Monthly Archives: October 2016

Blind Pilot
Blind Pilot charm with exquisite harmonies and sweet personality at sold-out Teragram Ballroom show

A heartfelt evening of raw musicianship at its finest. The Teragram Ballroom sold-out for the first night of two back-to-back shows with Blind Pilot. Kicking off the evening, the incredible River Whyless got the night rolling. From North Carolina, this collective shines with such a unique blend of talents. You have violin, banjo, harmonium, toy piano, guitars, drums […]

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Kim House of Kim and The Created at Echoplex
Tonight’s Best Shows featuring Kim and The Created, SadGirl, Cocorosie and more

Happy Halloween! A lot of rad Halloween shows and events popping off in Los Angeles. Catch Kim and The Created open for a conversation with Alice Cooper at the Bootleg, SadGirl with Isaac Rother and the Phantoms at Multiply LA, Cocorosie at the Fonda, Dead Dawn at Harvard and Stone, and more. Check it all […]

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The Pack A.D.
An Interview with The Pack A.D.: Dynamic Grunge-Rock Duo Pour Themselves Into New Album “Positive Thinking” – LA Date at The Roxy

It’s not hard to find oneself enraged by anything and everything these days (climate change, Trump, online trolls, you name it). However, Vancouver grunge-rock duo The Pack A.D.’s ferocious new album Positive Thinking (U.S. release Nov. 11 via Cadence Music) just might be the cure for what ails you or at least a good starting point […]

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Win Tickets to “Sad Vacation: The Last Days of Sid and Nancy” Screening at The Regent Theater

Calling all film and music buffs! The Regent Theater will be hosting a very special screening on Wednesday, November 9th of the new documentary Sad Vacation: The Last Days of Sid and Nancy, from director Danny Garcia (The Rise and Fall of The Clash, Looking for Johnny). This film takes a deeply personal look into […]

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La Femme
La Femme roll out a fierce psych pop frenzy at The Regent

After making a spectacular appearance at Orange County’s annual Beach Goth, France’s La Femme made another stop in downtown Los Angeles last Tuesday night. The eager crowd piled in as friends of La Femme started the evening off, The Pesos and The Buttertones. As if fans of La Femme needed any more pumping up, The […]

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Regrettes
Win Tickets to The Regrettes at The Echo

  Punk rock outfit The Regrettes may just be teens but they are completely for real, immersed in and committed to their music. We’ve also experienced first hand their penchant for rockin’ our socks off in a live performance setting. No matter your age, you can enjoy their catchy, throwback pop infused punk tunes such as “Hey Now” and “Hot.” Don’t […]

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Kishi-Bashi
Kishi Bashi Returned to LA for a Joyful and Emotional Show at the Belasco

Without fully recovering from the mania that was Beach Goth over the weekend, I eagerly jumped at the chance to see Kishi Bashi at the Belasco this past Monday. I was first introduced to his whimsy with his newest LP, Sonderlust, an album I loved without context. This would be my first time seeing him live, […]

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Norah Jones at Greek Theatre
Norah Jones enamors fans at Greek Theatre LA with Day Breaks and them some

This past Tuesday, Los Angeles was treated to a special performance by Norah Jones, under the stars at the Greek Theatre as part of her Day Breaks World Tour. After the mini intermission between opening act Valerie June’s set and Norah’s set the whole stage went pitch black. Then one light shined on the piano in the […]

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Win Tickets to The Wonder Years & Real Friends at The Fonda Theatre

Los Angeles get ready for a pop punk n’ roll bonanza because The Wonder Years and Real Friends are teaming up for a loud and proud double headlining tour which will be rolling through the Fonda Theatre on Sunday, November 6th. Hear fist-pumping anthems off The Wonder Years’ newest release No Closer to Heaven and sing […]

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October 27 — Tonight’s Best Shows: Portugal. The Man, Lady Gaga, The Damned

It’s Thursday, and tonight’s Best Concerts in Los Angeles and surrounding cities are on fire! Lady Gaga wraps her “dive” bar tour with a “secret” gig at The Satellite under the name of Joanne. Portugal. The Man play The Troubadour, while The Damned take on The Belasco. Jacuzzi Boys were supposed to be at The […]

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