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Photos: Head Wound City, Loma Prieta and Crime Desire unleash feral performances at Echoplex

This past Friday at the Echoplex, three bands came together to drop an all out hardcore punk assault. Headlining the evening was the highly anticipated return of Head Wound City. With a lineup featuring Jordan Blilie and Cody Votolato from The Blood Brothers, Nick Zinner from the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and Justin Pearson and Gabe […]

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Refused whips through The Observatory Santa Ana revealing new songs and classics

As part of their highly anticipated run of small club tour dates, Refused pummeled the Observatory in Santa Ana this past Monday, along with supporting acts White Lung and Turbo Negro. It was truly a perfect lineup of punk music. The influential Swedish hardcore punks made their triumphant return loud and clear. Touring in celebration […]

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Hot Band Alert: Swedish experimental pop trio Hey Elbow impress with debut album

Swedish experimental pop trio, Hey Elbow just released their debut album, Every Other, and it’s been running through the Grimy Goods speakers non-stop. With a unique marriage of ethereal sounds and distortion, Hey Elbow’s eccentric blend of music makes for quite an exquisite debut. The group took its curious name from an aerobics warm-up exercise they were […]

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Drive Like Jehu thrash the Glass House like it’s 1994

Last night, Drive Like Jehu performed their highly awaited Los Angeles reunion show at The Glass House in Pomona. Drive Like Jehu reunited late last year with a reunion show at the Spreckels Organ Pavillon in Balboa Park — 19 years after Jehu’s disbanded. The reunion show was a success and naturally, left Jehu fans from all over the […]

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The Black Ryder let fans into “The Door Behind The Door” at The Echo record release show

Los Angeles’ The Black Ryder celebrated the release of their new LP, The Door Behind The Door this past Wednesday at The Echo, the same venue in which they made their Los Angeles debut back in 2011. Released on February 24th via the band’s own imprint The Anti-Machine Machine in conjunction with The Orchard, the new album picks up […]

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Los Angeles bands and artists looking for studio time at an affordable price? Look no further. Converse Rubber Tracks has the opportunity of a lifetime! If you’re a band or artist out of Los Angeles and its surrounding cities, you have a chance at scoring some FREE studio time with Converse Rubber Tracks! Converse Rubber Tracks […]

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Holiday Gift Guide: The Best of Holiday Band Merch

Pictured – Father John Misty “I Love You, Honeybear” Sweatshirt The fast approaching winter holiday season is nipping at our heels, and with that comes great gift giving responsibility. The shopping related anxiety that comes with picking those perfect gifts can prove a tad overwhelming sometimes. Where to turn you ask? Well, Santa ain’t got […]

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Reignwolf destroys the tiny Mint at Red Bull Sound Select’s #30DaysInLA

A few year’s ago we used to catch a Saskatoon shredder by the name of Jordan Cook performing at smaller venues such as The Viper Room and The Hotel Cafe. With a lusciously wild mane adorning his handsome face, Cook quickly grew quite the local following of ladies who would frequent his shows anytime he […]

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Hot Band Alert: East LA’s The Bloodhounds dish up mouthwatering rock ‘n’ roll

If you had any fear that rock n’ roll was dead, don’t worry because all the things that you love about it are alive and kickin’ now that East Los Angeles four-piece The Bloodhounds have released their debut studio album, Let Loose!  via Alive NaturalSound Records. Power pop legend Arthur Alexander (Sorrows, The Poppees) produced this […]

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The Best Concerts in Los Angeles – October 13 – 19, 2014

It’s a heavy week in Los Angeles as local bands Trash Talk, Obliterations and Body Count all have chaotic shows going off this week. Culture Collide also pays its annual visit to Los Angeles with bands from all over the world featuring Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, The Kokoro, De Lux, MO, and many more. […]

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The Best Concerts in Los Angeles – September 29 – October 5

This week we say hello the month of Rocktober, and you know what that means: copious amounts of awesome concerts packed into 31 days before the music industry takes a snooze for the holiday season. This week we have the Eagle Rock Music Festival, The Orwells, Cibo Matto with Nels Cline, The War On Drugs, […]

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The Best Concerts in Los Angeles – September 22 – 28

Photo by Tamea Agle The best concerts happening in Los Angeles, Orange County and more neighboring cities are all here on Grimy Goods’ custom show list. While keeping it selective, we’ve handpicked shows from all genres to satisfy your musical palette. The show listings with hot pink hearts are our top show picks. Let us […]

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The Best Concerts in Los Angeles – September 15-21, 2014

Brace yourselves, it’s an amazing live music week in Los Angeles! Not only do we have Jane’s Addiction, Empire of the Sun, Cold War Kids and many more acts performing at the Sunset Strip Music Festival this weekend, but we also have highly anticipated shows with Head Wound City (members of The Blood Brothers, The […]

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The Best Concerts in Los Angeles – September 8 – 14, 2014

It’s not the best show week ahead, but it’s not the worst. This week we have the Mad Decent Block Party popping off with Diplo and STRFKR. We also have the rock supergroup, Dead Man Walking coming through with two performances. From the new king of soul, Charles Bradley to the all-instrumental slayers, Earth — […]

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