Monthly Archives: July 2018

The Lemon Twigs
The Lemon Twigs to headline Hollywood Forever Cemetery

The Lemon Twigs have announced a special Los Angeles record release show at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery on Monday, October 15. The duo composed of brothers Brian and Michael D’Addario, will release their new album Go To School on August 24 via 4AD. The 15-track album was written, recorded, produced and mixed by the pair at […]

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Marissa Nadler to headline Moroccan Lounge in support of new album

Get ready to be serenaded by the enchanting voice of Marissa Nadler. The Boston-based singer / songwriter is headed to Los Angeles for a headline show at the Moroccan Lounge in Downtown, Los Angeles. Marissa Nadler will perform at the intimate Moroccan Lounge on  Monday, October 15. Marissa Nadler is touring in support of her new […]

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Nick Andre
Nick Andre’s “LA’s On Fire” feat. Rob Sonic and Hanni El Khatib is the summer track you need right now

Nick Andre’s “LA’s on Fire” Sizzles with Purpose “LA’s on Fire,” the new single from Nick Andre featuring Rob Sonic and Hanni El Khatib, gets the current state of the southland city right on a number of levels. Sounding like its transmissions are coming through on a crackling speaker left to bake in the recent heat […]

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black flamingo
Premiere: Black Flamingo Embrace Their Contradictions

Black Flamingo is filled with contradictions. Their name is the obvious first example, and their sound reflects a dichotomy of tropical light and gothic darkness, too. Add to the pile the title and feel of their new EP, Living Ghost, which will entertain as much as it haunts you. Kimi Recor (founder of Play Like […]

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Youngr
Youngr to headline The Troubadour, watch new video for “Lost In Translation”

Youngr will be headed to the Troubadour in West Hollywood for a headline show date on Saturday, November 3. The electro-pop, multi-instrumentalist has been causing some global waves the past year, and he’s showing no signs of stopping. Having recently released new track ‘Lost In Translation,’ (watch the video below), the new song follows previous […]

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Sylvan Esso outshine the stars above at Greek Theater LA

Despite a mid-afternoon brush fire near Griffith Park, the Greek Theatre kept its gates open and Tuesday night’s show prevailed! Starting the night off was the very talented Amber Coffman. The former guitarist/vocalist of indie rock band, Dirty Projectors went solo in 2017 after leaving the band. Her act is nothing short of dreamy. You can check out her debut record […]

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The Seeds
The Seeds and Love to perform live at the Regent, Los Angeles

Fans of the influential 60s garage psych band, The Seeds, have all the reason to get excited (if they’re in and around Los Angeles! The Seeds have announced a headline Los Angeles show date at the Regent in Downtown, Los Angeles. Joining The Seeds at the Regent L.A. will be psychedelic rock purveyors, Love. With both […]

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Los Campesinos! celebrate 10 year anniversary albums with tour including Los Angeles gig at Echoplex

Los Campesinos! are headed to Los Angeles for a headline show date at the Echoplex on Tuesday, November 6! Los Campesinos! are touring to celebrate the 10 year anniversary of the release of both ‘Hold On Now, Youngster…’ and ‘We Are Beautiful, We Are Doomed’. Revel in all the sweet indie / emo pop nostalgia […]

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james v television
Hot New Music: Stream James V’s new track “Television,” and grab yourself a tube while you’re at it

James V is keeping things weird with his track “Television.” Masterminded by Los Angeles vocalist / guitarist / bassist James Thomer, “Television” is smooth and swirly, with just the right kind of weird. I’m not talking just any weird, I’m talking that special weird. The kind where a stranger passes by you on the street […]

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Best Free Summer Concerts in Los Angeles — Indie, Hip Hop, World & more

Free outdoor summer concerts in Los Angeles are brewing, and everyone’s asking the golden question: where can I find free summer concerts in Los Angeles? Well, the problem here is not finding the plethora of free summer concerts LA has to offer, it’s choosing which ones to attend. Beware, you might have to clone yourself […]

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