Brass Box at The Echo
Brass Box Enchant The Echo at Night Three of June Residency, joined by Crook and Dol Ikara

The Echo’s free Monday night residency features Brass Box this June. Brass Box is music for goth mermaids. It is somber, dark, and muffled. Their sound slips into the depths, sinking like a treasure chest thrown into the sea, shimmery and heavy. This past Monday at The Echo, Brass Box played under the cover of […]

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The Longshot Teragram ballroom
All the greats (especially Green Day) get some shine at The Longshot’s Teragram Ballroom gig; Billie Joe Armstrong’s side piece

Green Day fans traveled from far and wide to line up hours before the doors opened at the Teragram Ballroom in order to get a good spot to see Billie Joe Armstrong and his side project, The Longshot. The Longshot is part Green Day with touring guitarist Jeff Matilda joining Armstrong on bass and part […]

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Cherry Glazerr at Figat7th
FIGFEST Kicked off their annual free summer concerts with a packed opening night feat. Cherry Glazerr and Liily

This past Friday, Figat7th was the place to be! The shopping center’s annual free summer concerts series, FIGFEST kicked off with two fiery performances by LA’s very own Cherry Glazerr, and raucous up-and-comers Liily. Liily The first night of FIGFEST at Figat7th got started with Liily. They may be all but in their late teens, […]

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yip pops band
Yip Yops take that stage as two at The Satellite, and still light shit up

Thursday night was a fun combo of favorites at The Satellite. The Yip Yops appeared in their new slimmed down version. Ison Van Winkle and Ross Murakami have gone out on their own Murakami on drums and manning a laptop and backing vocals while lead singer Ison switches between synth and guitar. The duo has […]

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The Stiches at Echoplex -- Photo by ZB Images
Friday Night Left the Echoplex in Stitches

Friday night was a solid four-band line up at the Echoplex. Opening the night were The Brutalists, a bit of LA Guns with a smidge of Quireboys with some dirty post punk and a dash of ska. Next up were LA natives, Cheap Tissue, who turned up the energy and made the transition to total […]

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Object as Subject at The Satellite
Object as Subject give ferocious and liberating performance at The Satellite

That ol’ patriarchy got ya down? Is it making you want to tear your hair out and your skin crawl? Is it burning a hole through your chest with fiery rage? You my friend are not alone and if you need to vent then you must make it to an Object as Subject show. Paris […]

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Glitter Wizard at The Factory
Glam Punks Glitter Wizard Conjure Chaos and Doom at The Factory

When invited to a show put on by a fella named Shitshow your curiosity should demand that you attend because it’s likely going to be noteworthy. When that fella also is known for his live music photography you can be assured it’s been well vetted. Saturday night at The Factory, a punk d.i.y. warehouse venue, […]

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chaos chaos band
Chaos Chaos celebrate new single at The Hi Hat

With a name like Chaos Chaos one might expect more chaos. The LA-based duo performed at The Hi Hat this past Friday night. Chaos Chaos is made up of features sisters Asya Saavedra on keys and drummer Chloe Saavedra who have spent a lifetime being at the right place at the right time which led […]

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L7 at The Monty Bar Photo by ZB Images
L7 shred the tiny Monty Bar in Los Angeles for a record release show full of blissful fury — ‘Scatter the Rats’ indeed

There has been a trend in the Los Angeles music scene of bands and festivals finally including more women in their line ups. In fact it’s almost unusual now to see a band with nothing but dudes. The women in these bands only had a handful of female-fronted acts to look up to when they […]

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Bikini Kill at The Hollywood Palladium- Photo By ZB Images
The Revolution Reunited: Bikini Kill rattle the Hollywood Palladium with pure positivity and love

The day Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed to the Supreme Court, I did something I hadn’t done in a long time. I blasted Bikini Kill’s “Resist Psychic Death” on repeat to combat the overwhelmingly sharp pain that periodically breaks through the numbing despair of our post-Obama news cycle. Driving down Silver Lake Boulevard screaming at the […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |