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Blackalicious Bring Their Unique Hip-Hop Vision to The Echo

Blackalicious   Once the Blackalicious fans, new and old, found out that the show, originally slated for The Echoplex, had been moved upstairs to The Echo, they streamed in from Sunset, ready for a one-of-a-kind show. Seeing each other in dollar sign knit caps, argyle sweaters, brand new Lands End Duck Boots and a bar […]

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Viva Halloween! (Even When It’s Not Halloween) — An Interview with P L a N E T S

Interview feature by Emily Saex / Photo by Lemuel Thornton  Anyone that’s seen Los Angeles based music/performance art collective P L a N E T S live can attest to the grand and striking performances that they give, nothing short of 110% every time. P L a N E T S currently have a Halloween […]

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George Fest LA: A star-studded night of musicians celebrating the music of a great man for a great cause

Conan O’Brien kicking off George Fest Fans of all ages, backgrounds and styles came out to the Fonda Theatre Sunday night to attend the first ever GeorgeFest: a night to celebrate the music of George Harrison. It also coincided with a major reissue of George Harrison’s first six solo albums, released between 1968 and 1975 on […]

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Outside Lands 2013 Photos & Review – Day Three

Day three of Outside Lands was all about trying to see, do and eat as much as possible. Despite all the overlapping set times and big crowd (just as big, if not bigger than Saturday), I bounced around to try and catch at least a little bit of everything. Foals rocked an impressive early set, […]

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Outside Lands 2013 Photos & Review – Day Two

Day two of Outside Lands Festival featured sets from Milo Greene, James McCartney, Youth Lagoon, The Growlers, etc. and massive crowds came in to experience it. Jurassic 5‘s bombastic set included revamped classics such as “I Am Somebody” and “Concrete Schoolyard” and had folks dancing every which way. J5 did a somber but powerful “Freedom” tribute […]

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The Heavy with the Silent Comedy at the El Rey Theatre – Photos & Show Review – September 7, 2012

  What better way to spend a Friday night in L.A. besides dancing your ass off?  Oh, that’s right there is no better way!  The packed El Rey Theatre  for The Heavy’s headlining gig on Friday, September 7 was proof of that and I have never seen more folks dance, clap-along and have a good […]

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Divine Fits with Lord Huron at Hotel Cafe – Photos Review – August 21, 2012

Have you been missing some Spoon in your life? We have and just as we were wondering what the hell happened to them, we got received word of Brit Daniel’s new “supergroup,” Divine Fits. The first time we heard their song, “Would That Not be Nice,” we automatically thought — SPOON! However, “It’s a Thing Called […]

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Wildcat! Wildcat! at the Echo – Photos – August 13, 2012

Los Angeles’ Wildcat! Wildcat! are comin’ in hot! The trio have been holdin’ down a tight residency at the Echo this entire month of August and last Monday’s show was a packed house. If you’re into bands like Passion Pit, Grizzly Bear, Yeasayer, and M83 — you need to get on one of their final […]

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Geographer At Levitt Pavilion Macarthur Park - Photos- August 12, 2012
Geographer at Levitt Pavilion Macarthur Park – Photos – August 12, 2012

Geographer should be called “babeographer.” Aside from the beautiful electro dream pop these S.F. boys create, they look absolutely stunning in these photos. Were you at their free outdoor performance at Levitt Pavilion Macarthur Park? Check out our photo gallery below!   Photography: Monique Hernandez Click through the photo gallery below for more photos!

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Outside Lands 2012 – Photo Gallery & Review

We ventured out of our Los Angles music bubble to return to San Francisco’s Outside Lands this past weekend. Aside from that long stretch from Lands End to Twin Peaks (that was not fun after three runs), the festival was primo. The weather was a refreshing getaway from the heatwave that was hitting L.A. and […]

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