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Damian Marley sizzles at sold-out Roxy gig — the Marley legacy is strong

Damian Robert Nesta Marley a.k.a. “Junior Gong,” son of reggae legend Bob Marley lit up The Roxy theatre with fire from new songs as well as classics. The crowd was fiercely holding on to their spots to catch some of the energy that was about to ensue. They said it would be an intimate show, however the […]

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Ex-Cult
Win Tickets to Ex-Cult at the Echoplex

Pure mayhem is bound to take place at the Echoplex next week with punk rock band Ex-Cult. Four years ago, the band released their self-titled debut album with production help from their “family doctor,” Ty Segall. Originally from Memphis, the band continuously traveled back and forth from L.A. to their hometown, jumping into the studio for production work. This […]

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Bomba Estereo
Win Tickets to Bomba Estéreo at the El Rey Theatre

Only two weeks passed since the release of their music video “Soy Yo”, and Columbian band Bomba Estéreo have amounted to more than four million views. We were so excited to have them back at the Fonda Theatre last year for the release of their fourth studio album, Amanecer. The energy we received from that […]

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Margaret Glaspy
Win Tickets to Margaret Glaspy at The Echo

We last caught the singer-songwriter Margaret Glaspy, headlining the Bootleg Theater to a full house of indie folk enthusiasts earlier in July. Now, the Red Bluff native is set to headline The Echo on Monday, October 3rd. She has been on the rise with her debut album, Emotions and Math, an album exploring her intellectual […]

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Win Tickets to Dinosaur Jr. at the Teragram Ballroom

Dinosaur Jr. are back again with their 11th album release, Give A Glimpse of What Yer Not. We last caught the band at last year’s FYF Fest performing a cover of The Cure’s “Just Like Heaven” that got the crowd excited for their notable tracks “Start Choppin’” and “Feel the Pain”. Since then, Dinosaur Jr. announced a […]

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xenia rubinos
Win Tickets to Xenia Rubinos at the Echo

Xenia Rubinos can best be described as an avant garde beat maker influenced by the likes of Afrobeat, hip hop, and R&B. She began her artistry in 2012 after she met Marco Buccelli at the Berklee College of Music, who then drummed on her debut album Magic Trix. This year she released her follow-up album, Black Terry Cat featuring […]

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Digable Planets Drop 90s Hip Hop Sheen at The Regent

When a prolific band from the past springs back from their heyday with a reunion show, it’s hard to know what to expect. Will they sound the same? How will the energy be? Expectations are set high, and fans are hopeful, but sometimes comebacks can be a disappointment; that was not the case on Monday […]

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Carla Morrison
Win Tickets to Carla Morrison at the Novo

Mexican songstress, Carla Morrison will be headlining The Novo on Tuesday, September 20th. She has gained a lot of recognition for her heart throbbing, soft-sung singles, “Lagrimas”, “Yo Sigo Aqui”, and “Déjenme Llorar”, respectively. Its no surprise she has won two Latin Grammy’s and continues to be considered for more. Catch her on tour in […]

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Kool & The Gang band
Win Tickets to Kool & The Gang at the Microsoft Theater

Los Angeles its time to get down, get down with the funk group, Kool & The Gang! We all have danced to their classic hits, “Celebration”, “Get Down On It”, and “Jungle Boogie” without a care in the world. What’s better than hearing and dancing with the group than when they take the Microsoft Theater […]

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Julien Baker at the El Rey Theatre
Win Tickets to Julien Baker at the El Rey Theatre

Singer-songwriter Julien Baker will be headlining the El Rey Theatre on Thursday, August 25th! At only 20 years old, she has already been noted for her debut album, Sprained Ankle and has caught our attention since we caught her at SXSW. Her performance in L.A. will feature hit singles off the album, “Everybody Does,” “Something,” “Blacktop,” and […]

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