Monthly Archives: October 2016

Jimmy Eat World
Jimmy Eat World steam up the Roxy with new songs and those sweet nostalgic cuts

Excited fans gathered in West Hollywood, Sunday night, to see one of their most cherished bands of our teenage raging years (as if we’ve outgrown them). The rain couldn’t keep the Roxy from selling out their club for the Arizona rock band, Jimmy Eat World. This band has been around for quite sometimes and continues to […]

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Andrew Belle
Song Premiere: Stream Andrew Belle’s infectious new single “You”

Andrew Belle’s new single “You” is irresistible — spellbinding alt R&B with a sexy groove   Bringing forth a set of enticing grooves, Andrew Belle is gearing up to release his third full-length record. A member of Nashville’s acclaimed touring group Ten out of Tenn, Belle has two full-length records under his belt, in which his songs […]

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Boy & Bear photo
Win Tickets to Boy & Bear at Teragram Ballroom

Australian indie rock group Boy & Bear are touring stateside this Fall and lucky Los Angeles concert-goers can check them out live at Teragram Ballroom on Wednesday, November 2nd. Hear the latest charming tunes such as “A Thousand Faces” and “Walk The Wire” off their third album Limit of Love. Joining them for this lovely night […]

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sad robot
October 26 — Tonight’s Best Shows featuring Nicolas Jaar, Sad Robot, Rachael Yamagata

Tonight’s Best Concerts in Los Angeles and surrounding cities: Nicolas Jarr will headline the Fonda Theatre after the chaotic mess that ensued at this past weekend’s Beach Goth. Local band, Sad Robot will perform their final show tonight at The Hi Hat; but don’t worry, Kat and Nick will be back musically in a different form. Rachael […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Wild Beasts
Win Tickets to Wild Beasts at the El Rey Theatre

U.K. synth pop band Wild Beasts are back in L.A. in support of their fifth album, Boy King. The tracks “Celestial Creatures” and “Big Cat” off the new release have got us excited for their set at the El Rey Theatre on Saturday, November 5th! We last caught them in 2010 at the El Rey […]

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Beach Goth 2016 photos
Future Islands and RL Grime redeem catastrophic finale for Beach Goth day two

It all started with a drizzle. Like some cruelly designed Rube Goldberg device, Beach Goth 2016 on day two began with a promising overcast skyline that eventually deteriorated into a full-blown catastrophe that led to an entire stage being shut-down, the cancellation of headline acts, and utter confusion due to virtually no communication from the festival’s […]

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Norah Jones
October 25 — Tonight’s Best Shows featuring Norah Jones, Billy Bragg, La Femme

Tonight’s Best Concerts in Los Angeles and surrounding cities are looking good! Norah Jones heads to the Greek Theatre, Bill Bragg will headline the Place Theatre, La Femme take on the Regent, The Psychedelic Furs will play The Observatory and Walter headline the Bootleg. A lot more to be seen and heard. Check out our […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Bon Iver at Hollywood Bowl
Bon Iver, Patti Smith Bestow Freedom Through Music at the Hollywood Bowl

Bob Dylan once said that “passion is a young man’s game.” Patti Smith is not young, nor a man, and yet her passion onstage is more genuine than any modern performer’s. This was evident in her short performance before Bon Iver last Sunday at the Hollywood Bowl. She will be turning 70 years old this […]

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Napalm Death
Win Tickets to Napalm Death at the Regent Theater

Ranked as the seventh best-selling death metal band in the U.S, Napalm Death returns to L.A. on route for their twenty-one day tour with The Black Dahlia Murder. The four-piece band will play tracks from their seventeenth album release, Apex Predator – Easy Meat. Catch them at the Regent Theater on Friday, November 4th! Misery Index […]

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The Growlers at Beach Goth 2016
Beach Goth Awakens the Rich Culture Within the Suburbs

In every classroom, public event, or house party in the suburbs, there is always that one distinct iconoclast in the litter that refuses to fit the mold—that one punk, burnout, weirdo, cosplayer, or goth that welcomes the cruel risks of being different for the sweet sensation of individuality. Now imagine that in Orange County, the […]

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