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Autolux at Constellation Room
Photos: Autolux envelope fans at Constellation Room with pure aural and visual bliss

Over the weekend, Los Angeles’ Autolux played an incredible 15-song set in the Observatory’s intimate Constellation Room. The L.A. trio started their set on a slower tone with “Reappearing” from their latest album Pussy’s Dead. With deep synth and bass layers, and delicate vocals the song immediately set the tone for the evening. The compelling imagery projected […]

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This Will Destroy You
This Will Destroy You to play Young Mountain and Debut LP in full at Teragram Ballroom

This Will Destroy You make their way back to Los Angeles for the ten-year anniversary of their debut EP Young Mountain. The Texas-bred experimental rockers will headline the Teragram Ballroom in Downtown Los Angeles on Saturday, November 5. In addition to their Los Angeles date, This Will Destroy You have announced a small run of live dates across […]

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Autolux to perform at El Rey Theatre — stream new album “Pussy’s Dead”

Coming off that sweet Coachella high, Los Angeles experimental rock trio Autolux are set to headline  the El Rey Theatre on Saturday, July 23. If you missed out on Coachella or Autolux’s set, here’s your chance to vindicate yourself with one of L.A.’s finest acts. Produced by Boots (Beyonce, Run the Jewels), Autolux just released their […]

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Yeasayer abandons synth-pop for the psychedelic-gospel with New Album “Amen and Goodbye”

If there ever existed such a thing as a modern art album, Amen & Goodbye, Yeasayer’s fourth studio attempt, would undoubtedly be it. As eloquently bewildering as ever, the New York experimental rock outfit successfully disembark from the restrictions of melodic, synth-pop constructions as they explore the fringes of their bizarre expressionism. Caught somewhere between the […]

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Unknown Mortal Orchestra infuse fans with energy at FYF

Cutting early from the FYF Arena stage we crossed over to the Lawn stage to catch at least a few songs from the experimental and always fantastic Unknown Mortal Orchestra. Everyone there were definitely UMO fans, giving out a cheer the second the band came on the stage. With the heat still strong against our […]

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Blonde Redhead enchant a small private crowd at secret West Hollywood performance

It was a small private show at the offices of Flood magazine. I got there a bit early, way before they started allowing people in and watched the sound check of Blonde Redhead. They were deciding what songs to play as they also figured out which lights should go where. It was nice to watch the […]

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Contest: Win Tickets to Man Man at the Glass House (October 26, 2011)

  Man Man at the El Rey Theatre – Photo: Dominoe Farris-Gilbert Self described  “weird/beautiful, esoteric/heart-rending, profound/hilarious,” Man Man is anything but bland. On the contrary, Man Man (who will be at the Glass House on October, 26) are a mouthful of epic goodness—to say the least, bringing a sense of humor and a whole lot of tripped […]

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