Lucy & La Mer
Lucy & La Mer Spread Joy Through Europe With Their Newest Single / Video ‘Discover’

Indie folk star Lucy & La Mer went all the way to Paris to create the visuals for her newest tune, ‘Discover.’ The track is a bubbly, feel good anthem aimed at reminding the world that “the best is here, it all begins right now.” See life in all its color through Lucy’s eyes: Featuring […]

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HARD DAY OF THE DEAD
Hard Day of the Dead promises a spooky good time with stacked line up

Dog Blood, The Martinez Brothers, Zhu’s Blacklizt, Tokimonsta!! It’s all treat and no trick this year at Hard’s Day of the Dead happening November 2nd at L.A. State Historic Park in DTLA!! This is Hard’s signature Halloween event and it might just be it’s best year yet! This 21+ festival will be a wonderful afternoon […]

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ohana fest 2019
Best Los Angeles Concerts of the Month, October 2019 – Archive

This is an archive of the Best Los Angeles Concerts of the Month for October, 2019. You can visit our current Best LA Shows of the Month list here. You will find all the best indie, underground, and some mainstream concerts happening in Los Angeles. There’s also a lot of FREE concerts and music festivals […]

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Thurston Moore
Thurston Moore Delivers a Prayer with His Latest Spirit Counsel

With an arsenal of seminal albums tucked into his belt, it’s no surprise that Thurston Moore’s latest output is nothing less than outstanding. Less of an album than a magnum opus, Spirit Counsel is as subterranean as it is sublime, consistently toeing the line between noisey rock and experimental. The content is sprawling but the […]

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bombay bicycle club
Bombay Bicycle Club Reunite with Devoted Fans at The Mayan

Kansas City based The Greeting Committee primed the crowd for Bombay Bicycle Club with. They gave more energy than I’ve seen out of any opening act, and that energy was certainly reciprocated from the rapidly filling crowd. The live performance among the young musicians on stage was tight technically and theatrically. Bombay Bicycle Club (named […]

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Interview: frogi Wants to Topple the Industry’s Boys’ Club With Powerful Bedroom Pop—Introvert EP is Out Now

LA’s frogi is filled with contrasts but not contradictions. The songwriter and producer recently released a bedroom pop EP titled Introvert. It is restrained and quiet, tied together with a strong motif of love, though probably not the love you’re thinking of. Her stories are nuanced and sensitive, but that is not what defines her. […]

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of monsters and men
Of Monsters and Men bring their fever dream to the Hollywood Palladium

There was a time when Icelandic rock outfit Of Monsters and Men were being dubbed the next Arcade Fire. With the breakout success of their single “Little Talks” and their penchant for crafting colossal, folk-inclined anthems it was hard to argue with that sentiment at first. But even then the comparison–however much a compliment of […]

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lower dens
Lower Dens lights up Hollywood Palladium with their vocal sheen

Baltimore-based indie pop band Lower Dens warmed up a sold out Hollywood Palladium crowd Sunday night on what was the final day of Summer. The band snuck in a new album just before the close of the season, entitled The Competition, and though they only managed a half-hour set, they knocked out a few tunes from […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
BIIANCO shares trippy video for new single “Rice Crispies” — LA date at Hot Shot Muffler

Operating as the brainchild of multi-instrumentalist and producer Gabby Bianco, Los Angeles-based BIIANCO is steeped in the kind of electronic, chill-wave tones that could only be born out of a sleepless city bathed in neon. BIIANCO’s new single “Rice Crispies,” thrives on a thrumming soundscape of moody electronica that’s lent a sensual wonder in Bianco’s […]

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Steven Ward |
stone irr
Stone Irr delivers a wonderful contrast of pop delight and lyrical depth with ‘Performance’

Highs and lows are felt within ‘Performance,’ the sophomore album of L.A. based — by way of Indiana — singer/songwriter Stone Irr. Much anticipated, the album, that dropped Sept. 20, is described by Irr as an exploration into the “relationship between observer and observed.” From the ghostly album artwork to the distance and echoey dreamlike […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
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