Dan Sadin is Ready to Tell His Own Stories with His New Solo Project, Debut EP out Friday

Dan Sadin is a talented guitarist ready to put his name on his own work after years of recording and touring with other acts. He primarily is known for his role in FRENSHIP, and has also worked with the likes of Sabrina Claudio, Jessie Ware, and MØ, but it is his new solo project that he […]

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March 23 — Tonight’s Best Shows: Wu-Tang Clan, Ninet Tayeb, Modern English, Common

You’re almost through the week, and Thursday has a ton of great shows in and around Los Angeles! Tonight’s best shows feature the one and only Wu-Tang Clan at the Hollywood Palladium! Not to be missed! We just caught them at the House of Blues Anaheim and they BROUGHT THE RAUCOUS! Other recommendations include Ninet […]

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Wu Tang Clan at House of Blues Anaheim
March 21 — Tonight’s Best Shows: RZA, Cameron Avery, Andy Shauf

It’s raining, and it’s raining music in Los Angeles tonight! Tonight’s best shows feature RZA at the Belasco, Cameron Avery at Teragram Ballroom, Andy Shauf at The Regent, Kate Tempest with Free Black Press (Busdriver) at The Echo, Night Talks with Twin Temple at The Hi Hat (it’s FREE!), and so much more. Check out […]

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47 Best Los Angeles Concerts This November Featuring Ty Segall, Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival, Monarchy and more

Rocktober may be coming to a close but there’s no room for sadness and concert withdrawals this November because there’s still a plethora of great live music to experience in Los Angeles and throughout Southern California. Check out living legend Morrissey at Bren Events Center in Irvine or transport yourself to the ’90s by seeing […]

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This week’s best L.A. concerts: Tegan and Sara, Nao, The Heavy and more

The concert week in Los Angeles is looking good. From underground acts such as Natural Child, Nao and Bear’s Den to indie heavyweights Phantogram, Gary Clark Jr. and Conor Oberst; and arena performers Drake, Tegan and Sara and Thievery Corporation — you have a lot to choose from . Check out this week’s best concerts […]

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Photos & Review: Panorama Festival Day One Featuring Arcade Fire, Alabama Shakes, De Lux and more

Arcade Fire closes out Panorama festival day one with a marching band tribute to David Bowie (along with some words about Trump) Words & Photography: Steven Ward Walking across the Robert F. Kennedy bridge in the sweltering heat towards Randall’s Island, it was hard not to feel the deja vu wash over me. Like many […]

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Best Los Angeles Concerts this Week: The Cure, TR/ST with Coldcave, The Thermals and more

Los Angeles concerts are in full effect this week. Well known acts such as The Cure, The Who and Neil Young will all be performing this week! On the lesser known and underground tip, we highly recommend you check out Gavin Turek at the Bootleg, Emily Gold at Harvard & Stone, Death Hymn Number 9 […]

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This week’s best LA shows: Aesop Rock, Andrew Bird, Wild Belle and more

This week’s best concerts in Los Angeles, Orange County and more neighboring cities feature: The Melvins at The Troubadour, Dorothy at The Echo, The Neighbourhood at Microsoft Theater, Aesop Rock at The Novo, Radio Moscow at Viper Room, Wild Belle at Echoplex, John Prine and Jason Isbell at Greek Theatre, Andrew Bird at The Theatre […]

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Top 10 Most Booked U.S. Festival Acts of 2016

There is basically a major music festival in the United States once a weekend once festival season “officially” kicks off with Coachella in mid-April. While most of these festivals do a great job of curating unique lineups tailored to their usual base of patrons, there’s a handful of acts that you’ll see on more than […]

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Savages announce LA Coachella sideshow dates at El Rey Theatre and Fox Theater Pomona

Savages have announced a 2016 U.S. Spring Tour including a Coachella sideshow date at the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles. The band will headline the El Rey on Monday, April 18th, and will also perform on Friday at both weekends of Coachella. Additionally, Savages will perform with Death Grips in the Los Angele neighboring town of Pomona on […]

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Savages share new song “Adore” — new album Adore Life out Jan. 26

Savages have shared a strikingly beautiful new song titled “Adore”. The song reveal also comes along with a new video. Directed by Anders Malmberg (Mew, Mø) with lighting and concept design by Tobias Rylander (The xx, Lykke Li, FKA twigs) the video has a cinematic appeal. Front woman Jehnny Beth’s vocals seriously pull their weight […]

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Coachella 2016 Lineup Revealed: LCD Sound System, Rancid, Miike Snow and more

The Coachella 2016 lineup has been revealed! First off, we want to give a huge congratualtroy shoutout to our very good friends The Dead Ships! This local Los Angeles band has been shredding the past few years and it’s nice to see them on such a famed festival bill. Be sure to catch them! This […]

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Firefly Music Festival boasts stacked lineup including a resurrection of Kings of Leon

Judging by its almost unfairly stacked lineup, summer 2016 should see quite a turnout for the Woodlands of Dover, DE, as fans flock to attend the fifth year of the Firefly Music Festival. With a group of headliners that include Mumford and Sons, Florence + the Machine, deadmau5, Tame Impala, A$AP Rocky, Chvrches, Disclosure, and […]

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