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Grimy Goods Presents: Sharkmuffin with Rachel Goodrich & The Grrrls and Washing Machines at the Satellite

UPDATE: Some good news! The show is now FREE! We’ve also added Rachel Goodrich & the Grrls to the line-up since Wax Children had an emergency. AND one of our favorite drummers, Patty Schemel (ex Hole, Death Valley Girls, Upset, etc.) will be sitting in on the drums with Sharkmuffin since Janet has an arm […]

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Remembering J Dilla: Top Five Songs Produced by J Dilla

This past Monday marked the death of hip hop producer extraordinaire J Dilla, a Detroit native who  also lived and worked in Los Angeles, cultivating the sounds of such artists as Common, Slum Village, The Roots, De La Soul, and A Tribe Called Quest. Dilla put the beats and rhythms of underground hip hop on […]

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Win tickets to Amon Amarth with Enslaved at the Wiltern!

The Viking ship is docking at The Wiltern this Saturday, February 15th. the melodic death metal giants, Amon Amarth are headlining the Wiltern for an evening of metal. Known for their lengthy and ferocious sets that incite a fan frenzy of mosh pits, beers flying, crowd surfing and shirtless warriors — Amon Amarth will perform at […]

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Women Crush Wednesday: The Casket Girls

Goth and pop? Isn’t the combination of the two blasphemy? Well if it is or isn’t, the Casket Girls have done it well. Sisters, Phaedra and Elsa Greene create “eerie” (but not so eerie) dream pop that will have every high school hipsterette singing along to their tunes. From sweet and innocent tunes, to fuzz […]

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Just Announced: Nobunny, Hunx & His Punx, Shannon & the Clams at Echoplex

Nobunny at the Casbah — Photo by Big Swig for Grimy Goods Ain’t no show like a Nobunny show. It’s always a special treat when our favorite nasty bunny comes to Los Angeles to deliver his punk-fueled incredible stage show. It’s even better when Nobunny teams up with some more of our favorite I-dont-give-a-fuck punk […]

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Just Announced: An Evening with the Nels Cline Singers at Largo at the Coronet

Guitar explorer Nels Cline is best known these days as the lead guitarist in the band Wilco. Beyond Wilco, another project he leads are the Nels Cline Singers (featuring Scott Amendola and bassist Trevor Dunn). Yesterday, the trio announced their fifth new album, MACROSCOPE, which will be out on April 29 (with a vinyl release […]

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Jello Biafra And The Guantanamo School Of Medicine at the Roxy Theatre this April

Photo credit: Jello Biafra And The Guantanamo School Of Medicine’s Facebook Some 20 years ago or so, Jello Biafra’s political punk brainchild, the Dead Kennedys officially disbanded. After that Biafra created bands such as Lard, Jello Biafra and the Melvins and he peformed with many other bands. It wasn’t’ until Iggy Pop’s 60th birthday gig […]

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Music Man Crush Monday: Simon Neil of Biffy Clyro

Photo credit: Biffy Clyro’s Myspace page Whether cleaned-up and dapper or rockin’ that sweaty long hair and beard with no shirt on, Simon Neil, the leading man of Scottish alt rock band, Biffy Clyro is one beautiful human being. He can put on a pair of silly angel wings and resemble Jesus with that long luscious […]

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Photos: Los Crudos, Infest & more hardcore punk bands obliterate the Echoplex

First things first, if you don’t like your music loud and fast, you do not belong at a Los Crudos show. The band’s sold-out show at the Echoplex was an explosion of noise, sweat, and bodies flyine everywhere. I was coming back from a photo shoot, so I had my backpack with me. I learned the […]

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Watch Gardens & Villa’s new music video for “Bullet Train”

Santa Barbara’s Gardens & Villa just released their sophomore album Dunes, last week via Secretly Canadian. With addictive melodies, cunning bass lines and those charming vocals the handsome boys are known for — Gardens & Villa are sure to win hearts with this bright and sunny album that was produced in the snowy tundra of […]

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Los Angeles Concerts Calendar: Feb. 10 – 16, 2014

A Million Billion Dying Suns — Photo by Casey Lewis for Grimy Goods Alright, lovers — it’s Valentine’s week! And while there’s a ton of great shows on Valentine’s Day (click here for our V-day concert feature, there’s also a hefty selection of concerts going on throughout the week such as: Band of Horses, A […]

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The Best Valentine’s Day Concerts in Los Angeles

Spiritualized — Photo by Will Tee Yang for Grimy Goods Are you asking yourself, “what should I do for Valentines Day in Los Angeles?” As if you didn’t already know, our fine city of Angels hosts some of the best nightlife the world. From a plethora of concerts to choose from on the daily, why […]

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Recommended New Album Streams: Temples, Fanfarlo, Py Py & more

This week’s Friday round up of albums streams are pretty damn good. From ’76 punk-inspired tunes and fantasy-like electro folk, to British invasion psych pop and more — all the albums below are worth a listen. Stream our recommended new albums stream before their release dates featuring Temples, Fanfarlo, Py Py, the Casket Girls and […]

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