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Song Premiere: Dorothy Knows That Flawless is a Process

In 2013, “flawless” was more than a synonym for perfection. Thanks to Beyonce’s single, it became an overtly feminist affirmation, one that prioritized self-confidence over meeting expectations. With their brand new single–and the first from their forthcoming sophomore album, 28 Days in the Valley–Dorothy adds to that narrative. Listen to “Flawless” exclusively below. While the […]

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An Interview with The Pack A.D.: Dynamic Grunge-Rock Duo Pour Themselves Into New Album “Positive Thinking” – LA Date at The Roxy

It’s not hard to find oneself enraged by anything and everything these days (climate change, Trump, online trolls, you name it). However, Vancouver grunge-rock duo The Pack A.D.’s ferocious new album Positive Thinking (U.S. release Nov. 11 via Cadence Music) just might be the cure for what ails you or at least a good starting point […]

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Dinosaur Jr. announce two Los Angeles dates at Teragram Ballroom in support of new album

Dinosaur Jr. have announced a massive world tour with two Los Angeles dates at the Teragram Ballroom. The band is touring in support of their 11th studio album, Give a Glimpse Of What Yer Not. The album proceeds Dino’s 2012 release, I Bet on Sky and is set for release on August 5 through Jagjaguwar. […]

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Song Premiere: Listen to The Perfumes’ new track “California”

Short and sweet, yet it has the powerful ability to get stuck in your head with its dreamy chorus. The Perfumes’ new song “California” is a bittersweet farewell to sunny California. As the latest project of singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Kevin Moxcey, the sullen song comes from Moxcey’s abundant, yet seldom shared collection of home recordings. […]

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Dinosaur Jr. blends guitar shredding, beautiful melodies in memorable FYF Fest set

I had been hoping to see noise rockers Dinosaur Jr. for quite some time. Saturday’s performance at FYF Fest had me kicking myself for not crossing it off the list sooner, as the wizard-looking J Mascis led the charge in a high-energy set. Mascis’ vocals are hard to pinpoint. They’re somewhere in between a grittier Jeff […]

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L7 pummel through night one of double banger at Fonda Theatre

After covering L7’s fierce reunion show last May at The Echo, we had to get another dose of the metal goddesses with their back-to-back gigs at the Fonda Theatre. Last Thursday, L7 kicked off night one of their double banger at the famed Hollywood theatre. The venue was sold-out and packed to the walls with […]

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J Mascis performs stunning acoustic set at Constellation Room

On Monday, J Mascis performed a very intimate show at the Constellation Room at The Observatory in Santa Ana. The crowd filled the room and waited as the iconic frontman/guitarist of 90s grunge era band, Dinosaur Jr. took to stage.  He slowly climbed the steps to the stage, walked over to his stool and acoustic guitar. He took his […]

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L7 announce intimate warm up gig at The Echo

The iconic feminist grunge punk outfit, L7 have announced an intimate show date at The Echo. L7 will headline The Echo on Thursday, May 28 as a warm up gig to their upcoming European tour. The band just recently funded over $130,000 for their documentary film via a Kickstarter campaign. Directed by award-winning documentary filmmaker, […]

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Failure return to Los Angeles with three shows at the Mayan and Glass House

Back by popular demand, post grunge rockers, FAILURE have extended their “The Tree of Stars” tour. After totally selling out their February reunion show at the El Rey Theatre, FAILURE will now headline three Los Angeles show dates in addition to their sold-out May 10th and May 11th Cinquanta at the Greek Theatre. You can […]

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Recommended New Album: The Pack A.D. — Do Not Engage

Vancouver rock duo, The Pack AD, is comprised of singer/guitarist Becky Black and drummer Maya Miller, two ladies who know how to rock hard. Their new album, Do Not Engage just hit the streets yesterday via Nettwerk Records. Hmm … that’s a curious title, considering that it’s nearly impossible not to engage in these eleven, stirring, alt-indie-grunge […]

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