Monthly Archives: November 2017

kate nash burger a go go
Burger- A- GoGo is back! 2017 lineup to include The Coathangers and Dengue Fever

Burger- A- GoGo is back and this time the fun pops off at Alex’s bar in Long Beach. Taking place Saturday, March 2 and Sunday, March 4 — the 2017 Burger a GoGo lineup features a lot of our favorite female-fronted acts. If you’re in for a good time, this event should not be missed. […]

Georgi Kay
Song Premiere: Georgi Kay’s New Electro Pop Single is Your New Guilty Pleasure

What’s your guilty pleasure? Chocolate? The Real Housewives? Carly Rae Jepsen? Georgi Kay wants you to get guiltier. Without completely abandoning a sense of morality, Kay advocates for exploration of intrigue, even if the subject of your desire is already spoken for. Her new single is filled with pulsing bass that could fill an auditorium, […]

Silversun Pickups at the Theatre at Ace shot by Danielle Gornbein
Silversun Pickups light up Theatre at Ace in support of Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief

With Thanksgiving come and gone, Los Angeles gathered Saturday night, post the Black Friday huzzah for an incredibly necessary cause. Los Angeles favorites, Silversun Pickups put together an extraordinary show to help raise funds for Puerto Rico after the terrible hurricane a few months ago. 100% of proceeds from ticket sales went straight to the Hispanic Federation’s “UNIDOS” fund. Without a somber […]

Danielle Gornbein |
October's Child
Song Premiere: Stargazing with October’s Child

The enormity of the universe can seem overwhelming if you think about it for too long. Perhaps that is why we think of loved ones when we stargaze. If there exists a place as incomprehensible as heaven, it would have to be among the galaxies all out of reach to us here on Earth. I […]

Zoe Elaine |
Kishi Bashi
Kishi Bashi mesmerizes gently at intimate Constellation Room, premieres raw cut of Japanese-American internment documentary

Kishi Bashi, the stage name of singer/songwriter Kaoru Ishibashi, is one of the many multi-instrumentalists who’ve been floating around behind the scenes over the past decade that’s emerged in recent years as a solo artist with his own band. A founding member of indie-rock darlings Jupiter One, Ishibashi has also toured as a violinist for […]

Steven Ward |
francine thirteen
Show Review: The ritual of Francine Thirteen, with support from Glitter Trails at the Satellite LA

The Satellite was never a venue I could pigeonhole for any particular genre. You may wander in and see a dream rock quintet, or even a mystical performance art piece, and possibly both on the same night, as it was this past Tuesday. Glitter Trails opened up for Francine Thirteen, covering both ends of the […]

Zoe Elaine |
gun n rose
Win Tickets to Guns n’ Roses at The Forum

Guns N’ Roses are bringing their “Not In This Lifetime Tour” to the Fabulous Forum in Los Angeles on Saturday, November 25 and Wednesday, November 29! The tour was just named #3 in the Top 20 Global Concert Tours by Pollstar and just won Top Tour/Top Draw at Billboard’s 2017 Touring Awards. If you have […]

Style Meets Function: 10 of the Best vinyl record storage and shelving units

Got lots of vinyl? So do we. While searching for some stylish and functional vinyl record storage solutions for our growing collection of vinyl records, I couldn’t help but feel overwhelmed. We finally moved into a nice little house and wanted to treat our vinyl to more than just the crates they currently lived in. And […]

Stereophonics talk aging with grace and not becoming 90’s one-hit-wonders

In their over two decades run as a band, Welsh rockers Stereophonics have nurtured a commercially successful project that’s established a massive worldwide fan base, released ten albums, and created a catalog of music filled to the brim with hits. With the release a few weeks ago of their tenth studio album Scream Above the Sounds, […]

Black Pistol Fire at Troubadour -- Photo: ZB Images
Photos: Black Pistol Fire at the Troubadour — THIS is what rock ‘n’ roll is all about

A Black Pistol Fire show is always something to mark on one’s calendar most importantly because it will probably sell out (as it did Saturday night at the Troubadour in West Hollywood) and you definitely don’t want to miss it. The two piece plays something like old timey blues and rock-n-roll on a dirty porch […]

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