44 Best Los Angeles Concerts This November

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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 such as Ryn Weaver and Halsey getting you in the dancing mood to the long awaited comebacks from provocative performer Peaches and Los Angeles synth-pop master Big Black Delta, the show pickings this month may be fewer than Rocktober but they are definitely top notch. Enjoy music fiends!

November 1 — Thee Commons at Echoplex
Celebrate Dia De Los Muertos, the psychedelic cumbia punk way with some of Los Angeles finest locals. There will be live performances by East LA’s maximum rock n’ rollers The Bloodhounds, psych-Cumbia punks Thee Commons, retro prom punks Cutty Flam, psych-jazz trio Brainstory, and local garage outfit The Hidden Depths. There will also be a photo booth, face painting and local vendors curated by NinoskaArte and La Junta DJs to keep this fiesta going all night long.
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November 1 — The Membranes at The Echo
Iconic, boundary pushing UK post-punk group The Membranes are making their first ever LA appearance! Brush up on their acclaimed double album Dark Matter/Dark Energy, then hear it live. They will be joined by Corners and Prettiest Eyes for the ultimate Part Time Punks experience.
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Nov. 2 – GRIMES at the Mayan Theater
Red Bull Sound Select’s #30DaysInLA is off to a strong start with GRIMES headlining the Mayan Theater. We just caught a live preview of four stellar, danceable new tracks from the experimental synth-pop artist, a major highlight of Beach Goth 4 festival. Nicole Dollanganger supports.
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Nov. 3 – Sylvan Esso at the Fonda Theatre
Electro-folk duo Sylvan Esso have been blowing up on the festival circuit lately, playing everywhere from Sasquatch to Coachella to even upstaging the headliners at Hangout Fest with their incredible talent, catchy tunes and mesmerizing performances. Opening acts are Race Banyon and Akua.
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November 3 — Dave Davies of The Kinks at The Roxy
Original founder and revolutionary guitarist Dave Davies of the ’60s garage rock heroes The Kinks is bringing his solo show to The Roxy this month. Hear fresh, groundbreaking tunes off his new solo album I Will Be Me and don’t miss out on your chance to see this living legend live! Small Wigs open.
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November 4 — Shopping at The Echo
London post-punk trio Shopping are coming to Los Angeles, making a much anticipated stop at The Echo. Dance the night away to passionate songs from their debut album Consumer Complaints and their sophomore follow up Why Choose, out now on Fat Cat Records. G A L P A L S, French Vanilla and Sister Mantos support.
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Big Black Delta

November 5 — Big Black Delta at Teragram Ballroom
Big Black Delta aka the musical genius of Jonathan Bates is back for the first time in three years (he’s been hard at work writing, recording and playing in other projects) to bring fans that headbanging electronica and lush synth-pop they crave. A forthcoming album, Trágame Tierra is scheduled for release in 2016 and lucky concert-goers can get a first listen at this special ensemble show. Bates will also throw in some classic BBD tunes as well. Tashaki Miyaki opens.
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November 6 — Deerhoof at 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 album Fever 121614, which was recorded last December in Tokyo when they were playing in support of their latest album La Isla Bonita. Cy Dune and The Anti-Job support.
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November 6 — Das EFX at Dragon Fly
Das EFX aka the duo of Krazy Drazyz (Andre Weston) and Skoob (Willie Hines) helped transform hip-hop in the ’90s with their influential, rapid-fire lyrical flows, gibberish word extensions and tongue-twisting MC skills. This is a rare opportunity to see them perform live and hear songs from their 1992 debut Dead Serious up to 2015’s Old School Throwback. So seriously don’t miss out on this show!
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November 7 — Vetiver at Bootleg
San Francisco indie folk rock group Vetiver, led by front man Andy Cabic, are hitting the road for a West Coast tour in support of their new Sub-Pop Records release Complete Strangers. The new album features a variety of influences from Latin to soft rock to dance music. Hear new tunes such as “Stranger Still” live! Supporting acts are Tall Tales and the Silver Lining and Velasco.
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November 7 — Ryn Weaver at The Belasco
Up and coming pop star Ryn Weaver has recently come hot off the festival circuit, playing Life Is Beautiful festival in Vegas, Bonnaroo, Coachella, and SXSW. Now she’s ready to take Los Angeles by storm with her outstanding live performance and songs from her debut album The Fool. Supporting acts are Holychild and ASTR.
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Wax Idols

