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Feb. 18 – Tonight’s Best Concerts in L.A. – Isabella Rossellini, Donny Benét, Tones and I

Tonight’s best concerts in LA feature: Isabella Rossellini‘s Link Link Circus at Lodge Room; Donny Benét, Party Nails, Bonavega at The Echo; Illiterate Light (Early Show) at Moroccan Lounge; Tones and I at Fonda Theatre and more. Take a look at all the best shows below and be sure to peep our BEST SHOWS OF THE […]

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Des Rocs lead a guitar rock hat-trick at the El Rey

The El Rey hosted a trio of guitar centric bands this past Tuesday. Matchstick Skeletons were first to take the stage and put on a no holds barred rock show. Everyone in the band left it all on the floor and the crowd ate it up. They were heavy and bluesy dipped in early nineties […]

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Stonefield
Stonefield blaze trails at Zebulon before European tour

The Australian sisters Findlay, of Stonefield, are back in the states touring their way to Europe. It was only a year ago when we interviewed them while they played their residency at the Bootleg and hoped for this kind of tour. They have grown quite a loyal following of fans with their heavy Sabbath-psych rock. […]

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Kerry Hart Releases Emotional and Honest New Single

With a debut album out on Valentine’s Day, Kerry Hart has already pulled on our heartstrings with her new single “Screaming Quietly,” a stirring and slow building emotional epic accompanied by softly woven instrumentals. Hart sings with body, spirit and mind in “Screaming Quietly,” a song that hides nothing and reveals humanity in our own, […]

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Valeree
L.A. singer/songwriter Valeree lies bare on new song “Dive”

Valeree, the chosen moniker for 24-year-old unsigned artist Megan Mortensen, has released her latest in a slew of singles that have made her one of the more affecting up and coming names in music right now. Her newest single, “Dive,” a cutting rock ballad that puts her heart-aching chops center stage, follows previously released “Any […]

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While You Wait For Rage Against The Machine Tickets in Los Angeles …

With Rage Against The Machine headlining at Coachella 2020, Los Angeles fans who don’t want to endure the bull shit of going to Coachella will have to wait to see Rage Against the Machine in Los Angeles. Is Rage Against The Machine going to play in Los Angeles? That’s the golden question ever since the […]

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Ambar Lucid
Ambar Lucid lets her voice be heard on new single “Story To Tell”

Ambar Lucid, the Dominican/Mexican-American singer making waves in the indie scene, has released her latest single in the form of “Story To Tell.” A bilingual pop piece fueled by Lucid’s stunning vocal work and ear for multi-cultural rhythms, the song follows her other stellar singles like “Fantasmas” and “Questioning My Mind.” It’s not just that […]

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Cyn Takes Her Angelic Voice to the Moroccan Lounge — New Single “Lonely Gun”

The latest single from Detroit-born, LA-based artist Cyn is an alarming romp, which you may have heard if you went to see Birds of Prey this past weekend. “Lonely Gun” has an erratic energy apt for the movie it soundtracked—a continuation of her recent EP in both spirit and style. Cyn will be touring this […]

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Cierra Ramirez
Cierra Ramirez Invites Us Into Her World of Pop, Releasing Title Track & Video “Over Your Head”

Cierra Ramirez is at the forefront of a new pop sound with her bold, spacious new hit “Over Your Head.” The title track to her forthcoming LP (dropping February 28th), the song and video are sensuous with a touch of audacious rebellion.  In visuals directed by Riley Robbins, a champion of both fashion film and […]

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Shopping
Shopping keep post-punk flexible with elastic electronica and grooves of All Or Nothing — LA Show at 1720

Thrumming with a kinetic-anxiousness, Los Angeles / Glasgow-based trio, Shopping has debuted the sleekest version of their queer post-punk sound on their new album All Or Nothing. Comprised of Rachel Aggs (guitar, vocals), Billy Easter (bass, vocals) and Andrew Milk (drums, vocals), the potent threesome has moved further into 80’s pop textures and electronica–which they […]

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