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The Best Concerts in Los Angeles – September 22 – 28

Photo by Tamea Agle The best concerts happening in Los Angeles, Orange County and more neighboring cities are all here on Grimy Goods’ custom show list. While keeping it selective, we’ve handpicked shows from all genres to satisfy your musical palette. The show listings with hot pink hearts are our top show picks. Let us […]

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Beck ramps up energy at Orpheum with mix of old classics and new grooves

Over the course of two hours on an evening out at The Orpheum Theatre, it becomes quite clear how wide-ranging the musical stylings of Beck really are. Looking dapper in a black suit jacket and pants, the 44-year old hometown hero played through a lot of stuff from his most recent release Morning Phase before […]

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Sunset Strip Music Festival Day 1: saying goodbye to the old strip

I felt a strong urgency to attend this years Sunset Strip Music Festival. With so many changes happening in the area, it’s hard to see anything left of the Sunset Strip I grew up with. Like most things Los Angeles, investors and city planners have their sights set on a historic slice of the city […]

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CHVRCHES put on a PDA-inducing performance at the Hollywood Palladium

Depending on who is playing, a concert can be a difficult place to bring your struggling relationship. Friday night at the Hollywood Palladium, I saw first-hand the ramifications of this as a couple next to me went through a wide range of emotions during CHRVCHES‘ fantastic 13-song set. This show served one of the last two […]

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Monarchy and J. Laser fire up the Echoplex with pure dance fever

Straight from London, UK, Monarchy blessed the Echoplex with their groovy synth-pop hooks this Thursday to instill the spirit of dance in the West Coast before the summer’s end. Earlier on, M83’s multi-instrumentalist Jordan Lawlor dropped onto the stage with his new electronic solo project, J. Laser. The Los Angeles local launched a unique mix […]

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Karen O Gives a Stunning Performance Of Crush Songs at Masonic Lodge

I have a confession, dear Internet. Lately, it has been difficult for me to love music with the same fervor I once did. Much of this is due to recent global events that, try as I might to ignore them, have seeped into my consciousness making me painfully aware of the limitations of the musical […]

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GBH and Adolescents deliver a vintage set to hardcore fans at the Fonda

I arrived at the Fonda on the early side on Saturday for the punk rock show. It’s not everyday that GBH and the Adolescents play a show in Los Angeles. Plus, local, San Fernando Valley skacore band The 5th Wave was opening and I was curious to see how they would fill up that stage […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
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The Best Concerts in Los Angeles – September 15-21, 2014

Brace yourselves, it’s an amazing live music week in Los Angeles! Not only do we have Jane’s Addiction, Empire of the Sun, Cold War Kids and many more acts performing at the Sunset Strip Music Festival this weekend, but we also have highly anticipated shows with Head Wound City (members of The Blood Brothers, The […]

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EFG give fans at the Satellite a vicious stadium sound performance

Catching a built for stadium sound in an intimate setting remains one of rock’s greatest pleasures. And so was the case this past Thursday for those who caught EFG at the Satellite. A rock triumvirate so powerful it’s easy to feel Madison Square Garden creep through the walls, and rightfully so. Based around guitar playing […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
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The Entrance Band and Drinking Flowers infect the Satellite with sick psychedelic grooves

It’s always an flash-backing sonic pleasure when we get to see The Entrance Band live. The trio drip of all that 60 psych a la Jefferson Airplane, Pink Floyd, and The Doors. Frontman, Guy Blakeslee lures you into his chaotic world of echoing guitar howls and cryptic vocals, as Paz Lenchantin seduces you on the bass […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |