Monthly Archives: August 2019

Ty Segall at Teragram Ballroom - Photo: ZB Images
Tonight’s Best Concerts in Los Angeles: Ty Segall, The Courtneys, Zoolux, Peach Kelli Pop

Tonight’s Best Concerts in Los Angeles feature: Ty Segall and the Freedom and at Teragram Ballroom, The Courtneys with IAN SWEET at The Bootleg Theater, Zoolux with Egg Drop Soup at Moroccan Lounge, Peach Kelli Pop at The Hi Hat and more. Check it all out below! Friday — August 30, 2019 ZOOLUXX, Egg Drop […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Hazel English at Checker Hall
Hazel English waxes lyrical at stripped-down Checker Hall show

Playing acoustic in an upstairs dining hall in Highland Park known as Checker Hall, Australian singer-songwriter Hazel English gave a short but poignant performance to a room of friends and strangers. Amongst the high-stacked glass bottles of alcohol that towered from the bar at the center of the room and the group that had gathered […]

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Steven Ward |
Beabadoobee
Beabadoobee chases a crush and identity crisis on jangle-rocker “She Plays Bass”

Beabadoobee crafts the kind of infectious, guitar-peddling, bedroom pop that taps into the giddy romantic in us all. Her video for new single “She Plays Bass” finds the seafoam-haired Londoner chasing love and an identity crisis—with a bass playing crush and jangle-rock textures swirling at its center. Glowing and blissfully melancholic, beabadoobee wrestles with her […]

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Steven Ward |
Daniel Caesar
Daniel Caesar at Greek Theatre LA — A true aural gift for anyone lucky enough to witness live

The Greek Theatre has had quite the concerts calendar lately. The streak was still going strong this past Monday night with the exceptional Daniel Caesar. The GRAMMY award-winning musician sold the show out with little to no hesitation. When this show and a massive tour were announced at the end of June, they were so […]

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Danielle Gornbein |
bryan ferry
Tonight’s Best Concerts in Los Angeles: Bryan Ferry, Cut Chemist, Georgi Kay

Tonight’s Best Concerts in Los Angeles feature Bryan Ferry at the Greek Theatre, Cut Chemist at The Mayan, Georgi Kay at Sayers Club, Sam Marine & The Walks Of Life at Moroccan Lounge and more. Check it all out below! Thursday — August 29, 2019 Bryan Ferry at Greek Theatre Cut Chemist at The Mayan […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Lola Kirke Announces EP, Shares Video For New Track “Mama”

Country songbird Lola Kirke released a video for her most recent tune ‘Mama,’ an intimate musing on the mother daughter relationship. Lola Kirke stars in the video as a high class woman who we see unravel throughout the course of the story. Lola also announced that her upcoming EP ‘Friends And Foes And Friends Again’ […]

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The Roots
Tonight’s Best Concerts in LA (8/28): The Roots, Helado Negro, Stray Cat

Tonight’s Best Concerts in Los Angeles feature The Roots at the Hollywood Bowl, Helado Negro at the Santa Monica Piers, Stray Cats at Greek Theatre, Mannequin Pussy at the Echo, Howlin’ Rain at he Moroccan Lounge and more. Check it all out below! Wednesday — August 28, 2019 The Roots at Hollywood Bowl Helado Negro, […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Electric Youth band
Electric Youth create synth-soundtrack reserved for cinema-sized stories on Memory Emotion

When Electric Youth lent—in collaboration with French artist College—their song “Real Hero” to the Drive soundtrack back in 2011, the song scratched an itch for the kind of lush, synth-pop polished ballads you probably didn’t know you were craving at the time. Long before the heady synthesizer-laden soundtrack and 70-80s nostalgia revival led by shows […]

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Steven Ward |
Spare Parts for Broken Hearts
Ironic New Single from Spare Parts for Broken Hearts, “Big Win” Provides Catharsis

LA’s rock scene has been exploding with queer and female-fronted acts in the past few years, and one of the brightest local stars is Spare Parts for Broken Hearts. Our love for the project, helmed by Sarah Green, is well-documented in the halls of Grimy Goods, and we are pleased to share her newest single, […]

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Zoe Elaine |
Josef Leimberg by Farah Sosa
Josef Leimberg wraps Skirball’s Sunset Concerts with brilliant performance

The Skirball Cultural Center reached its final show of the 2019 Sunset Concerts series with trump-player-lyricist-producer-extraordinaire, Josef Leimberg. The evening was filled with an attentive crowd immersed in his Afro futuristic sounds. Accompanied by a full band, Leimberg dazzled the audience with tracks from his solo debut album ‘Astral Progressions,’ and his much-anticipated forthcoming album, ‘The […]

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