Monthly Archives: August 2016

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FYF Fest, Belly, and Girl Band top this week’s Los Angeles show list

Yes, it’s FYF Fest week. While Angelenos and out-of-towners get excited for the annual L.A. music festival, let’s not forget the many great shows happening around the festival. This week in Los Angeles we have Broods at the Novo, Blood Orange at the Ace, Deftones at the Greek, Belly at Teragram Ballroom, Alexis Taylor (of Hot […]

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The Frights at Echo Park Rising 2016 Day 1
Photos: Echo Park Rising Day One featuring The Frights, Pompeya, Kron and more!

Spanning four days of live music, the annual Echo Park Rising kicked off this past Thursday lighting up the streets of Echo Park. With local bands rolling out vibrant tunes at venues such as Lot 1 Cafe, Lost Room, The Short Stop and a few more spots, the Echo and Echoplex seemed like the hot […]

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Win Tickets to Alabama at The Greek Theatre

Country rock/pop and bluegrass heroes Alabama are bringing their Southern Drawl Tour to Los Angeles and will be playing a must-see show at The Greek Theatre on Friday, September 9th. The band has left quite a musical legacy with their slew of hits over the years such as “Tennessee River,” “Feels So Right,” and “Mountain Music,” […]

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Elvis Depressedly at The Echo
Elvis Depressedly and Teen Suicide Turn Sadcore Frowns Upside Down at The Echo

The Echo has hosted North Carolina indie rockers Elvis Depressedly many times, and that’s just in the past two years. They returned for a sold-out show on Wednesday night, on a summer tour with Teen Suicide and Nicole Dollanganger to support the California Dreamin’ EP they released in June. The Echo became a DIY heaven. […]

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Win Tickets to Bayside at The Regent Theater

NYC’s pop-punk rock n’ rollers Bayside are hitting the road for a full US headlining tour in support of their 7th studio album Vacancy due out August 19 via Hopeless Records. The band will be making a much anticipated pit stop at The Regent Theater on Wednesday, September 7th. Mosh on to all the dark, emotionally driven […]

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Win Tickets to Swans at The Fonda Theatre

Experimental post-punk band Swans, led by original member Michael Gira, were born and bred from the early 80’s New York no wave scene, and the band is still going strong to this day. Swans are on tour now in support of their new album The Glowing Man which just dropped earlier this Summer via Young God […]

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Museum of Love
Must-See FYF Fest Undercard: Museum of Love — slow-burning, excessively funky tunes

Museum of Love Are a Must-See Act at FYF Fest Words: Steven Ward With just nine days left until FYF Fest, we begin to take a deep look at the FYF lineup; listening to bands we’re not too familiar with while revisiting others to see if they still grab out attention. FYF might be one of […]

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Passenger at the Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever
Passenger comforts fans at intimate Masonic Lodge show with extraordinary performance

Nestled in the Hollywood Forever Cemetery, the very quaint Masonic Lodge flooded in with listeners of all ages on an extraordinary Tuesday evening. Better known by his stage name, Passenger, Mike Rosenberg was back in Los Angeles. This being my fourth or fifth time seeing this musician, you could say I was pretty excited. I’ll […]

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Win Tickets to Boris at The Regent Theater

Japan’s heavy metal dietys Boris are ready to melt faces and corrupt ears with their incredible hard rock sounds at The Regent Theater on Friday, August 26th. The band is celebrating the 10th anniversary of their 2006 breakout album Pink so don’t miss out on this unbeatable performance! The band is also releasing a deluxe reissue of Pink, which includes […]

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5 Must-See Rock Acts at Echo Park Rising 2016

One of the things we love most about Echo Park Rising is that it’s a free neighborhood music festival that focuses on lesser-known music acts. With headliners such as Bleached and Chicano Batman—both that have become a household name in the Los Angeles underground music community—they are still very unknown to the mainstream world. Without […]

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