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Just Like Heaven Fest lets fans bask in the afterglow of nostalgia-dripping bands, songs, and moments

Descending upon the Long Beach shoreline for what in retrospect feels like a cruelly brief moment, Just Like Heaven Fest was true to its name in delivering the sublime in blissful fashion into the ears of its attendees. Boasting all the benefits that have made mini-one-day festivals so vogue in recent years—from tight-lineups comprised of […]

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Nick Waterhouse at The Regent -- Photo: John Furth
Nick Waterhouse drops the classic vibes at The Regent, Ben Pirani opens with lively ensemble

Nick Waterhouse brought the classic vibes through his rhythm and blues to the Regent last Friday.  Ben Pirani started the night off with a happy five-man backing band. Rocking an orange shirt they played smoothly, rhythmic flowing songs. Ben played tambourine and maracas while the guitarist, xylophonist, and keyboardist sang supporting vocals.  It’s worth noting the nimble hand moves […]

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The National at the Orpheum Theatre shot by Danielle Gornbein
The National rock special performance at Orpheum Theatre Los Angeles joined by Feist, Phoebe Bridgers and more

It was a very beautiful Friday night over at the Orpheum Theatre in downtown Los Angeles. The beloved rock band, The National took over the evening for a very intimate and special event. As the last of five, unique shows, Los Angeles received the grand finale. With obviously high anticipation for this one-of-a-kind show, you […]

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Leikeli47 | Photo Farah Sosa
Leikeli47 fires up the crowd with words of empowerment at The Roxy

If you are into empowered women, strong bold lyrics, self-power and hip hop Leikeli47 is for you. Her sold-out show at The Roxy was full of intensity from the moment she stepped on the stage. Normalizing all kinds of beauty has been in her content and it drove the crowd wild raising their hands up […]

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Bikini Kill at The Hollywood Palladium- Photo By ZB Images
The Revolution Reunited: Bikini Kill rattle the Hollywood Palladium with pure positivity and love

The day Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed to the Supreme Court, I did something I hadn’t done in a long time. I blasted Bikini Kill’s “Resist Psychic Death” on repeat to combat the overwhelmingly sharp pain that periodically breaks through the numbing despair of our post-Obama news cycle. Driving down Silver Lake Boulevard screaming at the […]

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Parcels at the Fonda Theatre
Parcels groove the Fonda Theatre with non-stop party vibes

Thursday night was one hell of a disco over at the Fonda Theatre in Hollywood. The up and coming five-piece Australians, Parcels sold the place out for a side gig prior to their second weekend at Coachella. Another show in part with Goldenvoice, the Berlin-based band made the place their own instantly. The crowd went […]

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Soccer Mommy at the El Rey shot by Danielle Gornbein
Hop Along, Soccer Mommy and Las Robertas get Coachella-ready at El Rey

Emotions ran free down at the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles for two of the past year’s most popular female-fronted bands: Hop Along and Soccer Mommy. The co-headline gig is part of Goldenvoice’s anticipated slew of Coachella side shows in-and-around L.A. The excitement for the two headliners was high as fellow Coachella act, Las […]

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J.S. Ondara beautifully delivers his Tales of America at sold-out Los Angeles gig at Moroccan Lounge

The Moroccan Lounge is not even two years old, yet it has hosted pretty epic shows that satisfy your music quest. J.S. Ondara, currently on tour promoting his album Tales of America, was no exception. This is the first time that I experience an African folk music singer-songwriter. J.S. Ondara has a soothing hypnotizing voice. […]

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José González with The String Theory at The Los Angeles Theater
José González and The String Theory add to the Splendor of the Los Angeles Theater

José González just completed his first ever extended tour of North America with The String Theory, an experimental European chamber orchestra. Like many creative art projects, The String Theory started off as an idea by a small group of creatives, and has now grown to include a large collective working with a bunch of collaborators. […]

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Donna Missal
Donna Missal Empowers and Inspires with incredible performance at El Rey

Donna Missal‘s prom-themed “This Year” tour held its second to last night at the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles this past Friday. The crowd was an enthusiastic smattering of hip high schoolers and retired Death Cab fans seeking a modern muse. Opening up for Donna Missal at the El Rey was Samia. She is […]

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