Monthly Archives: January 2014

Hot Band Alert: Mainland

NYC based proto-punk, garage-pop group, Mainland‘s self released The Shiner EP is set to drop on February 25, and the journey to get there has been an interesting one. In the wake of the untimely passing of his father, singer/guitarist Jordan Topf, pulled the money together for a van (keep a lookout for their ONLY.NY sticker […]

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Win Tickets to Reggie and The Full Effect at The Satellite – January 30, 2014

Reggie and the Full Effect have been a mysterious band. They have cryptic bios, tall tales, faked deaths, and countless rumors. With the release of their newest album Songs Not To Get Married To, James Dewees reveals the truth behind all the madness. This album is said to be his latest masterpiece, that is more […]

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Moving Units will headline the Roxy this March in support of new album

L.A,’s premiere indie-dance-punks, Moving Units are headlining the Roxy on Friday, March 28. Moving Units are touring in support of new full-length record, Neurotic Exotic hitting which was released September 10 via Metropolis Records. You can download their new single “Kate Moss in ’97” below! We last caught Moving Units at the Echo and the Glass House […]

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The Entrance Band bring their wild swirls of psych to the Roxy this March

For those out there who haven’t heard of the Los Angeles band, The Entrance Band, you’ve been missing out on a gem. The band resembles the seductive sounds of 1960’s bands such as Jefferson Airplane, Pink Floyd, and The Doors. Hardly any vocals are heard by vocalist Guy Blakeslee, but that isn’t necessary when your […]

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Photos: together Pangea rip up the Smell for their Badillac record release show

Together Pangea took over the Smell last night, for their sold-out Badillac record release show. The powerhouse of a show was full of sweat, stage diving, and screaming fans, the perfect recipe for a hell of a rock concert. WAND, the Aquadolls, and the Audacity, pumped up the crowd as each performance overtook the audience by force! There […]

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How To Dress Well Returns to Los Angeles with a show at the Roxy

The elusive How To Dress Well (aka Tom Krell) is making his way to Los Angeles for a performance at the Roxy Theatre on Tuesday, March 18. It’s been quite some time since L.A. was graced with the entrancing experimental r&b and rich falsettos of How To Dress Well. We last caught How To Dress […]

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Win Tickets to Dum Dum Girls (SOLD OUT) Show at The Echo

L.A.’s beloved garage rock/dream pop babes, Dum Dum Girls are back! The band is set to release their newest album Too True on Sub Pop Records on Tuesday, January 28 and will be headlining The Echo for their record release show the same day. This marks the group’s first full length studio album since 2011’s Only […]

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Win Tickets to An Evening with Mayer Hawthorne at Sonos Studio

While Mayer Hawthorne may be headlining the Hollywood Palladium on Friday, Jan. 31st, we have an exclusive invite-only event to invite you to that you won’t want to miss. To celebrate his first GRAMMY nomination, the multi-talented Mayer Hawthorne will be at Sonos Studio this Thursday, Jan. 23 for a Q&A discussion that explores the […]

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Stream Mac DeMarco’s new song, “Passing Out Pieces”

Mac DeMarco at FYF — Photo by Monique Hernandez for Grimy Goods Mac DeMarco is readying the release of his second full-length record, Salad Days, the follow up to his 2012 release, Mac DeMarco 2. After performing at FYF this past year, DeMarco gained a whole new batch of fans with his “jizzy jazz” rock […]

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James Vincent McMorrow books a special performance at the Roxy

Get ready to swoon ladies and gents, Irish singer and songwriter, James Vincent McMorrow is making his way to Los Angeles for a very special and intimate performance at the Roxy Theatre on Monday, March 17. McMorrow’s acclaimed debut album, Early in the Morning, reached # 1, went platinum and picked up a Choice Music […]

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