47 Best Los Angeles Concerts This November Featuring Ty Segall, Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival, Monarchy and more

The Suffers

The Suffers — photo: Anne Marie Schiefer

November 19 — The Suffers at The Echo
Now here’s a band that leaves no musical stone un-turned. Earlier this year Grimy Goods writer Anne Marie Schiefer experienced the epic glory of ten-piece Houston group The Suffers’ live show. “…somehow they have found a way to piece together a complicated puzzle of reggae, soul, ska, hip-hop and rock into a symbiotic blend that results in sonic fire.” Australian quintent Jakubi serve up a sonic platter of swingin’ pop/rock/r&b — you name it! So let the dancing, clapping and foot stompin’ good times roll!
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November 20 — Lucius at The Observatory
Indie synth-pop outfit Lucius are beloved for their hands down outstanding performances as we here at Grimy Goods have witnessed both at FleetwoodMac Fest and this year’s SXSW festival. The five-piece band, fronted by twin-like vocalists Jess Wolfe and Holly Laesigg, are hitting the road in support of their new album Good Grief, and also have two brand new singles “Pulling Teeth” and “The Punisher” to share with fans.
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November 20 — Red Fang with Torch at Teragram Ballroom
Sink your teeth into this! Portland based rockers Red Fang are flying high these days with their bold, performance driven new record Only Ghosts (Relapse Records), produced by Ross Robinson (At The Drive In, The Cure) and featuring the crushing single “Flies.” The band also released in-studio webisodes about the making of the album, were featured on a PBR Can Crusher Pinball machine (talk about squad goals), and are currently touring the U.S. Joining them for their special stop in Los Angeles is Torche and Whores.
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November 21 — The Pack A.D. at The Roxy
We’ve been big fans of Vancouver grunge-rock duo The Pack A.D., comprised of the supremely badass Becky Black on guitar/vocals and Maya Miller on drums, for some time now. Their 2014 album Do Not Engage was perfect for headbanging, singing along and letting loose and their forthcoming release Positive Thinking is even better! Rock hard (the self-induced whiplash will be worth it) to new songs like “So What” and “Yes I Know.” Fun af garage-punks The Two Tens support.
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November 22 — Maynard James Keenan at The Montalban
For fans of Tool, A Perfect Circle, and Puscifer, here’s your chance to experience an exceptionally rare and intimate evening with beloved front man Maynard James Keenan. In support of his authorized biography, A Perfect Union of Contrary Things, Maynard will be doing a book reading, rare Q&A session and multi-media presentation. Don’t miss out!
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November 26 — Porter Robinson & Madeon at Microsoft Theater
Longtime friends and hella popular electronic musicians Porter Robinson & Madeon have joined forces, dropping a joint single and accompanying creative, conceptual video (4 million views and counting) for “Shelter.” Their live set also promises some serious sonic and visual bang for your buck, with an interactive performance, live instrumentation, and cutting edge technology and visuals — nothing short of epic! Supporting acts are San Holo and Robotaki.
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November 26, 27 & 28 — Seu Jorge The Life Aquatic / A Tribute to David Bowie at The Theatre at Ace Hotel
Brazilian singer-songwriter Seu Jorge made quite the splash in the U.S. when he was featured in Wes Anderson’s 2004 cult hit film, starring Bill Murray, The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou, performing David Bowie covers in Portuguese. Jorge will be giving his unique spin on these classic favorites along with images from the film playing on boat-sail shaped screens at the gorgeous Theatre at Ace Hotel.
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November 27 — Aurora at Fonda Theatre
Night 27 of Red Bull Sound Select’s 30 Days In LA practically feels like Christmas morning because lucky Los Angles concert-goers will be gifted with a breathtaking performance from dark folk-pop pixie storyteller Aurora. Hear Aurora’s uniquely crafted, transforming tunes such as “Runaway” and “Conqueror” from her new album All My Demons Greeting Me. Supporting acts are Foreign Air and Oyster Kids
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The Naked and Famous

November 29 — The Naked and Famous at Fox Theater Pomona
New Zealand indietronica titans The Naked and Famous left us in a glittery haze last time we saw them perform live and we are stoked for their return to Southern California. Front woman Alisa Xayalith croons like no other and we are counting down the days until this show. Hear the band’s new album Simple Forms which features the groove fueled, gets-stuck-in-your-head dance single “Higher.” Bring your friends and sing your hearts out! Opening acts are XYLO and The Chain Gang of 1974.
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November 30 — Mr. Little Jeans at The Observatory
Norwegian electro-pop songstress Mr. Little Jeans (aka Monica Birkenes) is touring in support of her new EP F E V E R S which is out now via Nettwerk Records and was produced by badass longtime collaborator Tim Anderson (Banks, Halsey). Dance the night away to songs such as “Stitches” and “Fool 4 You.” Supporting act is Soren Bryce.
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November 30 — Two Door Cinema Club with Broods at Shrine Expo Hall
Indie electro-rockers Two Door Cinema Club just might be the best musical import out of Northern Ireland. TDCC know how to deliver the dance-worthy goods and they’re doing just that with their latest release Gameshow. Joining them are the New Zealand electro-pop sibling duo Broods who are known for injecting some serious passion into their performances and into the crowd. Marvelous synth-pop outfit Poliça (duo) support with special renditions of songs from their politically charged new album United Crushers.
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November 30 — Honus Honus at The Echo
Time to get funkalicious Los Angeles! Honus Honus aka Ryan Kattner (Man Man, Mister Heavenly) is touring in support of his weird and utterly satisfying, self-funded solo debut Use Your Delusion which features the off beat but upbeat single “The Stripper Has No Navel,” and other quirky tracks like “Vampires in the Valley” and “Oh No!”
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