Monthly Archives: October 2015

Thee Commons
44 Best Los Angeles Concerts This November

Thee Commons While the concert heavy month of Rocktober leaves much to be desired, November isn’t letting us down. Be thankful concert heads because there are plenty of chances this month to catch some spectacular live acts. From living legends like Dave Davies of The Kinks bringing down the house old-school style to up-and-coming pop stars […]

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Stream Miike Snow’s first song in three years, “Heart Is Full”

After three long years, Miike Snow has revealed a new song, and it’s all the silky goods you’ve been waiting for. Mike Snow’s new track “Heart Is Full” is the first song reveal from the trio’s forthcoming LP, iii, which is scheduled for global release next year. The new track is fueled with slick hip […]

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Win Tickets to Ryn Weaver at the Belasco Theater

We last caught the singer-songwriter, Ryn Weaver, performing a sold out show at the Constellation Room earlier in July, charming us with her incredible stage presence. Her debut album, The Fool, has taken her from SXSW to Coachella and most recently, Life Is Beautiful. Ryn Weaver will be back in L.A. with a headlining show at […]

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The Bulls
Morgan Kibby sings her heart out at the third night of White Sea’s Bootleg residency

The Bootleg Theater is host to a special Wednesday night residency this month with featured artist White Sea. The shows are free and I was able to catch their penultimate performance last night. Supported by local friends The Bulls, White Sea lead singer Morgan Kibby showed us the limits of the human voice while rocking […]

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MS MR bewitch fans at Wiltern with rapturous energy and vocal swoon

A dark doo wop of the most soulful kind overtook the Wiltern this past Tuesday night as dream pop duo MS MR bewitched fans with a string of hits from their sophomore album How Does It Feel. Lead vocalist Lizzy Plapinger was a pulsating vision of rapturous energy throughout the night, whipping her bright scarlet […]

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Mystic Braves
Stream Mystic Braves’ new song “Spanish Rain”

Coming off a vibey set from this past weekend’s Beach Goth festival, Los Angeles’ Mystic Braves have revealed yet another new song from their forthcoming album New Days of Yesteryear . Staying true to their signature “yesteryear” sound, Mystic Braves’ new song “Spanish Rain” is a much more soft number. While their last song reveal for […]

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Win Tickets to Deerhoof at The Echoplex

When we last caught experimental noise-pop group Deerhoof live they were owning the stage with their absolute, fiery energy. Now the band is back in Los Angeles and ready to celebrate the release of their new live release Fever 121614, which was recorded last December in Tokyo when they were playing in support of their latest album […]

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6 Best Halloween Concerts in Los Angeles

What’s going on this Halloween in Los Angeles? You’re probably asking yourself that question (and so are we). While many people choose to hit up a good old house party, bar or night club, we here at Grimy Goods are all about the live music. What better way to spend Halloween in Los Angeles than […]

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Stream The Echo and The Sound’s new album “Buffalo Mouth” packed with scorching rock ‘n’ roll

Los Angeles duo The Echo and The Sound, composed of drummer Doug Jewell and guitarist/vocalist Brian Rich, are bringing the noise full blast, shredding through twelve tracks of scorching rock n’ roll on their new double EP Buffalo Mouth, a record they describe as “stop, drop & rock n’ roll” and which is destined to be officially […]

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Win Tickets to Smallpools at The Fonda Theatre

Los Angeles indie rock dance-pop band Smallpools will be delighting local fans with a hometown show at the Fonda Theatre on Thursday, November 5th, which marks a special stop on The American Love Tour. Dance the night away to sizzling singles such as “Dreaming,” “Karaoke,” and “Over & Over” off their debut album Lovetap! Phoebe Ryan, Machineheart and […]

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