Monthly Archives: September 2018

Dirty Laundry wants to get your ass out to vote — Rise Above :: A Voter Registration Benefit Show

The crew at Dirty Laundry TV & Penniback Records have a great event coming up that you all need to get behind! On Sunday, Sept. 23, Dirty Laundry TV & Penniback Records will present Rise Above :: A Voter Registration Benefit Show featuring Hutch Harris (of The Thermals), Frances Quinlan (of Hop Along), Crush (members of The Black […]

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Jarvis Cocker to headline The Regent in Downtown, Los Angeles

Jarvis Cocker, the spicy Pulp frontman has announced a concert date at The Regent in Downtown, Los Angeles. Cocker will perform at the Regent on Wednesday, October 10 as part of his “Jarvis Cocker introducing JARV IS…” Following a string of intimate gigs at English venues, Jarvis Cocker is now playing a set of California gigs. In […]

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Premiere: illiterates make thrashin’ call for revolution with new single “My Enemy”

illiterates waste no time thrashing to the point with their new single “My Enemy.” In true punk fashion, the track is hard, fast and loud. It bangs with manic drums, fierce guitar riffs and it gets super weird around the 40-second mark. You may feel a bit disoriented for a few hot seconds, but “My […]

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Tarfest Music and Art Festival returns as the must-visit, multi-cultural event of the fall

The sixteenth annual Tarfest Music and Art Festival returns to the La Brea Tar Pits Park on Saturday, September 22, bringing with it a host of entertainment and deliciousness for all ages. Thanks to non-profit Launch LA, along with support from sponsors and the local business/art community, the event is once more open to all-ages […]

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Get Caught Overheating With Fever Feel Tonight at Harvard and Stone

If your favorite Beatles song is “Revolution 9,” then you’ll love Fever Feel. Even if you have little respect for that comparison, keep reading—the Canadian three-piece is creative in the best ways. The band has a self-titled album due out next week, on September 14th to be exact; get a first look at their psychedelic […]

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Wayne Kramer of the MC5 announces “Kick Out the Jams” 50th Anniversary Tour — LA Show at John Anson Ford Theatre

There’s only a handful of bands that give me goosebumps when I hear their opening riffs, and one of those bands are the MC5. Co-founded by revolutionary guitarist Wayne Kramer, MC5 delivered punk ‘n’ blues with a powerful message. They went against the grain and weren’t afraid to shout their anti-establishment lyrics. For those reasons, they […]

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Slothrust share slammin’ new single “Planetarium” — LA date at Lodge Room

Thrashin’ at the speed of light, Slothrust have shared a wild new track tilted “Planetarium.” The track rips and roars with ripe guitar licks and some slammin’ bass lines. While the song sounds like a good time, there’s actually a heavy message hidden beneath those enticing cymbals and strums. Slothrust are on tour with in […]

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Premiere: Young Creatures Demand Answers on New Single “Something I Don’t Know”

What’s worse: living in ignorance or knowing that there’s something you don’t know? Young Creatures have an existential crisis over this question in their brand new single, premiering today exclusively on Grimy Goods. Listen to “Something I Don’t Know” below. The local trio has shuffled around the city for years, exposing Angelenos to their lighthearted, […]

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