Monthly Archives: July 2011

Mariachi El Bronx Offer New Track “48 Roses” Download off their New Album

Good news for fans of Mariachi El Bronx (the alter-ego of L.A. punk rockers The Bronx), the boys are set to release their sophomore album, Mariachi El Bronx (II) via ATO on August 2. The band teamed up once again with John Avila, former member of Oingo Boingo, to co-produce the album, which was recorded […]

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What Cool Shows Are Going On This Week in L.A.? (July 7 – July 10, 2011)

We don’t post every show that’s going on every night (in or around LA) we just post the goods according to our collective knowledge. We’re music elitists at heart but we try our best to keep an open palette of taste with an affinity towards underground, indie and local musicians and venues. Let us know […]

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Presale Password: Beirut at the Greek Theatre (Oct. 4, 2011)

In celebration of their their third studio album, The Rip Tide, Santa Fe, New Mexico’s Beirut will be hitting the road for a big world tour! Beirut will grace Los Angeles with their new tunes on October 4, 2011 at the Greek Theatre. Beirut at the Greek Theatre Tuesday October 4, 2011 $30-$38.50 + service […]

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Presale Password: The Vaccines with Tennis at the Music Box (Sept. 13, 2011)

We caught the Vaccine’s L.A. debut at the Satellite back in January and since then the blokes have released their debut album What Did You Expect From The Vaccines and have been touring up a storm. If you missed any of their recent L.A. performances, here’s your chance to check them out again! The Vaccines […]

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Concert Tickets: Devendra Banhart at Bootleg Theater and 55 Degree Wine Bar

A favorite amongst the Grimy Goods staff, Devendra Banhart has booked two intimate shows in Los Angeles this July! Presented by Fold, Devendra will play the 55 Degree Wine Bar on Friday, July 15 and the Bootleg Theater on Thursday, July 21. Tickets for both events on sale to the general public this Friday, July 8 […]

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Mumford & Sons Debut a New Track off their Sophomore Album

Mumford & Sons at the Railroad Revival Tour – Photo by Wei Shi Mumford & Sons have been previewing some new music on their recent tours. We saw them a couple months ago at the Railroad Revival Tour in San Pedro where we were teased with new tunes and now you can hear a new […]

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Okkervil River, Titus Andronicus, New Villager at the Wiltern (June 23, 2011) – Show Review & Photos

Surprisingly, the Wiltern was not packed this past June 23, 2011 as Okkervil River, Titus Andronicus and Brooklyn newbies, New Villager took the stage for what I thought would be a jam-packed show. Perhaps it was the week’s competition of touring bands in Los Angeles that thinned out the crowd. Regardless, it was a great […]

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Hot New Music: Shabazz Palaces “Black Up” — Album Review

Photo: Shabazz Palaces at the Troubadour – by Ben Irwin As the first hip-hop group signed to indie-rock heavy-hitters Sup Pop, Shabazz Palaces brings a new psychedelic style to hip-hop. Free off all the bullshit, hype and wannabe pop infused crap, Shabazz Palaces’ debut album, Black Up totally tears away at traditional hip-hop vibes to […]

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The Postelles with Kitten at The Echo – Photos & Show Review

An early set time of 7:30 p.m. for opening band, Pageants, meant early arrival at The Echo on June 28, 2011, as I did not want to miss a thing (cue Aerosmith here). I was one of the few at this point with a beer in hand and the booth seating along the side of […]

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Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. “It’s a Corporate World” – Album Review

Some things are inarguable: the earth is round, the atomic weight of Oxygen is 15.9994, the square on the hypotenuse is equal to the sum of the squares on the other two sides. Try arguing these details and you will end up with an egg on your face. Other things not so much. It is […]

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