Monthly Archives: September 2014

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57 Best Los Angeles Concerts This October

Queens of The Stone Age — Photo by Monique Hernandez It’s Rocktober ladies and gents, the month before we go into a holiday slump. But before shows begin to slow their roll, take advantage of the flurry of concert activity and go out with a bang this October! There’s a little bit of everything going on […]

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Win Tickets to Com Truise at the El Rey Theatre

Seth Hayes aka Com Truise is back in L.A. for his Fall tour before hitting the road again for a tour with Tycho later on this year. The chillwave producer known mainly for his ’80s personal touch of synthesizers, will headline the El Rey Theatre on Saturday, October 4th. We last caught him earlier in […]

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Small turnout induces lackluster show for Temples, Fever The Ghost and Wampire at the Fonda

Last night was a fairly disappointing night of music at the Fonda Theatre with English psych band Temples. The show was far from sold out, leaving plenty of room to move about. I loved Temples’ debut album, Sun Structures, and I had really high expectations for the four-piece band, unfortunately their performance fell flat and […]

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Thom Yorke Releases New Album “Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes” Via BitTorrent

Radiohead at Fonda Theatre Benefit for Haiti — Photo by Lindsey Best Early this week Thom Yorke teased what appeared to be a new album in the works. Today, he has released Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes. The album is available exclusively via file-sharing platform BitTorrent. Check out the video for “A Brain In A Bottle” below. The album is […]

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Win Tickets to Ben Kweller at The Roxy

The singer-songwriter Ben Kweller is back in Los Angeles with a headlining show at the Roxy on Friday, October 3rd. Since an early age, Kweller was surrounded with music, especially when his father taught him how to play the drums by rehearsing songs by The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, and The Hollies. At the age of […]

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Watch The Preatures’ surfing inspired video for “Somebody’s Talking”

I’ve been fortunate enough to hear The Preatures perform their new single “Somebody’s Talking” three times this year. The downside is that it’s made the anticipation of the single’s release nearly become the end of me. Luckily, not only has the single officially dropped, but the Sydney, Australia rockers have also pushed out a video […]

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Win a Two Boots Dinner-for-2 & Tickets to a Show at The Echo/Echoplex

Hungry? Have the urge to rock out? Well look no further! Bust out those stretchy pants and dancing shoes and get ready for this epic giveaway. Two Boots Pizza (Echo Park) and The Echo/Echoplex have teamed up with us to offer dinner-for-2 and a pair of tickets to any Echo/Echoplex show of your choice during […]

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The unstoppable Yellowman takes over Dub Club at Echoplex

Dubclub, the ongoing destination for your reggae fix in Los Angeles had the Echoplex cracking with Dancehall legend and reggae musician, Deejay Yellowman. The albino from Jamaica from growing up in an orphanage with the stigma of the color of his skin became the dancehall king during the 80’s. Although life has not been easy Yellowman […]

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Weezer announce shows at Glass House and Belasco Theater

Rejoice Weezer fans! Weezer has scheduled not one, but two upcoming concert dates in the Los Angeles area. Weezer is set to headline the Belasco Theater in downtown L.A. on Friday, Nov. 7. Additionally, Weezer will play a very intimate show at the Glass House in Pomona on Thursday, Nov. 6. At both concerts Weezer […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
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Moving Units celebrate 10th anniversary of debut album Dangerous Dreams at El Rey Theatre

Moving Units are bringing their indie dance punk to the El Rey Theatre on Friday, Dec. 5 for a very special performance. The band are celebrating the 10th anniversary of their debut album Dangerous Dreams (stream the album) which was released in 2004. Spark up that nostalgia because Moving Units will perform the entire 12-track […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |