Monthly Archives: September 2014

Win Tickets to Baauer and Boys Noize at Club Nokia

Club Nokia will have Los Angeles dancing next week on Friday, October 3rd featuring the bass and trap producer Baauer, and the electronic music producer Boys Noize. The duo have teamed up for a set of US shows on their Run X Tour, and a song they both collaborated on titled, “Fire Like This”. The […]

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The Blood Brothers announce show date at the Observatory Santa Ana

Get stoked Southern California, The Blood Brothers have announced a headlining show date at the Observatory in Santa Ana! If you missed their incredible reunion show at last month’s FYF Fest (photos & review), we highly recommend you mark you calendars and set your alarms for this ferocious performance. The Blood Brothers will headline the […]

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Album Preview: Damien Rice’s “My Favourite Faded Fantasy” gets the Rick Rubin treatment

Something as powerful and emotionally taxing as Damien Rice’s first new material in eight years shouldn’t be something that you can access via Spotify. It just feels wrong. Don’t get me wrong, I love Spotify. It is one of the only unnecessary bills I pay monthly. But Rice’s single “I Don’t Want to Change You” […]

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Win Tickets to Pleasure Leftists at Jewels Catch One

The Cleveland post-punk band, Pleasure Leftists, have scheduled a show at the historical Jewel’s Catch One on Friday, October 3rd. If you miss hearing some old school post-punk à la Joy Division, equipped with quivering feline vocals, then this show is not one to miss! Supporting Pleasure Leftists will be the punk bands DARK BLUE (Philadelphia), Institute […]

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Lana Del Rey announces two concerts at Hollywood Forever Cemetery

Lana Del Rey has announced two headlining performance dates at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery on Friday, Oct. 17 and Saturday, Oct. 18! Yesterday, Lana Del Rey had a short-lived fan presale for both shows. If you missed the boat on the presale, you best set your alarms for the general on-sale this Saturday, Sept. 27 […]

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Everything All The Time: An Interview with Burger Records’ Sean Bohrman

Interview feature by Emily Saex Since 2007 Burger Records has quickly snowballed into one of the most influential record labels in Southern California. With a D.I.Y. ethos and pure enthusiasm for music and supporting bands, there is no denying its integral place at the forefront of the Southern California music scene. Label co-founders Sean Bohrman […]

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La Roux transforms the Fonda Theatre into an upbeat “Sexotheque”

Tuesday night, English synthpop export La Roux rocked The Fonda Theatre like gangbusters. Where Kylie Minogue left things with European dance pop, La Roux picked it up and has taken it to another level. What you get with La Roux on album is surprisingly close to what you get on stage. Singer Elly Jackson’s vocal […]

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H.R. at the Whiskey A Go Go: Pay to Cum, but don’t pay-to-play

Photo by Jon Tamkin H.R. is like Sasquatch. He pops up from time-to-time to play a show and everyone I talk to about it is always “so bummed I missed him”.  Well, H.R. popped up again this past Friday at The Whisky A Go Go. He’s the rarest of punk legends because it doesn’t seem […]

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Win tickets to the SOLD OUT George Fest at Fonda Theatre

The Best Fest and Jameson are delivering yet another superb showcase of music to celebrate the life of a legendary musician. This Sunday, Sept. 28 the first-ever George Fest: A Night to Celebrate the Music of George Harrison will take place at the Fonda Theatre. Curated in partnership with the Harrison Estate, the evening’s line-up […]

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Lykke Li brings out the hopeless romantic in fans at Hollywood Palladium

The Swedish Indie Pop sensation, Lykke Li played to an energetic crowd at the Hollywood Palladium last night. She took to the dimly lit stage as the moody bass echoed through the audience. Known for her desperately sad leaning songs about love found and then lost, Li has garnered quite a loyal following of hopeless romantics. […]

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