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Stream our International Women’s Day Playlist featuring 150 songs from Women Who Rock

In celebration of “International Women’s Day” and celebrating a “Day Without A Woman” I’ve compiled a list of 150 great songs from women in music, female-led acts. From music icons like Patti Smith, Wanda Jackson, Nina Simone, The Shangri-Las — to modern acts like Savages, Grimes, Tash Sultana, and The Kills — Grimy Goods Spotify playlist […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Starry Nights
Win Weekend Passes to Starry Nites Festival Featuring The Kills, Alan Parsons, Cat Power & More

Making its way to beautiful Santa Barbara this March 18 and 19, Starry Nites Festival will take place at the Live Oak Campground, under you guessed it, a starry night. Presented by KCRW, this year’s two-day lineup features big name acts such as Alan Parsons, The Kills, Cat Power, Dandy Warhols, Teenage Fanclub and more; as well […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Felix Walworth
SXSW pulls a Trump card — language in artist contact threatens to deport international acts for playing unofficial shows

According to a recent article by the AV Club, it looks like Austin’s “SXSW may refer international artists to immigration for playing unofficial shows.” Basically, in a disgusting Trump-esque move, SXSW is threatening to deport international acts who take part in any “non-sanctioned” SXSW event. Musician Felix Walworth—of bands such as Told Slant, Eskimeaux, and […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Coachella 2015 photos
Lady Gaga’s in, Bey is out — doesn’t change the fact that Coachella duped us…

It was the heart-wrenching question every Coachella ticket-holder and BeyHive member was asking this month: How the hell is Beyoncé going to play Coachella when she’s, like, eight months pregnant … with twins? Indeed, the news broke, and at the doctor’s orders, Beyoncé was forced to cancel her headlining Coachella performance. While her due date is […]

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Jamie Lawlor |
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Caribbean music of the future is here today in Buscabulla — LA date at Echoplex 2/27

For duo Raquel Berríos and Luis Alfredo del Valle, the dichotomy of their tropical Puerto Rican roots and the bustling grit of their New York home is a temperament that is self-evident in their music almost immediately. On their most recent EPII, as well as their new single “Frío,” the couple effectively ground their souls and foot-soles […]

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Jens Lekman
50 Best Los Angeles Concerts of February — underground, mainstream, local acts

February in Los Angeles is bursting with a variety of live music from talented up-and-coming acts, as well as very well-known names. From hip hop, Americana, punk rock, electro pop, industrial techno and more — our selections for the best concerts of the month always feature the best shows from all genres. While we are […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Photos: Celebrating David Bowie Night 2 at The Wiltern

The Celebrating David Bowie tribute made its way to Los Angeles for two nights at the Wiltern! The evening featured performances by the following Bowie band members and friends: Mike Garson, Earl Slick, Adrian Belew, Mark Plati, Gail Ann Dorsey, Sterling Campbell, Holly Palmer and Carmine Rojas — as well as performances by special guests […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Ninet Tayeb
Ninet Tayeb to headline The Echoplex in support of new album ‘Paper Parachute’

Wildly Impassioned Performances Are No Stranger to Ninet Tayeb — Los Angeles Date at Echoplex   Not to be missed! Rising rock star, Ninet Tayeb has announced a Los Angeles date at The Echoplex on Thursday, February 16. The Israeli badass who has recently made Los Angeles her home will be throwing it down hard […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
best coast
The Importance of the Women’s March: Musicians Speak Up and Participate

Musicians Support & Participate The Women’s March on Washington I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but a lot of our (and your) favorite musicians are participating in tomorrow’s Women’s March on Washington, as well as its many sister marches across the United States and the world. With today marking the official inauguartion in of Donald […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Los Angeles Anti-Trump Elections Protest
Rev up for the Women’s March on Washington with our Spotify Playlist featuring Empowering Female Musicians

For those of you taking part in the Women’s March on Washington, and all of its many sister marches across the U.S. (and world), we’ve created an empowering playlist to get you revved up for a safe and peaceful march. We’ve selected songs from some of our favorite female musicians who through their music have […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
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