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Watch “Weird Al” Yankovic’s parody of Iggy Azalea’s “Fancy”

From Nicki Minaj’s petty jealousy, all the way to Crosby, Stillls & Nash getting down with Iggy Azalea — it seems as though everyone in the music industry has something to say about Iggy Azalea and her hit song “Fancy”. The latest comes from the king of parodies, “Weird Al” Yankovic. Posed as a superman of […]

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La Roux to headline the Fonda Theatre this September

La Roux has a presale available for her upcoming show date at the Fonda Theatre on Tuesday, Sept. 23. If you missed her this past weekend at the Greek Theatre opening up for New Order, don’t miss her take center stage this September as she headlines the Fonda! La Roux is touring in support of […]

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Video Premiere: Wolfmother Share Live Video from the Echoplex for “Heavy Weight”

Wolfmother have shared a new live performance video from none other than one of our favorite underground Los Angeles venues, The Echoplex! You probably recall Wolfmother announcing a surprise show at the Echoplex this past May, and everyone talking about how rippin’ the set was (see photos here). Whether you were at this incredible one-off […]

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Earth to headline Hollywood Forever in support of Primitive And Deadly

Earth has announced a slew of tour dates with a headlining performance in Los Angeles at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. The band will hit the famed outdoor venue on Thursday, Sept. 11 with support from King Dude (scroll down for more tour dates). With nearly all instrumental music, Earth will deliver a chilling performance of experimental […]

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The Drums Have Scheduled a Date at the Mayan

The Drums are back in Los Angeles with a headlining show date at the Mayan on Sunday October 5th! We last caught the Brooklyn duo at the Jubilee Music & Arts Festival (which is now defunct). They played an incredible set, but the festival was a big fail. In addition to their Los Angeles date […]

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Slowdive to headline the Theatre at Ace in Downtown L.A.

Slowdive have announced a headlining show date at the Theatre at Ace Hotel on Saturday, Nov. 8. In addition to their upcoming FYF date on Aug. 23, the band will perform in the goregeous Theater at Ace as well as a slew of other tour dates (more below). Slowdive’s reunion kicked off this past May […]

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Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds Ace The Theatre at Ace

Photography: Bryan Olinger / Review: Sandra Burciaga Through the many arguments over fans standing in their seats and blocking views, one thing that everyone could agree on last night at The Theatre at Ace was the fact that Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds put on yet another electrifying performance. It was the first for […]

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The Best Concerts in Los Angeles – July 14 – June 20, 2014

Viva Pomona! is the this weekend, along with many other awesome shows! The best concerts happening in Los Angeles, Orange County and more neighboring cities are all here on Grimy Goods’ custom show list. From big names like Ringo Starr, DMX, and Bad Religion to some of our favorite underground bands such as Death Hymn […]

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Fatboy Slim and Nervo to headline Shrine Auditorium & Expo Hall

After getting bodies moving at Coachella, Fatboy Slim returns to Los Angeles with a headlining date at Shrine Auditorium & Expo Hall on Thursday, Sept. 18. Also on the evening’s bill are NERVO! Get ready to dance L.A., because this is going to be one bombastic show not to miss. This past June, Fatboy Slim […]

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Cloud Nothings and Metz Tear Down The Roxy with Explosive Performances

Cloud Nothings and Metz took The Roxy by storm last night for an incredible sold-out performance. Unfortunately we just barely missed the opening act, The Wytches, who we heard put on an excellent set. Each band was a powerhouse of pure noisy rock ‘n’ roll. Being in the pit with a camera is never a good idea; especially when you […]

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