Monthly Archives: May 2017

Björk at Walt Disney Concert Hall -- Photo: Santiago Felipe
Björk shimmers and spellbinds with string orchestra at Walt Disney Concert Hall

Björk Provides All the Feels at Disney Hall Performance — OMG, indeed”   Last night’s Björk’s performance at the Walt Disney Concert Hall was absolutely mesmerizing to say the least. Without a doubt, it was the hottest ticket in town. As soon as the show was announced in early March, all of Los Angeles was […]

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Twin Temple
Twin Temple make even more goth sparkles with new single “Let’s Hang Together”

Los Angeles goth doo-wop duo, Twin Temple have risen with yet another delectable track. The band just shared the swoon worthy single titled “Let’s Hang Together.” Chock-full of seducing brass and groovy guitars, Twin Temple live up to their Motown-inspired sound. Aside from the pleasurable vibes of “Let’s Hang Together,” we’re also diggin’ on the […]

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Foster the People at the Observatory North Park by Steven Ward
Foster the People kick off return at the Observatory North Park

The last time Foster the People graced any stage in the country was back in 2015 at the inaugural debut of Kaaboo Del Mar just north of the San Diego coast, a long two years for even the most casual of fans. Taking to the stage at the Observatory North Park not far from the […]

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May 30 — Tonight’s Best Shows — Bjork, Oh Land, Battle Tapes

Tonight’s best shows in and around Los Angeles feature the highly anticpated arrival of BJORK’s performance at the Walt Disney Concert Hall. If you’re catching BJORK at the Walt Disney Concert Hall, consider yourself very lucky. It’s probably the hottest ticket of 2017, thus far. Also on our top recommendations for tonight are Oh Land […]

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Kim and The Created
East End Block Party to feature No Parents, Kim and The Created

The FREE summertime fun just doesn’t quit! The East End Block Party in Santa Ana returns for another all-day party. The folks at Top Acid have curated an awesome lineup of bands sure to get you hot and sticky. The lineup includes: No Parents, Kim and the Created, Beach Bums, Jurassic Shark, Pity Party, The […]

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Devendra Banhart, Farah Sosa
The Broad announces Summer Happenings lineup feat. Jenny Hval, Devendra Banhart, A Place To Bury Strangers

Returning for a second season of awesome live music (and art), The Broad has announced its 2017 lineup for their Summer Happenings concert series. This year’s selections of musical acts will include: Jenny Hval, Vaginal Davis, Kembra Pfahler, Xiu Xiu, Devendra Banhart, Afrirampo, Miho Hatori, A Place to Bury Strangers, Geneva Jacuzzi, Zebra Katz, DJ […]

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Kikagaku Moyo
All the way from Japan, Kikagaku Moyo dose Los Angeles with their “feel good” psych rock at the Echoplex

Kikagaku Moyo is a Japanese psychedelic band from Tokyo. They coin their sounds as feel good music and once you experience them, you understand why. On Monday night in Los Angeles, the Echoplex was filled with the curious and the lovers of these trippy sounds. Long hair, electric guitars, drums, tambourine and even a sitar were […]

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Skirball Cultural Center
Skirball Cultural Center announces lineup for its free summer concerts series

The Skirball Cultural Center is back it for its 21st year with its free Sunset Concerts. The annual outdoor summer concerts series is one of our favorites that we look forward to each year. Skirball has always been known for showcasing emerging talents and established artists from Los Angeles and around the globe. The bands they […]

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DIIV at The Regent -- Photo: Andrew Gomez
DIIV rips through incredible set at Regent with support from The Paranoyds and Tishaki Miyaki

LA based trio Tishaki Miyaki opened up for DIIV this past Sunday night at The Regent and got things rolling at a leisurely pace. With Lucy Miyaki on vocals and drums, backed by Rocky Tashaki and Dora Miller on guitar and bass, the trio combines jangle pop with fuzzy female vocals at a sedate and […]

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Sarah Grace McLaughlin (aka Bishop Briggs) at The Troubadour
May 24 — Tonight’s Best Shows: Bishop Briggs, Bomba Estereo, Amanda Palmer

Wednesday is looking good in Los Angeles! Tonight’s best shows in and around Los Angeles include: Bishop Briggs at The Observatory, Bomba Estereo with Banoffee at The Mayan, Amanda Palmer at The Troubadour, Catfish and the Bottlemen at House of Blues Anaheim and more. Check out our Los Angeles concert calendar below for more show […]

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