Monthly Archives: November 2014

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Ariel Pink shows his Pom Pom at the Regent Theater (and then some)

Upon entering the Regent a voice on the PA is chanting, “Only men fall in love. Only men fall in love…” This obscure piece of new wave seemed fitting for a pre-Pink playlist; an esoteric Home Services track off of a 1981 single complete with phallical imagery and a strange, hypnotic, male-centric refrain that skirts […]

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Fleetwood Mac rock The Forum like it’s 1979

In order to see Fleetwood Mac at The Forum on Friday night, I had to give up my New Year’s Eve so that someone else would cover my shift on short notice at my full-time job. After seeing them play nearly three hours on the first of two nights at The Forum, I can say […]

30 Best Los Angeles Concerts This December

Angel Olsen – Photo by Monique Hernandez ‘Tis the season to be jolly! Why you ask? Well sure, holiday fever is already in full swing, but more importantly there are a ton of awesome shows that you won’t want to miss – from living legends like Chrissie Hynde and Fleetwood Mac to the best players […]

Win Tickets to Angel Olsen at the El Rey Theatre

  Our folk rock sweetheart, Angel Olsen will be headlining a show at the El Rey Theatre on Thursday, December 4th! The singer-songwriter already has a sold out show at the Silent Movie Theatre, which doesn’t surprise us since she swept us off our feet with her critically acclaimed album, Burn Fire For No Witness. […]

Win Tickets to Ghost Brothers of Darkland County at the Saban Theatre

  Bringing you a night of gothic, supernatural drama on Thursday, December 4 at the Saban Theatre will be The Ghost Brothers of Darkland County, written by the legendary horror author, Stephen King. The musical combines themes of fraternal love, lust, jealousy, and revenge produced over the course of 16 years. The stage will feature […]

Your Favorite Bands As Thanksgiving Foods

Arcade Fire Roasted Turkey — Since 1621, Thanksgiving has been celebrated with a nice juicy turkey as the main course. Over the years, Arcade Fire has become the main course of indie music. And just like turkey, if you have an overload of Arcade Fire, it can sometimes make you sleepy and feeling guilty. Stuffing […]

Win Tickets to Alex Clare at the Belasco Theater

Kicking off December with a night of R&B and electronic music will be the British singer-songwriter Alex Clare! Known for his catchy single, “Too Close”, Clare has returned with a headlining show at the Belasco Theater on Monday, December 1st in support of his second album, Three Hearts. Joining Clare onstage will be the uprising […]

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Tegan and Sara share unreleased “When I Get Up” from 10th anniversary of So Jealous

It’s quite hard to believe when you realize Tegan and Sara‘s “So Jealous” album is nearly 10 years old. The indie rock done good sisters are commemorating it with a 10th anniversary deluxe edition of the album to be released on Dec. 23, called So Jealous X. The deluxe album will include additional material like […]

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Justin Timberlake provides a cure for the Mondays with exhilarating performance at The Forum

The last week of November is one that is usually looked forward to by a large majority of Americans. Thanksgiving is just a few days away, which means for most students, a full week off from school and for most adults, a shortened work week. For anyone that was still not satisfied, Justin Timberlake’s performance […]

Roses shine at Bootleg HiFi with all the best sounds of the 80s

This past Sunday we ventured to the Bootleg HiFi to check out Roses’ free November residency. The trio comprised of Marc Steinberg on vocals and keys, Juan Velasquez (of Abe Vigoda) on Guitar and Victor Harrera on Bass, sounded great live. With tight arrangements, Roses exuded some catchy pop and 80s influences. Marc Steinberg’s vocals […]

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