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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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Pat Benatar artist
Win Tickets to Pat Benatar at the Greek Theatre

The woman whom we sang along with through radio speakers over love aches and strengthening our backbones is soon to take the Greek Theatre stage on Sunday, August 21st. Pat Benatar has come a long way, releasing 12 albums and achieving 17 Billboard slots. Bold and badass as ever, she was the first female artist […]

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Bryan Ferry
Win Tickets to Bryan Ferry at the Microsoft Theater

My goodness. Even after 46 years, Bryan Ferry has still got it (would you look at that blazer up above?!). We last caught him at Coachella 2014 charming both young and middle-aged crowds, and now he’s back for a headlining tour at the Microsoft Theater on Thursday, August 11th. Catch him performing classic hits from his […]

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Tijuana Panthers band
Win Tickets to Tijuana Panthers at the Teragram Ballroom

One of our favorite local surf rock bands, Tijuana Panthers, are back in town with a headlining show at the Teragram Ballroom on Saturday, August 6th! The trio have been on a continuous tour in support of their latest album, Poster. We caught them last November when they were part of the first ever lineup to […]

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Thee Commons band
Win Tickets to Thee Commons at the Echoplex

Perhaps the only musical pioneers of psychedelic cumbia punk is the East L.A. band, Thee Commons. These guys have meshed a trio of genres to give off one that captures their cultural roots. The band has recently released their sophomore album, Loteria Tribal via Burger Records and are currently on tour with a date scheduled at […]

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C.W. Stoneking artist
Win Tickets to C.W. Stoneking at The Echo

Aside from our usual favorite shows at The Echo where we’ve seen some of the best indie/electronic/rock acts, a new king is in town. The Australian blues singer-songwriter, C.W. Stoneking broke out in 2005 with his debut album King Hokum, followed by Jungle Blues, nominated for Best Roots and Blues album. Currently, C,W, is on tour performing tracks off all […]

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LA Food Fest photo
Top 17 Dynamite Eats and Drinks at LA Food Fest 2016

The 2016 LA Food Fest went off without a hitch this weekend at the brand spanking new location of Exposition Park, a food haven nestled neatly between the Natural History Museum and California Science Center. I donned my proverbial stretchy pants (leggings in my case) and headed over early for “Golden Hour,” the first two […]

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BÉLA FLECK & CHRIS THILE
Win Tickets to Béla Fleck & Chris Thile at the Theatre at Ace Hotel

It’s inevitable. From the moment you hear the strum of the banjo, you are subtly drawn in, listening to the transition of slow to swift, without realizing you have stayed to listen for the whole ride. One of the nation’s most groundbreaking banjo players, Béla Fleck will be headlining the Theatre at Ace Hotel on […]

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Tacocat
Win Tickets to Tacocat at the Echo

As the ninth year of being in a pop punk feminist band rolls around, Tacocat brings us their newest release, Lost Time. The album features songs such as “Plan A, Plan B” and “Men Explain Things To Me”, emphasizing their take on feminist themes. You can hear new tracks from the album and more as they headline […]

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