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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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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: […]

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 […]

Must-See Coachella Undercard: Låpsley — the new face of power pop ballads

There are really only two things you need to know about Coachella lineup honoree Låpsley; one, her powerful pop ballads are one of the most exciting things that have happened this year so far, and two, she enjoys yachting. The British singer/songwriter spent much of 2015 releasing a number of tracks, the first four of […]

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44 Best Los Angeles Concerts This February: Black Sabbath, Metric, Wet and more

Unknown Mortal Orchestra The concert season is booming this February with plenty of concerts to attend and great artists old and new alike to fall in love with. Wanna get into a heavy dance groove this Valentine’s Day with your loved one? Check out a great double bill such as the dirty reggae and Latin soul of The […]

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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 […]

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 […]

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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