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Top 20 Electronic/Dance Artists in Indie/Underground (Who Don’t Just Push Play)

Electronic music is enjoying its peak in popularity these days. While some of the top-tier DJs don’t do much outside of pressing the play button and being hype men, there are an infinite amount that do a lot more than that. Read on for a list of our 20 favorite electronic/dance artists that aren’t quite the […]

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54 Best Los Angeles Concerts this April Featuring M83, Savages, Courtney Barnett, Iggy Pop

Spring has arrived and with it comes the Coachella side show frenzy! Whether you’re attending the festival and don’t want to miss any potential overlapping sets or if you’re skipping the festival but still want to see a few of your favorite performers or catch some new up-and-coming acts, April is bringing nothing but the […]

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FYF Fest 2016: Kendrick Lamar, LCD Soundsystem, Tame Impala, Grace Jones headline robust lineup

FYF Fest just keep finding a way to outdo themselves. The 2016 edition of the prized Los Angeles festival will feature Kendrick Lamar and LCD Soundsystem as headliners with Tame Impala and Grace Jones as sub-headliners. This will serve as Kendrick’s lone west coast festival date, according to a press release sent by FYF. Kendrick […]

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Top 10 Most Booked U.S. Festival Acts of 2016

There is basically a major music festival in the United States once a weekend once festival season “officially” kicks off with Coachella in mid-April. While most of these festivals do a great job of curating unique lineups tailored to their usual base of patrons, there’s a handful of acts that you’ll see on more than […]

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Top 20 Badass Frontwomen in Indie/Underground Music

There’s an almost infinite amount of killer women fronting bands these days. We’ve done our best to put together our list of our 20 favorite bad asses that currently front their own bands, while also including some of our favorite lesser-known acts that have the potential to grow into being some of the better known […]

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Must-See Coachella Undercard: Anderson .Paak

Oxnard rapper Anderson .Paak is poised to have a monster 2016 — and it couldn’t be happening to a harder-working guy. Paak is part black and part Korean, giving him a different viewpoint from many within his genre. His 2016 album Malibu is one of the year’s best so far and much of the lyrical content of […]

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Interview with POLIÇA: An in-depth discussion of their new politically charged album “United Crushers”

On Friday, March 25, Minneapolis synthpop band POLIÇA returns to Los Angeles for a date at the Fonda Theatre. They had a busy week during SXSW in Austin, playing upwards of a half-dozen shows during that stretch. Their new album United Crushers dropped a few weeks ago via Mom + Pop Records and it is a very […]

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Music Festival-ization: Which spring festival is right for you?

Coachella takes place a little less than a month from now, which means festival season is nearly underway. There are now more music festivals taking place in the United States than ever before. Thievery Corporation’s Rob Garza told us last year that there’s a huge festival-ization going on right now, and he isn’t wrong. Here […]

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Interviews With Evelyn McDonnell, Penelope Spheeris & Vega Darling: We Talk Grrrls On Film, Feminism, Punk Rock & More

What better way to celebrate Women’s History Month than at Grrrls On Film, a three day film and music festival at Loyola Marymount University this Friday, March 18th through Sunday, March 20th. Grrrls On Film will feature some amazing feminist voices who will be sharing their stories and experiences via film, live music, workshops and […]

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This week’s best shows: Bruce Springsteen, Leon Bridges, September Girls

SXSW may be going off in Austin this week, but the shows in Los Angeles are going strong. This week we have three night of Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band at L.A. Memorial Sports Area, two nights of Leon Bridges at the Wiltern, A-Wa and September Girls at The Echo (separate nights), Junior […]

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