November 4 — Morrissey at Bren Events Center
The Bren Events Center in Irvine is hosting the one and only Morrissey this month! The unbeatable, influential performer, former front man of The Smiths, and always charming man, knows exactly how to wow a crowd with his beautiful voice and give fans what they want — a truly memorable musical experience, chock full of songs that they’ve grown up with.
November 5 — Primal Scream with Death Valley Girls at The Regent
Scottish alt-rockers Primal Scream are ready to blow the house down at their upcoming Los Angeles performance. We’ve been mesmerized by their live show before and can’t wait to hear them belt out future classics from their latest and greatest, eleventh studio album Chaosmosis. Grimy Goods favorite garage-punk rockers Death Valley Girls open.
November 5 — Wild Beasts at El Rey Theatre
UK indie synth-pop group Wild Beasts are returning stateside for a show of epic proportions, including wickedly catchy sonsg such as “Celestial Creatues” and “Tough Guy” off their new album Boy King. Watch them reign over the El Rey stage! Arrive early and catch Mauro Remiddi’s indie pop project Porcelain Raft.
November 5 — La Sera at Bootleg Theater
We recently chatted with lovely Los Angeles indie pop outfit La Sera about their fantastic new album Music For Listening To Music To, produced by indie rock heavyweight Ryan Adams. We couldn’t be more stoked to hear all the new tracks such as “High Notes” and “I Need An Angel” live! Springtime Carnivore and TV Party kick things off.
November 5 — This Will Destroy You at Teragram Ballroom
Texas doomgaze, instrumental rock band This Will Destroy You will be celebrating their 10 year anniversary by re-visiting their Young Mountain and self-titled albums, playing them in entirety for hardcore fans. Mosh and thrash until your limbs go numb to this milemarker of a performance! Balmorhea opens.
November 6 — La Santa Cecilia at The Glass House
Grammy Award winning six-piece La Santa Cecilia, led by powerhouse vocalist Marisoul, are a Los Angeles musical treasure. The band is well known for their colorful mezcla of sounds that criss-cross genres including Latin, rock, cumbia, bolero, jazz, tango, klezmer, etc. Hear the latest tunes from their Buenaventura record live at The Glass House this month. The Petrojvic Blasting Company and La Victoria support. Empieza a bailar!
November 7 — Empress Of at Club Bahia
Red Bull Sound Select’s 30 Days In LA just keeps getting better and better as the month wears on and NY r&b/synth-pop singer-songwriter Empress Of aka Lorely Rodriguez is just one more musical gem that Los Angeles concert-goers won’t want to miss. Her debut studio album Me has been making some serious waves with bona fide songs such as “How You Do It” and “Kitty Kat.” Opening acts are Banoffee and Dizzy Fae.
November 10 — Diarrhea Planet with Lovely Bad Things at Echoplex
Don’t let their foul name discourage you, Nashville’s Diarrhea Planet have proven themselves modern rock gods of the current garage punk scene, as we witnessed during their highly entertaining SXSW 2016 show. Joining them are The Lovely Bad Things whose infectious brand of punk boosted surf-rock is known to incite chaos, stage dives and wildly good times. Melted opens.
November 11 — Astronautalis at The Roxy
Astronautalis started his career as a battle rapper some 20 years ago and has since spread his hip-hop musical wings, incorporating various tones, textures and touches of shoegaze, indie-rock, blues and electronic sounds. Hear the latest tracks on his fifth studio album Cut The Body Loose, out now via Side One Dummy Records. Supporting acts are Nocando and Oxymorrons.