Julia Holter at Teragram Ballroom -- David Fisch
Julia Holter shares her majestic orchestrations at Teragram Ballroom, joined by the ambient poetry of Ana Roxanne

Summers come and summers go, but a summer involving Julia Holter makes it a decidedly more memorable one. A cool August eve at the Teragram Ballroom was a night of exploring her majestic orchestrations in a personal space, an allusion to the music she herself writes. On her latest album, Aviary, she has upped the […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
The Dils in San Francisco -- Photo By ZB Images
WAR STORIES: Tales of 70’s & 80’s Punk Mayhem Told By The Perpetrators Themselves, featuring The Dils

Bands come and go. We all have our favorites that we wish we could hear one more time. For many who witnessed the original California punk scene back in the 70’s The Dils were one such band. Although founding brothers Chip and Tony Kinman were musical partners for many years The Dils existence was as […]

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Y La Bamba shares new song “Rios Sueltos” off Forthcoming EP — Tour Kick Off at KCRW Summer Nights Aug 10

Crossover hitmakers Y La Bamba are back with a new single from a brand new record as well as fresh tour dates that begin right here in LA. “Rios Sueltos” is colorful both sonically and visually, considering the accompanying clip; it will appear on the band’s next EP, Entre Los Dos, due out September 20 […]

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Zoe Elaine |
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James V leaps into a new passion with video for “Blondie” — LA date at Non Plus Ultra Aug. 3

L.A.’s James V (aka James Thormer) is back with another wonderfully weird video for you to enjoy. James V has just released the music video for his latest track, “Blondie.” The video is just as delicious as the funky-psych-pop number. It dances with joy, it teases your senses and just makes you feel so damn […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
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Premiere: L.A.-based singer/songwriter Francesca Crowley faces down her demons on new single “Red”

For L.A.-based singer/songwriter Francesca Crowley, there’s a catharsis in drawing from her personal strife and embedding that pain into her music. Her new single “Red” details in raw clarity her experiences with an eating disorder, tracing her attempts to overcome the very human need to eviscerate ourselves with these demands of what we should look […]

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Steven Ward |
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August 2019 — Best Los Angeles Concerts

An archive of the best concerts in Los Angeles from the month of August, 2019. August 1, 2019 Spotlights, Vampyre at The Satellite Emily Wolfe, Pyro Pryo at The Mint AD, Steven G at The Echo Julia Holter, Ana Roxanne at Teragram Ballroom August 2, 2019 Cayucas at The Roxy Ty Segall at Teragram Ballroom […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Ninet Tayeb at the Echo
Ninet Tayeb brings her Israeli infused Rock to the Echo, BIIANCO kicks off the energy

I normally spend my Tuesday nights at home eating dinner and watching Netflix, but last night the Echo was the place to be! Ninet Tayeb was performing her energetic rock-n-roll with support from Olivia Grace and Biianco. Olivia Grace got the evening started with her soft and soulful vocals. Bathed in blue light she sang […]

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Avant-Garde Singer, The Songery Wipes the Slate Clean in Experimental Folk Composition “You”

The last we heard of The Songery, she was reimagining the genre of singer-songwriter into a dancing, whimsical land of ‘anything goes.’ With a recognizable frankness in her voice and lyrics, The Songery (moniker of Alexandria Leon) is back with a stunning, brave composition, “You.” Her upheaval of expectations lands perfectly in this shocking combination […]

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Kills Birds Whip Up Scorching New Single in “Jesus Did”

Los Angeles-based band, Kills Birdshas come out with a new single, “Jesus Did.” This new song comes at the heels of the band’s self-titled debut album, Kills Birds, thatarrives via KRO Records on Friday, Sept. 20. “Jesus Did” is the third track to be released by the band, all of which we can find on the […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Hannah Stewart
Premiere: Indie-pop newcomer Hannah Stewart shares giddy new song “Glaze”

After leaving behind her job in June of 2018, California-native Hannah Stewart set-off on a three-month road trip of the U.S. and Canada—a journey that ended up birthing thirty new songs from the indie-pop singer. After recording two EP’s in her own apartment, Stewart has returned with new single “Glaze,” a giddy, blistering-synth-pop medley fueled […]

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Steven Ward |
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