Live Concerts

St. Vincent
St. Vincent Returns to Rockstar Status at Filmed Hollywood Palladium Show

You’ve probably heard a lot about St. Vincent recently. Only a few weeks ago, she gave an intimate and surprisingly stripped back show at the Belasco Theater. That show turned out to be a preview for her new EP, MassEducation, comprised of piano renditions of her own material. On first glance, that’s quite a leap […]

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Zoe Elaine |
Black Moth Super Rainbow
Panic Blooms at Black Moth Super Rainbow’s second night at Lodge Room, Highland Park

Black Moth Super Rainbow made a second appearance at Lodge Room Highland Park Saturday night after selling out their Friday show. Supporting their May release, Panic Blooms, the Pennsylvanian act – singer Tobacco, synth players The Seven Fields of Aphelion and Pony Diver, bassist Steve SLV, and drummer Iffernaut – drew a crowd as eclectic […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Wild Nothing at the Regent
Wild Nothing’s Return to the Stage at the Regent was a Riotous Celebration

Even for a Friday night, on October 27th the Regent buzzed with heavy anticipation. The venue filled quickly as the show started, which bottlenecked the entrance and caused a line that stretched well past the cafe next door. Fans of Wild Nothing and Men I Trust sold out the show about a month ahead of […]

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Zoe Elaine |
Florence + The Machine
Florence + The Machine invigorates the soul with intimate performance at iHeartRadio Theater LA

Florence + The Machine — Photo: Steven Ward “You wouldn’t think I was a shy person but I am. I just get totally terrified.” It’s hard to believe that these words sheepishly escaped from the lips of Florence Welch, the same woman who commanded the attention of every single person at two back-to-back shows at […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Slash with Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators at Hollywood Palladium
Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators tear up the Hollywood Palladium

Hard rock fans were in for a treat on Tuesday night at the Hollywood Palladium. Guitar legend Slash has been teaming up with singer/songwriter Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators. The project had been on an unexpected hold when estranged Guns N Roses band mate Axel Rose called Slash after not speaking for 20 years and […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Spiritualized Orpheum Theatre
Spiritualized brings grandiose space rock to the Orpheum Theatre Los Angeles

Touring their latest release in six years, And Nothing Hurt, Spiritualized brought grandiose space rock to the Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles Wednesday night. The sold out show set to begin at 8 was pushed to 8:30 due to the immense volume of empty seats. As more people arrived, the civility of the patrons was […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Dream Wife shout their call-to-arms to stomp the patriarchy at Echo Los Angeles performance

Dream Wife at The Echo — Photos: ZB Images A bunch of bad bitches took over The Echo Wednesday night. With the evening headlined by the highly anticipated European imports, Dream Wife.  British-Icelandic power punk and gender non-conforming trio, made some noise in LA. Supported by Russo and Aquadolls, it was an eventful evening full […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Spare Parts for Broken Hearts at The Satellite
Spare Parts for Broken Hearts blast our brains to “Mush” at night one of Satellite Residency

Spare Parts for Broken Hearts kicked of their Satellite residency this past Monday with a badass rock show full of thrashing drums and riveting guitars. The Los Angeles-based rockers performed with supporting acts Melted Bodies, SP/BH and Taleen Kali with DJ sets by KNGWMN. It was a ripping’ show and Spare Part for Broken Hearts […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Lily Allen at the Fonda Theatre
Lily Allen bares all at Fonda Theatre in support of No Shame tour

English pop princess, Lily Allen graced the Fonda Theatre Monday night. After a four-year hiatus, she is back and better than ever in support of her forth record, No Shame, which just released this June via Parlophone. A very diverse crowd of fans flooded the iconic Fonda to see the awaited performance. Allen has been […]

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Danielle Gornbein |
Shirley Manson summons the rain at Cal Jam 18, Foo Fighters bring back Nirvana and Iggy Pop proves to be immortal

Dave Grohl chose a pleasantly cool and loudy day for his second annual Cal Jam Fest. Taking place at the the Glen Helen Amphitheater in San Bernardino, Cal Jam Fest 18 featured some rock legends and jaw-dropping surprises. Here are some first impressions (notes) from our photographer Kim Zsebe’s (aka ZB Images) perspective. Thunder Pussy: […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
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