Monthly Archives: July 2017

Echo Park Rising Announces its 2017 Lineup

  The most exciting weekend in East Los Angeles is rumbling down Sunset Boulevard. Echo Park Rising is back and has announced its 2017 lineup. The three-day neighborhood festival will take place August 17- 20th throughout Echo Park. Echo Park Rising Lineup This year’s Echo Park rising lineup will feature the following acts: Surf Curse, […]

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Portugal. The Man at the House of Blues shot by Danielle Gornbein
Portugal. The Man shred the House of Blues Anaheim with groovy psychedelic swirls of splendor

Portugal. The Man and Benjamin Booker Rock the New House of Blues Anaheim This past Thursday night, the House of Blues Anaheim had quite the treat with the self-proclaimed “Lords of Portland,” none other than Portugal. The Man.  Getting the night started was the brilliant musician, Benjamin Booker. I remember catching him down the road at the […]

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Street Joy
Street Joy Call For Police Accountability on New Single, “Ricochet”

You may remember earlier this summer when Grimy Goods premiered a funky new single from Street Joy, marking a change in the direction of the band’s overall sound. The elements of “Do A Thing” were thoughtful, intriguing even, with lyrics and instrumentation intertwined on several levels. Well, the band released a new song last Friday […]

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Shannon Lay’s new LP Living Water to be first release on Mare Records, listen to new single “The Moons Detriment”

Shannon Lay has been making rounds around LA for the past two years, playing to sparsely crowded bars the cathartic songs from her debut album All This Life Goes Down, stopping hearts with her crystal clear vocals and soul-tugging strums. Incidentally, it was a similar experience that Kevin Morby had when he first saw Lay live […]

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Chelsea Wolfe mingles beauty and brutality on new track “Vex”

LA’s doom-drenched rock songstress Chelsea Wolfe’s newest album Hiss Spun is out in a month and in its anticipation, she’s shared new song “Vex,” featuring Aaron Turner (SUMAC, Old Man Gloom) on vocals and Troy Van Leeuwen (Queens of the Stone Age) on guitar. Taking her already boomingly bleak sonics on a rollicking run through of black […]

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Prism Tats sticks it to the glory days on groovy new track “Used to be Cool”

Prism Tats, the moody, psych-inflicted post-punk creation of Garrett van der Spek, has unveiled the second track “Used to be Cool” off his upcoming EP 11:11. Based in Los Angeles, Prism Tats mixes smart lyricisms with riveting guitar-driven lulling on “Used to be Cool,” taking on the egomaniac with “Let’s Dance” era David Bowie. On his […]

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FYF Fest Fashion Style Photos Music Festival fashion
Photos: FYF Style — Festival Fashion, Concert Crowds, Fuck Yeah!

FYF Fest 2017 has come to an amazing close. Check out our FYF style photos including photos of festival fashion, concert crowd shots and all things Fuck Yeah Fest! If you missed any of our FYF 2017 live music coverage, including photo galleries and reviews, we’ve listed all of our coverage below! Don’t miss out […]

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Grace Blue
EP Premiere: LA-based alt-pop duo Grace Blue share debut EP —  Playing The Mint Aug. 2

Taking their resonating alt-pop tunes to a remote village of Dzembronya, Ukraine, duo Grace Blue bring to life their own personal restlessness in the new music video for “Our Eyes.” Now based in Los Angeles, both Grace Mogz and Joseph Arazi met in their hometown of Tel Aviv and share a penchant for upbeat, synth-peddling […]

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FYF Fest 2017 Oh Sees by Andrew Gomez
Oh Sees follow up FYF with Los Angeles date at Teragram Ballroom

After wrapping out a unforgettable set at FYF, Oh Sees have scheduled a Los Angeles headline date at the Teragram Ballroom in Downtown LA. Known for their high energy sets led by John Dwyer, Oh Sees will take the Teragram on Thursday, August 31. The Oh Sees Teragram date is part of the band’s new summer […]

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Cherry Glazer at FYF 2017 by Steven Ward
Solange crowns herself queen of FYF amongst the weekend’s biggest headliners

With 2017 being FYF’s inaugural debut as a three-day festival, there was an obvious toll taken on the spirits (and feet) of even the festival’s most veteran of attendees as they showed up to conquer the last leg of their weekend at Exposition Park. With Sunday being one of the coolest days of the event […]

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