Monthly Archives: October 2018

Earthless
Earthless to perform two nights at The Satellite

It’s the end of the year as we know it … San Diego shredders, Earthless have announced a set of end-of-the-year shows including two intimate dates at The Satellite in Silver Lake. Earthless will perform at The Satellite on Thursday, December 13 and Friday, December 14. Joining Earthless at The Satellite will be Volcano. You best […]

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Hot Band Alert: Tangerine are the dream-pop, sun-soaked soundtrack for the romances of your youth

Sleek dream-pop textures and a vocalized 80s sentimentality abound on the debut EP White Dove from Los Angeles by way of Seattle trio Tangerine. Sisters Marika and Miro Justad along with Toby Kuhn have pieced together a particularly sublime brand of sun-soaked pop giddiness for their first release, mixing transcendent new-wave guitar work with gleaming, Madonna-esque vocals. […]

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Slash with Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators at Hollywood Palladium
Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators tear up the Hollywood Palladium

Hard rock fans were in for a treat on Tuesday night at the Hollywood Palladium. Guitar legend Slash has been teaming up with singer/songwriter Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators. The project had been on an unexpected hold when estranged Guns N Roses band mate Axel Rose called Slash after not speaking for 20 years and […]

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bill baird
Premiere: Bill Baird Debuts Video for “Strigidae” Ahead of Record Release Show on Oct 27

If you aren’t familiar with him, Bill Baird is a well-regarded niche artist who has been responsible for twenty-six records over the past decade or so. Originally from Austin, the artist’s full career is enigmatic. For example, his current location on Bandcamp is Baird, Texas, which feels like a joke despite referring to a real […]

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Cafe Tacvba. Photo Farah Sosa
Cafe Tacvba rock The Troubadour with inspiring words and a bombastic performance

The iconic Mexican band Café Tacvba took Los Angeles by surprise with a five-night residency at The Troubadour in West Hollywood. Each night was jamme- packed, sold-out and filled with fans that seemed to know the band’s entire discography not missing one beat during their performance. These Latin rock legends have been at it since the early 90’s […]

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Run the Jewels unveil new song “Let’s Go (The Royal We)” for Marvel blockbuster Venom

Lending their gleefully anarchistic rhymes to another Hollywood blockbuster, hip-hop duo Run the Jewels have shared their new song “Let’s Go (The Royal We)” which originally made its debut in a post-credits scene in Venom. Adding to their growing repertoire of contributions to various films, Run The Jewels has previously offered their talents to films like Baby […]

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Steven Ward |
Desert Daze 2018
Desert Daze 2018: An Amalgam of Musical and Natural Sublimity

Rain or shine, those a part of Desert Daze 2018 really know how to forsake all odds in the name of rock n’ roll. In its seventh manifestation, the characteristically psych-inclined fest hung up it’s dusty desert boots to traipse barefoot on the glorious grassy lawns of Moreno Beach in Lake Perris. As visitors entered […]

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Los Angeles rockers The Tracks share new song “Strange Moments” off upcoming debut album

Joining the waves of Chicano artists emerging out of Los Angeles, native-sons The Tracks are poised to make a raucous debut in the form of their first album Treasured Memories of which their newest single “Strange Moments” is featured. A delightful percussive clash of jangly guitars and sizzling grooves, the song is an embodiment of the […]

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Spiritualized Orpheum Theatre
Spiritualized brings grandiose space rock to the Orpheum Theatre Los Angeles

Touring their latest release in six years, And Nothing Hurt, Spiritualized brought grandiose space rock to the Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles Wednesday night. The sold out show set to begin at 8 was pushed to 8:30 due to the immense volume of empty seats. As more people arrived, the civility of the patrons was […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Dream Wife shout their call-to-arms to stomp the patriarchy at Echo Los Angeles performance

Dream Wife at The Echo — Photos: ZB Images A bunch of bad bitches took over The Echo Wednesday night. With the evening headlined by the highly anticipated European imports, Dream Wife.  British-Icelandic power punk and gender non-conforming trio, made some noise in LA. Supported by Russo and Aquadolls, it was an eventful evening full […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |