Stuff by: Danielle Gornbein

Spencer Ludwig
Spencer Ludwig lights up a Tuesday night show at The Echo with party vibes

Spencer Ludwig and Olivia Braga Outshine the Intimate Space at The Echo   Los Angeles had a whirlwind of modern jazz flavors served up on a silver platter last night at The Echo. With Tuesday nights in Los Angeles being the second biggest night for local free shows and residencies, a performance headlined by rising star […]

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Warpaint
Band Of Horses and Warpaint enamor crowd at Fox Theater with blissful sets

Friday night was done oh so right in Pomona this past weekend! Almost serving as a double header we had Warpaint and of course, the evening’s highly anticipated headliner, Band Of Horses. Kicking off the evening with some fire, were our Los Angeles vixens themselves: Warpaint. Emily, Theresa, Jenny and Stella — holy hell. These girls […]

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Jay Som
Jay Som delivers glossy performance at The Echo supported by Plush and Los Angeles Police Department

The generously talked about songwriter Melina Duarte, known as Jay Som, hosted a vinyl release party for her record Turn Into this Saturday night at The Echo in Los Angeles. The 22-year old just got off a tour with Mitski and Japanese Breakfast (where I actually discovered her). The album was uploaded onto Bandcamp last year […]

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Daughter at the Wiltern
Daughter delivers aural bliss at the Wiltern, Alexandra Savior spellbinds as opening act

The Wiltern hosted a warm evening of dream pop/folk on Wednesday. It’s never a dull show when European trio Daughter are in the building. The attendees anxiously stood waiting for our hump day treat, with a lovely opening by rising star Alexandra Savior. Originally from Portland, but now repping Los Angeles, the dreamy vocalist casted a […]

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The Pack A.D.
The Pack A.D. assault the senses with ‘Positive Thinking’ at The Roxy

Last week at The Roxy, Los Angeles was in for a special pre Thanksgiving treat as Canadian shredders The Pack A.D. came to headline the small Hollywood club in support of their latest album Positive Thinking. While Grimy Goods has covered The Pack A.D. numerous times, this was my first introduction to the garage rock […]

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HAIM
Fans go crazy for HAIM’s 30 Days In LA performance at Fonda Theatre

HAIM, Charlotte Day Wilson, and Steven A. Clark deliver thrilling 30 Days in LA performances at Fonda The Fonda was in for a hot night with L.A.’s favorite sisters HAIM in the house. The show is just one of the many fabulous 30 Days In LA shows, curated by Red Bull Sound Select. The night started […]

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From Indian Lakes
From Indian Lakes makes “Everything Feels Better Now” a truth after stellar Echo performance

The Echo housed a beautiful Saturday evening this past weekend. Joey Vannucchi, better known by his project — From Indian Lakes, was ending his three-month U.S. tour right here in Los Angeles. He’s a talented multi-instrumentalist who pulls inspiration from acts such as Radiohead and The Dodos. The music he produces has such a distinct […]

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Blind Pilot
Blind Pilot charm with exquisite harmonies and sweet personality at sold-out Teragram Ballroom show

A heartfelt evening of raw musicianship at its finest. The Teragram Ballroom sold-out for the first night of two back-to-back shows with Blind Pilot. Kicking off the evening, the incredible River Whyless got the night rolling. From North Carolina, this collective shines with such a unique blend of talents. You have violin, banjo, harmonium, toy piano, guitars, drums […]

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La Femme
La Femme roll out a fierce psych pop frenzy at The Regent

After making a spectacular appearance at Orange County’s annual Beach Goth, France’s La Femme made another stop in downtown Los Angeles last Tuesday night. The eager crowd piled in as friends of La Femme started the evening off, The Pesos and The Buttertones. As if fans of La Femme needed any more pumping up, The […]

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Jimmy Eat World
Jimmy Eat World steam up the Roxy with new songs and those sweet nostalgic cuts

Excited fans gathered in West Hollywood, Sunday night, to see one of their most cherished bands of our teenage raging years (as if we’ve outgrown them). The rain couldn’t keep the Roxy from selling out their club for the Arizona rock band, Jimmy Eat World. This band has been around for quite sometimes and continues to […]

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