Live Concerts

A Place To Bury Strangers
A Place To Bury Strangers rip and roar through The Regent, SEXTILE and Prettiest Eyes support

A Place To Bury Strangers — Photo: ZB Images Saturday night A Place To Bury Strangers along with SEXTILE and Prettiest Eyes packed The Regent in downtown LA. Prettiest Eyes an electro punk/space LA band warmed everyone up with bassist/cowboy Marcos Rodriguez’s undulating hips and riffs, while keyboardist Paco Cassanova hid mysteriously behind his locks […]

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Yo La Tengo at Teragram Ballroom -- Photo: Kiby Gladstein
Yo La Tengo continue to impress fans with stellar performance at Teragram Ballroom

At first glance of the extensive assemblage of instruments on stage, one might assume indie rock trio Yo La Tengo is actually an octet. Prior to the show, murmurs among the crowd indicated many fans were attending both evenings of their two night stay at the Teragram Ballroom, solidifying LA’s contingent of the die hard, […]

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Speedy Ortiz at The Echo by Steven Ward
Speedy Ortiz overtakes The Echo with blistering bombast

The Echo played host to a flurry of female-fronted badassery ignited by indie-rock darlings Speedy Ortiz‘s stop there late Friday night. The band, led by Sadie Dupuis, let loose wave after wave of face-melting guitar work throughout their set, drawing from their recently released third album Twerp Verse. Hailing from the grungy, unpolished realms of indie-rock that […]

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King tuff live photos
King Tuff and Cut Worms end their spring tour with a bang at Teragram Ballroom

“Are you filled with joy?” asks Kyle Thomas, also known as King Tuff. Crowds were restless at the Teragram Ballroom last Thursday night, buzzing for the polished rock acts of the night. SASAMI, formerly of Cherry Glazerr, opened up the night, with retro outfit Cut Worms filling in the middle slot. By the time King […]

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Dr. Dog live photos
Dr. Dog bring a shining Critical Equation to The Theatre at Ace, Downtown Los Angeles

This past Tuesday night shined with a magical show down at the Theatre at Ace Hotel in downtown Los Angeles. Philadelphia’s indie/psych-rock experimentalists, Dr. Dog made a stop along their current 42-date tour to be with us. The stage lights shined directly onto Dr. Dog’s drum head displaying the main imagery from their newest album. […]

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Lord Huron live photos
Lord Huron lead fans into the dreamy world of Vide Noir at Greek Theatre debut

Lord Huron were always destined to eventually play the Greek Theatre and on Saturday night, amongst the stars and trees that blanket the iconic Los Angeles hillside venue, the band made that scene a reality. Lead by Ben Schneider, the velvet-throated crooner with enviable hair, the band gave their sold-out crowd a night of rollicking, […]

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Boston Calling crowd shot
Khalid, Julien Baker keep fans warm at Boston Calling day three

Boston Calling day three was a cold one as fans alternated between seeking out hot food and huddling in front of the festival’s stages in an attempt to keep warm. Cutting winds and an endlessly dropping temperature wasn’t enough to dampen the spirits of those in attendance, however, as the day was filled with enough […]

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St. Vincent at Boston Calling by Steven Ward
Tyler the Creator, St. Vincent heat up Boston Calling day two

Boston Calling day two was the hottest day of the weekend and not just in terms of the weather. With fiery performances by hip-hop acts like Tyler the Creator and Brockhampton, as well as virulent rock clashings by Manchester Orchestra and Royal Blood, day two sought to outdo day one with the sheer brute force […]

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Paramore at Boston Calling by Steven Ward
Boston Calling day one dazzles away with Paramore, Perfume Genius, and more!

Boston Calling officially marked the beginning of festival season yesterday as it kicked-off day one of its fifth year to the sound of the alt-rock anthems that dominated its Friday lineup. While the event itself features an eclectic genre-pull of artists and bands, day one was an emphatic sucker-punch of blistering riffs and maniacal percussion antics […]

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Peter Hook and The Light
Peter Hook & The Light celebrate 500th show with Unknown Pleasures and Closer at Wiltern, Los Angeles

Peter Hook & the Light were formed by bassist, songwriter, and author Peter Hook to celebrate and play songs from his first two highly influential bands, Joy Division and New Order. Through the last eight years, the band has delighted audiences with epically long concerts delving into the material of both seminal bands. Occasionally, the […]

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