Monthly Archives: June 2015

Road Trippin! A West Coast Music Destination Guide for Summer 2015

Ready for a true summer adventure? Want cool things to do in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle and more fantastic West Coast cities? There’s a road trip for people that not only love all things music, but all things aural. From San Diego to Washington, we’ve come up with a list of 20 top-notch West Coast […]

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Win Tickets to Tamaryn with Mystic Braves at the Skirball Cultural Center

Tamaryn The Skirball Cultural Center, a gorgeous property located in the Sepulveda Pass just off the 405 Freeway, is hosting Into The Night, a special Summer concert series under the stars. On Friday, July 17th synth-pop goddess Tamaryn will be co-headlining with local psych-rock favorites Mystic Braves. Earlier this year we caught Tamaryn putting on a truly […]

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Win Tickets to Lord Huron at Fox Theater Pomona

The feel-good indie folk tunes of Los Angeles band Lord Huron are simply irresistible. We’ve seen them put on a helluva magnetic performance before and couldn’t be more excited to welcome them back in Southern California when they headline the Fox Theater Pomona on Thursday, July 9th. Hear songs off their new album Strange Trails […]

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Bodies fly through the air at Los Crudos’ Ukrainian Culture Center show; Alice Bag makes guest appearance

I went into last night’s Los Crudos show at the Ukrainian Culture Center knowing what to expect. I knew that if I placed myself at the front of the pit that I would most likely get kicked in the head numerous times; however, I didn’t fucking care. I knew that there would be some pretty bad […]

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Win Tickets to Son Lux at the El Rey Theatre

Alt-electronic trio Son Lux, fronted by producer-composer Ryan Lott, have been impressing us for some time, most recently with their last full length album Lanterns and their EP Alternate Worlds featuring Lorde. The band has been keeping busy and are back on the road, touring in support of their new album Bones which dropped on June 22nd via […]

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Watch Peaches’ new video “Light in Places” featuring Empress Stah and her laser butt plug; new album to feature Kim Gordon and Feist

Always thinking out of the box and pushing limits, after six years, Peaches is back with a new album. The sexually-charged electronic artist has shared a new song titled “Light in Places,” which was written for and stars UK performance artist/aerialist Empress Stah, and her pioneering laser butt plug show. The new song comes from […]

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Underworld kick off first day of summer at Hollywood Bowl with thrilling performance

For most long time aficionados of electronic music, when you hear the acronym “EDM,” you tend to cringe. Visions of bros fist-pumping to Skrillex at Electric Daisy Carnival fill the mind and make for a tainted perception of electronic dance music. Well, before “EDM” and before the electronic dance music culture became a button-pushing game, […]

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Win Tickets to Jurassic 5 at the Club Nokia

We haven’t been more excited since the last time we saw the L.A. hip hop group Jurrasic 5, reunite at the 2013 Coachella Music and Arts festival after a 6-year hiatus. Jurassic 5 is known for being part of the ’90s underground hip hop scene, cultivated in the venue, Good Life. The 6 piece later […]

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Devo: More than a One Hit Wonder – An Interview with Evie Nagy, Author of Devo’s Freedom of Choice (33 1/3 Book)

After reading author and journalist Evie Nagy’s “Devo’s Freedom of Choice” (part of the 33 1/3 Book Series) it’s crystal clear that there is more to ’80s New Wave/nerd rock pioneers Devo than meets the eye. Beyond their notorious fame for commercial hit “Whip It” there is a band with a complex history of struggles […]

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Misfits give new and old fans at The Observatory a most memorable “Static Age”

It was a high-energy show last Thursday at The Observatory. Misfits have been scheduled to play three days and play three classic albums in their entirety. Thursday night was Static Age. It was an all ages show and I would say that it was cool to see all ages actually there. There were some very […]

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