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Mike Krol
An Interview with Mike Krol — a man of many hats who ultimately makes some stellar garage rock

There is something about being from Milwaukee. Whether it’s the midwestern work ethic or knowing you are on your own as far as any creative pursuits. When you meet a Milwaukeean in a creative field you can bet they had nothing handed to them. Mike Krol is no exception, except… he is. Krol’s path to […]

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Vintage Gold: The Mother of Rock ‘n’ Roll, Sister Rosetta Tharpe

When people generally think about the origins of rock ‘n’ roll, immediate thoughts go to Elvis’s shaky legs, Chuck Berry’s tumbling and electrifying riffs, or Little Richard’s clunky piano backbeats. However, none of this would have been possible without the legacy of Sister Rosetta Tharpe. Elvis studied her instrumentation carefully. She was the first to […]

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Best Los Angeles Shows of the Month — February 2019

It’s February and there’s some dope concerts going off in Los Angeles! As always, we focus on lesser known / indie acts, but don’t be surprised if you see a few well-known names in the mix. This month of February, catch recommended acts such as:  SOAK at Moroccan Lounge, Helaine & the Hurricanes at The […]

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Premiere: Rachel Goodrich is Feeling “Gucci,” According to New Song — Release Party at No Name on Feb 1

Designer idolatry is a real phenomenon. There are brands for everything, resulting in entire Instagram profiles constructed as a monument to Adidas or Louis Vuitton. Local musician Rachel Goodrich spins a tale on her new single “Gucci” using this thread of an idea, turning common label-flaunting into an exercise of self-love. See her perform at […]

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Music of The Rolling Stones for Kids
Win Tickets to the Music of The Rolling Stones for Kids at Echoplex

Calling all rock ‘n’ roll parents! One of our favorite show venues (The Echoplex) is hosting a very cool events that is totally family-friendly. In fact, it’s meant for kids. This Sunday, Jan. 27, The Rock ‘n’ Roll Playhouse is brining their infamous show to Los Angeles! Come out to the Echoplex with your kids, […]

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Gabriella Rose
Premiere: In New Song, Gabriella Rose Reveals She Never Stopped Grieving

Nick Cave has been taking questions from fans via the Red Hand Files, and last October he published a submission from someone who had been dealing with many deaths in their life. The question, like most on the site, was spiritual in nature, and Cave began his answer with wisdom that could apply to anyone’s […]

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Album Review: Maggie Rogers finds her footing, finds her voice—shouts it from the mountaintop on Heard It In A Past Life

Performing at the Boston Calling music festival last year, Maggie Rogers stepped-out into the sun in a royal-blue-jumpsuit—trailing the cape that was attached to it behind her—and gave one of the weekend’s most invigorating performances. It was a stellar and lucid moment from an artist who at the time had only a handful of singles […]

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An Interview with Cautious Clay: Tip-toeing to semi-fame and finding his niche there

Joshua Karpeh is inside an apartment building that is both not his own nor houses anyone he actually knows. He’s there to get a meeting with a leasing agent or manager after spending his morning—in a state of ever-evaporating interest—flipping through a stack of business cards and dialing the numbers printed on them—ten—twenty—forty—sixty-times—fishing for calls […]

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Bikini Kill reunite with Los Angeles show at Hollywood Palladium

Rejoice! Bikini Kill has reunited for select Los Angeles and New York shows this spring! The iconic feminist-punk group Bikini Kill has a Los Angeles concert date scheduled for April 25 at the Hollywood Palladium. Known for their raucous, politically confrontational live shows, Bikini Kill will be performing with three original members: Kathleen Hanna on vocals, […]

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Best Los Angeles Shows of the Month: January 2019

It’s a new year! We’ve combed through our emails, scoured ticket / venue websites to find the best Los Angeles concerts of the month. As always, we focus on lesser known / indie acts, but don’t be surprised if you see a few well-known names in the mix. This month of January, catch recommended acts […]

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