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November 13 — King Dude with Drab Majesty at The Echo
Part Time Punks will be hosting an impeccable night of dark, melodic and irresistible sounds from folk-metal singer-songwriter King Dude. Concert attendees will also be cast under the hypnotizing spell of lo-fi darkwave, psych-laced dream pop royalty Drab Majesty. Nothing drab about that! Rounding out the bill is brooding dream-pop duo Silence in the Snow who will be playing their latest melancholic tunes off their 2016 release Break in the Skin.
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November 14 — OM at The Regent
Progressive psych-rock/doom metal trio OM keep expanding their experimental horizons and pushing their own boundaries on their latest album Advaitic Songs, which features gripping sonic soundscapes as heard in “State of Non-Return” and the ten-minute epic saga “Gethsemane.” Go to this show and your head just might explode (in a good way!). M. Geddes Gengras supports.
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November 14 — Temple of the Dog with Fantastic Negrito at The Forum
Grunge rock supergroup Temple of the Dog, led by vocalist Chris Cornell (Soundgarden) and including several members of Mother Love Bone, are celebrating the 25th Anniversary of their self-titled album with a major reissue of the album and a must-see tour. The reissue includes unreleased track “Black Cat” plus an array of re-mixes and re-mastered versions of all the classics such as “Hunger Strike” and “Say Hello 2 Heaven.” Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity! The beat-all-odds bluesy punk roots rocker Fantastic Negrito supports.
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November 14 — Rae Sremmurd & Lil Yachty at The Novo
Hip-hop sibling duo Rae Sremmurd are ready to bring nothing but fun and boisterous beats to Los Angeles with their headlining show at The Novo. Get down to the party vibes of hot hot jams such as “Black Beatles” and “Start a Party.” Joining them is rapper Lil Yachty who recently collaborated with Charli XCX on “After the Afterparty” and whose sick solo tunes from his Summer Songs EP have been making quite an impression in the hip-hop world. It’s all about that Sremm life baby!
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November 15 — Haim at Fonda Theatre
When Grimy Goods writer Steven Ward caught sister trio Haim live at Governor’s Ball he so eloquently described their outstanding performance, “Sultry and imbued with such a natural affinity for the limelight, the girls of Haim were more than at home on a stage surrounded by hundreds of people…” If that doesn’t make you jump on tickets right now I don’t know what will. Supporting acts are Charlotte Day Wilson and Steven A. Clark.
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November 16 — Låpsley at The Mayan
London based singer-songwriter/producer Låpsley welcomes fans into her inner sanctum with the autobiographical and powerful album Long Way Home. The pop/alt-r&b ballads such as “Cliff” and “Love is Blind,” document her life as a young, traveling songstress making her way through the world. English pop-soul duo Aquilo open.
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November 16 — Cloud Nothings at The Hi Hat
Cloud Nothings are known for their explosive live performances and we’re hyped and excited to welcome them back to Los Angeles for a rousing show that will give fans a sneak peak at fresh jams from their forthcoming record Life Without Sound, due out in January. Peep their first pop-punk leaning single “Modern Act” and then hear it live!
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November 17 — Jesu / Sun Kil Moon at The Regent
Justin Broadrick of Jesu and Mark Kozelek of Sun Kil Moon have teamed up and released a collaborative debut self-titled album, released in January 2016. The album features a range of classy guests from indie rock giants Isaac Brock of Modest Mouse and Rachel Goswell of Slowdive, to name a few. LA fans may even get to hear songs from their forthcoming 2017 record, 30 Seconds To The Decline of Planet Earth which features the single “Needles Disney World.”
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November 18 — MØ at The Novo
Danish electro-pop singer-songwriter MØ infuses plenty of gutsy attitude and bits of r&b, soul, dancehall, etc into her sound to create an always tantalizing musical brew. Her album No Mythologies to Follow put her on the musical charts and long time collaborations with electronic maestros Major Lazer have spawned dance floor hits such as the 2016 banger “Lean On.” So if you’re ready to dance your ass off like no one’s watching, this show’s for you!
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