Monthly Archives: June 2017

Desert Daze keeps upping the ante — 2017 lineup to feature Spiritualized, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Panda Bear and more

Desert Daze 2017 Lineup Just Got Better Since its humble inception, Desert Daze has always been a favorite music festival of ours. We’re talking back to 2012 when it was the Moonblock Party days … One of the few music festivals that actually carries the soul of a “music festival” — Desert Daze is the perfect […]

Geneva Jacuzzi at The Broad -- Photo: Jason Lindley
Honoring an Icon: Broad Summer Happenings Pays Tribute to Nico with Performances by Jenny Hval, Geneva Jacuzzi and more

If you’ve not yet been to the Broad downtown, consider a visit this summer at an installment of the aptly titled Summer Happenings at the Broad. The museum currently features a number of notable exhibits, including Jeff Koons with those picturesque tulips and Michael Jackson and Bubbles; several pieces by Roy Lichtenstein; and of course […]

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June 29 — Tonight’s Best Shows: Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Buzzcocks, The Paranoyds

Tonight in Los Angeles, we go 2 for 2 with another highly anticpated performance by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds. This time at the Greek! Other top show recommendations include The Paranoyds with Frankie and the Witch Fingers at The Echo, Space Yacht at Teragram Ballroom, The Buttertones with Pinky Pinky at Levitt Pavilion […]

Livia Slingerland
Song Premiere: Liv Slingerland shares anthemic new single “Hold On To”

Los Angeles alt-rocker, Liv Slingerland has premiered her anthemic new single “Hold On To.” Self-described as “energetic, angsty, yet optimistic” — the new song has a catchy hook and sound reminiscent of the 90s. While the vibrant number begs for you to sing-along to its buoyant melodies, the lyrics “tell a story about searching for […]

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Mumford & Sons at Arroyo Seco Festival shot by Danielle Gornbein
Mumford and Sons close out Arroyo Seco Weekend’s enchanting final day with brazen folk-rock

Arroyo Seco Weekend’s final day had the incredible task of topping the previous night’s legendary appearance by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers–and it had to do it in the ninety-degree heat to boot. But with it’s most stacked lineup of artists at the ready, Sunday was the impressive finale it needed to be for the […]

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Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
June 28 — Tonight’s Best Shows: Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Jungle Fire, Day Wave

Tonight’s best shows in and around Los Angeles feature the one-and-only Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds performing at the Theatre at Ace Hotel. The show is sold-out! Hope you have tickets! Other top show recommendations include Jungle Fire at Zebulon, Day Wave at the El Rey Theatre and more. Check our our Los Angeles […]

Girlpool at the Glass House by Steven Ward
Girlpool embrace folk-punk and add drums for Glass House performance

When duo Girlpool first emerged, one of the draws of their two-piece folk harmonies was the noticeable vacuum in their music that came with a lack of percussion accompaniment. Cleo Tucker and Harmony Tividad both had the chops, vocals, and songwriting, but the solitude with which their voices mingle with their strumming is what makes their […]

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Foo Fighters
Presale: Cal Jam 17 set to rumble Glen Helen with Foo Fighters, Queens of the Stone Age, The Kills

Cal Jam 17 Rumbles Glen Helen Regional Park on October 7 Cal Jam is making its way to the Glen Helen Regional Park in San Bernardino for an incredible night of music you will not want to miss. Announced by the Foo Fighters, the lineup will feature an impressive list of rock acts including: Queens […]

The Singles
Song Premiere: The Singles share new single “If You Want Me You Can Have Me”

Los Angeles Trio The Singles share “If You Want Me You Can Have Me” off Forthcoming Album Los Angeles rock trio The Singles are back with a catchy new single titled “If You Want Me You Can Have Me.” The new song is part of The Singles’ forthcoming album Sweet Tooth. This will be the fourth […]

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Air at The Greek Theatre -- Photo by ceethreedom
Air drop all the nostalgic acid chills at Greek Theatre performance, joined by special guests including Beck

How is it that it’s been 20 years since Air first came on to the scene? I have very clear (and fond) memories of listening to Premiers Symptômes, and Moon Safari, over and over when these records first came out. I still get acid chills when I hear the bubbling synths and dubbed out hi-hats […]

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