Georgi Kay and CD Player Put Us Face-to-Face with “Scary People” on Reworked Single

November 3rd will soon be here and Georgi Kay’s reimagining of her 2017 single, “Scary People,” sets the tone for a revolution. The British-Australian artist cites the last election for inspiring her to write the original, reflected in its sneering production. A foggy ambience in the new version underscores the terror of evil. Kay and […]

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Jan. 24 — Best Concerts in L.A. Feat. King Princess, Michael Kiwanuka, Bizou

Tonight’s best concerts in Los Angeles feature King Princess at the Wiltern; Michael Kiwanuka at The Theatre at Ace Hotel;  Mariachi El Bronx, mike watt + the secondmen at Alex’s Bar; The Shivas at Bootleg Theater; Bizou at Moroccan Lounge and more. Take a look at all the best shows below and be sure to […]

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Tune-Yards at the Walt Disney Concert Hall
Win Tickets to Tune-Yards at Walt Disney Concert Hall

Tune-Yards are making their way to the Walt Disney Concert Hall on Friday, January 31 for an incredible experience you won’t want to miss. Led by Merrill Garbus, Tune-Yards are well-know across the globe for their avant-garde sonic stylings. Fusing all the unique rhythmic elements of R&B, funk, house, Caribbean, and African music — Garbus has […]

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Brittany Howard brings sonic excellence to Hollywood Palladium

Brittany Howard recently put the Alabama Shakes on the shelf for a bit to focus on her solo work and the resulting album Jaime is astonishingly beautiful. This past Wednesday, Brittany Howard brought Jaime and a few other songs to the Hollywood Palladium for a compelling performance as part of the Citi Sound Vault showcase. […]

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Jan. 23 — Best Concerts in L.A. feat Robert Glasper, Death Valley Girls, É Arenas

Tonight’s best concerts in Los Angeles feature Robert Glasper at Teragram Ballroom; É Arenas, Sister Mantos, Rudy De Anda at The Paramount; Patrick Watson, Brad Barr at Lodge Room; Death Valley Girls at Clifton’s; Agnes Obel at Masonic Lodge and more. Take a look at all the best shows below and be sure to peep our BEST […]

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LA’s Moaning Get Self-Aware with New Single “Ego”

L.A. based Moaning, made up of Sean Solomon (vocals/guitar), Pascal Stevenson (bass/keys), and Andrew Mackelvie (drums). have just announced their sophomore album Uneasy Laughter (March 20 via Sub Pop). In anticipation, they’ve shared a caustic first single and video for “Ego” which marks a distinct change in style for the post-punk outfit—replacing fuzzed out guitars […]

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Best Coast share video for new single “Everything Has Changed”; announce new album Always Tomorrow

Best Coast has been a household name of Golden State indie-rock since the release of their debut Crazy For You now a decade ago. The duo, comprised of Bethany Cosentino and Bob Bruno, has now stepped back into the limelight after a four-year hiatus to release an album that is a culmination of the last […]

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Jan. 22 — Best Concerts in L.A. feat. Brittany Howard, The Love Language, The Memories

Tonight’s best concerts in Los Angeles feature Brittany Howard at Hollywood Palladium, The Love Language, Jimmy Whispers at Bootleg Theater, Reverend Horton Heat, The Buttertones at Alex’s Bar, The Memories, Pearl & the Oysters at Zebulon and more. Take a look at all the best shows below and be sure to peep our BEST SHOWS OF […]

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American Barbershop in Echo Park Moonlights as DIY Concert Venue by Night feat. Speed of Light, Garbitch and more

Echo Park has been going through a transformation in the last few years and its seen some of its favorite venues change hands or disappear completely. However, there is one new DIY venue that has been making some noise. American Barbershop is, as its name implies, a barbershop by day, but once every other month […]

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Disq Gear Up for Debut Album with grungetastic new single “Daily Routine”

Midwestern band Disq, freshly signed to Saddle Creek, are gearing up to release their debut album, ‘Collector’ out March 6. The Madison, Wisconsin born band dropped a tasty teaser earlier this month, their newest single, “Daily Routine.” Tour dates announced with Los Angeles concert at The Echo. The song is a grungetastic preview of their […]

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