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Blood Orange at the Greek Theatre
Blood Orange plays Negro Swan magnificently at Greek Theatre LA

Blood Orange Shines with Empress Of and MadeinTYO at Greek Theatre LA Friday night was a perfect excuse for a dance party at the Greek Theatre. Blood Orange made his final stop along his first leg North America tour. The nearly sold-out show began with good friends MadeinTYO and Empress Of. MadeinTYO was first and […]

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Danielle Gornbein |
Foster the People
Foster the People bring their “Sacred Hearts Club” to the Observatory

Sacred Hearts Club, the title of Foster the People’s third album, has begun to take on new meaning with each subsequent show the band plays in support of the record. Cutting the proverbial rug last night at the Observatory in Santa Ana, Mark Foster and his band of synth-peddling romantics have clearly breathed into existence […]

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Steven Ward |
Rostam at the Fonda Theatre
Rostam charms Fonda Theatre, joined by special guest Jenny Lewis

Rostam and Bedouine deliver beautiful performances at the Fonda Theatre, Hollywood A generous crowd filled the beautiful Fonda Theatre on Friday night to welcome in the weekend with none other than the very talented Rostam. Rostam Batmanglij is the multi-instrumentalist musician and producer behind a wide variety of songs you probably love! Former original member […]

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Danielle Gornbein |
Leon Bridges
Leon Bridges shines bright at Greek Theatre, joined by special guest John Mayer

It was a wonderful night under the stars at the Greek Theatre this past Tuesday. The multi-Grammy-nominated showstopper, Leon Bridges made his LA stop along his current Good Thing world tour. First night joining Bridges on tour were Khruangbin. The trio is ultimately an instrumental band with space for only some repetitively soft chanting. Their music is […]

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Danielle Gornbein |
David Byrne at Shrine Auditorium los angeles
David Byrne brings magnificent wonder and activism to Shrine Auditorium Show

The stage was wrapped in curtains of beads forming three tall walls. A table with a brain resting on it and chair bathed in a square of light. From the darkness he appears like a barefoot professor, wild grey hair, grey suit. He is joined by his backup singers. Soon musicians are materializing through the […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Mac DeMarco brings pure joyful insanity to Teragram Ballroom

A wildly eager crowd welcomed the weekend over at the Teragram Ballroom in downtown LA with our favorite wacky Canadian, Mac DeMarco! Thursday evening’s festivities held night two of three at the Teragram Ballroom – each bringing along different opening acts to get things going. We got to hear the musical stylings from two groups […]

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Danielle Gornbein |
Brandi Carlile at the Greek Theater
Brandi Carlile delivers remarkable performance at Greek Theater LA, joined by Jim James with Tribute to Aretha Franklin

The Greek Theater shined so bright this past Friday evening with its beautiful company. Brandi Carlile made her Greek Theater debut and did the damn thing! The 37-year-old singer-songwriter is on tour in support of her sixth studio record, By The Way, I Forgive You. Fans poured in with nothing but pure excitement to witness […]

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Danielle Gornbein |
The Kills at The Glass House
The Glass House finally plays host to The Kills for a night of raucous passion

Just last year The Kills played the newly rebuilt House of Blues in Anaheim and while they crushed their performance at the newly polished venue, the duo found their true spirit when they played The Glass House earlier this week. For anyone who’s seen the band perform or even listened to their music, they are […]

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Steven Ward |
Rex Orange County
Rex Orange County croons and swoons at Fonda Theatre

Alexander O’Conner, better known as Rex Orange County, does it all: sings, song-writes, produces, and plays just about every instrument imaginable. And he’s not even old enough to drink (legally) in the states. But what else would you expect from a monotone crooner groomed at the same British performing arts school that produced the likes […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Janelle Monae at Outside Lands day three by Steven Ward
Outside Lands 2018 ends with a clash of rock-pop wonder

Even for the most seasoned festival attendee, by the end of the second night of any festival there comes this tugging temptation for rest and relaxation that you feel in your legs (and for many, your liver too). For those who attend Outside Lands, the hills of Golden Gate Park and the surrounding area add […]

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