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Israeli sister trio, A-WA sparkle and spellbind at The Echo

A-WA This past Wednesday, things kicked off early at The Echo with a an anxious room that was packed well before before 8PM. The crowd was excited for what was about to ensue. A-WA, the band of Israeli sisters known as Tair, Liron and Tagel, were about to make their Los Angeles debut. The unique trio have […]

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Interviews With Evelyn McDonnell, Penelope Spheeris & Vega Darling: We Talk Grrrls On Film, Feminism, Punk Rock & More

What better way to celebrate Women’s History Month than at Grrrls On Film, a three day film and music festival at Loyola Marymount University this Friday, March 18th through Sunday, March 20th. Grrrls On Film will feature some amazing feminist voices who will be sharing their stories and experiences via film, live music, workshops and […]

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51 Best Los Angeles Concerts This March featuring Bruce Springsteen, Burger X, Animal Collective

Best Coast Get on the March concert train because it is full steam ahead from the 1st to the 31st. From the punk rock pits with old-schoolers Battalion of Saints and Face to Face to buzzworthy UK artists such as singer-songwriter Oscar and Irish rock outfit September Girls. There’s also a slew of must-see residency nights […]

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44 Best Los Angeles Concerts This February: Black Sabbath, Metric, Wet and more

Unknown Mortal Orchestra The concert season is booming this February with plenty of concerts to attend and great artists old and new alike to fall in love with. Wanna get into a heavy dance groove this Valentine’s Day with your loved one? Check out a great double bill such as the dirty reggae and Latin soul of The […]

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38 Best Los Angeles Concerts This January: Patti Smith, Erykah Badu, Charlift and more

A Place to Bury Strangers Time to ring in 2016! We can’t believe it’s here already either but we’re stoked that there’s an eclectic variety of concerts to attend this January. Jam hard every Tuesday with psych-soul-jazz atmospheric outfit Brainstory or catch old school industrial rockers Killing Joke‘s one-of-a-kind show. Support badass ladies in music […]

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Holiday Giveaway! Win Sonos Play: 1 Wireless Speakers

Sonos is at the top of their game when it comes to producing high quality, app-controlled, wireless speakers that pump out crystal clear sound, so that you can enjoy the ease and convenience of using wireless technology without ditching sound quality. If you’re not already convinced of how badass these speakers are just check out Grimy Goods writer […]

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8 Best Holiday Gifts for Music, Movie & Pop Culture Lovers

All ye music, movie and pop culture lovers be merry and bright because we’ve curated a great list of awesome gifts that you can get for the special people in your life. You may also find that you dig ’em so much that you just might have to treat yo’self to a little something special […]

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40 Best Concerts in Los Angeles This December

The Grouch & Eligh (w/ Murs) Happy Holidays Grimy Goods fans and readers! We’re happy to announce that there’s not much of a holiday slump this December for Los Angeles concert-goers. We’ve got hip hop heroes such as The Grouch and Eligh, J. Rocc and DJ Spinna and Open Mike Eagle and Serengeti blazing trails on […]

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44 Best Los Angeles Concerts This November

Thee Commons While the concert heavy month of Rocktober leaves much to be desired, November isn’t letting us down. Be thankful concert heads because there are plenty of chances this month to catch some spectacular live acts. From living legends like Dave Davies of The Kinks bringing down the house old-school style to up-and-coming pop stars […]

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Beirut and Julia Holter warm Hollywood Palladium with enchanting performances

Last night, with all kinds of sweetness in the air, the Hollywood Palladium kicked off night one of two blissful evenings with New Mexico’s brightest stars, Beirut. Along with the charming sounds of Beirut was the hauntingly beautiful opening performance by Julia Holter. Who will also perform as direct support for night two (tonight). Early in the evening, […]

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