Live Concerts

Prettiest Eyes at Zebulon
Ty Segall and Prettiest Eyes join CFM at final night of Zebulon Residency

Zebulon has been hosting rockers CFM all month and this past Monday included some very special surprise guests. Those in the know, which were way fewer than one might imagine, were treated to the first guest friend of the band Ty Segall who performed a beautifully fun DJ set. Segall took the stage bundled in […]

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Local Natives at the Hollywood Palladium
Local Natives close out Spiral Choir Tour with epic hometown show at Hollywood Palladium, supported by Middle Kids

Holy shit. Saturday night had it going on at the Hollywood Palladium. Indie rockers, Local Natives made their final stop along their “Spiral Choir Tour” in support of their successful fourth record Violet Street. Released in April – the new music has left us even more enamored by the five-piece than before. Local Natives tour […]

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Groovy Rock Goddess, Chazzy L., Brings The Party To Club TeeGee, Celebrating Her Newest Single, ‘Floating’

“If I was a stripper, and let me tell you…this would be my opening song” – Chazzy L.

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blink 182
Blink-182 plays “Enema of the State” in full at secret USC show

Blink-182 is about to take Enema of the State on a 20th anniversary tour across North America. They opened their dress rehearsal at USC’s Galen Center to friends and family this past Thursday and played through their set list for the first time with full lights, pyro and special effects. It’s hard to know where […]

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Hozier at Hollywood Forever
Hozier brings ‘Wasteland, Baby!’ in spectacular perfection to the Hollywood Forever Cemetery

This past Tuesday was legendary! Hozier finally got the chance to perform at Hollywood Forever after literally being blown out by winds. This past April Hozier was scheduled to perform a sold-out show at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. It was a beautiful but windy day and when I picked up photo-pass the list blew out […]

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Brass Box at The Echo
Brass Box Enchant The Echo at Night Three of June Residency, joined by Crook and Dol Ikara

The Echo’s free Monday night residency features Brass Box this June. Brass Box is music for goth mermaids. It is somber, dark, and muffled. Their sound slips into the depths, sinking like a treasure chest thrown into the sea, shimmery and heavy. This past Monday at The Echo, Brass Box played under the cover of […]

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Pile Brings Raw Grit To The Bootleg Theater Stage

Last Thursday’s show at the Bootleg slowly crescendoed into an explosion. The first of the three acts was L.A. based and Non Plus Ultra mainstays Clear Capsule, whose debut EP Windowless Spaces came out early last year. After their set, Kentucky-based country punks State Champion performed pickings from their December release Send Flowers — incorporating […]

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Chromeo at the Hollywood Bowl
Chromeo and Toro y Moi drops all the delicious sonic grooves at Hollywood Bowl

Toro y Moi opened for Chromeo Sunday night at the Hollywood Bowl. It was the first night of KCRW’s 2019 World Festival. At its core, Toro y Moi is Chaz Bear (born as Chazwick Bradley Bundick), but he was joined on stage by a live band that included a bassisst, keys, percussion, and a conga […]

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The Longshot Teragram ballroom
All the greats (especially Green Day) get some shine at The Longshot’s Teragram Ballroom gig; Billie Joe Armstrong’s side piece

Green Day fans traveled from far and wide to line up hours before the doors opened at the Teragram Ballroom in order to get a good spot to see Billie Joe Armstrong and his side project, The Longshot. The Longshot is part Green Day with touring guitarist Jeff Matilda joining Armstrong on bass and part […]

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Little Simz
Little Simz excites a sold-out crowd with her feisty, firey flows at The Echo

The tiny, disco-ball-flickered stage was packed with instruments, cables weaving intricate webs between piles of amps and stands and rigs. I didn’t envy the untangling the sound guys would have to do later. April + VISTA took their places behind their respective instruments. April George’s ethereal crooning bloomed, filling the space. She delivered a beautifully […]

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