Dream System 8
Premiere: Dream System 8 return with the synth-powered, ultimate love song “I Like The Way You Hold Me”

Dream System 8, the collaborative creation of David Klotz and Erica Elektra, has shared another glimpse into their dreamy, electronica wonderland with new single “I Like The Way You Hold Me.” Created initially when Klotz was scanning through a backlog of hundreds of unfinished songs and came across a file labeled “ElectroPop Beat” and sent […]

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Steven Ward |
aldous harding
Aldous Harding and Hand Habits Weaponized Restraint at Sold-Out Lodge Room Performance

The streets were lined with costumes and club attire on this pre-Halloween weekend; fans sported a mix of both as they filed into the Lodge Room this past Saturday to witness the final night of Aldous Harding’s LA tour stop. The show sold out over a month in advance, prompting a second be added for […]

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The Growlers
Tonight’s Best Shows — Oct. 28 — The Growlers, Frank Turner, StillJill

Tonight’s best Los Angeles concerts for Monday, oct. 28 feature The Growlers at Troubadour, Frank Turner at The Regent, StillJill at Bootleg Theater, Kristeen Young, Spare Parts for Broken Hearts at The Satellite and more. Check out the full listing for tonight’s best shows below! And for more recommended shows in Los Angeles, check out […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Blood Cultures
Hot Band Alert: Blood Cultures temper uncertainty and anonymity with hope and intentionality in their music

From behind hooded, smartly dressed figures and ghostly-veiled forms, Blood Cultures orchestrate a kind of pseudo-cinematic experience within their dynamic soundscapes. Under the guise of their anonymity—which shrouds even the nature of the artist(s); is it a single creator or a collective? Blood Culture Perform at The Echo, Los Angeles on Nov. 15 Blood Cultures […]

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hiatus kaiyote
Hiatus Kaiyote raise the roof at The Novo with their soulful sounds

Hiatus Kaiyote blew the roof off the Novo this Friday night. The future-soul quartet filled the room for a night entertained with their funky music. Frontwoman, Nai Palm earned the loudest applause upon making her way to center stage, complete in her zebra print bodysuit. Palm just performed the other night at the Lodge Room in Highland Park for […]

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Danielle Gornbein |
Hiatus Kaiyote
Tonight’s Best L.A. Concerts — Oct. 25 — Tiger Army, Hiatus Kaiyote, Messer Chups

Halloween in Los Angeles kicks off tonight. Have you checked our Things to do in Los Angeles for Halloween feature? So much going on! Especially concerts. Tonight’s Best Los Angeles Concerts: Hiatus Kaiyote at The Novo, Tiger Army at Wiltern, Mikal Cronin at Teragram Ballroom, Man Man at The Hi Hat, Messer Chups at Moroccan […]

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Nai Palm, Photo by Farah Sosa
Nai Palm delivers brilliant performance at Lodge Room, Highland Park

Australian singer-songwriter Naomi “Nai Palm” Saalfield, lead singer of the future-soul band Hiatus Kaiyote has her own solo project “Needle Paw” and brought it to The Lodge Room in Highland Park. Equipped with a Jackson electronic guitar, background vocalists and her fabulous persona — Nai Palm brilliantly enamored the audience with her unique energy and […]

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Aldous Harding at the Regent shot by Danielle Gornbein
Tonight’s Best LA Shows — Oct. 24 — Aldous Harding, Plague Vendor, Oh Land

Tonight’s Best Shows in Los Angeles are starting to get spooky right in time for Halloween. Check it out: Aldous Harding at Masonic Lodge, – GWAR at The Belasco, Slow Hollows at Moroccan Lounge, Oh Land with Arthur Moon at Bootleg Theater, and The Distillers with Death Valley Girls at Ventura Theater (not really LA, […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
WEEKS
Premiere: WEEKS shares solo debut single in the hypnotic indietronica of “Plastic Screens”

Launching their solo debut Los Angeles-based WEEKS is the latest indie electronic artist to appear in recent years–coming as a sharp shift from established rock group to a dynamically pop-oriented solo endeavor. WEEKS has shared the first single from that album in the form of “Plastic Screens,” an emphatic questioning of the virtues virtual media […]

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Hozier at Hollywood Forever
Tonight’s Best Shows — Oct. 23 — Hozier, Slenderbodies, Claire George

Tonight’s Best Shows in Los Angeles feature: Municipal Waste, Napalm Death at Teragram Ballroom, The Legendary Pink Dots at The Echo, Black Pumas, Neal Francis at The Regent, Slenderbodies at Troubadour, Hozier at GRAMMY Museum, Claire George, Mariah Manser at Moroccan Lounge and more. Check out the full listing for tonight’s best shows below! And […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
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