Live Concerts

Angel Olson, The El Rey Theater, photo By Wes Marsala
Angel Olsen seamlessly captivates with new songs at the El Rey Theatre

By 7pm, the line outside of the El Rey Theatre stretched down the block as fans of Angel Olsen waited for the doors to open. Olsen, in town playing Coachella with her band, scheduled a couple of solo shows in between. As the lights dimmed in the heavily crowded El Rey, Olsen took the stage […]

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Murder City Devils
Murder City Devils at Teragram Ballroom, nothing but smiles from front-to-back

Angelenos put on their dancing shoes this past Sunday in anticipation for hell they would raise with the Murder City Devils at Teragram Ballroom. After more than 2 decades of inciting marshall law on the dance floor, Murder City Devils haven’t wained in the energy they bring to the stage. They covered their bases and powered […]

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Haim at the Fox Theater by Steven Ward
Haim warm-up for Coachella appearance with a stop at the Fox Theater

Making a pit-stop at the Fox Theater in Pomona before their appearance at the weekend one installment of Coachella, sisterly trio Haim gave fans a cover to cover run-through of their sophomore album Something To Tell You. A love letter to the melodic, soft-rock of the early 00’s, the album’s songs bring an anthemic nature to […]

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Kali Uchis at The Novo by Steven Ward
Kali Uchis emerges out of her isolation for electrifying Novo show

At the center of Kali Uchis’ debut album Isolation is a very basic question about personal identity, one that seeks to reconcile the process of defining and preserving it with attempts to realize the dreams that tend to ignite it. While Uchis wrestles with this universal angst throughout the album, she puts forth a rather poignant […]

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Kate Nash
Kate Nash rocks the Fonda Hollywood with new songs and “support” from her Glow castmates

In case you haven’t noticed, Kate Nash has been busy lately. She’s been acting in different projects, most notably in the Netflix series Glow. Nash has also crowdfunded and made her new independent album Yesterday Was Forever. Her new tour of the same name touched down at the Fonda Theatre on Tuesday night. An eager […]

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Loma Gripped Audiences at the Bootleg, Supported by Jess Williamson

Spring is beginning to dawn on our seasonless city. It’s not the weather that leads me to this conclusion but rather the calendar of concerts around the city–April is always packed to the brim. Last night, the Bootleg hosted local songwriter, Jess Williamson, and the thoughtful trio Loma. After the rest of her band filed […]

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Stars Align for Young Galaxy’s Appearance at the Echo

Touring is the hardest part of the job, logistically, for Montreal’s Young Galaxy. The band is comprised of partners Catherine McCandless and Stephen Ramsay, and unofficially their two children. The band can’t take the kids when they travel cross-continent, so they are currently staying in British Columbia with a relative, dropped off just before the […]

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SadGirl
SadGirl, Peach Kelli Pop and Healing Gems light up the Teragram Ballroom

It has been really amazing seeing this band grow like the flowers they sport on their merch. Is that a horrible analogy? Probably. Clearly I am no writer. What I do know is that SadGirl has had their guitar pedals to the metal for the last year. Their show this past Sunday at Teragram Ballroom […]

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Matt and Kim at Hollywood Palladium shot by Danielle Gornbein
Fandemonium ensues at Matt and Kim’s awesome Hollywood Palladium gig

Wednesday night was a true party over at the Hollywood Palladium. The incredibly energetic duo Matt and Kim made a stop on their current tour! Getting the room warmed up were TWINKIDS and Cruisr. First up were TWINKIDS – the electro-pop project of pianist-producer Matt Young and Tokyo-native singer-songwriter Gene Fukui.  The LA-based duo proved to the audience […]

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makes it rain cries of joy at Moroccan Lounge
Yellow Days makes it rain cries of joy at Moroccan Lounge

Yellow Days is all the craze! Multi-instrumentalist George van den Broek, aka Yellow Days, is in Los Angeles for two sold-out nights at the intimate Moroccan Lounge. The very young music virtuoso (18 or 19 years of age) is exceedingly talented and has proven himself as a force to be reckoned with ever since the […]

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