Stuff by: Sandra Burciaga Olinger

Savoir Adore
Best Los Angeles Concerts of the Month: December 2018

We haven’t done our Best Los Angeles Shows of the Month in quite some time. In all honesty, it’s a lot of fucking work — and since having a baby my life and time has changed drastically. Managing Grimy Goods while managing a successful spin-off brand (Grimy Diapers) is time-consuming AF, not to mention raising […]

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Shallou at El Rey
shallou’s bedroom recordings come to blissful life at the El Rey

On the first of two evenings in Los Angeles, shallou performed to a sold out crowd at the El Rey last week. The second to last show of his Souls world tour was set to begin at 10:10. Perhaps due to the rain, the venue was noticeably empty until right before shallou took the stage […]

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Helena Deland
Helena Deland Brings Her “Sincere Pop” to The Echo

Montréal-based artist Helena Deland makes her Los Angeles debut with a co-headline show at the The Echo on December 15th. Her latest release, From The Series of Songs “Altogether Unaccompanied” Vol III & IV (Luminelle Recordings), is a menagerie of songs that are as poetic as they are mesmerizing. Self-described as “sincere pop,” Deland’s songs […]

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Tor Miller
Tor Miller to Grace the Stage At the Moroccan Lounge With His Cheerful Melodies

On December 11th, Los Angelenos have the pleasure of hearing the latest from Americana-inspired singer-songwriter Tor Miller, who will be joined by Dresage and Graham Norwood, at the Moroccan Lounge. With his latest release Surviving the Suburbs, Miller has left his seaside hometown and journeyed through the energetic cities of the U.S. as he continues […]

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middle kids
Middle Kids are a sweet addiction that you can’t kick, catch them in LA at Echoplex

After selling out the Lodge Room back in June, Australian trio Middle Kids are back with a headline show at the Echoplex on December 14th. Their debut album Lost Friends was released back in May, and it’s indie-rock with heart at its finest— melodies that stick with you long after a song is over, and […]

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slow caves
Slow Caves Brings the Heat to L.A. With Upcoming Show At The Hi Hat

If your ears have an affinity for pop sensibilities mixed with jangly guitars and surf-y synth vibes, then Colorado-based Slow Caves are coming to the Hi Hat on Sunday, December 9th for their headlining show with Mammoth Indigo and Moth Wings. Embarking on a West Coast tour this December, Slow Caves also have show dates […]

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POND at The Regent
POND bring the party to the stage and floor at The Regent, Los Angeles

Psychedelic rockers from Perth, Western Australia, Pond, played a raucous show at The Regent DTLA Tuesday night. The crowd undulated for the entirety of the set; frontman Nick Allbrooks’ distinctive dance moves and banter from the band riled them up continuously. By the end of the show it had been decided, this was the most […]

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Marie Davidson work it
Hot Show Alert: Marie Davidson heads to L.A. with show at Echoplex

Marie Davidson is making her way to Los Angeles with a headline concert date at the Echoplex. All you 90s club kids won’t want to miss this one! Taking you back to the distorted-disco-esque sounds of the 90s, Marie Davidson’s tracks are bold and her lyrics give no fucks. They’re a swift slap to your […]

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The Rolling Stones Rose Bowl
Rolling Stones to play the Rose Bowl in Pasadena

The Rolling Stones have announced a Los Angeles tour date at the iconic Rose Bowl in Pasadena scheduled for May 11, 2019. Touring in continued support of their NO FILTER tour, the Rolling Stones will bring their show to 13 stadiums across the U.S. in 2019 with a stop in Pasadena, CA on May 11, 2019 […]

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Iceage
Photos: Iceage with Surfbort and The Black Lips at The Regent

Iceage, Surfbort and The Black Lips took over The Regent last week for quite the eventful night of live music. The energy of the three bands was phenomenal. Their unique combination offered such an enveloping and rugged sound that fused perfectly together. Together, all three bands were essentially one big powerhouse. Unfortunately, the crowd was […]

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