Live Concerts

Franz Ferdinand at the Regent shot by Danielle Gornbein
Franz Ferdinand make feverish return to Los Angeles with ace performance at The Regent

Downtown LA was dazzled by Scottish alt-rock band, Franz Ferdinand this past Monday night. Their first U.S. tour in nearly three years, the band were thrilled to take the stage in Los Angeles and give their adoring fans one helluva show! But before Franz Ferdinand took the crowd by storm, friends from Atlanta, Georgia, OMNI, got […]

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Danielle Gornbein |
Modest Mouse at the Fox Theater shot by Danielle Gornbein
Modest Mouse continue to amaze with thrilling performance at Fox Theater Pomona

Modest Mouse brought their big sound to the Fox Theater in Pomona this past Sunday night! Led by the wild and funny Isaac Brock, this ensemble proves that their spot in the music isn’t going anywhere. Since 1992, this group has shed light on the indie rock scene and they’ve no signs of slowing down their oddball creations. […]

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Danielle Gornbein |
Björk at Walt Disney Concert Hall -- Photo: Santiago Felipe
Björk shimmers and spellbinds with string orchestra at Walt Disney Concert Hall

Björk Provides All the Feels at Disney Hall Performance — OMG, indeed”   Last night’s Björk’s performance at the Walt Disney Concert Hall was absolutely mesmerizing to say the least. Without a doubt, it was the hottest ticket in town. As soon as the show was announced in early March, all of Los Angeles was […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Foster the People at the Observatory North Park by Steven Ward
Foster the People kick off return at the Observatory North Park

The last time Foster the People graced any stage in the country was back in 2015 at the inaugural debut of Kaaboo Del Mar just north of the San Diego coast, a long two years for even the most casual of fans. Taking to the stage at the Observatory North Park not far from the […]

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Kikagaku Moyo
All the way from Japan, Kikagaku Moyo dose Los Angeles with their “feel good” psych rock at the Echoplex

Kikagaku Moyo is a Japanese psychedelic band from Tokyo. They coin their sounds as feel good music and once you experience them, you understand why. On Monday night in Los Angeles, the Echoplex was filled with the curious and the lovers of these trippy sounds. Long hair, electric guitars, drums, tambourine and even a sitar were […]

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DIIV at The Regent -- Photo: Andrew Gomez
DIIV rips through incredible set at Regent with support from The Paranoyds and Tishaki Miyaki

LA based trio Tishaki Miyaki opened up for DIIV this past Sunday night at The Regent and got things rolling at a leisurely pace. With Lucy Miyaki on vocals and drums, backed by Rocky Tashaki and Dora Miller on guitar and bass, the trio combines jangle pop with fuzzy female vocals at a sedate and […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
U2 at the Rose Bowl -- Photo by Wes Marsala
In The Name of Love — U2 bring together Los Angeles fans for inspiring performance at Rose Bowl

U2 came out to Los Angeles and rocked the Rose Bowl, playing their 1987 album Joshua Tree in full. From the moment you walked into the venue you knew you were going to be in for something spectacular, You were greeted by a huge 8K resolution, 200 ft x 45 ft cinematic screen made up […]

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Wes Marsala |
The Wild Reeds at the Teragram Ballroom shot by Danielle Gornbein
The Wild Reeds smash homecoming show at Teragram Ballroom

The intimate Teragram Ballroom in downtown Los Angeles hosted a beautiful night of music this past Saturday evening. Los Angeles’, The Wild Reeds were home. The lovely ladies made way on stage for the evening. And what an evening it was. After many dates on tour in support of their latest release and sophomore album, The […]

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Danielle Gornbein |
The Flaming Lips at the Ace Theater shot by Danielle Gornbein
The Flaming Lips bring out unicorns, hampster balls, and all those dazzling bells and whistles to Theatre at Ace, Los Angeles

It was quite the evening at The Theatre at Ace in Downtown Los Angeles this past Tuesday. Happy people piled in the historic venue to see one of the most entertaining acts of our time — The Flaming Lips. Kicking the night off was Klangstof. All the way from Norway, this band shone their pretty […]

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Danielle Gornbein |
vōx at Pico Union
vōx envelopes the Pico-Union Project with illuminating performance

Music is meant to be performed at places of worship. The acoustics in spiritual spaces are designed to maximize the power of prayer through song; the effect can send shivers down the spine of even a crude atheist such as myself. This past Saturday, the Pico-Union Project synagogue played host to some of LA’s most […]

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