Monthly Archives: September 2018

Leon Bridges
Leon Bridges shines bright at Greek Theatre, joined by special guest John Mayer

It was a wonderful night under the stars at the Greek Theatre this past Tuesday. The multi-Grammy-nominated showstopper, Leon Bridges made his LA stop along his current Good Thing world tour. First night joining Bridges on tour were Khruangbin. The trio is ultimately an instrumental band with space for only some repetitively soft chanting. Their music is […]

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O Future
Premiere: O Future Demonstrate Devotion Through Immobility in New Video for Stay”

Eventually, a song will be written for every subject; today marks the release of one about medieval anchorite nuns. The new single from O Future (formerly OOFJ) is called “Stay,” referring to the vows of immobility taken by those who dedicated their lives completely to their faith. Grimy Goods has an exclusive stream of the […]

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Zoe Elaine |
Festival of Disruption music festival
Festival of Disruption adds rare performance by Mercury Rev to the lineup

David Lynch’s Festival of Disruption returns to the Theatre at Ace in Downtown-town Los Angeles on October 13 and October 14. Recently added to the Festival of Disruption lineup is a rare performance by Mercury Rev. This will be the band’s first Los Angeles performance in 10 years. Mercury Rev are celebrating the 20th anniversary of […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Paige Emery
Premiere: Paige Emery stimulates the senses with new single “Glass Window”

Sweet, yet haunting, Los Angeles-based artist Paige Emery has revealed her new single “Glass Window.” The song haunts with gentle choir-like vocals that have a tinge of creepy eeriness to them. With a vibrant blend of guitars, synths, electronic drums and layered vocals — it’s no surprise that Paige Emery is also a painter. Just […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Winter
Premiere: Winter Throws a Technicolor Party in Video for “You Don’t Know Me”

Friendship is complicated. Growing older can cause friction between even the thickest of thieves, especially if one has decided to turn away from a life of crime. Samira Winter and her namesake band explore a fading relationship on “You Don’t Know Me” from their spring LP release, Ethereality. Watch the new video exclusively below. Outside […]

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Zoe Elaine |
nao
NAO and Xavier Omär to headline The Novo in Downtown, Los angeles

NAO and Xavier Omär have announced a headline gig at The Novo in Downtown, Los Angeles on Friday, January 18. NAO is headed on tour in support of her forthcoming album, Saturn, out October 26 via RCA, Little Tokyo Recordings. Pre-order the album here to gain pre-sale access to her tour. Xavier Omär is a name you need […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
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Death From Above to headline the Teragram Ballroom in Downtown, Los Angeles

Death From Above will headline a Los Angeles show at the Teragram Ballroom on Sunday, Nov. 4 with support from CRX. The Canadian dance-punk duo are touring in support of their 2002 debut EP, Heads Up. In addition to Death From Above’s Los Angeles concert date at the Troubadour, the band also has a slew of U.S. dates […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Rachel Goodrich
Rachel Goodrich schedules LA show at The Hi Hat

Rachel Goodrich has a Los Angeles headline gig popping off at The Hi Hat in Highland Park on Saturday, September 29. With new music in the works, you won’t want to miss out on this local favorite. Goodrich is known for her oh-so-smooth vocals (girl’s got some soul, stream her latest song below), but we’ve […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Brother Oliver
Premiere: Be Wary of False Prophets, Warns Brother Oliver

When we are desperate, we become irrational. Recklessness makes us prone to fall for schemes from unsavory characters. South Carolina’s Brother Oliver tells us to be wary around new people with unusual ideas; their new single “False Prophet” is a powerful bit of wisdom. Listen to it exclusively below and grab tickets to their upcoming True […]

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Zoe Elaine |
Whitey Morgan
Whitey Morgan announces Los Angeles show at Troubadour, West Hollywood

Flint, Michigan country artist, Whitey Morgan has a Los Angeles tour date scheduled at the Troubadour in West Hollywood. Touring in support of his forthcoming self-produced album, Hard Times and White Lines, Morgan will bring his outlaw country tunes to a surely sold-out house at the Troubadour on Thursday, November 29. Of the recording, Morgan shares, […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |