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Nice As Fuck (NAF) inspire with powerful live performance (dance party) at The Glass House

Nice As Fuck (NAF) brought the mega dance party to The Glass House in Pomona last night. My god, it was so good. The Glass House was presented a little different than usual with some barricades encircled in the center of the floor, protecting a makeshift stage. With an eager crowd filling in, the venue’s infamous […]

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Viva! Pomona, Clams Casino, In The Red Records 25th Anniversary, Walter Lure and more best LA shows this week

Hot, damn! With a jam-packed show list such as this, you know summer is full effect. This week in Los Angeles we have some amazing shows and festivals. Viva! Pomona makes its way back the Glass House with Shannon and The Clams, Chicano Batman and more. In The Red Records celebrates its 25th Anniversary with […]

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Interview with La Sera: Discussing their new record and the role Ryan Adams played in producing it

If you read anything about indie pop darlings La Sera‘s new record Music For Listening to Music To, you undoubtedly will see the name Ryan Adams somewhere in the first paragraph (like I did just now), maybe even the sub-headline. While Adams worked his magic on the production side of things, newly-married Katy Goodman and Todd […]

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Top 20 Badass Frontwomen in Indie/Underground Music

There’s an almost infinite amount of killer women fronting bands these days. We’ve done our best to put together our list of our 20 favorite bad asses that currently front their own bands, while also including some of our favorite lesser-known acts that have the potential to grow into being some of the better known […]

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SXSW 2016 (Friday): Willie Nelson’s party weathers the storm; CHVRCHES, Deftones rock SPIN showcase

Friday was a wild day for SXSW goers everywhere. The afternoon came and went without issue, but when the evening started rolling in, a nasty storm came along with it. All outdoor showcases were postponed and later shut down due to the weather. I myself was nowhere near Austin at the time, instead an hour […]

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Jenny Lewis and The Watson Twins deliver ethereal nostalgia at Immanuel Presbyterian

The tinted windows of Immanuel Presbyterian’s Cathedral Sanctuary in Los Angeles, California served as the backdrop for a trio of rare performances over the weekend. Jenny Lewis — the established indie queen of southern California — and The Watson Twins turned back the clock in celebration of their 2006 album Rabbit Fur Coat. Lewis also […]

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Sasquatch! 2015 roundup — the good, the bad, and the surprising

This past Memorial Day Weekend, I flew from Los Angeles to Seattle for my first ever Sasquatch! Music Festival at The Gorge. I found a ride and camp mates via a ride-sharing site and arrived Thursday mid-afternoon, with the music kicking off Friday and extending all the way through the Monday holiday. It was my first […]

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Foo Fighters shred day one of Hangout Fest, but the ladies rule the day

Foo Fighters close out day one of Hangout Fest 2015 The Foo Fighters took their role as Friday headliners at Hangout Fest seriously, pulling out all the stops in a two-plus hour set on the main stage. “We’re going to play as many songs as we can until they kick us off the f*cking stage,” […]

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Jenny Lewis takes center stage at Echoplex with friends John C. Reilly and Tim Heidecker

Last Thursday, before heading out to the desert to take on Coachella, Jenny Lewis played a Coachella sideshow at the Echoplex. Fans were treated to songs from her new album The Voyager, as well as the songs that made us love Lewis in the first place. Dazzling in her now iconic pantsuit, the singer-songwriter enchanted […]

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Ryan Adams provides Sunday’s alt-rock vibes and witty banter

Most of Sunday’s performances at Coachella were electronic flavored and the main headliner Drake was hip-hop, but festival stalwart Ryan Adams made it clear rock ‘n’ roll is here to stay. Adams poked fun at the noise bleed from across the way and provided sarcastic banter in between performing songs from his fantastic self-titled album […]

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