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Photos: Iceage with Surfbort and The Black Lips at The Regent

Iceage, Surfbort and The Black Lips took over The Regent last week for quite the eventful night of live music. The energy of the three bands was phenomenal. Their unique combination offered such an enveloping and rugged sound that fused perfectly together. Together, all three bands were essentially one big powerhouse. Unfortunately, the crowd was […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
LOVE YOU DOWN
WARPAINT to celebrate 15 years at SWIMM’s Love You Down at Echo / Echoplex

SWIMM’S Love You Down returns with a very special event schedule for two nights, February 7 and 8 at the Echo and Echoplex. The third annual Love You Down will feature SWIMM and Warpaint. This special Love You Down will celebrate the 15-year anniversary of Warpaint! With Love You Down being all about supporting the LA […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Ty Segall at Teragram Ballroom - Photo: ZB Images
Ty Segall, Imaad Wasif and more to play California Fire Relief Benefit at Zebulon

If you’ve been wanting to help out with some California fire relief, here’s another one of many ways you can help. Ty Segall will be heading a California Fire Relief Benefit at Zebulon on Wednesday, November 28. What better way to enjoy some kick-ass live music than knowing that proceeds will go support a good cause. Joining […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Ian Wayne
Premiere: Ian Wayne’s New Album is a Cynical Delight

The cynicism of Ian Wayne’s new album is evident from its title. A Place Where Nothing Matters is out today and deals with hopelessness and disinterest via unique songwriting that feels more like poetry than lyrics. This LP follows his lofi At Home EP from last summer, which itself was a reinvention of his career; he […]

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EE Beyond
Premiere: Watch EE Beyond Roar in “Dreamer’s Howl” Video

For a relatively unknown project, the persona of EE Beyond has found a bold and distinct niche. Following in the footsteps of artists like Erykah Badu and Lauryn Hill, the LA-based artist born Elaine Faye reckons with her life through music. Her debut EP, Watercolor Lies, is packed with societal commentary and personal experiences, speaking […]

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Zoe Elaine |



Kikagaku Moyo
Tokyo psych shredders Kikagaku Moyo return to LA with a headline date at The Regent

Japan’s Kikagaku Moyo are back in Los Angeles with a headline show date at the Regent in Downtown LA scheduled for Wednesday, March 6. If you’ve never seen the ripping badass grooves of Kikagaku Moyo, you’re truly missing out. All fans of pscheldic rock and beyond need to add Kikagaku Moyo at the Regent to […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Petit Biscuit at Fonda Theatre
Petit Biscuit celebrates his birthday with a smashing performance at Fonda Theatre, Hollywood

Well into the last leg of the Presence North America tour, Petit Biscuit played the first of two shows at the Fonda in Los Angeles Saturday night. The French Moroccan DJ and producer, Mehdi Benjelloun, had much to celebrate besides the sold out show. Not only was November 10 the one-year-anniversary of the release of […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
dido wiltern
Dido returns with new album and tour dates including the Wiltern, Los Angeles

Dido has announced a Los Angeles tour date at the Wiltern! Touring in support of her first new album in five years, Dido willl headline the Wiltern on Tuesday, June 25. Her new album ‘Still On My Mind’ is set for release March 8 via BMG. This will be Dido’s first tour in 15 years. In addition […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Mountain Man at the Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever shot by Danielle Gornbein
Mountain Man gift fans at Masonic Lodge with a magical performance full

In light of the terrible fires happening around Los Angeles this week, folks found solace at the Masonic Lodge inside the Hollywood Forever Cemetery this past Friday night. The lovely trio, Mountain Man, sold out the venue for one of two nights. Comprised of Molly Erin Sarle, Alexandra Sauser-Monnig, and Sylvan Esso’s Amelia Meath, Mountain […]

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Danielle Gornbein |
Mitski evolves beautifully to the big stage at Wiltern, Los Angeles

Halfway through the week listeners gathered at LA’s own Wiltern theater for a relative night of music. The sold–out show was for emo-indie rock goddess, Mitski. Stopping along her hefty U.S. tour in support of her fifth record, Be The Cowboy, Mitski proved her belonging once again. Along for support on tour was electronic duo, […]

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Danielle Gornbein |