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Bone Thugs N Harmony
The Best Concerts in Los Angeles feat. Public Image LTD, Foals, Robert DeLong and more

It’s Thanksgiving week! While you stuff your bellies with delicious eats and spread the love of being thankful, let’s also be thankful that there are some great shows popping off this week. Work off that turkey and gravy with some of our best show picks this week. From Robert Delong and Papa to Bone Thugs […]

Cafe Tacuba
The Best Concerts in Los Angeles feat. Psychedelic Furs, The Big Pink, Halsey and more

We have a packed send off before going into the Thanksgiving holiday. Monday night kicks off with some stellar shows by Psychedelic Furs, The Big Pink and Summer Twins. Lots to choses from for a Monday! Also this week we have big names like Coldplay and Tom Morello coming through. On the underground/indie tip we […]

Ryan Bingham
An Interview with Ryan Bingham: Becoming a father, relationships, new tour and what it’s like being a cowboy in Los Angeles

Ryan Bingham has an unmistakable voice. It’s grungy and raw like truck tires on a gravel road and at the same time airy and crackling like a wise man telling stories on his back porch. He has a quiet way about him. His eyes are deep and caring and when he smiles, his entire face […]

Anne Marie Schiefer |
Sonos Play:1 speakers are slick, inconspicuous, easy to operate — a must-have for music lovers

I recently moved into a nice new spot in mid-city Los Angeles and it’s a great four-bedroom house with a big backyard. One of the first questions I had was – how best am I going to utilize this space for when I want to play music? Sonos sent me two of their Play:1 speakers (priced […]

Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
The Best Concerts in Los Angeles feat. Leon Bridges, Peaches, Lagwagon

This week’s best concerts in Los Angeles feature some heavy hitters as well as some of our favorite underground/indie acts. Kendrick Lamar takes the Wiltern while rising star Leon Bridges schedules two nights at Fonda Theatre. Other standouts include: The Briefs at Echoplex, In The Valley Below at El Rey Theatre, Flume with Rivers Tiber […]

This Week’s Best Concerts in Los Angeles feat. Grimes, Kendrick Lamar, Big Black Delta

Later Rocktober, and hello Shovember! Before we hit December and hit the live music holiday slump, November is chockfull of amazing concerts in and around Los Angeles. This week we have big names like Kendrick Lamar and Ms Lauryn Hill coming through, but what really makes this week shine is the ace selection underground/indie acts: […]

ryn weaver
Out from under the microscope: an interview with rising pop-star Ryn Weaver

Last June, a song exploded in the music blogosphere that had tons of people asking one question: Who the f*ck is Ryn Weaver? When the wildly addictive “OctaHate” arrived on the scene last year, there was very little information out there on the talented singer-songwriter behind the track. Now almost a year-and-a-half later, the 23-year-old […]

Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Thee Commons
44 Best Los Angeles Concerts This November

Thee Commons While the concert heavy month of Rocktober leaves much to be desired, November isn’t letting us down. Be thankful concert heads because there are plenty of chances this month to catch some spectacular live acts. From living legends like Dave Davies of The Kinks bringing down the house old-school style to up-and-coming pop stars […]

jello biafra
6 Best Halloween Concerts in Los Angeles

What’s going on this Halloween in Los Angeles? You’re probably asking yourself that question (and so are we). While many people choose to hit up a good old house party, bar or night club, we here at Grimy Goods are all about the live music. What better way to spend Halloween in Los Angeles than […]

Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
The Best Concerts in Los Angeles feat. Danzig, Xiu Xiu, The Membranes and more

It’s Halloween week and there’s some very festive shows popping off this week! From Jello Biafra and Death Hymn Number 9 at Alex’s Bar to Dia De Los Muertos with Kinky and La Santa Cecilia at Santa Barbara Bowl — and we can’t forget HARD Day of The Dead and Tim Burton’s Nightmare Before Christmas. […]