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Queens of the Stone Age Announce Tour with Los Angeles date at The Forum

Queens of the Stone Age Announce Villains Tour with Support from Ty Segall and Royal Blood Coming off a viciously badass performance at Cal Jam, Queens of the Stone Age have announced a North American Villains Tour with a Los Angeles headline performance at the Fabulous Forum. Additional tour stops include San Francisco, Las Vegas, […]

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Jonathan Wilson to headline three intimate nights at the Moroccan Lounge

Jonathan Wilson has announced three special performances at the Moroccan Lounge in the Downtown LA Arts District. The Laurel Canyon-based singer-songwriter will perform with a band, friends and plenty of strings. Wilson shared on Facebook that he’ll be performing songs from his “new album, playing some older material, some with band, some solo, some with […]

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Win Tickets to the Growlers Six featuring Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Dan Auerbach, Modest Mouse

Per usual, it’s just in time for Halloween! The Growlers have continued their Beach Goth legacy with Growlers Six. New and improved, the two-day festival will take place Oct. 28-29 at the LA Waterfront in San Pedro. Already a waaaaay better location than the Observatory grounds. Growlers Six will feature The Growlers, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, […]

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iHeart Radio announces inaugural AlterEgo lineup at The Forum featuring Spoon, The National, Mumford & Sons

iHeartRadio has announced their inaugural lineup for their ALTer Ego music festival! The festival taking place Sunday, January 19 will feature performances by Mumford and Sons, Cage the Elephant, Beck, Spoon, Walk the Moon, Dashboard Confessional, The National and more artists to be announced. For a brand that constantly books the world’s biggest pop stars, […]

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Silversun Pickups announce Puerto Rico benefit show at the Theater at Ace

In support of hurricane relief for Puerto Rico, Los Angeles indie darlings, Silversun Pickups have announced a benefit show at the Theater at Ace Hotel for November 25. Performing with them are Minus The Bear. Always coming through with a big heart, Silversun Pickups are no strangers to hosting benefit shows. “What’s happening in Puerto […]

Colony House
An Interview with Colony House: From side job hustles to becoming full-time musicians

Colony House’s tracks can be best described as uniquely indie-rock. With grungier, synthesized songs like “3:20” and soft ballads like “This Beautiful Life”, Colony House’s discography truly embodies the entire spectrum of the genre. Anthemic choruses and uplifting lyrics characterize the bulk of Only The Lonely, the quartet’s sophomore studio album. The Nashville-based band’s lineup […]

BØRNS announces third Los Angeles show date (and it’s FREE)

BØRNS Announce FREE Los Angeles Show Date at School Night! BØRNS has added a third Los Angeles show date to his North American headline tour. The indie-pop singer, songwriter and musician, BØRNS (aka Garret Borns) will now play a special date at School Night at Bardot in Hollywood. To top it all off, as with […]

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Desert Daze Reveals Set Times for its 2017 Event

Desert Daze is going off this weekend October 12-15 at the Institute of Mental Physics in Joshua Tree, CA. Nestled in the scenic desert, attendees can enjoy a gorgeous natural landscape (and stars for days) including the visionary architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright and son Lloyd Wright. This year’s Desert Daze lineup will include: Iggy […]

Thom Yorke schedules Los Angeles show date at Fonda Theatre 

Radiohead mastermind, Thom Yorke has announced a Los Angeles solo date at the Fonda Theatre in Hollywood for Tuesday, December 12. Yorke will perform in a live mix with Nigel Godrich and visual artist Tarik Barri. Playing various tracks from his solo carrier, Yorke has also announced a solo date at the Fox Theater in […]

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10 Southern California music festivals you must attend this Fall

Summer may be over, and Coachella and FYF have bid us farewell, but festival season is still in full swing. It’s no surprise that the hight majority of music festivals still going off are all in Southern California. No doubt about it, So Cal has it all. We have the weather, the desert, the mountains, […]

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