Live Concerts

FYF Fest 2017 Little Dragon by Andrew Gomez
Photos: FYF Fest wraps unforgettable 3-day festival with Ty Segall, Little Dragon, Mura Masa and more

After some awesome warm up sets from Cherry Glazerr, Julia Jacklin, Whitney and Chicano Batman, things really started to heat up over at the Lawn stage where Ty Segall’s set took place. Ty slashed out the primal, gut-rumbling riffs starting a relentless mosh pit. While Ty was melting faces, the Club stage had Chicago rapper […]

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FYF FEST 2017 A Tribe Called Quest by Andrew Gomez
Photos: FYF Fest Saturday with Princess Nokia, King Krule, A Tribe Called Quest, The Drums, Frank Ocean

The early birds on Saturday at FYF FEST were in for a treat with Jonathan Richman and Seun Kuti & Egypt 80 opening the Club and Lawn Stage. Jonathan Richman set the good vibes under the shade at The Club stage with his theatric and comedic set. Meanwhile at the Lawn, thirteen musicians were crammed […]

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Missy Elliott at FYF 2017 by Steven Ward
Björk descends on FYF and Missy Elliott gets her freak on with day one’s femme-duo headliners

Returning for its second year to Exposition Park and the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, day one of FYF might’ve been a hot one but the night’s lineup of acts was just as sizzling as the pavement. Despite a few rough time conflicts and having to once again tough it out with having to walk around […]

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Budland wraps exclusive two-day festival with A$AP Rocky, Schoolboy Q, Tyler the Creator and more

This past weekend Budweiser kicked off a festival called ‘Budland’ in celebration of their new California bottle’s alongside LA’s music, fashion, and food scene. To read how Day 1 of the festival went down click here. Day 2 of Budland was different than the first. This time around Budweiser put boutiques up and had a […]

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Ty Dolla $ign gets Budland Day 1 lit with surprise performance

On Friday July 14th Budweiser kicked off the weekend with their new two day festival called Budland to celebrate the launch of their new California bottle’s alongside LA’s music, fashion and food scene. To start off the day rising star and Compton native Buddy went up first. Buddy recently released an EP with Kaytranda called […]

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Lobster Fest brings family-fun and hip performances to Port of Los Angeles

The Port of Los Angeles Lobster Festival has been a tradition since 1999 and although the price of those savory crustaceans might’ve been much more palatable back then, the city’s appetite for them has if anything only grown with each year. Taking place next to the USS Iowa, the Lobster Festival might not be as […]

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Blondie at Santa Barbara Bowl -- Photo by Steven Ward for GrimyGoods.com
One way or another, Blondie rocks on at Santa Barbara Bowl

There’s always a measured air of uncertainty whenever you go see a band or artist that’s been active for over four decades–and just so you don’t think this is an example of ageism by another millennial, this point was driven home to me by a middle-aged woman I met at a festival who went into […]

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She-Devils at El Rey by Andrew Gomez
Beach Fossils, Ablebody and She-Devils bring their unique styles to the El Rey with memorable performances

  It was Brooklyn based indie rock band Beach Fossils long awaited return last night at El Rey Theatre showcasing new material from their album Somersault. Opening for Beach Fossils was LA based Ablebody putting on a smooth and up-beat dream pop showcase. Montreal based duo She-Devils also opened and created a gloomy vibe with […]

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Bloody Death Skull at The Echo by Andrew Gomez
Bloody Death Skull kick off night one of Echo residency with French Vanilla and Cutty Flam

L.A. based Bloody Death Skull, fronted by Daiana Feuer, put on a bubbly “Ocean” themed set at The Echo on Monday night. Kicking off night one of their July residency at The Echo, Bloody Death Skull was joined by French Vanilla and Cutty Flam. In their usual fashion, Bloody Death Skull performed in absurd outfits tiptoeing […]

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Geneva Jacuzzi at The Broad -- Photo: Jason Lindley
Honoring an Icon: Broad Summer Happenings Pays Tribute to Nico with Performances by Jenny Hval, Geneva Jacuzzi and more

If you’ve not yet been to the Broad downtown, consider a visit this summer at an installment of the aptly titled Summer Happenings at the Broad. The museum currently features a number of notable exhibits, including Jeff Koons with those picturesque tulips and Michael Jackson and Bubbles; several pieces by Roy Lichtenstein; and of course […]

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