Monthly Archives: April 2011

Edward Sharp and the Magnetic Zeros at Railroad Revival Tour Photos Review San Pedro13
Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros at the Railroad Revival Tour – Show Review & Photo Gallery

“This train is bound for glory!” The Railroad Revival Tour rolled through San Pedro this past Friday, April 22, 2011. All aboard this gospel-like train were three extraordinary live performers: Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros, Mumford and Sons, and Old Crow Medicine Show. Traveling exclusively in vintage railcars, the three bands journeyed across the […]

The Big 4 Photos Metallica-Slayer-Anthrax-Megadeth25
Big 4 with Metallica, Slayer, Megadeth & Anthrax – Photo Gallery & Review

With just a week after Coachella, the inaugural Big 4 Festival made its way to the Empire Polo Fields trading out a  horde of hipsters, posers and celebrities for some die hard metal fans of all shapes, sizes and colors. Bringing together four of the most legendary heavy metal acts; Metallica, Slayer, Megadeth and Anthrax […]

Alberta Cross Tuesday Night Residency at the Satellite in May

Alberta Cross are some seriously dope shit and we’re stoked to hear that they’re hot British accents are moving all the way from New York (by way of London) to make our grand city of Angels their new home. To celebrate the move, Alberta Cross will be playing a Tuesday night residency this May at […]

Those Darlins Photos at the Satellite07
Those Darlins at the Satellite (April 19, 2011) – Photo Gallery & Review

Those Darlins played a slammin’ show this past Tuesday, April 19, 2011 at the Satellite. Serving up a sweaty platter of garage pop mixed in with some whiskey soaked country blues, the girls quickly steamed up the dance floor. The band was on the last legs of their tour in support of their new album, […]

Old Crow Medicine Show at Railroad Revival Tour Photos Review San Pedro14
Old Crow Medicine Show at the Railroad Revival Tour – Photo Gallery

Due to the horrid parking situation and 20-minute hike to the venue once I did find parking, I unfortunately arrived at the Railroad Revival Tour as Old Crow Medicine Show was ending their set. Super bummed! But our photographer was there from the beginning and captured some awesome photos of Old Crow’s performance. Check out […]

The Royal Bangs-SXSW-Waterloo-2011-Photos
Contest: Win Tickets to Royal Bangs with Superhumanoids and Therapies Son at the Echo

Photo by Sandra Burciaga for Grimy Goods: Royal Bangs at SXSW, Waterloo Records This is our top show pick of the night this Friday. With out a doubt each of the bands performing are kick-ass and totally unique. The Royal Bangs can really “bang” it out with heavy guitars and electro keys. Not to mention […]

Sandy |
Winds of Plague – “Against The World” – Album Review

If there is one thing that Winds of Plague excels at, it is continuously blurring the lines between metal and hardcore. Their new album Against The World is another showing of how well they can accomplish this. The six-piece hailing from California shows that, though uncommon, symphonic elements can be successfully presented in a deathcore […]

Hollywood Bowl Presale: Serge Gainsbourg Tribute, The National, Neko Case & More

Photo: The National @ Fox Theater Pomona by Wei Shi Summer is right around the corner and a plethora of summer shows and music festivals are already flooding Los Angeles. One of the most highly anticipated series of shows is the LA Philharmonic’s Hollywood Bowl Summer season of amazing outdoor concerts. Get ready because presale for […]

Concert Tickets: The Mountain Goats at the El Rey Theatre (June 23, 2011)

The Mountain Goats are coming to Los Angeles with a headlining show at the El Rey Theatre on June 23, 2011. With an eclectic mix of singer-songwriter indie rock, The Mountain Goats are touring in support of their new album, All Eternals Deck released March 29, 2011 via Merge. This will be the 13th album […]

Low “C’mon” — Album Review

It’s been three years since Low released Drums and Guns, and now the trio is back with their latest title C’mon. Apparently, it’s the shortest title of any Low album since they first originated in 1993. C’mon is actually a very lax album filled with ten tracks of low-key melodic songs. Comprised of a husband […]

Page 1 of 712345...Last »