Monthly Archives: March 2015

WIn Tickets to Shpongle with Phutureprimitive at the Fonda Theatre

English duo, Shpongle will be bringing positive vibes with doses of bright colors, costumes, and psychedelic trance beats to the Fonda Theatre on Saturday, March 14th! Simon Posford (aka Hallucinogen) and Raja Ram 9 (of The Infinity Project) have returned to L.A. with their fifth album titled Museum of Consciousness along with DJ/producer Phutureprimitive. Check out […]

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Kali Uchis brings fans and Tyler, The Creator on stage at packed Echo show

Monday night, there was a line like I’d never seen wrapped around The Echo to see Colombian-born and Virginia-bred singer Kali Uchis. Playing to a mostly younger crowd — which undoubtedly played perfectly into the hands of her 9 p.m. start time — Kali Uchis proved to be quite a performer with a large following […]

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Inaugural Los Angeles Cumbia Festival goes “fuerte” at Aratani Theatre

In a country build out of heritage and in a city with a myriad of cultural influences, it is no surprise that diverse communities find common denominators in music and dance. The World Festival of Sacred Music taking place at the Aratani Theatre in Little Tokyo has opened its doors to find a crossroad for […]

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Win Tickets to Naomi Punk at Jewel’s Catch One

Photo Source: Captured Tracks Website Olympia, Washington’s young post-punk outfit Naomi Punk are rolling through Los Angeles for a headlining show at Jewel’s Catch One on Friday, March 13th. After respected indie label Captured Tracks caught them kicking ass and taking names live back in 2012, they were signed shortly thereafter and released the 2013 […]

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Jessica Pratt captivates The Echo on a rainy night

The rain couldn’t have picked a better night to make an appearance. Huddled in the shelter of The Echo, a packed house stared at two empty chairs on stage awaiting the arrival of Jessica Pratt. But, the reverie was slightly broken by the PA. Strange as it may seem, Moby’s “South Side” was playing as […]

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Madonna announces Rebel Heart tour with Los Angeles date at The Forum

The one and only, Madonna is going on a world tour and is making a stop in Los Angeles on October 27 at The Forum. Touring in support of her 13th full-length record, Rebel Heart, the queen of pop will take the throne once again with this 35-city tour run. Her new record is set […]

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The Best Concerts in Los Angeles featuring Broods, Viet Cong, The Districts & more

It’s March and it looks like SXSW month is bringing a lot of great bands to Los Angeles. This week’s best concerts in Los Angeles feature a variety of genres such as indie soul artist Theophilus London, punk icon HR of Bad Brains, indie pop duo Broods, hip hop artist A$AP Ferg, folk singer, Brandi […]

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Recommended: Tomás Pagán Motta shines on debut solo album

Often times, solo records from lead singers are problematic. Often losing the chemistry that made a band special is lost and often times, a vocalist free from compromise make self indulgent records that lose the things that made them great. For a few years now, Singer/songwriter Tomás Pagán Motta has been making professional but less than […]

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Caribou and Koreless put fans under harmonious electronic spell at Fonda Theatre

This past Friday, Caribou and Koreless came out and put on a hell of a show at the Fonda Theatre in Hollywood. I’m not sure if the crowd was on ecstasy or if they were just extremely moved by the music. They were definitely under some kind of harmonious of a spell as they swayed […]

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Win Tickets to Electric Six at The Roxy

Photo Credit: Frank Nash Zany Detroit garage-disco rockers Electric Six are back on the road, touring in support of their October 2014 release, Human Zoo, available via Metropolis Records. The band are scheduled to headline The Roxy on Thursday, March 12th and we bet it’s gonna get wild! Kicking off this rock n’ roll fueled […]

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