Monthly Archives: September 2014

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Hot Band Alert: Electric Youth — Stream debut album Innerworld

Toronto and L.A.-based synth duo, Electric Youth have created a stunning debut album titled Innerworld and it’s ready for the world to hear. The album set for release Sept. 30th via Secretly Canadian / Last Gang Records is now available for you to stream in all its entirety before its official release date. With soothing 80s […]

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Win Tickets to Pinback with Tera Melos at The El Rey Theatre

San Diego indie prog rockers Pinback are ready to tear up the El Rey Theatre stage on Friday, October 3.  The band, including long time members Rob Crow and Zach Smith, will be celebrating the ten year anniversary of their 2004 Touch and Go Records classic, Summer in Abaddon, by playing the album in its […]

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Meshell Ndegeocello knocks out stunning performance at Apogee Studio

In a very intimate setting set up for a few chosen ones, last night, KCRW hosted a night to enjoy singer songwriter Meshell Ndegeocello up close and personal at their “Apogee Sessions”. Hosted by Chris Douridas, the music gathering took place at Apogee Studio, the private recording studio of legendary producer/mixer, Bob Clearmountain and Apogee Electronics. These […]

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Brazil’s legendary Caetano Veloso gives superb performance at Hollywood Bowl featuring Andrew Bird and Devendra Banhart

Trying our best to hold on to summer we headed to the Hollywood Bowl for a night of smooth sounds for the legendary Brazilian singer song-writer, Caetano Veloso. This icon went back to his roots performing mostly songs of his new album Abracaco (big hug) with touches of rock ‘n’ roll accompanied with a stellar cast of […]

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BEDROCKtoberfest goes out with ferocious bang from Head Wound City

BEDROCKtoberfest went off this past Saturday at Bedrock LA in Echo Park. Nick Zinner, the guitarist of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs handpicked this year’s acts to include Cherry Glazerr, Deap Vally, Black Sabbitch, DJ Soft Touch and his very own shredful and recently reunited supergroup, Head wound City. There was even a bunch of magic […]

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Win Tickets to The Felice Brothers at The Roxy

Hailing from Upstate New York, The Felice Brothers bare a special blend of rowdy blues-folk-roots rock sounds that will have you hollering and stomping along to every song.  The band will be headlining The Roxy on Wednesday, October 1, a tour stop in support of 2014 album Favorite Waitress, which is their first release on […]

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Sunset Strip Music Festival Day 2: Out with the old, in with the new

After lamenting the demise of the Sunset Strip in my review of day one, I took note of the fact that lineups between day one and day two were perfectly crafted for two very different types of audience. While day one catered to rock and roll purists, day two focused on the future of music […]

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The Best Concerts in Los Angeles – September 22 – 28

Photo by Tamea Agle The best concerts happening in Los Angeles, Orange County and more neighboring cities are all here on Grimy Goods’ custom show list. While keeping it selective, we’ve handpicked shows from all genres to satisfy your musical palette. The show listings with hot pink hearts are our top show picks. Let us […]

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Beck ramps up energy at Orpheum with mix of old classics and new grooves

Over the course of two hours on an evening out at The Orpheum Theatre, it becomes quite clear how wide-ranging the musical stylings of Beck really are. Looking dapper in a black suit jacket and pants, the 44-year old hometown hero played through a lot of stuff from his most recent release Morning Phase before […]

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Win Tickets to Merchandise at The Echoplex

Tampa, Florida’s Merchandise are on tour now in support of their 2014 album release After The End – an album we highly recommend and they will be headlining The Echoplex on Saturday, September 27th which we also suggest you check out. The band slips fluidly between musical genres every album – from noise pop to […]

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