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HAIM at Alt 98.7 Summer Camp shot by Danielle Gornbein
HAIM announce hometown show at Greek Theatre Los Angeles

Los Angeles just can’t get enough of LA girls HAIM. Scratch that, from celebrities to super fans, the world can’t get enough of the three bad ass sisters known as HAIM. HAIM has announced a Los Angeles headline show date at the Greek Theater LA. The fierce band of sisters will take the outdoor stage […]

The Head and The Heart at Alt 98.7 Summer Camp shot by Danielle Gornbein
ALT 98.7 Summer Camp sizzles with HAIM, Foster The People, Bleachers, Lord Huron and more

What better way to enjoy your afternoon than with performances by some of the newest and most buzzworthy alternative acts in the music scene? How about getting to dance to our favorite Los Angeles born and raised sisters, HAIM? Well, Alt. 98.7 answered your prayers with their annual Summer Camp concert this past Saturday. The […]

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Ohana Fest returns for victory lap with the best beach-side festival on the west coast

With the kind of picturesque, coastal views Southern California boasts, it’s pretty surprising that Ohana Fest remains the first and only beach-side music festival to emerge in recent memory. Placing stages and fans about as close to the water as possible without jumping on surfboards and rafts, the festival will be returning in early September […]

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Fans go crazy for HAIM’s 30 Days In LA performance at Fonda Theatre

HAIM, Charlotte Day Wilson, and Steven A. Clark deliver thrilling 30 Days in LA performances at Fonda The Fonda was in for a hot night with L.A.’s favorite sisters HAIM in the house. The show is just one of the many fabulous 30 Days In LA shows, curated by Red Bull Sound Select. The night started […]

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Haim keeps fans warm in the rain, The Killers keep the nostalgia flowing for Governors Ball day two finale

What began as a blisteringly hot Saturday afternoon for Governors Ball day two, would end, unknowingly to many, as the festival’s impromptu finale as heavy thunderstorms formed near the evening. The festival’s actual final day, which had some of the best collections of rock like Cold War Kids and Courtney Barnett, was unfortunately cancelled due […]

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Top 10 Most Booked U.S. Festival Acts of 2016

There is basically a major music festival in the United States once a weekend once festival season “officially” kicks off with Coachella in mid-April. While most of these festivals do a great job of curating unique lineups tailored to their usual base of patrons, there’s a handful of acts that you’ll see on more than […]

Bonnaroo 2016 — A lineup for everyone, a weird and true festival experience

Bonnaroo was one of the more eye-opening experiences of my life last year. While Coachella is much more commercialized and a lot more people there for the scene, Bonnaroo lives up to its reputation for “radiating positivity.” It was the perfect amount of weird I was looking for in a camping festival and I anticipated […]

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The Weeknd, Florence + The Machine, Cage the Elephant among chief Hangout Fest acts

Among the dozen or so festivals I covered for Grimy Goods in 2015, the beach-side Hangout Fest stood out as easily the most unique and definitely one of the most memorable of the bunch. When Beck’s fest-closing set ended last year, I was already making plans to come back in 2016. Headlining the 2016 edition […]

Sweetgreen makes boom at LA launch with performances by BANKS and Alvvays

Sweetgreen is a smartly sourced seasonal food chain that began in DC and now operates all along the East Coast, founded by three Georgetown University graduates. With two of those founders being LA-based, it was only a matter of time until they tried their hand on the West Coast. Though the W. 3rd St. location […]

Jenny Lewis delivers mini Rilo Kiley-reunion, HAIM collab at Coachella

Longtime Jenny Lewis fans like myself had been waiting for what happened Sunday at Coachella’s Outdoor Theatre for a long time. Fellow former Rilo Kiley member Blake Sennett showed up to play guitar on “Portions for Foxes,” as his new project Night Terrors of 1927 performed earlier in the day. Sennett gave a spirited effort, […]

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