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This Week’s Best Concerts in Los Angeles: Girlschool Field Day Weekend, Julia Holter, Jenny Lewis & The Watson Twins

This week is popping in Los Angeles. On the top of our list is Girlschool Field Day Weekend feat. Kate Nash, Dead Sara, The Bulls and a bunch of women that rock. All three nights will be held at the Bootleg Theater, and we highly recommend you check it out! Other standout shows include Jenny […]

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Must-See Coachella Undercard: Girlpool — raw, punk-rock lyricisms meets bare folk melodies

Looking at Coachella’s [insert virtually any year] lineup can be a lot like staring into the sun. Sure, we can all agree it’s pretty brilliant for various reasons, but sometimes that many names on a bill can be blinding as you attempt to read through all the small print. And oftentimes, it’s the tiny names at […]

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Haelos
Must-See Coachella Undercard: HÆLOS — dark, sexy electro pop that will give you release

While marveling at this year’s Coachella lineup, you may have noticed an influx of undercard acts; bands that you’ve never even heard of. True to Cochella’s old form, where the festival was once all about music discovery and showcasing lesser known acts, we’re really excited about the acts placed on the Coachella flyer where you […]

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Mayer Hawthorne
Best Shows in Los Angeles feat. Mayer Hawthorne, Talib Kweli & Hi-Tek, The Adicts

This week in Los Angeles the Teragram Ballroom is bustin’ out a bevy of great shows like Chairlift, JD MchPherson and Mayer Hawthrone to name a few. If you’re looking for a wild punk show, we highly recommend you check out The Adicts at House of Blues Anaheim. Talib Kweli & Hi-Tek will perform at […]

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Cage The Elephant
Win Tickets to Cage The Elephant at IHeartRadio Theater LA

Calling all Cage The Elephant fanatics! iHeartRadio LIVE series featuring Cage The Elephant at the iHeartRadio Theater in LA on January 20th at 7 PM is going to rock your world. We caught Cage The Elephant last year and boy did these Grammy nominated alt-rockers really show us a good time with their raucous sold […]

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David Bowie
Remembering David Bowie: a death nobody was expecting, a life that will always be remembered

As I sit here, listening to my favorite David Bowie songs and writing this post, I can’t help but feel so fucking sad. Last night, right before going to bed, I read the news of Bowie’s untimely passing. At first glance I thought (and hoped) it was one of those stupid online clickbait hoaxes. But […]

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Governors Ball is to New York, what Coachella is to Southern California

It’s that time of year again as we await the announcement of lineups for some of the nation’s biggest music festivals, and next on the list is the homegrown Governors Ball which takes place the first weekend of June at Randall’s Island Park. The event, which last year saw massive performances by Drake, Deadmau5, and […]

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the kills
Coachella 2016: finally moving away from being a boys’ club?

Feature written by Mark E. Ortega According to an April 2013 Buzzfeed article, Coachella hadn’t seen a ratio of male-fronted acts to female-fronted ones below 80% since 2008. Last year, female-fronted acts represented less than 16% of the lineup with names like Florence + The Machine, Alabama Shakes, Jenny Lewis and St. Vincent being some […]

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38 Best Los Angeles Concerts This January: Patti Smith, Erykah Badu, Charlift and more

A Place to Bury Strangers Time to ring in 2016! We can’t believe it’s here already either but we’re stoked that there’s an eclectic variety of concerts to attend this January. Jam hard every Tuesday with psych-soul-jazz atmospheric outfit Brainstory or catch old school industrial rockers Killing Joke‘s one-of-a-kind show. Support badass ladies in music […]

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Grimy Goods’ Best Albums of 2015 — Albums of the Year

Best Albums of 2015 Grimy Goods’ Best Albums of 2015 are in! It was a strong year for women in music. From rising stars, Courtney Barnett and Grimes, to the more seasoned Florence + The Machine, Peaches, and Sleater-Kinney, the women represented fiercely for much of the year’s best full-length records. As we look back at […]

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