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Best Concerts in LA feat. Social Distortion, Charlie XCX, Juliette & The Licks and more

It’s all about punk rock and rock ‘n’ roll this week in Los Angeles. A lot of the best concerts in LA and Orange County are representing those genres. From Social Distortion, Dead Sara, The Adolescents and Juliette & The Licks—all the way to more underground acts like Meatbodies, Spindrift and Magic Wands—there’s a high […]

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An Interview with Alice Bag: We talk new book “Pipe Bomb For The Soul,” Sandinista revolution, punk rock & more

Educate yourself. Empower yourself. Change your world. While those words of wisdom may sound a little cliché, when Alice Bag says it, it strikes a chord within you and you believe it. The famed punk rock singer (The Bags, Alice Bag Band, Cholita, etc), feminist, educator and author recently released her self-published, diary-style memoir “Pipe […]

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5 Reasons You Need to Attend Viva! Pomona this weekend!

Viva! Pomona is back for its fourth year and is taking over the arts district in Pomona this weekend, July 18-19, 2015. The two-day festival will feature a fresh roster of well-known and up-and-coming independent artists shredding their tunes across three stages at The Glass House and the areas around it. There will be two […]

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Hot Band Alert: Little Wolves—LA indietronica duo dishes out addictive tracks from new Savage EP, produce by RAC

Los Angeles indietronica duo Little Wolves, composed of Sam Jacob (of Tapioca and the Flea) and Ronnie Watson, have come out of left field with some seriously addictive jams on their new EP Savage. With personal lyrics, 80s synth leads and pulsating rhythms that are thoroughly ingrained into your brain and body, Little Wolves will have you pressing […]

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The 40 Best Los Angeles Concerts This July

Death Hymn Number 9 Summer is in full swing and with that comes a smorgasbord of live concerts to see. From moshing to the old-school and new-school punk sounds of The Vandals and Death Hymn Number 9 to getting your interpretive dance on to the alt-electronic jams of Son Lux and Nortec Collective: Hiperboreal to throwing back to […]

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Road Trippin! A West Coast Music Destination Guide for Summer 2015

Ready for a true summer adventure? Want cool things to do in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle and more fantastic West Coast cities? There’s a road trip for people that not only love all things music, but all things aural. From San Diego to Washington, we’ve come up with a list of 20 top-notch West Coast […]

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Devo: More than a One Hit Wonder – An Interview with Evie Nagy, Author of Devo’s Freedom of Choice (33 1/3 Book)

After reading author and journalist Evie Nagy’s “Devo’s Freedom of Choice” (part of the 33 1/3 Book Series) it’s crystal clear that there is more to ’80s New Wave/nerd rock pioneers Devo than meets the eye. Beyond their notorious fame for commercial hit “Whip It” there is a band with a complex history of struggles […]

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The Best Concerts in Los Angeles featuring Head Wound City, Miguel, Lolipalooza and more

This week in Los Angeles we have some great punks acts coming through with Head Wound City at the Echoplex and Los Crudos at the Ukranian Cultural Center. If you rather go for the smooth tip, Miguel will be at Club Nokia this week as will old school R&B boy band Bel Biv Devo. Coming […]

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Editor’s Rant: Highland Park residents wake up to their cars towed — Obama in town

This is where my finance’s truck was parked before being towed.  There’s nothing like waking up on a beautiful Friday morning, to walk out and see that your car has been towed from your own home. Apparently our president, Barack Obama is in town today. And when I say “in town” I literally mean, he’s […]

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Billy Joel caps Bonnaroo with throwback Sunday set; Florence + The Machine wins fans over

To be honest, Billy Joel was one of the main drawing points to attending my first ever Bonnaroo. In a time where there are seemingly endless music festivals, it gets harder and harder to land a legitimate festival headliner. Billy Joel fit the mold quite well, a legacy act and Rock n Roll Hall of […]

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