Monthly Archives: February 2017

AFI at the Wiltern shot by Danielle Gornbein
AFI party like it’s 1999 — explosively impressive performance at Wiltern, Los Angeles

A Fire Inside aka. AFI ended their tour right here in Los Angeles last Friday and Saturday night. Catching the Friday performance was one for the books. People flooded into the Wiltern with much excitement to see The Blood Tour at its finest. AFI just released their tenth, self-titled, album. This band has stayed true to […]

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Danielle Gornbein |
social distortion
Feb. 28 — Tonight’s Best Shows: Social Distortion, Pom Poms with Alyeska, Lissie

Tonight’s best show in and around Los Angeles feature Social Distortion at the House of Blues Anaheim! The band will be supported by Paul Cauthen and Jade Jackson. Other top recommendations include: Pom Poms with Alyeska at Resident, Ugly God with Nessly Caye at The Echoplex, Sam Outlaw at Harvard and Stone, and Lissie at […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Franz Ferdinand this week at Echoplex
Franz Ferdinand Announce U.S. Tour with Los Angeles date at The Regent

British indie rockers, Franz Ferdinand have announced a U.S. tour with an L.A. date at The Regent in downtown Los Angeles!  Franz Ferdinand will headline The Regent on Monday, June 12. The show is presented by Spaceland, FYF and Goldenvoice — supporting acts have yet to be announced. Additional West Coast tour dates include a show at the […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Feb. 27 — Tonight’s Best Shows: Buscabulla, Jens Lekman, Mind Meld

Tonight on our Los Angeles concert calendar, our top recommendations include: Buscabulla at the Echoplex! This show is sold-out, we really hope you got a ticket to see this great duo live. Check them out! Other best show picks include Jens Lekman at the Teragram Ballroom (also sold-out), The Palms with Psychic Love at The […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Rebel and a Basketcase at the Satellite shot by Danielle Gornbein
Rebel and a Basketcase steal the show and take zero prisoners at Satellite gig

They were just one of the openers, but nobody seemed to have relayed that message to dynamic duo Rebel and a Basketcase as they hit the stage at the Satellite Thursday night. Comprised around the talents of Evan Rachel Wood and Zach Villa, everything about the two screams 80’s rock and glam; from their very name (a […]

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Steven Ward |
Cloud Nothings at the Teragram Ballroom by Steven Ward
Sweat and moshpits greet Cloud Nothings in their return to LA at Teragram Ballroom

For a night that would end with the entirety of the Teragram Ballroom engaging in one massive, spiraling moshpit of enthused fans crashing into one another–it began in the most mellowest of ways possible. Hand-selected by Cloud Nothings to open for them, the soft strumming folk of Los Angeles-based Itasca, led by singer/songwriter Kayla Cohen, […]

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Steven Ward |