Monthly Archives: July 2011

Concert Tickets: Bon Iver with Other Lives at the Gibson Amphitheatre (September 20, 2011)

Apparently it’s Bon Iver Day today. We’re not exactly sure what that means but we sure like the idea of it. In celebration of Bon Iver day his stellar, self-titled new album is only $3.99 at Amazon.com! If you don’t own this album, you should probably take advantage of this amazing deal to own one […]

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Hot New Music: Washed Out “Within And Without” — Album Review

After two amazing EPs, Washed Out has finally dropped a full-length studio album: Within And Without. Washed Out (aka Atlanta’s, Ernest Greene) first caught people’s attention back in 2009 after placing some bedroom-recorded tunes on MySpace, which would later appear on the notable and first Life of Leisure EP. It’s here that fans began to […]

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Contest Win Tickets to Global Soul with Rickey Minor & Stevie Wonder at the Hollywood Bowl (July 24, 2011)

Hot damn this is going to be an awesome Hollywood Bowl experience! Win tickets to Global Soul on Sunday July 24 featuring: Rickey Minor, Stevie Wonder, Sharon Jones, Janelle Monáe, Charles Bradley, Grace Potter, Rocky Dawuni, Ceci Bastida, Mia Doi Todd, Bombino, The Soul Seekers and more! Global Soul with Rickey Minor, Stevie Wonder, and Friends […]

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Tomorrows Tulips “Eternally Teenage” – Album Review

First of all let me start this album review by saying I LOVE THE JAPANESE MOTORS.  Unfortunately, shortly after their self-titled debut album made a splash, they got washed out to sea. Luckily, singer-guitarist-surfer Alex Knost, of the Japanese Motors is freaking back with his new band, Tomorrows Tulips. Accompanied by girlfriend Christina Keyes, the […]

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Generationals with Gardens and Villa at The Echo (July 14, 2011) – Photos & Show Review

I arrived at The Echo on Thursday July 14, 2011 about 5-10 minutes into the show and the place was already close to full. It wasn’t air tight but a solid group of people filled the room. What filled the room even more which I noticed upon arrival, was the bass. I immediately made way through the […]

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Anti-Pop Consortium Leak Four New Tracks as Part of “Tres Inexcelsius”

New York hip hop group, Anti-Pop Consortium (APC) have been tweeting clues the past couple months about their upcoming new album. With the group originally consisting of Beans, High Priest, M. Sayyid and producer Earl Blaize, the men are back with some bangin’ new tracks that just leaked! We’re not too sure if Beans is […]

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Contest: Theophilus London Meet & Greet at Amoeba Hollywood

Brooklyn rapper-singer, Theophilus London just played a bangin’ sold-out show this past Monday at the Troubadour. If you were unable to attend, he’s performing tomorrow (Wednesday, July 20th) at Amoeba Hollywood. Celebrating his new album Timez Are Weird These Days, out July 19th on Warner Bros. Records, Amoeba will also be streaming this special live […]

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Contest: Win Tickets to Alkaline Trio at the Glass House (July 23, 2011)

Alkaline Trio are headed the the Glass House this Saturday, July 23 in celebration of their eighth studio album, Damnesia. Alkaline Trio will be supported by The Smoking Popes and Dead Country. Guess what? We have tickets to give away!!! Duh. Here’s How You Win Tickets! You must have a Twitter or Facebook to enter […]

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Gregory Attonito “Natural Disaster” – Album Review

I have never heard the Bouncing Souls before this week. Heard of ‘em.  Never heard ‘em. Not sure how that happened, probably bad timing — just as these guys were getting a name for themselves, that third wave of punk bands that directly preceded them weren’t my taste.  Anyway, somehow I missed them.  My understanding […]

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Contest: Win Tickets to Daniel Johnston at the El Rey Theatre (July 22, 2011)

It’s been a couple years since we last experienced Daniel Johnston live with his show back in 2009 at the Music Box. With the simplest and most sincere lyrics, Daniel Johnston has won the hearts and respect of musicians and fans all over the world. His touching documentary, “The Devil and Daniel Johnston” graced our […]

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