Shows

James Supercave Play the Bootleg Tonight to Celebrate New Single, “Falling”

If you have never seen James Supercave live, don’t miss your chance tonight. The local trio will be performing at the Bootleg Theater, which comes just a week after the band released “Falling,” a brand new single which is also featured on Grimy Goods’ Best New Songs of the Month. Celebrate James Supercave’s new single […]

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Zoe Elaine |
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Premiere: ‘I Like Girls’ – Samantha Sidley Releases Jazzy New Single; Announces Tour

Los Angeles-based jazz vocalist Samantha Sidley just announced she’ll release her debut album, ‘Interior Person’ on September 13th. But first, Sidley is grabbing our attention with her colorful single, ‘I Like Girls.’ Stream the premiere of Sidley’s new single below! Samantha Sidley will be opening for The Bird & The Bee’s tour starting August 11th […]

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Chelsea Wolfe Leads Us Down “The Mother Road,” Announces New Album and Tour

Darkwave icon Chelsea Wolfe just announced Birth of Violence, a new album, alongside the release of her first new music since around this time two years ago. “The Mother Road” is the lead single as well as the opening track of the new record, due out September 13 on Sargent House. That means Angelenos have […]

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Zoe Elaine |
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Fiona Grey Pays Homage to the 60’s Classic Noir Films with New Video for “Saviour”

In the last visual for her Cult Classic EP, Fiona Grey’s “Saviour” is an ode to Marie Antoinette, Felini, and the classic noir films of the 60s. Grey creates an intoxicating black and white world using elegant wardrobe and expressive choreography, inviting us into the story of the relationships that once made her feel weak.   […]

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Pile to Bring Their Ferociously Loud LP ‘Green and Gray’ to the Bootleg Theater This Week

Since the release of their latest album Green and Gray last month, Pile has been commemorating their achievement with a full North American tour—bringing frontman Rick Maguire’s hankering vocals and craggy guitar riffs along for the ride. This week, Pile is set to headline the Bootleg Theater on Thursday, June 13 —bringing their volatile live […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
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Best Los Angeles Concerts of June 2019

This is an archive from our Best Los Angeles Concerts of the Month. To view the most updated listing of our Best LA Shows of the Month, check out our updated page here. Monday, June 24 (FREE) Brass Box with Bob Vilain at The Echo (FREE) Leggy Peggy at The Love Song Bar Santana with […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
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Watch Girl Friday’s new video for “Decoration/Currency” Ahead of EP Release and Bootleg Show

I had never heard the phrase “Girl Friday” until a local band by that name came across my radar. It is (was?) a phrase that meant an office assistant who handled many tasks—it was coined at a time when only women were considered for secretarial positions, of course. Watch these bandmates crush the stereotype in […]

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Inner-City Arts’ Summer on Seventh to feature Best Coast and Shannon and the Clams

With summer quickly approaching, we have a lot of great shows to look forward to. Inner-City Arts are hosting their annual fundraiser, Summer on Seventh, in support of equal access to arts education for the kids and teens of Los Angeles. What better way to support than a rooftop party? Presented by Spaceland Presents, Summer […]

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Brass Box Bring Their Shoegaze Mythology to the Echo for June Residency

If you plan on attending the Echo on Mondays in June, remember your earplugs—there will be noise. Local quartet Brass Box will be the month’s residency headliners, with an overflowing cast of supporting artists sure to worsen your tinnitus. This coming Monday will include Lone Priestess (which includes Kimi Recor of DRAEMINGS) and the dreamy […]

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Zoe Elaine |
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Pinky Pinky’s new song “Mr. Sunday” is the Illusion We’ve All Felt

Staring into the afternoon of a Sunday through rose colored glasses is a simple enough explanation of Pinky Pinky’s new single “Mr. Sunday,” a song that has the wisdom of a new day and the distance of a Monday seen from an afternoon that’s yet to pass.  It’s an amalgamation of various small moments that […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
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