Monthly Archives: October 2014

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40 Best Los Angeles Concerts This November

 Iceage – Photo by Trish Reyes Rocktober is gearing up to go out with a bang and the month has been a whirlwind of spectacular and spooktacular shows. November may not be quite as jam packed as October but we are counting our lucky stars because there’s still a plethora of great concerts scheduled to […]

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Win Tickets to Flatbush Zombies at the Fonda Theatre

  The Fonda Theatre will be hosting an incredible night of Brooklyn hip hop groups, The Underachievers and Flatbush Zombies. On Thursday, November 6th both groups will be sharing the stage in conjunction of their newest EP, Clockwork Indigo. Check out their song, “Butterfly Effect” down below! The Underachievers also released their debut studio album earlier […]

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Win Tickets to Mariachi El Bronx at The El Rey Theatre

Before Mariachi El Bronx came to be, the Los Angeles band, The Bronx, had been playing for five years as a hardcore punk band. Mariachi El Bronx later came to be developed in 2007 as an alter ego, successfully creating their own exciting take on mariachi music. Since then, the five piece band has released three albums, […]

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Win tickets to White Fence with Elias Rønnenfelt of Iceage at Jewels Catch One

Photo by Angela Holtzen  The Church off York is putting on another rad show you won’t want to miss! Nurse the Halloween hangover with some seriously good music. Uncle VicAid: Get Trucked…Bish is going off at Jewels Cath One this Saturday, Nov. 1st featuring live performances by White Fence, Elias Rønnenfelt (of Iceage), DJ Jamarcus, Gun […]

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Win Tickets to Electric Youth at The Roxy

You’ve probably already heard the synth-pop Canadian duo, Electric Youth. Can’t guess where? Those of you who enjoyed the ’80s soundtrack to the movie Drive, might have heard the track “A Real Hero” playing during the scene where Ryan Gosling takes Carey Mulligan out on a stroll through the L.A. river. Comprised by Austin Garrick and Bronwyn Griffin, the band […]

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6 of the Most Overrated Musician Themed Halloween

Photo by MTV Style My opinions on the following may be deemed as cynical blurbs but I assure you that I do find all of these musical figures admirable in their own right. They are critical pieces in the pop and alternative musical lexicon but unfortunately they have been used up and overworked in troves […]

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Win Tickets to The Bug at the Echoplex

Coming to the Echoplex next week, Monday, November 3rd will be the London-based producer The Bug. The mastermind behind this electronic project is Kevin Martin who also juggles a number of other musical projects including GOD, Techno Animal, Ice, and King Midas Sound, to name a few. Martin started The Bug in 1997, dropping three albums over […]

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Foo Fighters close final day of Life is Beautiful on an ultimate high

“We haven’t played here in a long f*cking time,” Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl said early on in the final performance of Life is Beautiful’s three-day festival in downtown Las Vegas. “So you know what that means? We are about to play a bunch of songs we normally don’t get to play. And we’re going […]

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Recommended Album: Joshua Worden – “Into Fog”

Album Review by  Ziv Biton Thirty seconds into Joshua Worden’s newest release, Into Fog, it is clear that this is a far more electronic affair than his previous output. A sped up hi-hat clips at Trap speed and bursts of synths sprinkle the mix like auditory fireworks. It sounds like a starry night sky blinking a […]

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Win Tickets to New Politics at the Fonda Theatre

Copenhagen’s handsome, high energy alt-rockers New Politics have opened for the likes of Pink and Fall Out Boy but now they are ready to bring down the house with a more intimate affair at the Fonda Theatre on Saturday, November 1st. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to catch New Politics’ highly anticipated Los Angeles […]

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