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Jurassic 5 and Dilated Peoples Open Hip Hop Time Capsule at Greek Theatre

Photography by Ceethreedom / Review by Danny Baraz When hip hop enthusiasts talk East Coast / West Coast, the names Tupac and Biggie often follow but in the 90s, there was another, quieter, less flashy movement in the underground. The scene was quieter when it came to music videos on a boat, surrounded by hood […]

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Mac DeMarco rules Fonda Theatre with help from Holy Shit, Calvin Love, and Meatbodies

It was an action packed night this past Friday at the Fonda Theatre as Mac DeMarco headlined his sold-out performance in support of his new album, Salad Days (released April 1st via Captured Tracks). Adding to the evening’s riveting performances were Holy Shit, Calvin Love, and Meatbodies. If you were there, you know how badass […]

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Peter Murphy and Ringo Deathstarr take the El Rey despite a minimal 4th of July audience

The godfather of goth, Peter Murphy, took over the El Rey this this past 4th of July weekend with two back-to-back shows on the Thursday the 3rd and Saturday the 5th. Touring in support of his tenth solo album, Lion, despite low ticket sales (show was moved from the Fonda to the El Rey), the […]

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The Moth & Flame and Imperial Mammoth bring out the soccer moms at Bootleg HiFi

Last Tuesday, it was a mixed crowd of moms, family friends, and 30-something hipsters at the Bootleg HiFi. There were even a few moms trying to get into the venue with lawn chairs! Totally reminded us of those supportive “soccer moms”. With Imperial Mammoth opening up the show in celebration of their record release, it was […]

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Dub Club on fiyah with Zvuloon Dub System, The Lions and Adrian Sherwood

This most recent edition of Dub Club at The Echoplex was an incredible night of dub reggae music from all over the world. For their first performance in Los Angeles, Israeli band, Zvuloon Dub System absolutely KILLED it. With an interesting blend of classic 70s inspired Jamaican reggae, Israeli mizrahi, and Ethiopian jazz — Zvuloon got […]

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Jesus Sons, Battleme, and Isaac Rother & The Phantoms take the Echo

Good ole rock ‘n’ roll was the flavor of the night this past Thursday at The Echo. From the early 60s surf/rock sounds of Isaac Rother & The Phantoms to the 70s Americana rock of Jesus Sons, all the way to the more modern sounds of Battleme — it was an interesting night of live music. Maybe because […]

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Jack White goes “Icky Thump” before high ball steppin’ at the Mayan

Gracing Los Angeles with a trilogy of performances, Jack White took The Mayan in Downtown L.A. by storm as he heated up the venue with his eccentric style and guitar licks. Starting off the evening with a bit of a freestyle instrumental, White immediately captivated fans with his admirable skills before jumping into the White […]

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Blood Red Shoes show the Echo how it’s done as a two-man-band

Blood Red Shoes Due to the surprise performance by Wolfmother at The Echoplex, The Echo was a little less packed than expected for Tuesday night’s Blood Red Shoes performance. That didn’t stop the night from being any less incredible. Los Angeles’ Gothic Tropic opened up the show to a minimal yet energetic crowd. This was […]

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Hot Band Alert: The Vitals — pure rock ‘n’ roll for your soul

As I stood in the dark at The Viper Room, ambient noise builds from behind the thick curtain draped across the stage, it begins to drown out the awaiting crowd then slowly starts to silence them; intentionally preparing them until their attention is drawn.
 A guitar starts to grind out a lurching bass note as […]

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Ghost and King Dude bring the beauty of darkness to Fonda Theatre

Last night, I went to church for the first time since I was a kid, albeit not the church I remembered. Swedish metal band, Ghost, transformed the Fonda Theater into the kind of church only Satan would love. From the demonically detailed stained-glass backdrop to the band of masked ghouls running around, the stage was […]

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