Tag Archives: garage rock

The Pack A.D.
The Pack A.D. assault the senses with ‘Positive Thinking’ at The Roxy

Last week at The Roxy, Los Angeles was in for a special pre Thanksgiving treat as Canadian shredders The Pack A.D. came to headline the small Hollywood club in support of their latest album Positive Thinking. While Grimy Goods has covered The Pack A.D. numerous times, this was my first introduction to the garage rock […]

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Ty Segall
Ty Segall Debuts New Single “Orange Color Queen,” Announces Self-Titled Album, Tour with L.A. Dates at Teragram

San Francisco’s experimental rock wunderkind Ty Segall is back with tender folk ballad “Orange Color Queen” Usually one for avant-garde garage rock with heavy distortion, Ty Segall’s latest single “Orange Color Queen” off his upcoming ninth studio album due January 27th via Drag City is certainly a departure with its mellow, acoustic tone. Oozing psychedelic […]

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Ty Segall to Perform Two Nights at Hollywood Forever’s Masonic Lodge

Los Angeles just can’t seem to get enough of Ty Segall. The multi-faceted human is pretty much in high demand, always. Whether with the Muggers, GØGGS or solo, there isn’t a show Segall doesn’t sell out. Just a couple weeks ago he headlined The Smell’s benefit show at the Teragram Ballroom and it quickly sold-out. […]

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Hot Band Alert: The Paranoyds — relentless garage punk, best experienced in the flesh

For those days when it’s “fuck this shit o’clock” or you just “can’t even” and seeking musical refuge is the only option to keep from losing your head, Los Angeles garage rockers The Paranoyds have got you covered. The four piece is comprised of Lexi Funston, Staz Lindes, Laila Hashemi and David Ruiz and with […]

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Death Valley Girls
Death Valley Girls light up record release show at The Echo, Frankie and The Witch Fingers literally shred through opening set

Nothing like a satanic worship themed show to kick off the summer rock. This past Thursday night, Los Angeles’ very own Death Valley Girls celebrated their highly anticipated record release show at The Echo. Smashing out tunes from their new album Glow In The Dark, it was a hot and sweaty affair. The house was packed! But […]

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Sunflower Bean
Sunflower Bean delivers brilliant set full of thrash and warm fuzzies at Constellation Room

Brooklyn psych pop trio, Sunflower Bean played a beautiful set this past Sunday at the Constellation Room in Santa Ana. Barley out of their teens, the group has been on an extensive North American tour since March. Not just musicians, the band are also activists that use their music to raise awareness for a good […]

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Ranch Ghost
Song Premiere: Ranch Ghost get things shakin’ with “Bleu” (and a mushroom-eating feline)

Nashville’s Ranch Ghost are hot-on-the-helels of releasing their 10-track debut record, Lookin’ . The album is set for arrival July 1st via Rough Beast Records, but in the meantime, the band has teased fans with another new song. Today the garage rock quintet has released “Bleu,” a poppin’ surf-rock track that is sure to create a pit frenzy. […]

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Ranch Ghost
Hot Band Alert: Ranch Ghost — Get down with their jangle cow punk, debut album out

Photo Credit: Ashley Boyd Jones A little gritty, a tad ghostly and a whole lotta rock n roll, Nashville’s Ranch Ghost are about to haunt you with their new tunes. Like the good rock ’n’ roll of the 50s and 60s, Ranch Ghost have that shake, rattle and roll appeal making it nearly impossible to […]

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The Faint
The Faint and Gang of Four to play The Mayan in Downtown LA — stream new song

Dance punk masters, The Faint are bringing their stage show back to Los Angeles with a concert date scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 20 at The Mayan in Downtown L.A. Sharing the stage with The Faint will be Gang of Four. Today The Faint shared a new song titled “Young & Realistic.” The five-minute track is the […]

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No Parents band
Watch No Parents’ new video for “Hey Grandma” — Show dates at Echoplex and Observatory

Los Angeles punks, No Parents have shared a cheeky new video for “Hey Grandma.” What starts off with a sweet piano ballad accented by a soft and tender-sounding choir, turns into a pop punk concierto. Armed with electric guitars instead of violins, and a dancing conductor (frontman Zoe Reign), No Parents’ video for “Hey Grandma” is something […]

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