Gang of Youths find meaninglessness but don’t fret in “The Deepest Sighs, the Frankest Shadows”

Gang of Youths, the rapturous rock band from Australia that seems hell bent on tackling the existential and spiritual angst of the human condition all by their lonesome have debuted the music video for their newest anthem, “The Deepest Sighs, the Frankest Shadows.” The song is off the band’s highly anticipated new album Go Farther in […]

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Gang of Youths spit fire and hope at The Echo for U.S. tour finale

Mingling punkish vitality with enduring sentiments, Australian five-piece Gang of Youths left The Echo a smoldering heap in the aftermath of their set last Thursday. Ending an exhausting tour of the US with their sights on Europe for the final leg of their global trek, the band gave fans a rager to remember them by. […]

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Interview: David Le’aupepe of Gang of Youths talks his uncompromising devotion to beautiful lyrics

Every few years it seems, Australia manages to churn out another solid indie band or artist that manages to make headlines with a stunning debut–so it’s understandable if you’re having trouble keeping up. However, it would be criminal to continue overlooking one such act that made its damn-near flawless debut in 2015 with The Positions, a […]

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Gang of Youths end tour at Constellation Room in a bloodied tribute to personal tragedy and glory

Bringing to life the ferocious crucible through which their baroque-rock anthems were born, the inferno of rambunctious adolescence that is Gang of Youths took to the Constellation Room in Santa Ana for the final stop on their tour, to offer up their tragedies for our catharsis. Centered around the bloodied hardships of lead singer David […]

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Bob Dylan, Gang of Youths, and Ides of Gemini top this week’s best Los Angeles concerts

This week’s best concerts in Los Angeles feature acts as well known as Bob Dylan to bands as lesser known as Shark Muffin. Our top picks for mainstream / well known acts include: Bob Dylan at the Shrine, Mase at The Novo, Cage The Elephant at The Shrine, Toots and the Maytals at Fonda Theatre, […]

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Best Los Angeles Concerts of the Month — Sept. 2019

Find Cool Concerts in Los Angeles Looking for cool concerts in Los Angeles? Whether you’re visiting L.A. or call yourself an Angelino, Grimy Goods handpicks the best shows in Los Angeles for you to check out! Our monthly Best Concerts in Los Angeles features artists and bands from all genres: EDM, indie rock, punk rock, […]

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Shirley Manson summons the rain at Cal Jam 18, Foo Fighters bring back Nirvana and Iggy Pop proves to be immortal

Dave Grohl chose a pleasantly cool and loudy day for his second annual Cal Jam Fest. Taking place at the the Glen Helen Amphitheater in San Bernardino, Cal Jam Fest 18 featured some rock legends and jaw-dropping surprises. Here are some first impressions (notes) from our photographer Kim Zsebe’s (aka ZB Images) perspective. Thunder Pussy: […]

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Outside Lands 2018: Five Must-See Lesser Known Acts

Outside Lands 2018 revealed its lineup a few weeks ago, but you can be forgiven if you’re still spinning like we are from the absolutely stacked bill of bands and artists who are slated to perform. Like FYF in Los Angeles, Outside Lands will mark the return of pop superstar Janet Jackson, as well as performances […]

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Grimy Goods’ Favorite Albums of 2017

As 2017 comes to a close, we’d like to shout-out all the albums that made their way into our speakers for countless plays. From the hip hop daggers of Kendrick Lamar’s DAMN, to the other worldly sounds of Björk’s Utopia — and smaller acts like Phoebe Bridgers and Perfume Genius — the crew at Grimy […]

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2017 In Review: Grimy Goods’ 5 Favorite Artist / Band Interviews

2017 was an interesting year. While we saw the United States slosh around in political turmoil, we also saw the music community (worldwide) hit strong with terrorist attacks at concerts and music festivals. Shit was, and still is scary. While there was a definite dark side to 2017, there was also a bright side. Our […]

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