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Stream Leonard Cohen’s new album Popular Problems

A hip yet timeless figure in music, Leonard Cohen is back with his 13th studio album, Popular Problems. The album is available for you to stream one week before its Sept. 23 Columbia Records release date. A poetic philosopher of many identities, Cohen’s new album arrives slow and dark, touching on all emotions from joy […]

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Leighton Meester headlines Troubadour in support of debut album

The OG Gossip Girl, Leighton Meester is back at the music thing once again and has announced a headlining show date at the Troubadour on Tuesday, Oct. 28. We last caught the sultry brunette at the Hotel Cafe in 2011 and were pleasantly surprised that the actress-gone-singer can actually sing! Leighton Meester has announced the […]

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Girlpool share new master of “Jane” — an empowering, yet twangalicous song

Up-and-coming Los Angeles duo, Girlpool have shared a new master of their song “Jane.” Aside from the annoying and very girly squeals, the song is actually pretty empowering. The song reads like a story and the moral of it is, don’t fuck with Jane; she’ll punch you in the mouth if you do her wrong. […]

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The Entrance Band and Drinking Flowers infect the Satellite with sick psychedelic grooves

It’s always an flash-backing sonic pleasure when we get to see The Entrance Band live. The trio drip of all that 60 psych a la Jefferson Airplane, Pink Floyd, and The Doors. Frontman, Guy Blakeslee lures you into his chaotic world of echoing guitar howls and cryptic vocals, as Paz Lenchantin seduces you on the bass […]

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Death From Above 1979, Future Islands & more to headline Red Bull Sound Select’s 30 Days in LA

Ask any venue booker how difficult it is to set up one show and they’ll tell you it can be a huge pain in the ass. Extrapolate that over the course of 30 days in one city across multiple venues, and the task seems downright impossible. Tuesday, Red Bull Sound Select announced that they’ve managed […]

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Ryan Bingham announces solo acoustic date at The Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever

Contain yourself ladies (and some gents), Ryan Bingham has announced a solo acoustic date at the The Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever. The handsomely bearded singer-songwriter, who won an Oscar for writing the song “The Weary Kind” for the movie Crazy Heart (and was also nominated for a GRAMMY) will headline The Masonic Lodge on […]

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Johnny Marr to headline the Glass House in Pomona

Get stoked Johnny Marr fans! Legendary guitarist, Johnny Marr has announced a headlining concert date at the Glass House in Pomona. Known for his incredible work with the The Smiths, Modest Mouse and The Cribs, Marr is set to perform at the Glass House on Tuesday, Dec 16. Marr is touring in support of his […]

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The Best Concerts in Los Angeles – September 8 – 14, 2014

It’s not the best show week ahead, but it’s not the worst. This week we have the Mad Decent Block Party popping off with Diplo and STRFKR. We also have the rock supergroup, Dead Man Walking coming through with two performances. From the new king of soul, Charles Bradley to the all-instrumental slayers, Earth — […]

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Ride the waves in Cymbals Eat Guitars’ new “Laramie” video

Cymbals Eat Guitars’ newest release LOSE is already one of the best emo-revival records of the year. It may even be the best to come out since the Ian Cohen coined movement has started. The surging LP is loud, innovative and incredibly relatable for both those currently dealing with angsty teendom and those who remember […]

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Made In America Los Angeles Reviewed: the good, the bad and the fugly

This past weekend marked the inaugural Made In America festival in Los Angeles. Though this festival has been running the past few years in Philadelphia, the promoters undertook a huge effort in running one in the heart of downtown LA, with City Hall serving as the backdrop to a main stage that would showcase the […]

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