November 8 — Wax Idols at Complex
We’ve been fans of post-punk four-piece Wax Idols, led by the spellbinding Hether Fortune, for some time now. The group has followed up their sophomore album Discipline & Desire with the new American Tragic, which digs even deeper into their raw, emotional and connective sound. Them Are Us Too and Pleasures support.
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November 9 — Micachu & The Shapes at The Echo
London experimental art/pop trio Micachu & The Shapes, led by front woman Mica Levi, are touring stateside to share new songs off their latest album Good Sad Happy Bad, which features catchy tunes such as “Oh Baby,” “Sad,” and “Sea Air.” Hear it live! Death Hymn Number 9 and King Walrus and the Magicians open.
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November 9 & 10 — Leon Bridges at Fonda Theatre
Soul/gospel singer Leon Bridges recently impressed us with his chill performance at this year’s Outside Lands festival in San Francisco. The Southern singer is touring in support of his new album Coming Home, which also features the viral single of the same name. Throw on your best vintage attire and get down to some retro soul tunes! Kali Uchis and Natalie Bergman (Wild Belle) DJ Set support.
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November 10 — Joanna Gruesome at The Echo
Cardiff noise pop band Joanna Gruesome are touring in support of their more exploratory, sophomore album Peanut Butter which dropped earlier this year on Slumberland Records and features head spinning tunes such as “Honestly Do Yr Worst” and “Last Year.” Opening acts are Tony Molina and King of Cats.
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November 10 — Gill Landry (Old Crow Medicine Show) at Bootleg Theater
Singer-songwriter/guitarist Gill Landry of Old Crow Medicine Show is flying solo this time, embarking on a Fall tour musical journey that touches down in LA this month. Catch him up close and personal and swoon to new songs off his self-titled 2015 album release. Stelth Ulvang (The Lumineers) and KaiL Baxley get this intimate night of music off on the right foot.
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November 10 — The Briefs at Echoplex
Punk rock band The Briefs have been on hiatus since 2009 and now the band is saying fuck that and are back with their classic lineup, ready to tear shit up with their badass ditties. Expect to pogo until you drop! Narcoleptic Youth and Maniac support.
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The Orwells

November 10 — The Orwells at Teragram Ballroom
Converse Rubber Tracks Live presents a free, monthly concert series to promote emerging talent. Be thankful because this November they’ve hand selected indie punk n’ rollers The Orwells to headline the Teragram Ballroom. Last time we caught The Orwells they worked the crowd into a frenzy with songs off their debut full-length Disgraceland. No excuses to miss out on this show, reserve your FREE ticket now!
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November 11 — Swingin’ Utters at The Roxy
Earlier this year we enjoyed that classic West Coast punk rock sound that Fat Wreck Chords recording artists Swingin’ Utters serve up so damn well. Prepare to mosh and sing-a-long to both classic tunes and new songs off their latest album, 2014’s Fistful of Hollow. Lace up your docs and get to this show! The Bombpops, Success, and Johnny Madcap & The Distractions support.
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November 11 — In The Valley Below at El Rey Theatre
Echo Park’s melodic duo In The Valley Below recently had fans singing along with them at this year’s Air + Style and now they’ll be bringing more of the feel good times to the El Rey Theatre this month. Hear songs off their new full-length The Belt and be sure to arrive early because The Bulls and Handsome Ghost will be kicking off this awesome night of music.
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November 12 — The Joy Formidable at Masonic Lodge
Welsh rockers The Joy Formidable are back in Los Angeles for an intimate evening of music at the Masonic Lodge at the gorgeous Hollywood Forever Cemetery. The band recently contributed a new song, “You Taught Me” to the Welsh Rock for Refugees compilation and are currently working on a new album so lucky concert-goers, cross your fingers for a preview.
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November 12 — Gardens and Villa at The Roxy
Santa Barbara indie pop outfit Gardens & Villa, led by songwriting duo Chris Lynch and Adam Rasmussen are blowing minds with their new album Music for Dogs which just dropped this Summer via Secretly Canadian. Hear stunning singles like “Everybody” and more live. Los Angeles post-disco dance punks De Lux support.
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November 13 — Soul Side at The Echo
Washington, DC’s hardcore punks and Dischord Records recording artist Soul Side have long been tearing it up with their heavy sound, politically potent lyrics and energetic live performances. Sonic blasters Creative Adult and High Cameras open. Time to jump in the pit!
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Lagwagon

