Concerts & Events

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Win Tickets to Nothing at The Echo

Philadelphia indie noise rock group Nothing are ready to blow your ears and your minds with their heavy, brooding and must-hear new album Tired of Tomorrow. The album is available now via Relapse Records but you can commiserate and rock along to songs such as “Vertigo Flowers” and “Eaten By Worms” live when they headline The […]

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Win Tickets to Beth Orton at Teragram Ballroom

English folktronica singer-songwriter Beth Orton recorded her new album Kidsticks (Anti Records) right here in Los Angeles with Andrew Hung of noise-psych group Fuck Buttons. So far it’s proving to be her most wildly experimental release to date, so be sure to catch her at Teragram Ballroom on Sunday, June 19th and hear trippy new jams such as “Snow,” […]

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Win Tickets to Hibou at The Echo

Seattle artist Peter Michel previously toured as the drummer for the band Craft Spells and now he’s stepping into the spotlight with his solo indie pop project Hibou who are hitting the road on their first headlining Summer tour. Part Time Punks is presenting this special show at The Echo on Sunday, June 19th, where […]

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Win Tickets to Toots and The Maytals at The Fonda Theatre

Jamaican reggae legends Toots and The Maytals, led by charismatic vocalist/frontman Fredrick “Toots” Hibbert, have been on hiatus for a few years but now they’re back in action on a full fledged Summer U.S./U.K. tour which includes a highly anticipated show date in Los Angeles at The Fonda Theatre on Friday, June 17th. Put on […]

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Win Tickets to Rogue Wave at the Teragram Ballroom

Who knew losing your job could lead to performing in front of an audience? After Zach Rogue lost his job in 2002, getting away from his hometown of San Francisco and reconnecting with friends in New York, led him to create Rogue Wave and debut Out of the Shadow. Since then, Rogue Wave has made music waves with […]

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Islands band
Win Tickets to Islands at the Teragram Ballroom

About three weeks ago, Canadian indie pop band Islands released not just one, but two albums since their 2014 release Ski Mask. Should I Remain Here, At Sea? is a follow up to their debut album Return to Sea, and Taste explores themes of police brutality and white male privilege – subjects not previously touched by the […]