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Legs McNeil, Author of “Please Kill Me” Lines Up Readings and Events in Los Angeles

Legs McNeil was born and raised in Connecticut, where the liquor stores still close at 8 p.m. As a teenager he was forced to move to New York City in order to quench his thirst. In 1975, at age 18, he cofounded Punk magazine. During the 1980s, Legs worked as a senior editor for Spin […]

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Grimy Goods Featured on KTLA Channel 5 Los Angeles
Grimy Goods Featured on KTLA Channel 5 Los Angeles

I woke up to some great news today in my Facebook inbox. An old high school friend of mine (mind you, I graduated ’98) notified me that she was watching the Morning News of KTLA Channel 5 Los Angeles while up at the butt-crack of dawn to nurse her newborn. To her surprise, she heard the […]

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Show Your Support for Same-Sex Marriage with this Little Red Box with Pink Stripes

If you’re seeing this red box image on eveyone’s Facebook, Instagram and/or Twitter — and you have no clue what it means, you’re not alone. These social media things happen quickly! Basically, that red box image is to show that you’re down with same-sex marriage. A lot of your social media friends have shared this […]

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Grimy Goods Presents: The Deer Tracks with Magic Wands at One Eyed Gypsy – March 22, 2012

All the way from Sweden, Grimy Goods presents the Deer Tracks with our L.A. favorites, the Magic Wands. This very special early night of music will take place at the One Eyed Gypsy in downtown L.A. (formerly Bordello Bar) this Friday, March 22. The show is FREE! Just make sure you’re 21 years of age or older! Doors open at […]

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Grimy Goods Presents: Crushed Out at the Satellite – Jan. 10, 2013

After catching their live show in November at the Satellite, we knew Crushed Out were going to be a very promising band in 2013. Formerly Boom Chick, the honky-tonk-surf-garage duo just toured with Social Distortion and now are set to play a free show at the Satellite this Thursday, Jan. 10 and Grimy Goods is […]

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Grimy Goods Presents: The Dead Ships at the Echo
Grimy Goods Presents: The Dead Ships at the Echo

Grimy Goods Presents: The Dead Ships at the Echo! We want to brighten your holidaze in the form of a FREE show with a great and local line-up! Grimy Goods will be at The Echo on Monday Dec. 10 to present a special night of The Dead Ships December residency at the Echo. This Echo Park-based trio, own the shit out of […]

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Grimy Goods Presents DāM-FunK with Nite Jewel at Slidebar – Nov. 29, 2012

Grimy Goods is headed to Orange Cunty! Whoops — we mean “Orange County.” We’ll be at the Slidebar on Thursday, Nov. 29 for a dope show that we just happen to be presenting — and it’s FREE. Los Angeles’, DāM-FunK will be headlining the evening delivering that smooth electro-boogie and signature soul-funk flavor of his. […]

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Gorilla vs. Bear & Grimy Goods present Keep Shelly in Athens at The Roxy (Nov. 8, 2011)

Grimy Goods has teamed up with Gorilla vs. Bear to present you with a stellar evening of music. Keep Shelly in Athens will make their Los Angeles debut at The Roxy in Hollywood on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2011. This will be an evening not to miss and tickets are already moving quick. Supporting Keep Shelly in Athens […]

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Grimy Goods Presents: The Black Ryder at the Satellite (Oct. 27, 2011)

The Black Ryder at the Echo – Photo: Dominoe Farris-Gilbert Grimy Goods is gearing up to present you with another badass show. On Oct. 27 at the Satellite, we’ll be presenting the Black Ryder with Lower Heaven and Swamplands. We fell in lust with the enticing Australian duo, comprised of Aimee Nash & Scott Von […]

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Grimy Goods Presents: Braids with Pepper Rabbit at the Echo (Sept. 29, 2011)

We’re presenting a very lovely show next week on Thursday, Sept. 29 at the Echo featuring Braids, Pepper Rabbit and Painted Palms. We’ve been huge fans of the Canadian quartet, Braids, since word on them hit the streets. Their stunning debut album, Native Speaker, impressed the mass bloggeratti, while the band went on to sell-out […]

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