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Sam Smith Adds Second Los Angeles Date at KIA Forum

Sam Smith fans in Los Angeles are in for a treat as the multi-award winning artist announces a second concert date at KIA Forum as part of his GLORIA The Tour. The newly added concert, which is set to take place at the KIA Forum on Friday, September 2 will feature Sam Smith performing some […]

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When will the Coachella 2023 lineup be announced?

IT’S HERE! GET ALL THE DETAILS ON SCORING PRESALE TICKETS TO COACHELLA! When is Coachella? Answer: Coachella 2023 will take place across two weekends: April 14-16 and April 21-23.  It’s that time of year when Coachella music festival fans are all asking the same question: when will the Coachella 2023 lineup be announced? Festival organizer, […]

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Urban Heat Team Up With Party Nails for Reimagined “Have You Ever?”

While on a national tour that brings them to Southern California this November, Austin, TX natives Urban Heat have released new visuals and a reimagining of their most popular single, “Have You Ever?” featuring Los Angeles-based producer/songwriter, Party Nails. The band, led by frontman Jonathan Horstmann alongside bandmates Kevin Naquin and Paxel Foley, recently broke […]

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Artists You Should Know: Amaria Releases Sultry New Sing “All For You” featuring Destin Conrad

LA-based singer Amaria has released her newest single, “All For You,” featuring Destin Conrad on a tranquil slow jam flowing with sensual radiance. The track is permeating with emotional vulnerability as Amaria and Conrad lament patient love over an R&B-jazz fusion warm enough to burn velour. An accompanying music video co-directed by Amaria herself was […]

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The Roots to Play Two Nights at Walt Disney Concert Hall for New Year’s Eve

The Walt Disney Concert Hall is holding two Saturday night New Year’s Eve performances with one of the most celebrated hip-hop groups of all time, The Roots. Now commonly known for their tenure as the in-house band for The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, their iconic discography will be put on full display for back-to-back […]

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Musician Silvana Estrada poses for a portrait in Bosque Chapultepec, Mexico City, in advance of the release of her album "Marchita." 
Silvana Estrada will close out The Ford’s 2022 Season this October 23 joined by the Youth Orchestra Los Angeles

The Ford will close their concert season with a passionate Silvana Estrada show backed by LA Phil’s own Youth Orchestra Los Angeles (YOLA) on Sunday, Oct. 23. Accompanied by her treasured Venezuelan cuatro, Estrada brings a soulful exploration into music representative of her upbringing in Mexico, amplified by an orchestral sound from Members of YOLA. […]

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Divino Niño surprises with a sun-drenched psychedelic trip on newest album

Contrary to their name, Chicago-based bilingual psych-pop band Divino Niño is in no shortage of sinful bliss and stupor. Spearheaded by childhood friends Camilo Medina and Javier Forero, the five-person group has followed up their 2019 debut with their sophomore release, Last Spa on Earth, constantly reinventing itself through countless influences while remaining true to […]

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Jamie xx closes out the Hollywood Bowl’s centennial season with an old-school style rave

After a closing night set at Coachella earlier this year, Jamie xx brought an experience to the Hollywood Bowl this past Friday night that uniquely made the audience a part of the show. Without uttering a single word, he let the music speak for itself as fans followed the rhythm of the music like a […]

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Photos & Review: Primavera Sound LA shines with three days of sonic bliss and community

After nearly two decades, Barcelona’s Primavera Sound brought its edition of the festival to Los Angeles marked at Primavera Sound LA with more than 50 artists from around the world and, boy was it exciting. Words & Photos by Ana Baca Only several sunsets left of summer and I’m trying to take it all in […]

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Best New Song Releases of August, 2022

Our Best New Song Releases of August 2022 includes new songs by the following artists and bands: Shy Lennox, 88rising, MILLI, Jackson Wang, Chong the Nomad, Maiah Manser, Julieta Venegas, Torri Wolf, Imaad Wasif, Scoobert Doobert, Lou Roy, Nana Lourdes, DEADLETTER, Aroe Phoenix, Kaleena Zanders, Party Pupils, Eyedress, Elvia, The Moonjacks, TEEN BLUSH, Mami Sandunga, […]

