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Mbongwana Star brings vibrant sounds of the Congo to The Roxy

The sounds of Congo and Los Angeles came together this past Saturday night in none other than the famed Sunset Strip in Hollywood. With a day that was already hot, the evening transitioned to a night illuminating with perpetual warm vibes. The Roxy became a venue full of brilliant colors and feel-good ambiance. Los Angeles […]

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Grimy Goods’ Best Concert Photography of 2015 — Los Angeles

Grimy Goods’ Best Concert Photography of 2015   As we kiss 2015 goodbye and welcome 2016, let’s not forget the stellar live music moments we shared in Los Angeles and around. The Grimy Goods photography staff have selected 10 of their best concert photos of 2015 to represent their momentous year. From underground breakout gigs […]

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Against Me! deliver powerful and inspiring performance at The Observatory

It was a powerful and inspiring night of music this past Friday as punk rockers Against Me! took the stage at The Observatory. With the occasional crowd surfer, Against Me!’s  positive energy was absolutely intoxicating. Led by the empowering front woman, Laura Jane Grace, she gave a perfectly fierce performance smashing on her guitar and […]

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Hiatus Kaiyote, Kadhja Bonet and Low Leaf bring a whole new meaning to ladies night with incredible performances at The Roxy

Hiatus Kaiyote Sold out, highly expected and full of talent are just a few of the characteristics of Wednesday night’s Hiatus Kaiyote show at The Roxy. The spot was packed beginning to end with brilliant opening performances by Los Angeles based Kadhja Bonet and Low Leaf. These amazing females and their soothing powerful voices had their own roster […]

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Music with a message: Saul Williams delivers an intense performance at The Roxy

He’s a poet, a musician, a performer, an artist, and above all, an incredible human. I’m talking about the extraordinary renaissance man known as Saul Williams. The talented New York artist performed at The Roxy last night. Stirring up the crowd with sounds from his forthcoming album MartyrLoserKing scheduled to drop this July via FADER Label, L.A. fans were definitely […]

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Celso Piña shows fans at the Troubadour what El Rebelde del Acordeon is all about

There are beats that will always get you shaking and stomping, and Cumbia is one of them. In a city as large and diverse as Los Angeles, these vibrant Afro-Colombian sounds are reaching a myriad of music venues, and new fans like there’s no tomorrow. Last night at the Troubadour, gathered a mass of Cumbia lovers. Elbow-to-elbow they […]

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A Place To Bury Strangers Enter The Void at Echoplex

So I have seen A Place to Bury Strangers multiple times, in fact, the last time I saw them I was not doing concert photography but I decided to play around on the iPhone and see what I could do with it. That was the night I said, “I gotta do this shit!”.  So it […]

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Grimy Goods Best Concert Photography Winners Announced

Last month we ran our biggest contest yet where our photographers had the opportunity to win up to $300 in cash. We normally run giveaways for our readers, but this time we wanted to make it more about our talented team of photographers. But don’t worry, we also hooked up two readers with some rad […]

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The Best Concerts in Los Angeles – January 5 – 11, 2015

A New Year means a lot of new shows to look forward to! Also, the multitude of free shows on the calendar this week, including a number of kick ass residencies at local hot spots, have us beyond stoked. From HOLYCHILD and Ivory Deville & Jackson Tanner at The Echo to Wildling at The Satellite […]

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The Best Concerts in Los Angeles – December 29 – January 4

With 2014 almost over and 2015 just around the corner, what better way to go out with a bang and usher in the New Year with some killer live music! You can sing along with top-notch locals or fist-pump with EDM heavyweights or even wild out with hip-hop upstarts. There is no shortage this week of […]

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Year In Review: Grimy Goods Best of 2014

In cased you missed our numerous best of 2014 lists published this past month, we’ve nestled them all in one spot so you can take a look at the music we dug most this year. From our favorite albums of the year, to a stunning collection of our best concert photography, while you’re maxing out […]

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Win a Google Nexus or $100 Visa Gift Card by casting your vote for Grimy Goods’ Best Concert Photos of 2014

Last week we posted Grimy Goods’ Best Concert Photography of 2014, and we said we’d be following up with an epic giveaway where both our readers and photographers can win some amazing prizes. Now it’s time to let that epic giveaway take place! We need you to vote on which of our Best Concert Photos […]

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Weezer gifts fans at The Observatory with both an acoustic and electrifying performance

9:04pm and the house lights are up at The Observatory as people stand patiently waiting for Weezer to take the stage. A few whistles and a slight jolt in the crowd catch my attention and I look over. Cell phones are pulled out and pointed at a spot in the crowd I can’t quite see. […]

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Grimy Goods Best Concert Crowd Photos of 2014

As much as we love showcasing the fine work of our photographers’ brilliant concert photography, we also love sharing the photos they took of YOU! We’re talking about the fans that are out there every week in the frontlines getting lost in the moment. Some of you have graced our concert crowd photos numerous times […]

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