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echo park rising 2019
45 Must-See Bands at Echo Park Rising 2019

Echo Park Rising is coming to the streets of Echo Park, in East Los Angeles this Thursday, Aug. 15 – Sunday, Aug. 18. Quickly becoming one of the best free summer concerts series in Los Angeles and one of the best Southern California music festivals, 2019’s Echo Park Rising is not to be missed! Every […]

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Wu Tang Clan at House of Blues Anaheim
Desert Daze blasts their final transmission with lineup additions including Wu-Tang Clan, Devo and Ween

Desert Daze released their final Artist Transmission yesterday morning, and boy were they saving the best for last! Wu-Tang Clan joins the already stack line up with a performance of their 1993 album Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers). Ween was also announced, and they will be doing their 1994 classic Chocolate & Cheese. The good […]

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The Dils in San Francisco -- Photo By ZB Images
WAR STORIES: Tales of 70’s & 80’s Punk Mayhem Told By The Perpetrators Themselves, featuring The Dils

Bands come and go. We all have our favorites that we wish we could hear one more time. For many who witnessed the original California punk scene back in the 70’s The Dils were one such band. Although founding brothers Chip and Tony Kinman were musical partners for many years The Dils existence was as […]

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James V leaps into a new passion with video for “Blondie” — LA date at Non Plus Ultra Aug. 3

L.A.’s James V (aka James Thormer) is back with another wonderfully weird video for you to enjoy. James V has just released the music video for his latest track, “Blondie.” The video is just as delicious as the funky-psych-pop number. It dances with joy, it teases your senses and just makes you feel so damn […]

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future sounds fest
Future Sounds proves the place to be Aug. 3 at The Viaduct

What are you doing this Saturday, August 3? Hopefully you’re making plans to head to The Viaduct for Future Sounds fest! Hands down, one of the most unique spaces in Los Angeles that is totally L.A.! Catch some of L.A.s finest up-and-coming bands perform and get a feel for those grimy L.A. bridges as you […]

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Interview: Madison Malone Proudly Advocates for the Freedom to Love

I wanted to put my own walls down with the whole world and be open with everyone about how I truly feel. I wanted to surrender to my feelings. ~ Madison Malone Last week, Madison Malone released a humble anthem for generations to come. ‘Quiet Down’ is a song inspired by love for love, declaring […]

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Lower Dens Announce The Competition LP Alongside Pleading New Single, “I Drive”

Lower Dens is a reliably erratic band. Its danceable indie pop sound has propelled the act for the past nine years, and now the Baltimore-based artist is gearing up for another album release; The Competition is his latest effort, due out September 6th on Ribbon. New single “I Drive” is just as fun as any […]

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LA Pop-Folk Trio Luci on tour with Pat Benatar, scheduled LA residency at Harvard & Stone this August

Los Angeles folk-pop trio, Luci are on tour with Pat Benatar! Made up of  Ashley Maietta, McKail Seely, and Ariana Tibi, the three singer/songwriters have been on tour since July 10 supporting Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo for the iconic band’s 40th anniversary tour. Luci also recently opened for Nashville’s Raelyn Nelson (Willie Nelson‘s granddaughter) in Denver. […]

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Adult Swim Festival 2019
2019 Adult Swim Festival not to be missed — Jamie XX, Vince Staples, Dethlok and more

Adult Swim Festival is back and better than ever with more music, more comedy, more games and attractions, and you guessed it — MORE. Taking place November 15-16 at the Banc of California Stadium in Downtown Los Angeles, Adult Swim Festival will feature performance by Jamie XX, Vince Staples, Dethklok, Captain Murphy, HEALTH, Speedy Ortiz, […]

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Object as Subject at The Satellite
Object As Subject Set To Tear Up July Residency At The Satellite — Grimy Goods Co-Presents July 15 (it’s FREE)

LA Based art-grunge band Object As Subject are bringing their raw performances to the Satellite for a July residency. Led by violinist turned punk singer Paris Hurley, the powerful group stands as a response to the narrative that women exist without agency in a society that degrades female sexuality. Destroying limitations and hypnotizing the masses, […]

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