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Video: Obsessed fan knocks Morrissey over at San Jose concert

It looks like some idiotic and obsessed fan knocked Morrissey over last night at the San Jose City National Civic theater. Considering this was the opening night of Morrissey’s North American tour, let’s hope Mr. pissy pants doesn’t cancel his tour early since we all know he’s notorious for doing so, not to mention, the great […]

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Make Music Pasadena 2014 line-up: Surfer Blood, Yuna, Tennis & more

Robert DeLong at Make Music Pasadena 2013 — Photo by Ryan Bussard Make Music Pasadena has revealed their 2014 line-up and it’s looking real good! The 7th annual festival will take place on Saturday, June 7th throughout Old Town Pasadena and will feature 150 bands/artists. It’s an all day Fête de la Musique-like event and will run […]

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Budos Band are back in L.A. with a show at the Echoplex

As part of their 2014 summer tour dates, the Budos Band are leaving Staten Island and making their way to Los Angeles for a headlining show date at the Echoplex. Its been a couple years since we last caught the Budos Band with their prior L.A. show at the Echoplex in 2011 (check out photos), […]

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Win Tickets to Big Freedia at the Echoplex

Rescheduling her April Echoplex date to this Friday, May 9th, the Bounce music extraordinaire, Big Freedia is back and ready to give you some serious NOLA lovin’! Emerging from New Orleans, Big Freedia became the catalyst for popularizing bounce music from the ’90s until now. The best thing about a Big Freedia show is that everyone […]

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Stream the Pains of Being Pure at Heart’s new album, Days of Abandon

Photo credit: Shervin Lainez The Pains of Being Pure at Heart have shared their new album, Days of Abandon as a full album stream an entire week before its May 13th Yebo release date. This is the Pains’ third studio album, and the follow-up to 2011’s Belong. Produced by Andy Savours (My Bloody Valentine, Patrick […]

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Get your pre-sale tickets to First City Festival 2014

As we previously reported this past Monday morning, First City Festival will make its triumphant return for its second year in a row! With an incredible line-up featuring Beck, The National, Phantogram, CocoRosie, Cults, Dawes, Best Coast, and many more hot indie acts — the two-day festival will take place Saturday, August 23rd and Sunday, August 24th in […]

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Clap Your Hands Say Yeah book show date at The Troubadour

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah have scheduled a show date at The Troubadour in West Hollywood on Thursday, Aug. 7th! The band are touring in support release of their fourth studio album, Only Run, set for release on June 3rd. The new record will be the follow up to their 2011 release, Hysterical. Like the […]

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The Kooks return to L.A. with a show at The Roxy

If you missed their warm-up shows at the Troubadour this past March, The Kooks are back in Los Angeles with a headlining show date at The Roxy in West Hollywood on Friday, August 8th. The Kooks are touring in support of their fourth studio album, Listen. The record is set for release on Sept. 1st […]

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Stream La Sera’s new album, Hour Of The Dawn

Set for release via Hardly Art on May 13th, La Sera’s highly anticipated third album, Hour of the Dawn is now available for you to stream in full. Now that the lovely frontwoman, Katy Goodman has bid farewell to Vivian Girls, it’s time to celebrate the release of this new album. While La Sera’s self-titled debut album and sophomore album, Sees The Light  were both about heartbreak, Goodman […]

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Ray LaMontagne baptizes crowd in new album at Cathedral Sanctuary

Photo by @MaggieBryant Last night’s concert at the Cathedral Sanctuary at Immanuel Presbyterian Church was advertised as “An Intimate Presentation of Supernova with Ray LaMontagne“. The pitch perfect folk singer played through his new album, Supernova and sounded just as it would if it were a free stream of the release. Though the performance itself […]

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