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Bob Dylan, Gang of Youths, and Ides of Gemini top this week’s best Los Angeles concerts

This week’s best concerts in Los Angeles feature acts as well known as Bob Dylan to bands as lesser known as Shark Muffin. Our top picks for mainstream / well known acts include: Bob Dylan at the Shrine, Mase at The Novo, Cage The Elephant at The Shrine, Toots and the Maytals at Fonda Theatre, […]

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How Reunions and Massive Music Festivals Sealed the Orwellian Fate of Rock n’ Roll

Opinion Feature by Jamie Lawlor Every January, there’s that special day on the west coast when the sacred Coachella lineup is announced. We all know the large-font usual suspects by now—the “indie band that still sells tickets off that one hit from 2008,” the “old school rapper you never listen to but want to tell everyone […]

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An Interview with Meredith Lockwood of Indie Jams: tasty musical treats you can eat

Food is the new rock n’ roll, a sentiment echoed throughout the ever popular, growing world of celebrity chefs, recipe blogs galore, hyped up food mashups in the social media spotlight, and the continuous roll out of “must have” kitchen gadgets. The spiciness of Sriracha may give you a similar thrill to that of jumping […]

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This week’s best LA concerts: Make Music Pasadena, Bishop Briggs, Bob Dylan and more

This week in Los Angeles we’ve select a variety of best concerts for you to attend. Let’s start with the FREE goods. Make Music Pasadena kicks off Saturday with bands like Atlas Genius, PAPA, Bear Hands and more. There’s some excellent (FREE) Monday night residencies going off in June. We highly recommend you check out […]

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42 Best Los Angeles Concerts this June featuring Bob Dylan, Anderson .Paak, Bishop Briggs and more

Los Angeles concert-goers will forget all about June Gloom once they see the brilliant array of eclectic shows to choose from this month. From a British invasion featuring cooler-than-thou artists such as Birdy, Beth Orton, Eagulls, and Rationale to hometown heroes and newbies such as Death Valley Girls, Veronica Bianqui, Adult Books, and Banta celebrating their record release parties, […]

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Skirball Cultural Center celebrates 20 years with its 2016 Sunset Concerts Series

The Skirball Cultural Center will celebrates its 20th anniversary season of Sunset Concerts this July. The free music series known for its beautiful hillside location and eclectic mix of music spanning the globe will kick off on July 21 with Thao and The Get Down Stay Down, and will close on August 25 with Shai Tsabari and […]

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Rest in peace Thomas Fekete of Surfer Blood — dies at 27 due to cancer

It’s with a heavy heart that we share the news of Surfer Blood guitarist, Thomas Fekete’s untimely passing. Seriously, fuck cancer. Fekete died last night at the young age of 27 while sleeping. His wife has shared the following via a GoFundMe page. Fekete was a founding member of Surfer Blood. The band formed in 2009 […]

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At The Drive In, Yeasayer and VÉRITÉ top this week’s best Los Angeles concerts

This week’s best concerts in Los Angeles are looking good. Shake off that Memorial Day weekend lag and go catch some live music. At The Drive In and Le Butcherettes have two nights at the Hollywood Palladium, Brian Jonestown Massacre will also pull a double at Teragram Ballroom, Yeasayer will play the Fonda Theatre, and […]

The Cure, San Fermin, Moderat and more top this week’s best Los Angeles concerts

This week in Los Angeles! The Cure continues its run at the Hollywood Bowl, while The Who takes over the STAPLES Center. Frightened Rabbit heads to the Fonda Theatre, San Fermin will headline the Teragram Ballroom and Walk The Moon and Misterwives will head north of LA to the Santa Barbara Bowl. On the lesser […]

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Best Los Angeles Concerts this Week: The Cure, TR/ST with Coldcave, The Thermals and more

Los Angeles concerts are in full effect this week. Well known acts such as The Cure, The Who and Neil Young will all be performing this week! On the lesser known and underground tip, we highly recommend you check out Gavin Turek at the Bootleg, Emily Gold at Harvard & Stone, Death Hymn Number 9 […]

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