Tag Archives: Dominoe Farris- Gilbert

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Backlit with vibrant silhouettes, Alt-J transform the Greek Theatre into an atmospheric bubble of pleasure

There’s been a lot of hype around Alt-J since their 2012 debut An Awesome Wave. The album won them the UK’s coveted Mercury prize and have been touted as creative pioneers in a music industry bogged down by the same-same cookie cutter sound. So with the release of their sophomore album, This is All Yours, in […]

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Spoon deliver brilliant performance at Hollywood Forever despite strict curfew

When most band’s go on a record release tour, they often perform their entire new album. Sometimes it’s song-after-song, and other times it’s mixed in with a few classics. This past Friday at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery, Spoon treated fans to a performance especially tailored for longtime fans. The iconic indie band had just released […]

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Ok Go serve up a heavy dose of confetti coated indie rock at the Echo

OK Go performed to a sold-out show last night The Echo. The band performed classic favorites as well as new tracks from their forthcoming album, Hungry Ghosts set for release this October. Complete with all the sweet tunes, OK Go served up fans with an endless blast of confetti which will surely be found in many more Echo shows […]

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Kishi Bashi delivers a marvelous avant-pop serenade at Fonda Theatre

This past Friday at the Fonda Theatre in Hollywood, Kishi Bashi’s serenaded the crowd with a most lively and beautiful performance of songs from his new album, Lighght off Joyful Noise Recordings. Mesmerizing the crowd with his violin-focused avant-pop songs, Kishi Bashi exuded a kaleidoscopic of sound with his lively show. Were you there? Check out […]

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Desert Daze 2014 Photos: So much style in music and fashion!

How does one describe something that was simply perfect? The bands, the people, the setting … All of it fell seamlessly together at the Sunset Ranch for the 3rd annual Desert Daze Music Festival. Were you a part of the magic? Check out our Desert Daze 2014 photos below! Photographs by Dominoe Farris-Gilbert Kiku Pau […]

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The Strypes shake, rattle and roll the El Rey Theatre

Their 18 and under, from Ireland and they play rock ‘n’ roll better than most bands ever will in their lifetime. The Strypes played the El Rey Theatre this past Monday and it was everything we had expected and much more. First off, let me mention that the El Rey was packed with Dad shoes […]

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Angel Olsen brings the Echoplex to complete silence with a cathartic performance

Headlining the Echo last night was the gorgeous singer-songwriter, Angel Olsen who with her pitch perfect voice, captivated fans from start-to-finish. Opening up her performance with one of her singles off her highly-praised album, Burn Your Fire For No Witness, was the track, “Unfucktheworld”. Her other bandmates, Emily Elhaj (bass), Josh Jaeger (drums) and Stewart Bronaugh (guitars) accompanied […]

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Kiev with Public Service Broadcasting at The Bootleg- Photos Review- 2/19/2014

Were you at the Bootleg Theater for Kiev’s Falling Bough Wisdom Teeth record release show ? With gorgeous mind-bending visuals by Brother Brian, Kiev delivered an intense performance full of compelling indie rock whisked with hypnotic tones of psychedelia. It was truly a blissful performance that got the best of all your senses. Packing up […]

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Photos: Carina Round and Nightmare & the Cat light up the Bootleg Theater with a sold-out performance

My ears were blown away this past Thursday at the sold-out Carina Round show featuring supporting acts, Nightmare and the Cat and Fever the Ghost at the Bootleg Theater. It was an evening of great music brought to you by some very talented local Los Angeles musicians. Every performance was perfection, creating a night I won’t […]

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Photos: Dawes, Nick Waterhouse, and others rock the Echoplex for a good cause

Dawes This past Saturday night at the Echoplex, a variety of mostly L.A. based musicians turned up in support of fellow musician Richard Gowen in an effort to raise money for mounting hospital bills. Those that showed up at the posted doors time saw more than six hours of live music for $20, as good […]

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