Monthly Archives: November 2015

Matt Costa
Matt Costa to perform free show at Hollywood Roosevelt’s new venue, The Garden

This past October, the Hollywood Roosevelt hotel introduced its latest space, The Garden. Lauded as one of the best new bars in Los Angeles, the popular entertainment industry hangout has also begun hosting intimate shows. On Wednesday, December 9, The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel will host a special acoustic performance with Matt Costa at its cozy new […]

Gogol Bordello
Gogol Bordello explode with brilliant colors and sounds at Wiltern (THIS is how to party)

Gogol Bordello rolled into the Wiltern on Friday night to celebrate the 10 year anniversary of their album, Gypsy Punks: Underdog World Strike. Gogol Bordello concerts aren’t just concerts usually. They tend to be more like live music parties, and Friday was no exception. I’ve attended my share of Gogol shows and have always felt […]

Rolling Blackouts
Hot Band Alert: Melbourne’s Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever are ready to roll with a “Clean Slate” and more

Coining themselves at a “tough pop/soft punk group”, Melbourne’s Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever (RBCF) are turning on the Aussie charm with their enticing blend of garage rock. Just like Sly and the Family Stone, “it’s a family affair” when it comes to making music with these guys. Composed of of brothers Tom (guitar and vocals) […]

borns live photos
BØRNS charms fans at Observatory with dreamy falsetto and infectious electro-pop melodies

Glam-pop prince Garrett Borns took the stage of the Observatory last Wednesday night, summoned by the inane screams and coos of his loyal subjects, and offered up to them a hypnotizing performance of his debut album Dopamine. Between the cascading bursts of blues and reds that caught the young singer’s long curly locks, Born’s slim […]

Win Tickets to Muse with Phantogram at The STAPLES CENTER

Are you ready for the ultimate Muse experience? Strap in and get ready because the famed Brit alt-rockers are bringing their full 360 audio/visual “in the round” concert set up to the STAPLES Center on December 18th and 19th. The band will be playing from a round center stage to echo that intimate live concert […]

Red Bull Sound Select 30 Days in LA photos
The Best Concerts in Los Angeles feat. Gary Clark Jr., X, Dandy Warhols and more

You can find all the best concerts happening in Los Angeles, Orange County and more neighboring Southern Califronia on Grimy Goods’ custom show list. This week we have the final Red Bull Sound Select 30 Days In LA show going down at the Teragram Ballroom. Rumor has it, you won’t want to miss this “big […]

Deafheaven strike night one at The Roxy with captivating and cathartic performance

Last Friday, Deafheaven’s sold out show at The Roxy kicked off strong with their first single “Brought To The Water” off  their latest album New Bermuda which was just released this past October. Immediately, the crowd erupted like a volcano spewing hot lava. Only here, the lava was sweaty fans engulfed by the kinetic energy of Deafheaven. The […]

!!! Chk Chk Chk
Win Tickets to !!! (Chk Chk Chk) at the Echoplex

Its always a good time when the Sacramento band !!! (Chk Chk Chk) come to town, inevitably causing us to shake our booties. There is also no way frontman Nic Offer will refrain from displaying his provocative moves! We last caught them at this years FYF Fest, prior to the release of their sixth album, As If. […]

RAC, Big Data, and Geographer at Club Nokia: an orgiastic explosion of sonic beats and grooves

Club Nokia was the place to be last Friday as remix kings RAC hosted a night of celebration for electronic music artists that included performances by Geographer and Big Data. But the lo-fi instrumentals of filous opened the night; his method of using his guitar and ukulele to record chords and then play them back […]

Minus The Bear
Minus The Bear delight fans at The Observatory for Menos el Oso 10th Anniversary tour

Celebrating their Menos el Oso 10th Anniversary tour and LP reissue, Minus The Bear delivered a sensational performance last week at The Observatory in Santa Ana. Their signature indie/math rock sounds took fans on a roller coaster of rhythm. From high energy songs to more toned down tracks, Minus The Bear brought the music with style and […]

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