamed this past Thursday at the Fonda Theatre Hollywood! The pop icon touring in celebration of the 35th anniversary of his landmark Kings of the Wild Frontier album, lit up the Fonda as though he were in his prime.  Adam Ant’s 1980 release Kings Of The […]

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