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The Best Concerts in Los Angeles feat. Brian Wilson, Fever The Ghost, Butch Walker and more

This week in Los Angeles we have quite the variety of concerts for you to get your grooves on! From the legendary beach boy Brian Wilson, to three nights with horror punks the Misfits and the oh-so-swoon-ey singer-songwriter Butch Walker AND the amazing Robert Glasper—you have plenty to choose from. On the underground tip we […]

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The Best Concerts in Los Angeles featuring D’Angelo, The Picturebooks, Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings

This week’s best concerts in Los Angeles are gettin’ real hot, just like the weather! From the smooth soul and R&B of D’Angelo, to the gritty rock ‘n’ blues of The Picturebooks and all the way to indie pop fun of San Cisco and The Kooks, there’s always a lot of great shows to choose […]

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The Best Concerts in Los Angeles feat. Sufjan Stevens, Aceyalone, Bomba Estero & more

The Teragram Ballroom opened its door last night with an intimate concert featuring Spoon, and this week the new downtown LA venue continues to roll out its calendar of shows with Delta Spirit and Palma Violets. You should definitely check out the new space! Also this week, we have Sufjan Stevens, Aceyalone, Bomba Estero, Zella […]

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The Best Concerts in Los Angeles featuring L7, Refused, Spoon, U2 and more

It’s a stellar live music week in Los Angeles. Hot on everyone’s list this week, is the official opening of the Teragram Ballroom featuring a headlining set by Spoon! Also on the hot list are huge acts like U2, Tony Bennet and Lady Gaga, but our votes always lean towards to more underground and indie acts. This […]

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The Best Concerts in Los Angeles feat. The Rezillos, Noel Gallagher, Crocodiles & more

This week’s best concerts in Los Angeles feature some old school punk acts such as The Rezillos, as well as G.B.H. Both shows will be a damn good time. On the hip hop spectrum we have the infamous Too $hort and Juicy J performing on separate nights. While acts like Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds stand […]

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Best Concerts in Los Angeles featuring Muse, Lenny Kravitz, Corners and more

This week’s best concerts in Los Angeles are popping with some big names, as well as some must-see underground acts. We have Muse playing a one-off LA gig at The Mayan, as well as Snoop Dogg at the iHeartRadio Theater and Lenny Kravitz at the Fonda. If you want to get your mind blown by […]

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Best Concerts in Los Angeles feat. The Sonics, Gurrumul, Purity Ring & more

This week’s best concerts happening in Los Angeles and Orange County feature a variety of acts you won’t want to miss. From the legendary Sonics performing at The Regent, to the experimental pop sounds of Purity Ring at the Fonda, and the vibrant garage punk of Thee Oh Sees, you have a lot to choose […]

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Best Concerts in Los Angeles feat. José González, Sleater-Kinney, Kinky and more

This week’s best concerts in Los Angeles feature a variety of mainstream and underground acts from all parts of the genre rainbow. From José González at The Regent, Sleater-Kinney with Body/Head at the Palladium, and Kinky at the Natural History Museum — there are different flavors for everyone. Check out our show list below for the […]

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The Best Concerts in Los Angeles feat. Mos Def, Faith No More, FUZZ and more

Coachella has come to an end, and we have a mellow week of show ahead of us. And by mellow, I mean not as jam-packed as the past two weeks! That shit was nuts! This week we have old school punks Dead Milkmen coming through, along with new punk acts such as FUZZ and The […]

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The Best Concerts in Los Angeles – The Replacements, Action Bronson, Toro Y Moi and more

We are smack in between two Coachellas, and you know that means … an epic and massive amount of live music in Los Angeles. This show list is bursting with must-see shows. From The Replacements to Action Bronson, Interpol and Chet Faker, and even smaller acts like The Orwells and WAND, this show week is […]

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