November 13 & 15 — Lagwagon at The Troubadour 
Old school fans rejoice! West Coast skate punk veterans Lagwagon will be performing two of their classic albums in their entirety this month at the Troubadour. On Friday, November 13th the band will be performing Trashed and on Sunday, November 15th the band will be performing Hoss. Runaway Kids support both nights, Bobgoblin on 11/3 and PEARS on 11/15.
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November 13 — Peaches at The Regent
The time has come! Peaches’ sizzling hot new album, and first release in six years, Rub is out now and the provocative performer is on tour in support of it. These brand spankin’ new tracks also feature special guests Kim Gordon, Feist and Simonne Jones, just to name a few. Christeene and Regrettes kick off this must-see and must-dance night of music.
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November 14 — Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival at The Park at L.A. Colisuem
Last year’s Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival proved to be Odd Future’s incredible fun fueled, hip-hop mecca and this year is shaping up to be just as good, if not better. The badass lineup includes Snoop Dogg and Tha Dogg Pound, Tyler, The Creator, A$AP Rocky, Mac Miller, Living Legends, Atmosphere, OFWGKTA, Danny Brown, The Internet, Flosstradamus, Jhene Aiko, Trash Talk, Tokimonsta, Low End Theory Residents and more. Time to throw those hands up!
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November 14 — Circa Survive at Shrine Expo Hall
Mind-melting post-hardcore/prog-rock group Circa Survive, led by front man Anthony Green, are ready to blow your mind and your ears with an incredible performance of songs off their latest album Descensus, which dropped last year via Sumerian Records. Opening acts are RX Bandits and Citizen.
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November 14 & 15 — The Misfits at The Roxy
Legendary horror punks The Misfits are headlining the Roxy this month for a spooky good time. The band, led by founding member and bassist Jerry Only will be playing their classic album Static Age in its entirety, accompanied by backdrop visuals curated by Jerry himself and other classic favorites. She Demons support.
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November 15 — Celebrating Ikey & Aaron Owens at El Rey Theatre
Beloved local musicians and brothers Ikey (The Mars Volta, Jack White) & Aaron Owens (Hepcat) sadly both passed away within the past year. Now the Los Angeles local music scene is coming together to celebrate their longstanding creative influence with a special show at the El Rey Theatre, including performances by Hepcat, LBDA, Brandon Eugene Owens & Guests, DJ Nobody, Dennis Owens (Good Foot) and more. Net proceeds from the show will be used to build a boutique recording studio in honor of Ikey and Aaron Owens.
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Psychedelic Furs

November 16 — Psychedelic Furs at Teragram Ballroom
Last time we caught English alternative rock outfit Psychedelic Furs live it was a golden blast to the past and the Furs put on a mesmerizing performance full of sweet nostalgia. Hear hits from all across their discography, including “Love My Way,” “Pretty in Pink,” and “Heaven,” just to name a few. Max and the Moon open.
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November 17 — Meg Myers at El Rey Theatre
Los Angeles firecracker alt-rock singer Meg Myers has rocked our world with her mind blowing live performances. Hear dazzling new songs such as “Lemon Eyes” and “Sorry” off her debut album Sorry, which was released earlier this year. Opening acts are Dark Waves and Armors.
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November 18 — Ryan Bingham at The Regent
We last caught Americana roots-rocker (and Grammy-Golden Globes-Academy award winner for his work on the Crazy Heart soundtrack) Ryan Bingham giving a charming performance at the Grammy Museum in support of his 5th studio album, Fear and Saturday Night. Now you can catch him on the big stage at The Regent Theater downtown this month for a heartfelt show. Jamestown Revival and Gold Star support, so get there early!
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November 18 & 19 — Halsey at Fonda Theatre
Young, rising alternative pop star Halsey proves the hype is real with her knockout performances (such as her recent performance at Life is Beautiful Festival) and radical pop hits such as “Roman Holiday” off her debut album Badlands. This is an artist to keep your eye on! Flor opens.
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November 18 — Keep Shelly In Athens at Club Bahia
Athens, Greece duo Keep Shelly In Athens continue to push their own musical boundaries, which is the case with their sophomore full length Now I’m Ready. Their downbeat electronic style is fleshed out with bits of pop, drum n’ bass and hip-hop, expanding their ever lush soundscape. Lose yourself in the music live when the duo headlines Club Bahia this month!
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November 19 — Alvvays at The Echoplex
Lo-fi indie rock heroes Alvvays have been quite the buzz since releasing their self-titled debut full-length last year. We last saw the band put on a rousing set at FYF Fest this Summer and before that when they rocked the Sweetgreen block party. You won’t want to miss their live show! Los Angeles Police Department supports.
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Primal Scream

