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Best Coast at Summer on 7th Inner-City Arts
Inner-City Arts’ Summer on 7th bustles with joy with performances by Best Coast and Shannon and The Clams

Inner-City Arts opened their campus for a fundraiser on Saturday night. Summer on 7th promised a musical lineup that brought a crowd of a thousand people to their rooftop show, but there was plenty to take in before the music began. The attendees milled around the classrooms and art spaces with opportunities to view art projects […]

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yip pops band
Yip Yops take that stage as two at The Satellite, and still light shit up

Thursday night was a fun combo of favorites at The Satellite. The Yip Yops appeared in their new slimmed down version. Ison Van Winkle and Ross Murakami have gone out on their own Murakami on drums and manning a laptop and backing vocals while lead singer Ison switches between synth and guitar. The duo has […]

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Broken Social Scene at The Fonda
Broken Social Scene consume fans at Fonda Theatre

The first of three nights in Los Angeles, Broken Social Scene consumed patrons of the Fonda Theatre with their grand orchestrations. Wednesday’s iteration of the amorphous Canadian musical collective featured various makeups of eleven musicians. Twenty years deep in the game, their unfaltering live performance was evidence these guys don’t show any signs of slowing […]

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Mattiel at The Echo
Mattiel lights up The Echo with her sun-baked rock

LA’s rock loving scene, converged at the Echo this past Tuesday to catch a rad performance by Atlanta based Mattiel ahead of the release of her new album Satis Factory. Raven Artson started the evening up, playing to a thin crowed that grew steadily. Moonwalks was up next. With almost 700 monthly listeners on Spotify, […]

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The Stiches at Echoplex -- Photo by ZB Images
Friday Night Left the Echoplex in Stitches

Friday night was a solid four-band line up at the Echoplex. Opening the night were The Brutalists, a bit of LA Guns with a smidge of Quireboys with some dirty post punk and a dash of ska. Next up were LA natives, Cheap Tissue, who turned up the energy and made the transition to total […]

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Joshua Tree Music Festival with kids
Joshua Tree Music Festival: This is How You Music Festival with a Baby

We recently ventured to the beautiful desert for the Joshua Tree Music Festival. If you’ve never been, let me tell you right now, it is quite the extraordinary music festival experience. And best of all, especially for us parents, the Joshua Tree Music Festival is hands down the best music festival to take your baby, […]

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The Hives at Fox Theater Pomona
The Swedish Invasion Annihilates Fox Theater Pomona with Exhilarating Sets by The Hives and Refused

Southern California’s temperatures have been below average for the past couple of days. Meteorologists suggest this is due to some uncharacteristic storms coming in from the Pacific, while music fans know that the ‘rock gods’ are merely making the hot California experience more palatable for two of Sweden’s best bands. The official Swedish Scream Team […]

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Wallows at Fonda Theatre
Wallows charm adoring fans at packed Fonda Theatre gig

LA local band Wallows delivered a strong set of rock-n-roll to the loud adoration of their fans at the Fonda this past weekend. Before going their separate ways for the long weekend, Los Angeles’ hippest youth lined up for two days of Wallows at the Fonda. Wallows has been around on the local scene for […]

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Santigold
Santigold shimmers “10 Years Golder” at Hollywood Palladium

There is something about Santigold and the Hollywood Palladium. When her album 99cents came out, it was there where Los Angeles gathered for an explosive show. Now, Santigold returned to this venue, equally packed and relevant to her fan base. With familiar and new sounds, Santigold’s delivery seemed even stronger and rather mature. Santigold’s “10 […]

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Mating Ritual band
Mating Ritual Makes Pappy & Harriet’s Debut and Packs The House

“Mezcal, soda, lime.” “Woo! Thank you, do you guys have Wifi?” “We do…but if it doesn’t work it’s because you’re on a mountain in the middle of the desert with no service.”  The bartender at Pappy & Harriet’s winked, knowing she was right. It didn’t work, but who cares; I was miles out of Los […]

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