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Toro y Moi straps on guitar and plays new record in full at Apogee Studio soiree

Update: Previously we mistakenly reported that KCRW would broadcast the live session on Friday, March 27th. The broadcast of this show will be on Friday, April 3rd. I felt terribly underdressed at KCRW’s private Toro y Moi show. It was the mini flatbread crackers that did it. There were elegant trays of them, three different […]

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SXSW Saturday explodes with hip hop: J Cole, Too $hort, G-Eazy & more

If Friday was the busiest day of SXSW for me, Saturday was the most intense. If you would have told me I’d end up seeing 39 performances and almost half of them would be hip hop or rap, I wouldn’t have believed it. But that’s what SXSW is partly about, broadening your horizons. My day […]

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MUSINK Day 2: Bad Religion, OFF! and Ignite take the stage

We have more photos from MUSINK for you! On Saturday at MUSINK, the stages were once again exploding with punk rock and hardcore mayhem. Bad Religion, OFF! and Ignite all put on thrashing performances while the crowd engaged in moshing and other wild antics. Also on the evening’s event schedule was the highly anticipated MISS […]

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An Interview with Emily Armstrong of Dead Sara: New Album, Disneyland & Staying True to Yourself

Last year we caught Dead Sara absolutely tearing it up at The Echo with a show that left me breathless and relieved. It was a clear reminder that rock n’ roll remains far from dead. The band gave us a sneak peak at some of the new songs at the show but now the true […]

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20 Of The Most Inspiring Women in Music

*We’re updating this very popular post for 2019 and including 30 more inspiring women in music! This will round out the list to 50! We’d love your input. Leave a comment with your favorite woman in music! This March we continue celebrating Women’s History Month by honoring women in music. Whether it be sending shivers down our […]

9 Best Ways to Celebrate Women’s History Month Through Music

March is Women’s History Month and what better way to celebrate than to honor the female musicians and artists, from past to present, who have enriched our lives and inspired us. Here in Los Angeles, online and via alternative media, there are several opportunities to further explore and learn about how women, across generations, have […]

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The 38 Best Los Angeles Concerts This March

Milk Music While it may still technically be winter, spring is fast-approaching and things are really beginning to heat up on the concert front in Los Angeles this March, not to mention, it’s SXSW month. There are plenty of reasons to celebrate the changing of the seasons – from the old school: godfather of psych […]

The 20 Hottest Women in Indie Music (and then some)

As we noted in our 20 Hottest Men in Indie Music feature last month, it’s hard not to fall in love with a talented musician when they’re on stage giving you a memorable performance. Now it’s time to give the accomplished ladies their shine. From their extraordinary talents, to the way they own the stage, and […]

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How subscription service Jukely can start the live music revolution

About a month or so ago, I saw news begin to appear that a “Netflix for concerts” was about to kick off in Los Angeles. As someone who went to 100 concerts last year, my interest was obviously piqued immediately. Enter Jukely Unlimited. After trying the idea out in New York City, it officially launched […]

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The Best Concerts in Los Angeles Featuring Flaming Lips, Billy Idol & The Pharcyde

The best concerts happening in Los Angeles, Orange County and more neighboring cities are all here on Grimy Goods’ custom show list, so look no further. This week we have the Billy Idol cutting out a hat-trick of performances at the Wiltern and The Observatory. Air + Style is making its way to Pasadena with […]

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