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The Soft Moon
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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haerts
Sing Along to HAERTS’ Anthemic New Record at the Moroccan on December 17

For a gut punch of empathy, check out the latest album from German duo HAERTS. The band has origins in Munich, but came to prominence in New York, where they are currently based. Their sophomore record came out earlier this year, and given its themes, New Compassion is an appropriate title. They will be playing […]

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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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Ulrika Spacek
Hot Band Alert: Ulrika Spacek talks their first North American tour, and the Importance of being Earnest

On the final leg of their first U.S. Tour, Ulrika Spacek rips up the stage at Desert Daze 2018. With their debut LP The Album Paranoia released in 2016 and their sophomore LP Modern English Decoration in 2017, the band has made quite a name for themselves in such a short time; from touring with […]

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vote midterms
Voting Playlist — songs that inspire change and power to the people

If you got a long line at the polls today, pop this voting playlist on for some inspiration; use it to pump that patriotism back up (we know it’s been down since 2016) and blast the shit out of it when you send off your ballot. Featuring 20 songs that inspire change and power to […]

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Twin Temple at Echo Park Rising — More Photos by ZB Images
Halloween Music Playlist … Totally Not Your Basic Bitch Halloween Music

In the spirit of Halloween, here’s an enchanting Halloween music playlist for you to get your ghoul on. Scratch that … I wouldn’t quite call the 13 songs on this playlist “Halloween music.” Instead, it’s a collection of songs that evoke mood, enchantment and emotion. Featuring songs from all female-fronted acts, these women will give […]

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Temme Scott
Temme Scott Debuts Music Video For Achingly Rugged Single “The Silent One”

Watch L.A. based songwriter Temme Scott stand still amidst a flurry of chaos in the music video for her latest single “The Silent One.” Much like the rest of her tunes, “The Silent One” is written in an entirely autobiographical style—evoking wistfulness and brute strength. The single takes cold and bitter emotions and turns them […]

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Desert Daze 2018
Desert Daze 2018: An Amalgam of Musical and Natural Sublimity

Rain or shine, those a part of Desert Daze 2018 really know how to forsake all odds in the name of rock n’ roll. In its seventh manifestation, the characteristically psych-inclined fest hung up it’s dusty desert boots to traipse barefoot on the glorious grassy lawns of Moreno Beach in Lake Perris. As visitors entered […]

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Spare Parts For Broken Hearts
Grimy Goods Presents: Spare Parts for Broken Hearts Residency at The Satellite October 8

Spare Parts for Broken Hearts are kicking off their Monday night residency tonight at The Satellite! The Los Angeles-based rockers will perform tonight (October 8) with Melted Bodies, SP/BH, Taleen Kali and DJ sets by KNGWMN. The trio just released their new single “Mush” and you can stream it below. The track is full of that 90s grunge flavor and soars […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
St. Vincent at the Belasco LA
St. Vincent chats and charms at intimate Belasco Theater LA performance

The theater was still shuttered at door time with a line that stretched around the block lined with fans anxious to see a recently announced intimate St. Vincent show. When the doors finally opened no one really knew what to expect. The crowd slowly shuffled onto the ornate Belasco Theater. Inside it felt smaller than […]

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