Photo Galleries

Father John Misty at Hollywood Bowl
Father John Misty brings ‘God’s Favorite Customer’ to the Hollywood Bowl

As part of KCRW’s World Festival and kicking off their 2018 World Tour, Father John Misty played at the Hollywood Bowl Sunday night. Josh Tillman – the much-discussed singer/songwriter of the rock band – brought the sounds of his short (the album comes in at under 40 minutes), but melancholily-sweet new release, God’s Favorite Customer, […]

More
Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
arroyo seco weekend photos 2018
Arroyo Seco Weekend day two finale solidifies it as SoCal’s premiere family festival

On its second and final day, Arroyo Seco Weekend was blanketed quite literally by fields upon fields of families setting up areas on the green from which to watch the day’s performers. With the two main stages placed relatively close from one another, there was an area between them that was perfect for fans to […]

More
Steven Ward |
Arroyo Seco Weekend returns for second year with a delightful mash-up of rock, soul, and ska

When Arroyo Seco Weekend debuted last year with its stellar lineup, excellent food and alcohol options, and soothing Pasadena locale, it proved that a festival could offer the family-friendly environment of a picnic at the park on a large scale. Returning for its second year on the green that surrounds the Rose Bowl Stadium, day one […]

More
Steven Ward |
Nightmares on Wax drop all the good bleep and bass at the Fonda Hollywood

Nightmares on Wax, one of the pioneers of the British bleep and bass era recently released new music and came to share it with Los Angeles at the Fonda Theatre.  George Evelyn, the main man behind N.O.W. has blended live instrumentation, beats and vocals on his latest production “Shape The Future” giving it a fresh twist. […]

More
FarahSosa |
Nortec Collective
Levitt Pavilion Los Angeles Opens their free summer concerts with Nortec Collective

One of the official summertime signs in Los Angeles is when multiple free concerts with all sorts of influences start popping up.  This last weekend, Levitt Los Angeles started their 50 Free Concerts for the summer with a massive audience of about 1500 hundred people in attendance. Levitt LA was not shy to start the […]

More
FarahSosa |
A Place To Bury Strangers
A Place To Bury Strangers rip and roar through The Regent, SEXTILE and Prettiest Eyes support

A Place To Bury Strangers — Photo: ZB Images Saturday night A Place To Bury Strangers along with SEXTILE and Prettiest Eyes packed The Regent in downtown LA. Prettiest Eyes an electro punk/space LA band warmed everyone up with bassist/cowboy Marcos Rodriguez’s undulating hips and riffs, while keyboardist Paco Cassanova hid mysteriously behind his locks […]

More
Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Yo La Tengo at Teragram Ballroom -- Photo: Kiby Gladstein
Yo La Tengo continue to impress fans with stellar performance at Teragram Ballroom

At first glance of the extensive assemblage of instruments on stage, one might assume indie rock trio Yo La Tengo is actually an octet. Prior to the show, murmurs among the crowd indicated many fans were attending both evenings of their two night stay at the Teragram Ballroom, solidifying LA’s contingent of the die hard, […]

More
Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Speedy Ortiz at The Echo by Steven Ward
Speedy Ortiz overtakes The Echo with blistering bombast

The Echo played host to a flurry of female-fronted badassery ignited by indie-rock darlings Speedy Ortiz‘s stop there late Friday night. The band, led by Sadie Dupuis, let loose wave after wave of face-melting guitar work throughout their set, drawing from their recently released third album Twerp Verse. Hailing from the grungy, unpolished realms of indie-rock that […]

More
Steven Ward |
King tuff live photos
King Tuff and Cut Worms end their spring tour with a bang at Teragram Ballroom

“Are you filled with joy?” asks Kyle Thomas, also known as King Tuff. Crowds were restless at the Teragram Ballroom last Thursday night, buzzing for the polished rock acts of the night. SASAMI, formerly of Cherry Glazerr, opened up the night, with retro outfit Cut Worms filling in the middle slot. By the time King […]

More
Zoe Elaine |
Dr. Dog live photos
Dr. Dog bring a shining Critical Equation to The Theatre at Ace, Downtown Los Angeles

This past Tuesday night shined with a magical show down at the Theatre at Ace Hotel in downtown Los Angeles. Philadelphia’s indie/psych-rock experimentalists, Dr. Dog made a stop along their current 42-date tour to be with us. The stage lights shined directly onto Dr. Dog’s drum head displaying the main imagery from their newest album. […]

More
Danielle Gornbein |
Page 10 of 222« First...89101112...203040...Last »