November 20 — The Cult, Primal Scream at Hollywood Palladium
Two influential hard rock heavy hitters, The Cult and Primal Scream, are coming together for a must see double header at the Hollywood Palladium. Expect to leave with a smile on your face, whiplash from all the head banging and your ears ringing!
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November 20 — RAC with Big Data at Club Nokia
Electronic music producer/multi-instrumentalist RAC (Remix Artist Collective) aka André Allen Anjos has perfected the art of the alternative remix, breathing new life into tunes from the likes of Washed Out, Phoenix, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and more. His newest single One House (feat. Speak) is out now and you can get your dance on to it live! Supporting acts are Big Data, Geographer, Filous and Karl Kling.
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November 19 — Boots at The Echo
Red Bull Sound Select’s 30DaysInLA presents Miami’s forward-thinking R&B/Soul producer and multi-instrumentalist Boots at The Echo this month. He has worked with and on tracks for Beyoncé but also shines in his solo work which includes songs such as “I Run Roulette” and “Bombs Away” off his brand new album Aquaria. Marijuana Deathsquads and High Hoops support.
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November 21 — Lucero at El Rey Theatre
Spend an intimate evening with country soul, punk n’ rollers Lucero when they headline the El Rey Theatre this month, bringing you great new jams like the single, “Can’t You Hear Them Howl” off their new album All A Man Should Do (ATO Records). Prep your vocal chops so you can sing along!
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November 21 — Antibalas at The Regent
For the love of all things funk, Afrobeat, jazz, and experimental grooves get your booty on down to this show and shake it to the sweet tunes of Brooklyn powerhouse band Antibalas! Los Angeles Afro/Latin funk favorites Jungle Fire get the party started right.
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November 23 — BØRNS at El Rey Theatre
Indie artist Børns has been the talk of the town, especially after receiving some social media love from Taylor Swift for his catchy single “Electric Love,” off his new album Dopamine. Hear what all the buzz is about! Los Angeles’ very own psych electro-pop outfit Avid Dancer opens.
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Gogol Bordello

November 27 — Gogol Bordello at Wiltern
NYC’s Gypsy punks Gogol Bordello are celebrating the 10th anniversary of their breakout album Gypsy Punks: Underdog World Strike with a massive tour where they’ll be playing the album in its entirety. Wild out to all the hits such as “Start Wearing Purple,” “Not a Crime,” and “Immigrant Punk.” You will come out the other end of this show with jelly legs, and drenched in sweat, but happy as fuck that you went. Jessica Hernandez & the Deltas support.
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November 28 — Robert DeLong at Fonda Theatre
Robert DeLong’s standout performance at the Avalon earlier this Fall has us totally stoked for his headlining show at the Fonda this month. Grimy Goods writer Mark E. Ortega was so impressed that this one-man electro band could fire up the crowd with such ease, “The multi-instrumentalist is the polar opposite of a DJ that just pushes play.” Don’t miss out on this must see show! Coleman Hell supports.
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Nov. 29 – FOALS at The Wiltern
Red Bull Sound Select’s 30DaysInLA is going out with a bang when UK indie rock dance-punk group FOALS take over The Wiltern. They band will no doubt win you over with addictive tracks off their latest album What Went Down. Son Little and Novosti round out this killer bill.
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