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Kim Gordon Brings Viscerality With Dark and Dystopic New Single “Sketch Artist”

With an abundance of records in her holster, musical legend Kim Gordon offers us a video for her latest single “Sketch Artist” in celebration of her first-ever solo album No Home Record out October 11th. The single is paired with a video which is illustrated by Gordon driving through L.A. nightlife—commenting on the transience and […]

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Father’s Day Gift Guide — 20 Unique Father’s Day Gifts for the Cool and Adventurous Modern Dad

Need some cool and unique Father’s Day gift ideas for the modern, adventurous Dad? We got you! Whether the special Father figure in your life seeks outdoor adventure products, or stylish and modern Father’s Day gifts, our list of 20 Unique Father’s Day Gifts for the Cool, Adventurous Dad will blow your mind! Well, maybe […]

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20 Must-See Shows at the 2019 Hollywood Bowl Concert Season

The Hollywood Bowl is about to kick off their *2019 summer season of concerts and it’s looking awesome. One of our favorite outdoor venues in Los Angeles, concerts at the Hollywood Bowl is something everyone must experience! Celebrating 98 years of live music, this season’s Hollywood Bowl lineup will kick off in a most lovely […]

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Art of Rap Festival, LUH and NAS top this week’s best Los Angeles Concerts

This week is boomin’ with a fresh array of concerts happening in and around Los Angeles. Sting and Peter Gabriel hit the Hollywood Bowl on Monday, while iconic rappers Ice-T, Public Enemy, Epmd and more take over the Forum for the highly anticipated Art of Rap Festival. 80s stars The Psychedelic Furs will play a […]

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Between two show reviewers: Courtney Barnett at Red Bull Sound Select #30DaysinLA

Courtney Barnett played the El Rey for the 4th night of Red Bull’s Sound Select #30DaysInLA series. After getting loads of Red Bull swag, munching on empanadas, and getting strung out on vodka Red Bulls (THERE WAS SO MUCH RED BULL) I bumped into fellow Grimy Goods contributor Mark Ortega. Below we discuss the shows […]

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Lovers and Reflections – Swords – Album Review

To the children of the 80s, the name Duckie holds a special meaning. It’s not young girls pouting their lips in Facebook photos or a child’s endearing term for our feathered friends who migrate south for the winter. Duckie is an icon of the John Hughes legacy that conjures images of the sweet, dorky best […]

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What Cool Shows Are Going On This Week in L.A.? (July 23 – 29, 2012)

Alberta Cross at the Satellite – Photo: Ryan Mulvey We don’t post every show that’s going on every night (in or around L.A.) 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 affinity towards underground, […]

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Rumor Has It, The Gorillaz Have Broken Up!

UPDATE: According the the Gorillaz Twitter: “Despite rumours to the contrary, Gorillaz are alive and well and misbehaving in London W10.” Well there you have it, Gorillaz fans, thankfully it was all a dirty rumor (as we hoped for below). But you never know …. According to People and Consequence of Sound (COS), the Gorillaz […]

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The Z-Boy Show

Check these goods going down in LA on October 4th: The Z-Boy Show. Featuring the original works of Craig Stecyk, Peggy Oki, Chris Cahill, Skip Engblom,  Nathan Pratt, Cesario “Block” Montano, , Adam Sarlo, and many more, it all goes down at the Crewest Gallery. Running from October 4 – November 2, there’s a lot […]

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