Live Concerts

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Photos: Claire George celebrates debut album ‘The Land Beyond The Light’ at Junior High, joined by Jadeisdxpe

This past Saturday, Los Angeles-based music artist Claire George, celebrated the release of her illustrious debut album The Land Beyond The Light, out now via Cascine. The post-pandemic concert took place at the beloved, artistic haven known as Junior High — a non-profit 501(c)3 serving artists marginalized by cis-hetero patriarchy, capitalism, and white supremacy. The socially distanced and masked […]

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PHOTOS: Flying Lotus Performs at Secret Glass House Farms 420 Event

Held at a secret location in Los Angeles, and featuring LA’s very own Flying Lotus as the headline act, cannabis flower brand Glass House Farms held quite the 420 event. The concert was one of the first “post-pandemic” concerts to take place in Los Angeles and also included a live stream from those rollin’ at […]

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DRAMA makes it shine on a rainy day at The Echo

In Los Angeles, rain on a Sunday night may feel like the end of the world for its residents, but on this particular first Sunday of a new month, what better way to cure those Sunday night blues than with a dance party by none other than the rising nu-disco duo, DRAMA. With the recent […]

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Andy Shauf brings chill vibes to the Fonda Theatre in support of The Neon Skyline

This past Thursday, Andy Shauf brought his latest album The Neon Skyline to a packed show at the Fonda Theatre in Hollywood. The vibes were perfectly chill for a weeknight show and everyone in the room savored every second of the blissful expereince. Walking into the venue I was inundated by the number of denim […]

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Des Rocs lead a guitar rock hat-trick at the El Rey

The El Rey hosted a trio of guitar centric bands this past Tuesday. Matchstick Skeletons were first to take the stage and put on a no holds barred rock show. Everyone in the band left it all on the floor and the crowd ate it up. They were heavy and bluesy dipped in early nineties […]

Stonefield blaze trails at Zebulon before European tour

The Australian sisters Findlay, of Stonefield, are back in the states touring their way to Europe. It was only a year ago when we interviewed them while they played their residency at the Bootleg and hoped for this kind of tour. They have grown quite a loyal following of fans with their heavy Sabbath-psych rock. […]

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Object as Subject rejuvenate weary souls at the Hi Hat, Highland Park

The Hi Hat in Highland Park was filled with fierce female energy this past Thursday night. Object as Subject lead the full room through a primal rebirth. Their shows begin with Paris Hurley and Emilia “Pony Sweat” Richeson breathing huffs of air on the floor as if they are summoning the Earth’s energy from the […]

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Robert Glasper’s GRAMMYs Jam shimmers with special guests including jazz legend Herbie Hancock

It’s GRAMMY weekend in L.A. which means, wonderfully curated events full of talent currently in town. The very expected, Seventh Annual Robert Glasper’s GRAMMY Jam hosted by UPROXX at Teragram Ballroom was a reunion of brilliant musicians. The talented jazz pianist gathered a roster of friends bringing to the stage the energy of the sounds […]

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Brittany Howard brings sonic excellence to Hollywood Palladium

Brittany Howard recently put the Alabama Shakes on the shelf for a bit to focus on her solo work and the resulting album Jaime is astonishingly beautiful. This past Wednesday, Brittany Howard brought Jaime and a few other songs to the Hollywood Palladium for a compelling performance as part of the Citi Sound Vault showcase. […]

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American Barbershop in Echo Park Moonlights as DIY Concert Venue by Night feat. Speed of Light, Garbitch and more

Echo Park has been going through a transformation in the last few years and its seen some of its favorite venues change hands or disappear completely. However, there is one new DIY venue that has been making some noise. American Barbershop is, as its name implies, a barbershop by day, but once every other month […]