Monthly Archives: August 2017

Ella Vos
Hot Artist Alert: Ella Vos — get lost in her lulling vocals that serenade with meaningful lyrics

After featuring her January School Night gig as a Best Show of the Night, Los Angeles vocalist / songwriter, Ella Vos quickly peaked our attention. With a vocal prowess that is smooth and lifting, and at times seducing, Ella Vos captivates with her enchanting range. Songs like “You Don’t Know About Me” are singalong perfection. Vos’ […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
The Head and The Heart at Alt 98.7 Summer Camp shot by Danielle Gornbein
ALT 98.7 Summer Camp sizzles with HAIM, Foster The People, Bleachers, Lord Huron and more

What better way to enjoy your afternoon than with performances by some of the newest and most buzzworthy alternative acts in the music scene? How about getting to dance to our favorite Los Angeles born and raised sisters, HAIM? Well, Alt. 98.7 answered your prayers with their annual Summer Camp concert this past Saturday. The […]

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Danielle Gornbein |
King Krule waxes philosophical with the lounge-jazz meanderings of “Czech One”

King Krule, the multi-genre juggling stage name of UK artist Archy Marshall, has shared his first new single since 2013 today with the deeply atmospheric, lounge-jazz piece, “Czech One.” Paired with a noir-esque music video filmed on what feels like 80’s home-video tapes, the song sees Marshall wandering amongst strangers–from dimly lit red-eye flights to sprawling […]

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Steven Ward |
Warpaint at Twilight Concerts at Santa Monica Pier -- Photo: Andrew Gomez
Warpaint and Wild Belle wrap memorable Twilight Concerts Series with stellar performances

This past Thursday night fans shuffled onto the Santa Monica pier for a chance to see Warpaint for the last installment of the Twilight Concert Series. Thanks to participating partner Snapchat the Santa Monica Pier were able to make this event free for fans to attend. Before the live acts began, attendants were preoccupied by […]

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Julien Baker returns with lush soul-wrenching new song “Appointments” off forthcoming album Turn Out The Lights

Singer/songwriter Julien Baker has unveiled the first single “Appointments” off her upcoming sophomore album Turn Out The Lights, the follow-up to her groundbreaking debut Sprained Ankle. Continuing the thread of viscerally confessional songwriting that she’s become renowned for, “Appointments” trades the nakedness of her acoustic guitar plucks for a glowing guitar melody, one that trickles down in the […]

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Steven Ward |
The Two Tens at The Satellite -- Photo: ZB Images
The Two Tens and The Katellas define rock ‘n’ roll at Satellite gig

With the amount of amazing music Los Angeles has to offer on any random night, from Royal Blood at the Wiltern, The Two Tens’ album release show with The Katellas/Go Betty Go at The Satellite, and the looming Echo Park Rising, we’re remind just how many fantastic bands are all around us. Wednesday night, for […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Misfits
The Original Misfits to Headline the Forum in Los Angeles

The Original Misfits Lineup Announce Exclusive Reunion Date at the Forum in Los Angeles As announced on their Facebook page, “all hell’s gonna break loose” on December 30 when the original Misfits lineup takes on the Forum in Los Angeles. Yes, you read that correctly. The Misfits featuring Glenn Danzig, Jerry Only, and Doyle Wolfgang […]

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Gary Numan to headline Teragram Ballroom Los Angeles in support of new album Savage (Songs From A Broken World)

Influential electronic, industrial legend Gary Numan headlines the Teragram Ballroom on Saturday, November 18. Gary Numan is touring in support of his forthcoming 22nd album Savage (Songs From A Broken World), featuring the pulsating new track “”What God Intended” (stream it below). With supporting act Me Not You on the bill expect a non-stop,synth-fueled, sweat soaked night of […]

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Grouplove releases fiery new single “Remember That Night”

Los Angeles indie-pop sweethearts Grouplove have debuted the newest addition to their repertoire of life-affirming anthems with “Remember That Night.” With the release of last year’s Big Mess, the group officially made their departure from the surf-rock tinted sounds that firmly rooted them in the hearts of the Southern Californian beaches they so often sang about […]

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Lauren Ruth Ward at El Rey
13 Must-See Acts at Echo Park Rising

East Los Angeles is about to pop off hard this weekend with the return of Echo Park Rising! The three-day neighborhood festival will take place August 17- 20th throughout Echo Park and trust, it’s not to be missed. And did we mention it’s FREE! As we’ve done the past few years, we’ve selected our top […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |