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the kills
The Kills at El Rey Theatre: a fierce and alluring performance with moments of pure beauty

Alison Mosshart of The Kills As I walked up to the El Rey Theatre last night, excitement was in the air for The Kills’ highly anticipated performance. I had missed out on their Halloween show at the Forum due to a last-minute trip to Puerto Rico, and although the comped trip was an amazing experience, […]

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Little Boots brings out the “Working Girl” and works The Echo into a dance frenzy

Kicking off her U.S. tour, English electro-pop artist, Victoria Hesketh aka Little Boots, played to a sold out show at The Echo last night. The night didn’t start off smoothly as doors opened nearly 45 minutes after they were supposed to, due to the last minute addition of pop singer, Leland. Once the doors did […]

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Telekinesis announces show date at The Echo in support of new album “Ad Infinitum”

Telekinesis (aka Michael Lerner) returns to Los Angeles with a headlining date scheduled at The Echo on Wednesday, October 7. Touring in support of his fourth studio album, Ad Infinitum, Telekinesis will embark on a tour with supporting act Say Hi on October 1 in Bellingham, Washington and end in November in Seattle. He also has […]

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Stream Neon Indian’s new single “Annie”

After an almost four-year hiatus, Neon Indian (aka Alan Palomo) is back with a new 80s-electro track. Neon Indian has shared a flirty new song titled “Annie”. You can stream the song below and view the single’s artwork. In 2011, Neon Indian released his sophomore album Era Extraña. Almost four years later he’s sharing some […]

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mystery skulls
Mystery Skulls lays down a tantalizing menagerie of disco-pop at Echoplex

Laying down those infectious disco-pop vibes, nice and thick, Mystery Skulls (AKA Luis Dubac) steamed the Echoplex this past Friday. Blending all the illustrious elements of soul, disco, r&B, and pop—Mystery Skulls gave fans at the Echoplex a dance party that won’t be soon forgotten. Mystery Skulls’ debut album Forever recently dropped via Warner Bros. […]

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Recommended: Stream Shamir’s debut album “Ratchet” — straight up electro-soul-disco

Photo by Mathew Parri Thomas Whether his sonic grooves are smooth and sexy, or playful and vibrant, there is nothing “ratchet” about Shamir’s music. The Las Vegas native may not be able to purchase an alcoholic beverage legally, but despite his young age of 20, he sure knows how to deliver electronic soul-disco to the […]

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Miami Horror
Miami Horror to headline The Roxy in West Hollywood

Australia’s Miami Horror are back in Los Angeles with a headlining show date at The Roxy in West Hollywood on Friday, June 5th. The band have will embark on a 2015 North American tour in support of their forthcoming second LP All Possible Futures, out April 21 on Haven Sounds/Dine Alone Records. Miami Horror will […]

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Tink
Tink and Future Brown book Los Angeles date at Jewels Catch One

The Church On York is hosting an eclectic night of music this Saturday, January 31st at Jewels Catch One. From hip hop and r&B to psychedelic pop, electro and more — the night will be christened with a live performance by Tink and Future Brown, along with DJ sets by Juan Maclean, Peaking Lights, M. GEDDES […]

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Broods to Headline The Observatory

Auckland, New Zealand sibling duo Broods are scheduled to headline The Observatory in Santa Ana on Friday, March 6th. We just caught the synth-pop duo delivering a magnetic performance earlier this year, alongside Meg Myers. That standout performance left quite an impression and many will be elated that they are back again so soon. The band […]

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Theophilus London to Headline The Echoplex

Fashion forward and slick as hell, singer-songwriter Theophilus London, breathes new life into a spectrum of genres from soul-pop to indie-electro to rap and R&B. He is touring in support of his newest album release, Vibes, which was executive produced by Kanye West and showcases his penchant for catchy, expressive lyrics and extremely dance-able jams. […]

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Joshua Worden
Recommended Album: Joshua Worden – “Into Fog”

Album Review by  Ziv Biton Thirty seconds into Joshua Worden’s newest release, Into Fog, it is clear that this is a far more electronic affair than his previous output. A sped up hi-hat clips at Trap speed and bursts of synths sprinkle the mix like auditory fireworks. It sounds like a starry night sky blinking a […]

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Washed Out float fans to Cloud 9 with powerfully euphoric performance at the Observatory

Washed Out brought their signature and chill vibes to the Observatory in Santa Ana this past Friday, full band and all. And my, was it a brilliant performance. As the mood-inducing brainchild of Ernest Greene, Washed Out delivered a dose of ambient sounds mixed with soaring vocals and the arena-size sound of their full band. […]

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MØ, De Lux and Holychild get the party started for Culture Collide at Echoplex

Getting the party started right for Culture Collide weekend, the Echoplex hosted three incredible performances this past Thursday. MØ, De Lux and Holychild all took the stage and absolutely killed it. Headlining the evening was the sultry Danish song-bird, MØ (aka Karen Marie Ørsted). With a powerful performance, the crowd was treated to songs from […]

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