Live Concerts

Rex Orange County
Rex Orange County croons and swoons at Fonda Theatre

Alexander O’Conner, better known as Rex Orange County, does it all: sings, song-writes, produces, and plays just about every instrument imaginable. And he’s not even old enough to drink (legally) in the states. But what else would you expect from a monotone crooner groomed at the same British performing arts school that produced the likes […]

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Janelle Monae at Outside Lands day three by Steven Ward
Outside Lands 2018 ends with a clash of rock-pop wonder

Even for the most seasoned festival attendee, by the end of the second night of any festival there comes this tugging temptation for rest and relaxation that you feel in your legs (and for many, your liver too). For those who attend Outside Lands, the hills of Golden Gate Park and the surrounding area add […]

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Florence and the Machine at Outside Lands day one by Steven Ward
Florence and the Machine wring out evey drop of wonder onto Outside Lands day two

The most obvious difference between the first and second day of Outside Lands was just how spread out the acts were on the latter. The festival prices itself on not having any time conflicts but Saturday saw breaks between sets that actually allowed fans to explore some of the event’s other offerings. Whether it was […]

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SLUGS
SLUGS are THEE Must-See LA Residency of the month, catch them at The Echo

This past Monday kicked off SLUGS’ August residency at The Echo. Joining them, was surprise opener and mega SLUGS fan, Lauren Ruth Ward. Ward played a stunningly beautiful solo acoustic set which she confessed more than once had her nerves jumbled. She brought friend and guitarist Steven John Taylor up for a few numbers and […]

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Weezer
Pixies, Weezer and Sleigh Bells slay the Forum with a spectacular triple

Although summer will inevitably come to an end sooner rather than later, Wednesday night served as a long lasting summer night in with three killer performances to remember. Rock ‘n Roll veterans, Weezer and Pixies joined forces to co-headline a Summer-long Tour, making a stop at none-other than the fabulous Forum. While English rock band The Wombats came along for the first part of […]

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Beach House
Beach House enchant fans at Hollywood Forever Cemetery

We’ve said it once and we’ll say it again: the ethereal concerts that are held at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery never cease to disappoint. This time around the guests of honor at the evening soirée amongst the tombstones was dream-pop duo Beach House—and a more perfect marriage of sound and atmosphere could never have been […]

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The Decemberists
The Decemberists and Whitney serenade under the stars with illuminating performances at the Greek

It was a beyond lovely Tuesday evening over at the Greek Theatre. Portland’s own Decemberists made an expected stop along their current world tour in Los Angeles. The wildly talented indie rockers are making the rounds in support of their latest record I’ll Be Your Girl, which released just this past March via Capitol Records. […]

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Danielle Gornbein |
Wolf Bay
A Village Comes Together for Wolf Bay at His Debut Single Release Party at the Moroccan

Sunday nights are typically used to rest up before work on Monday, but sometimes you’ll find a show worth losing sleep over. One such show took place at the Moroccan this past weekend, collecting donations for the Trevor Project and honoring Wolf Bay’s debut single, “Under the Moon,” which Grimy Goods premiered a few weeks […]

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Now, Now at the Troubadour
Now, Now make gracious return with sold-out LA show at Troubadour

Indie rock duo, Now, Now, sold out West Hollywood’s Troubadour this past Friday night. After releasing their third record Saved , they’re on a huge tour supporting the comeback tunes. Joining the team on tour was new friend Wens. This rising artist is one to watch! Feeling herself on her first ever tour at the young age of 19, […]

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In The Valley Below
In The Valley Below dazzle at Moroccan Lounge, Mikey Mike keeps it weird

The new single “Desperate Dance” from the once LA-based/now Grand Rapids-based band In The Valley Below is both a forward-thinking rock/pop anthem ready to rock the rest of the summer and an appropriate title for the move I’ve been doing since I last saw the band back in 2013 at SXSW. The band was just […]

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