Live Concerts

City and Colour
City and Colour create an intimate space with warm performance at Theatre At Ace Hotel

The Theatre at Ace Hotel sold out on Wednesday night for a truly beautiful show. Dallas Green of City And Colour was in town to play a solo gig at none other than the gorgeous theatre. Fans packed in and took their seats with whiskey in one hand and wine in the other. Casually walking […]

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Danielle Gornbein |
kills birds at desert daze
Wu-Tang Clan, Jonathan Bree, Kills Birds and more deliver stand-out performances at Desert Daze 2019

This past weekend Desert Daze returned to Lake Perris for the second time since its move from Joshua Tree. In the opening ceremonies Ian Svenonious joked that despite its name, the festival does not take place in the desert. The location is not all that has changed as the festival has, year after year, strayed […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Dear Boy Teragram
Dear Boy aka LA’s best kept secret light’s up the Teragram Ballroom

I’ve been singing the praises of LA’s Dear Boy since the release of their first EP back in 2013, and it’s been a real treat to see how much they’ve shaped and refined their sound since then. With a few smashing singles under their belt and a new EP out this year, The Strawberry EP, […]

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David Fisch |
Kokoko | Photo by Farah Sosa
KOKOKO! fill The Echo with their succulent Congolese rhythms and eco-beats

The Congolese band KOKOKO! has been making the rounds lately. This time, they landed at The Echo early in the week. The intensity of their performance was not for your regular Tuesday night as their uplifting energy left no time for standing on the dance floor. The rumor in the audience was that they made […]

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idles at wiltern
IDLES and Surfbort bring a Wildly Empowering Night to the Wiltern

The Wiltern is usually a relatively chill place to see a show in my experience. The pit is separated from the rest of the room by a ramp that the photographers are allowed to use for photography. It generally serves for a pretty intense barrier. That was NOT the case last night when IDLES and […]

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REignwolf
Reignwolf pleasurably thrash the Fonda along with LA Witch and Irontom

Jordan Cook of Reignwolf can play guitar with one hand tied behind his back. During most of their set Friday night at the Fonda Theatre, his guitar dangled from his left hand with strap swinging behind like a tiger tail as he magically played dirty blues riffs while crooning into a mic held by his […]

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Cigarettes After Sex at The Wiltern - Photo: Kirby Gladstein
Cigarettes After Sex Seduce Sold Out Crowd at The Wiltern

Cigarettes After Sex serenaded and seduced fans at the Wiltern Thursday night. The sultry, ambient pop band originally from El Paso, Texas are just beginning their headlining tour supporting Cry, set for release October 25. If you missed their sold out LA show, they’ve got dates all over the globe through early April. The evening […]

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Kirby Gladstein |
Vampire Weekend bring Harmony Hall and all the hits to Hollywood Bowl show

“And the stone walls of Harmony Hall bear witness.” So sings Ezra Koenig to an amphitheater of over seventeen-thousand faces, the words resounding off the stone floors of the Hollywood Bowl through the chilled air. And the lines of “Harmony Hall,” beyond its disillusionment with what should be considered sacred and righteous, carried an elusive […]

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Steven Ward |
Banks at Hollywood Palladium
BANKS captivates Hollywood Palladium with spellbinding performance

BANKS was absolutely mesmerizing at her sold out show at the Hollywood Palladium. Kevin Garett opened the night with his soulful piano. He played a nice blend of songs off his latest album Hoax and his earlier EPs. It felt fitting that his soft and heartfelt music would welcome in the crowd and ease them […]

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cataldo
Cataldo Softly Rocks the Morrocan Lounge

Bringing sounds from the Pacific Northwest, singer/songwriter Eric Anderson and his Seattle based band Cataldo, softly rocked an attentive crowd Monday night at the Morrocan Lounge. The rustic and cozy venue rummanated with Anderson’s unique strain of happy/sad pop music along with the nostalgic musings of opening band, Plastic Picnics, whose vibe one fan described […]

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Patricia Sanchez |
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