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18th Annual Eagle Rock Music Festival bursts with the soundtrack of Los Angeles

For its 18th year, Eagle Rock Music Festival brought free music to Los Angeles. Produced by the Center for the Arts Eagle Rock in partnership with Council Member Jose Huizar their motto “By Locals for Locals” was loud and clear bring emerging bands filled with freshness and diversity along with seasoned musicians that we never get tired of hearing. The afternoon […]

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The Flaming Lips at the Fox Theater Pomona shot by Danielle Gornbein
The Flaming Lips + Mac Demarco spread the love hard at Fox Theater Pomona 

The Fox Theater in Pomona got hit hard this past Monday night with the co-headlining tour of the Flaming Lips and Mac Demarco. The goofy and very eccentric charmer himself, Mac DeMarco got the crowd going on a matter of seconds with his casual demeanor. However, the demeanor only lasted as long as he wanted […]

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Young The Giant at the FivePoint Amphitheater by Steven Ward
Young the Giant bless new Irvine venue the FivePoint Amphitheater at its debut show

For the final show of their Home of the Strange tour, Young the Giant gave the first ever performance at the newly constructed Irvine venue the Five Point Amphitheater alongside Orange County natives Cold War Kids. An already stellar lineup made that much better by the amphitheater’s spacious layout–not to mention margarita vendors and delicious food […]

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St. Vincent at Paramount Studios shot by Danielle Gornbein
St. Vincent seduces fans at Red Bull Music Academy showcase

Fans flooded the Paramount Studios this past Saturday night for an evening they wouldn’t forget. As part of the month-long Red Bull Music Academy Festival, Miss Annie Clark was on site. The modern rock goddess held a multimedia performance in support of her upcoming release of fifth record, Masseduction, out October 13th. St. Vincent is the well-liked project of […]

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Queens of the Stone Age at Cal Jam -- Photo: ZB Images
Cal Jam ’17 becomes rock-‘n’-roll’s honorary capital for one day

Cal Jam ’17, the lovingly curated festival put on by Foo Fighters, made its debut in San Bernadino, CA this past weekend as it unleashed its wildly anticipated lineup of some of rock’s biggest ambassadors. It was a night of giants, with Dave Grohl and company closing out the night with the likes of Queens […]

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Gorillaz at the Forum -- Photo: Wes Marsala
Gorillaz End the World with a Lifetime of Anthems and an Army of Special Guests at the Forum

A “party for the end of the world” is what many-faced music legend Damon Albarn claimed he sought to illustrate for his fifth Gorillaz album Humanz—and not only did collaborator Pusha T remark at Albarn’s eerie hunch that Donald Trump would be elected before anyone in music thought it possible, but we also found out […]

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The Shins at the Greek Theatre by Steven Ward
The Shins infect Greek Theatre with their heartworms at Los Angeles show

A now forgotten list about ten delightful riffs in indie-rock once claimed that The Shins were not a very guitar-driven band. It was a benign comment that given the context and Wincing The Night Away-era in which it was written, wasn’t necessarily off the mark. But it has and always will fester rather neurotically in the […]

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Interpol at Los Angeles State Historic Park by Andrew Gomez
Interpol ‘Turn On the Bright Lights’ at L.A. State Historic Park

A wave of nostalgia struck Los Angeles music fans this weekend at the former FYF grounds in LA State Historic Park where Interpol performed their debut album Turn On the Bright Lights. The charming (and recently upgraded) venue brought back as many memories as the album being performed did. Fans are definitely expecting more shows […]

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Apocalyptica amaze fans at The Mayan with their cello symphony of metal

Cellos and heavy metal may sound a bit odd in the same sentence, but when you get to see it live under the masterful hands of Apocalyptica, it all makes sense. The Finnish four-cellos metal band rocked the Mayan Theater not only with their classical Metallica tributes but with loads of compositions of their own. Although there was […]

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The xx at The Forum by Andrew Gomez
The xx at exude pure sheen at sold-out Forum gig

This past Friday, London Indie-pop trio the xx drew a sold out show at The Forum in Inglewood for the final stretch of US tour dates of the I See You tour. The xx consist of vocalist-guitarist Romy Madley Croft, vocalist-bassist Oliver Sim and producer Jamie xx. After a melodic and soulful set from Seattle […]

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