Monthly Archives: March 2015

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Brian Fest honors hits, deep cuts of Brian Wilson’s catalog

Wayne Coyne of Flaming Lips Monday night, a bevy of talented musicians joined together to honor Brian Wilson at the Fonda Theatre in an effort to raise money for the charity Sweet Relief Musicians Fund. This has become a yearly tradition sponsored by Jameson Irish whiskey, having previously honored the likes of The Rolling Stones, […]

Kitten go punk with new song “Big Dope Baby”

Los Angeles band, Kitten have shared a wild new song titled “Big Dope Baby,” and to our pleasant surprise, the song is a full on punk song! Justin L. Raisen and Jerry James collaborated with Kitten on the new track. Known for their catchy electro pop, Kitten has all the elements of a punk song […]

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The 45 Best Los Angeles Concerts This April

TV on the Radio No good concerts this month in Los Angeles folks. Sorry, check back next month. April Fools! We’re just kidding, there’s a plethora of badass shows to check out as the busy Coachella fueled side shows are ruling the lay of the land this April. Whether you’re attending Coachella or not, you’ll […]

Refused to headline The Roxy West Hollywood and The Observatory Santa Ana

Refused are back in Los Angeles with an intimate show date scheduled for May 26 at The Roxy! The band has announced a small club tour run scheduled for May 25 – June 5 of this year. As previously reported, Refused will headline the Punk Rock Bowling Festival in Las Vegas on May 24. Directly […]

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The Rolling Stones Announce 15-Stadium North American “Zip Code Tour”

Photo by Dave J Hogan/Getty Images The Rolling Stones have announced their “ZIP CODE” tour. A few weeks ago, rumours of a 2015 Rolling Stones tour were circling around the interwebs, and now the rumour has become a fact. The tour will kick off on May 24 at Petco Park in San Diego and take […]

Win tickets to Death Cab For Cutie at iHeartRadio Theater L.A.

Death Cab For Cutie have a new album out today titled KINTSUGI, and to celebrate the release the band will be performing a special show at the intimate iHeartRadio Theater L.A. This is the eighth studio album for Death Cab, and their first in four years. The 11-track record features Death Cab’s new hit single, “Black […]

Win Tickets to Marching Church at Jewel’s Catch One

Elias B. Rønnenfelt, frontman of Danish post-punk outfit Iceage has kept his side project Marching Church on the backburner since 2010. He gathered the full live lineup in 2013 with fellow members Kristian Emdal, Anton Rothstein, Cæcilie Trier, Bo H. Hansen and Frederikke Hoffmeier and now their new album This World Is Not Enough is […]

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Mumford and Sons are playing two shows at The Roxy

If you were one of the many people to miss out on tickets to Mumford and Sons’ last-minute show tonight at The Roxy, you still have a chance to score tickets to their second performance date at The Roxy. Mumford and Sons are also playing The Roxy on Tuesday, March 31st. So be sure to […]

Fashion and Fun at Burgerama 4 at The Observatory

Now that you’ve seen all of our live coverage from both day one and day two of Burgerama, it’s time to share our fashion and fan photo gallery. Not only is Burgerama a place to rock out to some of your favorite bands, it’s also a place to show off your style. Whether you’re into […]

Burgerama 4 delivers a successful festival weekend full of good music and good vibes

In it’s fourth year, Burgerama has evolved to represent a hot bed mashup of angst-y teen culture and retro musical resurgence. Pulling in a line-up that impresses with it’s musical diversity (Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Dengue Fever to Ty Segall) and inspires with its up and coming greats (The Garden, Michael Rault to Jacco Gardner). But what Burgerama really […]

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