Monthly Archives: January 2015

a-trak
A-Trak and Com Truise to perform free show at Echoplex

Converse Rubber Tracks is putting on yet another exceptional free show in Los Angeles. Do not miss A-Trak on Friday, Feb. 6th at the Echoplex as he takes the stage with two incredible supporting acts, Com Truise and Body Language. Most recently, last week to be exact, Converse Rubber Tracks put on a wild hip […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Body-Language
Listen to Body Language’s addictive new single “Really Love”

In celebration of their forthcoming February tour, Brooklyn-based electropop outfit Body Language have dropped a most addictive single that will be on repeat for days. “Really Love” by Body Language is a sexy bombastic dance banger full of those classic bass drops and buildups — however, unlike most EDM bangers, there is nothing douchey about […]

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avid-dancer
Win a Meet & Greet and Signed Vinyl EP From Avid Dancer at The Echo February Residency

We last caught Avid Dancer (aka Jacob Dillan Summers) this past year playing L.A.’s top notch underground venues as well as opening up for larger acts such as Warpaint. Now the psych-electro-pop outfit are taking to the stage to headline a weekly residency at The Echo, every Monday night in February, and we’re sure every night […]

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Win Tickets to Lettuce at the El Rey Theatre

Coming in from Boston, Massachusetts is the funk band, Lettuce. Having crossed paths at a music program at Berklee College of Music, the band gained momentum by performing around various jazz clubs in their hometown. Fast forward to 2015, Lettuce has released four albums including a live album recorded in Tokyo. Come on down to jam […]

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The Sonics
The Sonics to release first album in 48 years, listen to new single “Bad Betty”

When most old school rockers come back to cut an album decades after their prime, their new music just doesn’t hit that same sweet spot. We saw it with the New York Dolls, we saw it with Iggy Pop, even the Stones — however, the Tacoma Washington garage-soul legends, The Sonics are back with a new […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
misfits
Misfits to perform three different albums across three nights at The Observatory

Fans of the iconic horror rock group, Misfits, you will not want to miss out on this! This Misfits have announced three back-to-back dates at The Observatory in Santa Ana where the band will perform three of it’s best albums in all their entirety. The trifecta of shows will kick off on Thursday, June 18th […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
saosin
Saosin shed blood at intense performance at the Observatory Santa Ana

There was blood shed Monday night at The Observatory in Santa Ana. The newly reunited Saosin, featuring frontman Anthony Green and the entire original lineup pulled in a packed house of early Saosin fans. Right off the bat, the band was was going crazy on stage, and like that nasty flu that’s going around, Saosin’s intense stage energy […]

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Grimy Goods |
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Warpaint announce performance date at The Roxy

Warpaint have announced an intimate performance date at The Roxy on Sunday, February 8th! After playing to a sold-out packed house at the Echoplex this past November for Red Bull’s #30DaysInLA, Warpaint are ready to make their psychedelic jam band magic once again for their hometown of Los Angeles. Warpaint released their highly acclaimed self-titled […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
the two tens
Hot Band Alert: Dynamic Los Angeles rock duo The Two Tens set to release Volume 3 EP

Dynamic Los Angeles rock duo The Two Tens, aka Adam Bones (guitar/vocals) and Rikki Styxx (drums), are set to release Volume 3 EP, the third of their four volume garage-punk assemblage, on February 10th (2/10!). The duo originally played together in the band Adam Bones but when that band began to falter, they realized that it […]

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José González announces second show date at The Regent

José González has announced a second show date at The Regent scheduled for Thursday, April 30th. After selling out his first show date at The Regent (April 29th) a second performance had to be booked to supply the demand of fans wanting to see the Swedish folk singer live. Ask and you shall receive! González […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |