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Best Concerts in Los Angeles featuring TV On The Radio, Kaki King, Shannon & The Clams and more

Burgerama has come to an end, and Coachella is just around the corner. Sandwiched in between is a real nice slab of shows happening in Los Angeles, Orange County and more neighboring cities. This week we have TV On The Radio, Brian Fest (celebrating the music of Brian Wilson), Mumford & Sons, Kaki King and […]

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Best Concerts in Los Angeles featuring Burgerama, Pete Rock + Slum Village, Rocky Erickson & more

Now this is what concerts in Los Angeles are all about. This week’s show list is dripping with a tremendous amount of indie, alternative and underground acts. Not that much greatness in the mainstream work this week, except for maybe Boys II Men (yes, old school 90s R&B) and Weezer (headlining Burgerama). More importantly, this […]

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The Best Concerts in Los Angeles featuring Foo Fighters, Rancid, of Montreal & more

It’s SXSW week! Even though this week’s show list has seen better days, there’s still some great bands coming through this week. From the three-day event MUSINK featuring Rancid and Bad Religion, to Trash Talk with together Pangea, of Montreal, Beardyman, Tijuana Panthers, and even the Foo Fighters — Los Angeles still bustles with the […]

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The Best Concerts in Los Angeles featuring Wolf Alice, Fiona Apple, PRhyme & more

As band gear up for their annual pilgrimage to SXSW, Los Angeles is prime for up-and-coming acts that you should not miss. This week we have Wolf Alice, Title Fight, Gap Dream, Death Valley Girls, Young Rising Sons, Sex Stains, The Blank Tapes, The Two Tens and a lot more smaller bands taking the stage […]

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The Best Concerts in Los Angeles featuring Broods, Viet Cong, The Districts & more

It’s March and it looks like SXSW month is bringing a lot of great bands to Los Angeles. This week’s best concerts in Los Angeles feature a variety of genres such as indie soul artist Theophilus London, punk icon HR of Bad Brains, indie pop duo Broods, hip hop artist A$AP Ferg, folk singer, Brandi […]

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The Best Concerts in Los Angeles featuring Lucinda Williams, GZA, Dan Deacon & more

This week’s best concerts in Los Angeles start off with Lucinda Williams, The Black Ryder, GZA and Sweden’s Alice Boman, all performing at intimate venues. Once Friday hits, we are packed with a variety of great shows. From Dan Deacon and Caribou, to Kevin Morby and TheeSATISFACTION, there’s a lot of Los Angeles and Orange […]

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The Best Concerts in Los Angeles Featuring Flaming Lips, Billy Idol & The Pharcyde

The best concerts happening in Los Angeles, Orange County and more neighboring cities are all here on Grimy Goods’ custom show list, so look no further. This week we have the Billy Idol cutting out a hat-trick of performances at the Wiltern and The Observatory. Air + Style is making its way to Pasadena with […]

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The Best Concerts in Los Angeles featuring Father John Misty, Sparks, Dr. Dog & more!

This week is packed with excellent performances, must be something in that Valentine’s air. Father John Misty kicks off this week with a sold-out show at The Roxy. We also have smaller acts such as Cherry Glazerr, The Warlocks, Corners and Trash Talk putting on shows this week. Dr. Dog, Ben Howard, Sparks and Juicy […]

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The Best Concerts in Los Angeles featuring Dengue Fever, Hozier, Warpaint and more

This week’s best Los Angeles concerts feature Dengue Fever, Warpaint, Bass Drum of Death and many more solid acts. Patti Smith is set to perform one more Los Angeles show this week at The Roxy, while radio heavyhitter, Hozier hits a sold out show at the Fonda Theatre and Cage The Elephant clocks in this […]

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The Best Concerts in Los Angeles featuring Indigo Music Festival, Patti Smith and Band of Horses

Get ready for a week full of great music! This week we have the Indigo Music Festival featuring Deafheaven, Blonde Redhead, Deerhoof and many more acts. On the underground tip we have Nothing, Tony Molina, Wolf Alice, and The Creepy Creeps while bigger bands such as Patti Smith, Band of Horses and Sam Smith get […]

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