Music of The Rolling Stones for Kids
Win Tickets to the Music of The Rolling Stones for Kids at Echoplex

Calling all rock ‘n’ roll parents! One of our favorite show venues (The Echoplex) is hosting a very cool events that is totally family-friendly. In fact, it’s meant for kids. This Sunday, Jan. 27, The Rock ‘n’ Roll Playhouse is brining their infamous show to Los Angeles! Come out to the Echoplex with your kids, […]

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ANEMONE
Dance Through a Hazy Dream with Anemone — LA date at Bootleg, new song song “Memory Lane”

Montréal-based Anemone are coming back to Los Angeles for a headline show at Bootleg Theater on February 26. This will be one of four album release shows to celebrate their debut album Beat My Distance, set to be released on February 15th (Luminelle Recordings). The congruous album is a hazy, psych-pop soundtrack perfect for the […]

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Grey Goon
Premiere: Grey Goon Risks Nothing on Strong New Single, “Take the Money”

Local producer Grey Goon is breaking out of his shell with the release of a new original track today. He has been the backbone of Oddnesse alongside Rebeca Arango for the past couple of years, and he has also produced for other artists like Trippie Redd, DJ Khaled, and Lauren Ruth Ward, just to name […]

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Mudhoney at The Echoplex - Photos by ZB Images
Mudhoney and The Flesh Eaters leave our ears ringing after LA show at Echoplex

Last Friday at the Echoplex, concert attendees experienced an electrifying sold-out show with Seattle originals Mudhoney followed by L.A. Punk Legends The Flesh Eaters. The unsurprisingly packed house, filled with fans old and new alike, seemed to carry more of a subdued energy than the bands onstage — however, that didn’t stop a small mosh […]

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RKCB
Premiere: RKCB share melancholic new single “Till We’re In The Sea”

L.A.-based dream pop duo RKCB have released the latest single off their upcoming Shores EP in the form of the melancholic “Till We’re In The Sea.” A pulsating ballad that takes one of the bigger crisis of our time in climate-change and attempts to peer into it from a fresh perspective—one that is more honed in on […]

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American Football band
American Football share video for new single “Uncomfortably Numb” — LA show at The Regent

American Football have shared a new song titled “Uncomfortably Numb,” featuring Hayley Williams of Paramore. The lush song is taken from American Football’s third self-titled album, out March 22 on Polyvinyl Record Co. The 8-track LP is rich in captivating song-writing, something American Football has always been known for. The band’s new single “Uncomfortably Numb” arrives as a video […]

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Gabriella Rose
Premiere: In New Song, Gabriella Rose Reveals She Never Stopped Grieving

Nick Cave has been taking questions from fans via the Red Hand Files, and last October he published a submission from someone who had been dealing with many deaths in their life. The question, like most on the site, was spiritual in nature, and Cave began his answer with wisdom that could apply to anyone’s […]

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Deerhunter celebrate ‘Why Hasn’t Everything Already Disappeared?’ at Lodge Room in Highland Park

Atlanta’s Deerhunter stopped by Lodge Room Highland Park Thursday night to celebrate their eighth LP Why Hasn’t Everything Already Disappeared? to be release the following day. The sold out crowd was calm, yet enthusiastic; the maturity fitting of a band that’s been around for 18 years. The merch table was remarkably empty. A hand-written note […]

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Album Review: Maggie Rogers finds her footing, finds her voice—shouts it from the mountaintop on Heard It In A Past Life

Performing at the Boston Calling music festival last year, Maggie Rogers stepped-out into the sun in a royal-blue-jumpsuit—trailing the cape that was attached to it behind her—and gave one of the weekend’s most invigorating performances. It was a stellar and lucid moment from an artist who at the time had only a handful of singles […]

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Steve Gunn
The Art of Healing: Steve Gunn’s The Unseen In Between

Steve Gunn has been coursing throughout the veins of America’s guitar-led underground with a stacked resume filled with the likes of Kurt Vile and Michael Chapman. Without a doubt, he is a skilled sonic painter–one who delicately strokes sublime landscapes and breathtaking views. The critically-lauded guitarist/vocalist is adept at exploring the lives and times of […]

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