Monthly Archives: October 2018

Twin Temple at Echo Park Rising — More Photos by ZB Images
Halloween Music Playlist … Totally Not Your Basic Bitch Halloween Music

In the spirit of Halloween, here’s an enchanting Halloween music playlist for you to get your ghoul on. Scratch that … I wouldn’t quite call the 13 songs on this playlist “Halloween music.” Instead, it’s a collection of songs that evoke mood, enchantment and emotion. Featuring songs from all female-fronted acts, these women will give […]

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St. Vincent
St. Vincent Returns to Rockstar Status at Filmed Hollywood Palladium Show

You’ve probably heard a lot about St. Vincent recently. Only a few weeks ago, she gave an intimate and surprisingly stripped back show at the Belasco Theater. That show turned out to be a preview for her new EP, MassEducation, comprised of piano renditions of her own material. On first glance, that’s quite a leap […]

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Zoe Elaine |
Black Moth Super Rainbow
Panic Blooms at Black Moth Super Rainbow’s second night at Lodge Room, Highland Park

Black Moth Super Rainbow made a second appearance at Lodge Room Highland Park Saturday night after selling out their Friday show. Supporting their May release, Panic Blooms, the Pennsylvanian act – singer Tobacco, synth players The Seven Fields of Aphelion and Pony Diver, bassist Steve SLV, and drummer Iffernaut – drew a crowd as eclectic […]

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paint band
PAINT’s Latest Single “Moldy Man” Is A Stream of Pedrum Siadatian’s Consciousness

Wrapped in a special kind of DIY haziness and playful ease, PAINT (Pedrum Siadatian of the Allah-Las) is here to seep his latest single “Moldy Man” into your ears. Off of his debut self-titled solo LP, the song is a loose kaleidoscope bathed in fuzzy psychedelia. With hyper contrasting colors and contrasting guitars, the song […]

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Wild Nothing at the Regent
Wild Nothing’s Return to the Stage at the Regent was a Riotous Celebration

Even for a Friday night, on October 27th the Regent buzzed with heavy anticipation. The venue filled quickly as the show started, which bottlenecked the entrance and caused a line that stretched well past the cafe next door. Fans of Wild Nothing and Men I Trust sold out the show about a month ahead of […]

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Zoe Elaine |
Good Witch
Premiere: Good Witch Share Experiences of “Tough Love” Ahead of EP Release Show at the Satellite

The forthcoming EP release from Good Witch is filled with double entendre. Songwriter Rose Shawhan and producer Raymond Richards comprise the local duo, who make smoky dream pop. Today, we have the privilege to premiere the lead single off Double Life EP, “Tough Love,” ahead of the band’s free show at The Satellite on October […]

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Zoe Elaine |
Temme Scott
Temme Scott Debuts Music Video For Achingly Rugged Single “The Silent One”

Watch L.A. based songwriter Temme Scott stand still amidst a flurry of chaos in the music video for her latest single “The Silent One.” Much like the rest of her tunes, “The Silent One” is written in an entirely autobiographical style—evoking wistfulness and brute strength. The single takes cold and bitter emotions and turns them […]

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Steady Holiday
Explore Power and Chaos with Steady Holiday at Their Bootleg Show on November 18th

Like many of us, Dre Babinski has found herself exhausted by the country’s state of affairs, so she unpacked her thoughts via songwriting. The record she wrote, Nobody’s Watching, became the sophomore LP under her moniker Steady Holiday upon its release back in August. Now the local artist is on tour, with a stop at […]

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Florence + The Machine
Florence + The Machine invigorates the soul with intimate performance at iHeartRadio Theater LA

Florence + The Machine — Photo: Steven Ward “You wouldn’t think I was a shy person but I am. I just get totally terrified.” It’s hard to believe that these words sheepishly escaped from the lips of Florence Welch, the same woman who commanded the attention of every single person at two back-to-back shows at […]

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stains of a sunflower
Grit and Grunge Mark New Single from Stains of a Sunflower — LA Show at the Whisky

Natalie Renée is fed up. Her band, the local rock quartet Stains of a Sunflower, has just put out a new single called “Enough,” which is filled to the brim with disdain. The song is the latest release after their self-titled EP dropped back in February. Browse any of their releases and you’ll find yourself […]

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