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PREMIERE: Carol Of The Bells … EDM? BIIANCO and Cassandra Violet Just Stole Christmas

Electronic dance queen BIIANCO teamed up with the wild songstress, Cassandra Violet, for a ‘Carol of The Bells’ that should have been our winter theme song all along. Every December musicians try their hand at a Christmas or holiday covers, and every year, the best ones land on our winter playlists. The two fronting this […]

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Against Me! deliver powerful and inspiring performance at The Observatory

It was a powerful and inspiring night of music this past Friday as punk rockers Against Me! took the stage at The Observatory. With the occasional crowd surfer, Against Me!’s  positive energy was absolutely intoxicating. Led by the empowering front woman, Laura Jane Grace, she gave a perfectly fierce performance smashing on her guitar and […]

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Action Bronson busts out the space shoes and rhymes at Observatory show; truly Mr. Wonderful

This was hands down the best show I have ever seen at The Observatory. Action Bronson is a breed of his own rapping. Not only can he bust mad rhymes, but he has such a fantastic sense of humor. The man radiated on stage with an incredible energy. With a stage presence that makes you […]

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Jedi Mind Tricks bring out “The Thief and the Fallen” at The Observatory in Santa Ana

Jedi Mind Tricks took over The Observatory in Santa Ana this past Sunday for a solid evening a real and raw underground hip hop. The Philly natives have been laying down the beats and rhymes since 1993 and are still rolling strong. Performing in support of their new album, The Thief and the Fallen which […]

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Tallest Man on Earth serves up aural comfort food to fans at Observatory Santa Ana

The Tallest Man On Earth (aka Sweden’s Kristian Matsson) gave the Observatory in Santa a most delicious aural treat last Tuesday. Touring in support of his most personal record yet, the Tallest Man On Earth performed songs from his lush new album Dark Bird Is Home, as well as some classic favorites. Exciting fans with […]

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Deftones play a jaw-dropping 21-song set at The Observatory Santa Ana

Deftones put on quite the magnetic performance this past Friday at the Observatory. Setting the tone with a dark lit stage full of red hues, Deftones played a jaw-dropping 21-song set fueled with passion, emotion and riveting sound arrangements. Kicking off their performance with “Cherry Waves” off Saturday Night Wrist, the crowd was instantly lost […]

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Warren G Takes Us Back to the “Regulate…G-Funk Era” at the Observatory

It doesn’t get any smoother than Warren G. The Long Beach rapper packed The Observatory in Santa Ana this past Thursday to bring back his classic album, Regulate…G-Funk Era in all its smooth-ass 90s entirety. That’s right, Warren G played the whole damn thing in full. No doubt about it, it was pure 90s hip hop bliss […]

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Juicy J Back at the Observatory with another bangin’ performance, drops free mixtape Blue Dream & Lean 2

Juicy J  is no stranger to The Observatory in Santa Ana. He performs at this venue a lot and every time he does, he never disappoints. This past Sunday was yet another incredible sold-out Juicy J show at The Observatory. Even before the Memphis, Tennessee-bred rapper hit the stage, the crowd was chanting his name in […]

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Baby Bash heats up the Observatory with smooth hip hop and infectious R&B

Baby Bash at The Observatory this past Monday was straight up on point! It was like taking a walk down memory lane. The Southern California rapper brought the heat and there were no signs of stopping. As soon as Baby Bash hit the stage, fans already had their phones up in the air ready to record and […]

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Saosin shed blood at intense performance at the Observatory Santa Ana

There was blood shed Monday night at The Observatory in Santa Ana. The newly reunited Saosin, featuring frontman Anthony Green and the entire original lineup pulled in a packed house of early Saosin fans. Right off the bat, the band was was going crazy on stage, and like that nasty flu that’s going around, Saosin’s intense stage energy […]

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