Alberta Cross at the Satellite (May 17, 2011) – Photos & Show Review

It has been two years since we had seen the amazing Alberta Cross perform in Los Angeles. While London may have once been their home, the men are now in the city of Angels, and are making it their permanent stay after moving from Brooklyn. To celebrate the move, Alberta Cross has been playing a […]

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What Cool Shows Are Going On This Week in L.A.? (May 9 – 15, 2011)

  TV On The Radio @ SXSW – Photo by Sandra Burciaga We don’t post every show that’s going on every night (in or around LA) we just post the goods according to our collective knowledge. We’re music elitists at heart but we try our best to keep an open palette of taste with an […]

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Yeasayer Book Two LA Shows at the Music Box and the Glass House with Smith Westerns

UPDATE: Presale password: AMBLING (scroll down for more info and ticket links) **** Yeasayer just keep on spreading the love on this sweet Valentine’s Day. Earlier this morning we announced Yeasayer’s oddly sweet new video for “I Remember” as well as the release of their new Valentine’s Day EP which you can download for FREE […]

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FREE Download: Suckers Remix the Local Natives’ “Wide Eyes”

Our LA boys the Local Natives are getting a shit load of love everywhere and it’s rightfully so. Check it out! The boys have been touring with Brooklyn’s Suckers and playing a slew of impressive sold-out shows. Suckers are showing the Natives some love with their remix of “Wide Eyes.” It’s pretty sweet, experimental and […]

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“Avi Buffalo” by Avi Buffalo – Debut Album Review

Photo by Jeff Antebi In one of Avi Buffalo’s press photos from Sub Pop, it shows the foursome; two dark-haired girls and two dark-haired guys sitting in what looks like the family living room from the set of “Freaks and Geeks.” Fresh-faced on a tweed couch in thrift store tees, Chuck Taylors and torn jeans, […]

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“Swim” by Caribou – Album Review and Tour Dates

Switching sounds from album-to-album, first as Manitoba then post lawsuit as Caribou, Dan Snaith has for the most part been on the mark, with every album driven by catchy hooks and stellar production. The short answer to the question is that Caribou’s latest record “Swim” is good. Very good. What is noticeably disappointing, though, is […]

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