Conor Oberst and the Mystic Valley Band
Conor Oberst And The Mystic Valley Band to headline NYE show at the Lodge Room in Highland Park

Los Angeles’ newest venue, the Lodge Room in Highland Park just announced a very special New Year’s Eve show with Conor Oberst And The Mystic Valley Band! The new Highland Park venue is coming hot off the heels of a bangin’ opening weekend and is ready to roll. Presented by Sid The Cat, Conor Oberst […]

The Drums at the Fonda Theatre shot by Danielle Gornbein
Photos: Nothing “Abysmal” about The Drums’ performance at Fonda Theatre

The Fonda Theatre in Hollywood was a packed house for three consecutive nights this past weekend for  none other than The Drums. We caught Friday night’s show and let me just say, it was incredible. Frontman Jonny Pierce never disappoints. The indie-pop crazers brought their latest tour in support of their newest and fourth record, […]

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Baths shares new song “Extrasolar”– LA date at Zebulon

Baths, aka Will Wiesenfeld has shared a new song titled “Extrasolar”. The new single follows Baths’ September song reveal “Yeoman.” Both songs will be on Baths’ forthcoming album, Romaplasm, out November 17th via Anticon / Tugboat (Japan). Romaplasm is Baths’ first full length record in four years! Stream the new single “Extrasolar” below! To celebrate […]

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Win Tickets to Max Frost at The Echo

Max Frost — singer, songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist extraordinaire has a headline Los Angeles gig at the Echo on Wednesday, November 8! Max Frost recently released his newest single “High All Day,” which was co-written with Michael “Fitz” Fitzpatrick (of Fitz and The Tantrums). After two EPs and several singles, Frost is readying his debut album to be […]

The Weather Station
The Weather Station and James Elkington Eased the Pain of LA’s World Series Loss at Bootleg Theater

Walking up to the Bootleg Theater on Wednesday night, the streets were quiet. Acoustic guitar was the main feature of the night, with emphasis placed on what felt like each individual string for both acts; James Elkington needed little else aside from the instrument and his voice, though The Weather Station performed as a four […]

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Oddnesse Reveal Cathartic New Single, “I Used To”

Oddnesse has revealed a new single, attaining a blissful catharsis on “I Used To.” The track delivers that serene dreampop vibe we’ve come to love from the local duo. This is their newest single since “Are You Down,” with both tracks pointing to a new release on the horizon. (Probably not an LP, per our […]

The Black Heart Procession at The Echo -- Photo: ZB Images
Photos: The Black Heart Procession celebrate 20 years of their debut album at The Echo

The Black Heart Procession wrapped up their West Coast tour this weekend. They were celebrating the 20th anniversary of their debut album which they played front to back at The Echo in Los Angeles this past Thursday. The mood was predictably dark and somber although it was adorable to hear the crowd murmur “it’s a […]

Rhye announce two Los Angeles show dates at Moroccan Lounge and Orpheum Theatre

Rhye have announced two Los Angeles show dates! The alt r&b group will headline the Orpheum Theater on March 17. They also just recently announced a very special intimate gig at the new Moroccan Lounge for Tuesday, November 7. Rhye will be performing songs from their forthcoming sophomore album, due for release in early 2018 […]

Pussy Riot
Pussy Riot head to Los Angeles for headline date at Bootleg Theater

Pussy Riot has announced a headline Los Angeles show date at the Bootleg Theater on Wednesday December 13. The Moscow-based band, led by Nadya Tolokonnikova & Masha Alekhina will be bringing their feminist protest punk rock to the intimate Bootleg stage for a show you won’t forget. These fierce warriors have a lot to say […]

Alice Coltrane Tribute
Red Bull Music Academy brings out the spirit of Alice Coltrane with beautiful tribute show

For the past month, Red Bull Music Academy creatively executed a music festival in Los Angeles in which all kinds of experiences took place. From underground to the sublime, the festival had it all.  On this occasion, I headed to celebrate the life and music of Alice Coltrane, the iconic harpist, pianist, composer, and wife of John Coltrane in […]

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