Monthly Archives: June 2015

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Telekinesis reveals new song “In a Future World” off forthcoming LP, Ad Infinitum

Led by the very creative frontman, Michael Benjamin Lerner, Telekinesis has shared a new song titled “In a Future World.” The retro-sounding track comes from Telekinesis’ forthcoming record Ad Infinitum, out September 18, 2015 on Merge Records. Ad Infinitum will be Lerner’s fourth full-length album. His last record Domarion was released in 2013. The new […]

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Conway shines with indie pop excellence at The Echo

You know… I had a feeling that this Conway gig was gonna be a bit of an industry show. Managed by the same company that handles Katy Perry and Adam Lambert, I expected to see a packed house of ‘industry’ folk. Instead, the Echo was a bit of a ghost town, with it only getting […]

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Win Tickets to The Appleseed Cast at The Echo

Photo Source: The Appleseed Cast Official Facebook Page Lawrence, Kansas rockers The Appleseed Cast have been bringing something fierce to their specialty blend of post-rock and emo sounds since their inception in 1997. Now old school fans may rejoice because the band is on tour this Summer celebrating the 15 year anniversary of their bold, […]

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Telekinesis announces show date at The Echo in support of new album “Ad Infinitum”

Telekinesis (aka Michael Lerner) returns to Los Angeles with a headlining date scheduled at The Echo on Wednesday, October 7. Touring in support of his fourth studio album, Ad Infinitum, Telekinesis will embark on a tour with supporting act Say Hi on October 1 in Bellingham, Washington and end in November in Seattle. He also has […]

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Adult Swim releases new Cherry Glazerr song “Sip O’ Poison” as part of 19-week singles project

Los Angeles garage-grunge-punk band, Cherry Glazerr have offered up a brand new track titled “Sip O’ Poison.” The song comes from Adult Swim’s batch of singles; a 19-week project featuring a bunch of great artists. The new song finds the band creating a punk number reaching a minute and half of manic “Oh, Oh, Ohs” […]

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J Mascis performs stunning acoustic set at Constellation Room

On Monday, J Mascis performed a very intimate show at the Constellation Room at The Observatory in Santa Ana. The crowd filled the room and waited as the iconic frontman/guitarist of 90s grunge era band, Dinosaur Jr. took to stage.  He slowly climbed the steps to the stage, walked over to his stool and acoustic guitar. He took his […]

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Win Tickets to Jacco Gardner at The Echo

Jacco Gardner – Photo Credit: Nalinee Darmrong Dutch multi-instrumentalist, up-and-comer Jacco Gardner is touring in support of his hypnotic new album Hypnophobia. Grimy Goods staff reviewed the album and found it to be a masterful blend of vintage reminiscing and contemporary styling. Trip out and lose yourself in this dreamy psychedelic world of sound! Gardner […]

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Jedi Mind Tricks bring out “The Thief and the Fallen” at The Observatory in Santa Ana

Jedi Mind Tricks took over The Observatory in Santa Ana this past Sunday for a solid evening a real and raw underground hip hop. The Philly natives have been laying down the beats and rhymes since 1993 and are still rolling strong. Performing in support of their new album, The Thief and the Fallen which […]

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Jamie xx announces July show date at Echoplex

Jamie xx has announced a headlining show date at the Echoplex on Tuesday, July 28 in support of his critically acclaimed debut album, In Colour. The LP was just released last week via Young Turks and debuted at #12 on the Top Current Album Chart last week and was #1 on the Electronic and New […]

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Mumford & Sons’ Bonnaroo redemption highlights Saturday

Two years ago, Mumford & Sons were set to headline Bonnaroo at the peak of their success. When bassist Ted Dwane had to undergo emergency brain surgery, the band had to cancel their appearance just two days before the festival. If redemption was what the London-based folk rockers were after, they got that in spades after […]

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