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The Birth Defects
This week’s best Los Angeles shows featuring Animal Collective, Burger X, St. Lucia and more

This week in Los Angeles (actually, Santa Ana) it’s going off at the Observatory for Burger X with Beach Fossils, Crystal Castles, Slow Dive and more. Another celebration with take on Saturday, for Forcefield’s 12-year anniversary party at The Echo with performances by Lightning Bolt, La Sera and more! Other top picks include Sun Drug […]

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Shannon and The Clams
51 Best Los Angeles Concerts This March featuring Bruce Springsteen, Burger X, Animal Collective

Best Coast Get on the March concert train because it is full steam ahead from the 1st to the 31st. From the punk rock pits with old-schoolers Battalion of Saints and Face to Face to buzzworthy UK artists such as singer-songwriter Oscar and Irish rock outfit September Girls. There’s also a slew of must-see residency nights […]

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Kera and The Lesbians Girlschool Field Day
This week’s best Los Angeles Concerts featuring Empress of, Ms. Lauryn Hill, No Age and more

This week in Los Angeles, things get real hot before SXSW. Old school punks Battalion of Saints will perform at The Echo, while Face to Face hit Alex’s Bar. Underground act Plague Vendor will tear up the Troubadour and No Age will play a Bernie Sanders benefit at The Smell. Best Coast and Wavves tag […]

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10 Best Coachella 2016 Niche Bookings

One of the things that makes Coachella special compared to every other festival is their ability to step outside of the box with their bookings. With more than 150 total acts on the lineup, they’re able to pull from niche genres that don’t get a lot of mainstream love without compromising the amount of name-recognition talent […]

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Couer de pirate
An Interview with Coeur de Pirate: Taking a linguistic leap of faith

Beatrice Martin is a musician in transition.The singer-songwriter also known as Coeur de Pirate returns to Los Angeles for a headlining set at the El Rey Theatre this coming Saturday armed with some awesome electro-pop tunes. Martin is touring in support of her 2015 full-length release Roses, an album that sees her challenge herself in more ways […]

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Kid Cudi
This week’s best LA concerts: Drive Like Jehu, Women Fuck Shit Up Fest, Reagan Youth

This week in Los Angeles and surrounding cities we have a tight lineup of shows rolling your way. Drive Like Jehu hit the Echoplex, Women Fuck Shit Up Fest 2016: feat. Allison Weiss, Colleen Green and more will take place at The Smell, DIIV has three nights at The Echo, Escort will pop off at […]

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You just don’t get it — A rebuttal to Lo-Pie’s post about the Saint Laurent (YSL) and Burger Records party

In the mid-to-late 90s when I was in high school, I was into underground punk and hip-hop, even some house and electronic music. Some of my favorite acts included Operation Ivy, Bad Religion, Gang Starr, Pharcyde… the list goes on. I recall the first time I heard Southern California punk bands Face To Face and […]

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Death Valley Girls
Best Concerts in LA feat. Wet, Air & Style with J. Cole, iHeart80’s Party w/ Culture Club & Billy Idol

This week’s best concerts in Los Angeles include two nights with up-and-comers, Wet at the Lyric and The Echo! The Growlers hit the Observatory on a Monday night while the iHeart80’s Party will light up The Forum on Saturday with performances by Culture Club, Billy Idol, Missing Persons, Tears for Fears and more 80s greats. […]

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10 Best Nerdy Valentine’s Day Dates & Activities in Los Angeles

From Nerdist to Star Wars to the Cosplay boom, nerd fandom has permeated our cultural lives. What better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day than to nerd out to your heart’s content! Here’s just a few ideas of ways to express and indulge in love and passion for all things quirky, fun and nerdy. Feature by: […]

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Must-See Coachella Undercard: DMA’s – Aussies with a Britpop punch

If you’ve been holding your breath for Oasis to make a return since breaking up almost a decade ago, you can exhale. No, the Gallagher brothers haven’t patched things up and announced they’re back together, but there’s another band ready to continue the Britpop legacy that Oasis helped build. The intriguing thing is these guys […]

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