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Royal Headache
Australia’s Royal Headache brings mayhem to the The Echo alongside L.A.’s Zig Zags

Australia’s punk rock powerhouse, Royal Headache made their way to Los Angeles last Friday for a fierce sold-out performance at The Echo. The lineup consisting of local band Zig Zags and Toys That Kill, was one that served a variety of punk tones. L.A. band, Zig Zags opened the night, thrashing through songs from their new album, […]

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Death Valley Girls
Death Valley Girls light up record release show at The Echo, Frankie and The Witch Fingers literally shred through opening set

Nothing like a satanic worship themed show to kick off the summer rock. This past Thursday night, Los Angeles’ very own Death Valley Girls celebrated their highly anticipated record release show at The Echo. Smashing out tunes from their new album Glow In The Dark, it was a hot and sweaty affair. The house was packed! But […]

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Nothing band
Photos: Nothing, Culture Abuse, Wrong and Tennis System bring noise and disorder to the Echoplex

The Echoplex was filled with disorder, sadness, and of course, fun when Philly’s Nothing headlined a night of loud music with support by Culture Abuse, Wrong, Tennis System and Big Jesus. Touring in support of their brooding new album Tired of Tomorrow, Nothing’s new LP is out now via Relapse Records. Tennis System was a surprise for an opener with their simple set […]

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Sunstock Festival Wavves
Sunstock Fest Makes a Case for Going Solar With Performances by Cults, Wavves, Kaki King and More

Last Saturday was one of the hottest days of the year so far. It was forecasted to be so brutal over the weekend that it prompted LADWP to caution customers against using too much A/C, or else there would be mass power outages. There could not have been a better time to host the world’s […]

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verite at the echo
Falsetto Down: Vérité Rocked the Echo on the Final Night of Her Tour

Pop is a polarizing genre. I have been on both sides of the argument, debating its merit in the contemporary American music scene, especially in a Top 40 context. But that certainly doesn’t exempt me from loving the tried and true mix of catchy hooks, simple melodies, and great vocals. With Lostboycrow opening for Vérité […]

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