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Stream Tame Impala’s new single “Cause I’m A Man” off new album Currents

Tame Impala have shared a brand new single titled “‘Cause I’m A Man.” It looks like the Australian psych rockers are getting a little more soul in their roll. On the new single we find the band going for a more sensual psychedelic soul vibe. At one point during the chorus, visions of Gary Wright’s […]

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The Best Concerts in Los Angeles featuring Foo Fighters, Rancid, of Montreal & more

It’s SXSW week! Even though this week’s show list has seen better days, there’s still some great bands coming through this week. From the three-day event MUSINK featuring Rancid and Bad Religion, to Trash Talk with together Pangea, of Montreal, Beardyman, Tijuana Panthers, and even the Foo Fighters — Los Angeles still bustles with the […]

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Recommended: Will Butler rises from Arcade Fire shadows with stellar solo debut ‘Policy’

Though he plays a complementary role in the massive success of his band the Arcade Fire, the younger Butler sibling steps out of the shadow of his older brother Win, to great things on his debut solo album Policy. While he plays keyboards and sometimes drummer for the world renowned band, he shows in his […]

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The Best Concerts in Los Angeles featuring Broods, Viet Cong, The Districts & more

It’s March and it looks like SXSW month is bringing a lot of great bands to Los Angeles. This week’s best concerts in Los Angeles feature a variety of genres such as indie soul artist Theophilus London, punk icon HR of Bad Brains, indie pop duo Broods, hip hop artist A$AP Ferg, folk singer, Brandi […]

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Will Butler of Arcade Fire to headline The Troubadour, shares new song

Everyone’s gotta branch out on their own and do their own thing at some point or another, even when you already have something great going on. Will Butler of Arcade Fire is going solo. The multi-instrumentalist and composer, best known for his high energy and spontaneity on stage with Arcade Fire is set to release […]

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Win Tickets to Milo Greene at the El Rey Theatre

After reviewing their sophomore album Control last month, Grimy Goods will now be giving away a pair of tickets to the Los Angeles band, Milo Greene! The band’s first album in 2012 had more of a folk feel to it, but with their second album release it seems they have successfully taken the path of producing […]

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San Fermin to headline The Troubadour in support of new album, Jack Rabbit

San Fermin are bringing their soulful indie rock back to Los Angeles with a newly announced concert date at The Troubadour on Tuesday, May 19th. The band recently brought their large stage energy to the El Rey Theatre where they opened up for Courtney Barnett as part of Red Bull’s #30DaysInLA. San Fermin’a last two […]

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Staff Picks: Grimy Goods Best Albums of 2014

Sandra Burciaga — Founder / Editor-In-Chief 1. Death From Above 1979 — The Physical World (Last Gang Records / Warner Bros Records) It wasn’t an easy feat to get Sebastien Granier and Jesse F. Keeler back together to perform again, let alone cut another album, but I am so glad that they did. This new album […]

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Death From Above 1979 melt the Regent Theater with a cataclysmic shock of bass and drums

Last night, amid sweat and steam, the new Regent Theater in Downtown Los Angeles saw its first sold-out show with the highly anticipated performance by Canadian masters of noise-punk, Death From Above 1979. Packed like sardines in a can, fans who had missed out on Death From Above’s one-off performance at the Troubadour this past […]

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The Best Concerts in Los Angeles – October 20 – 26, 2014

This week’s best concerts happening in and around Los Angeles include performances by P L a N E T S, who have their second to last FREE residency night at the Satellite. You will be amazed by their “Psych Rock Theater.” Some bigger shows include performances by Broken Bells, TV On The Radio, Alt-J, and […]

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