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Shout Out Louds talk strange tours and being fifteen-year underdogs

Touring in support of their fifth studio album Erase My Mind, Swedish indie-pop band Shout Out Louds are making their long-awaited return to the states. In their fifteen years as a group, they’ve achieved varying degrees of commercial success, opening shows for the likes of The Strokes and The Essex Green in their early years. But […]

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An Interview with The Sounds — the band’s twenty-year run and how they got here

Swedish indie-rockers The Sounds have been together for twenty years, now just as much experts on the music circuit as they are about spending prolonged periods of time with other people. Founded in 1988 by lead-singer Maja Ivarsson, Félix Rodríguez, Johan Bengtsson, and Fredrik Blond, the group added it’s final member Jesper Anderberg after meeting him by chance […]

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Photos: Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival bursting with all the flavors: hip hop, punk and Lana

This past weekend Tyler, The Creator and Goldenvoice teamed up for the sixth year of Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival at Exposition Park. The event drew contagious Tyler fans and hip-hop fans from around the globe. During both days of the festival, attendees were rushing back and forth from the Camp stage and Flog stage to […]

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How the Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ performance at Fonda Theatre gave me quite the Fever To Tell

Yeah Yeah Yeahs Gloss 15 Years of Fever To Tell at Fonda Theatre As Karen O mentioned near the start of their Fonda Theatre gig Wednesday night, it had been four years since the Yeah Yeah Yeahs played a show. It had been four years since I last caught them live at the Glass House […]

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iHeart Radio announces inaugural AlterEgo lineup at The Forum featuring Spoon, The National, Mumford & Sons

iHeartRadio has announced their inaugural lineup for their ALTer Ego music festival! The festival taking place Sunday, January 19 will feature performances by Mumford and Sons, Cage the Elephant, Beck, Spoon, Walk the Moon, Dashboard Confessional, The National and more artists to be announced. For a brand that constantly books the world’s biggest pop stars, […]

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An Interview with Colony House: From side job hustles to becoming full-time musicians

Colony House’s tracks can be best described as uniquely indie-rock. With grungier, synthesized songs like “3:20” and soft ballads like “This Beautiful Life”, Colony House’s discography truly embodies the entire spectrum of the genre. Anthemic choruses and uplifting lyrics characterize the bulk of Only The Lonely, the quartet’s sophomore studio album. The Nashville-based band’s lineup […]

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Pop-rock icons Sparks talk reinvention twenty-three albums in — L.A. dates at El Rey

Sparks Release 23rd Full-Length Album with Three Los Angeles Dates at the El Rey With a discography spanning decades and legacy of influences across genres, Los Angeles-born pop and rock act Sparks have made a career out of reinvention that’s culminated recently into the release of their twenty-third studio album, Hippopotamus. Comprised at its core of […]

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Desert Daze Reveals Set Times for its 2017 Event

Desert Daze is going off this weekend October 12-15 at the Institute of Mental Physics in Joshua Tree, CA. Nestled in the scenic desert, attendees can enjoy a gorgeous natural landscape (and stars for days) including the visionary architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright and son Lloyd Wright. This year’s Desert Daze lineup will include: Iggy […]

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10 Southern California music festivals you must attend this Fall

Summer may be over, and Coachella and FYF have bid us farewell, but festival season is still in full swing. It’s no surprise that the hight majority of music festivals still going off are all in Southern California. No doubt about it, So Cal has it all. We have the weather, the desert, the mountains, […]

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Win Weekend Passes to Cloak and Dagger Festival

Spaceland and Restless Nites have teamed up to deliver the first every Cloak & Dagger Festival. Taking place Friday, October 20 through Saturday, October 21 at the Globe Theatre and The Palace Theatre in Downtown Los Angeles, the Cloak & Dagger Festival will make its debut. Filling two theaters with a unique lineup of acts […]

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