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Win an iOgrapher Video Bundle — Get your DIY videography on!

iOgrapher is paving the way for bringing DIY video/photography projects to a whole new level with their life, camera, action ethos and the technology to support it. The iOgrapher case transforms an iPad Mini, Air or Air2 into a user-friendly shooting powerhouse. Whether you’re filming a backyard concert, interviewing a local band at a festival […]

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The 40 Best Los Angeles Concerts This June

Robert Plant & The Sensational Space Shifters June gloom? Nah, I don’t think so. At least not when it comes to the wide array of fabulous must-see concerts in Los Angeles this June. This month’s round up features several boss shows, from local hip-hop legend Aceyalone to pop guru Brian Wilson to garage-psych upstarts Cosmonauts – […]

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Refused whips through The Observatory Santa Ana revealing new songs and classics

As part of their highly anticipated run of small club tour dates, Refused pummeled the Observatory in Santa Ana this past Monday, along with supporting acts White Lung and Turbo Negro. It was truly a perfect lineup of punk music. The influential Swedish hardcore punks made their triumphant return loud and clear. Touring in celebration […]

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La Mala Rodríguez stings the El Rey with a powerful Spanish hip hop performance

Mala (Spanish for bad) Rodríguez (born Maria Rodríguez), belongs to a wave of female hip hop artists making noise world wide. Born in Cadiz, Spain, she is part of a generation that built their own identity rhyming about strength, social issues, rough lifestyle vs the money-making hip hop we get bombarded through the ole American mainstream. […]

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The 50 Best Los Angeles Concerts This May

Pianos Become The Teeth The Coachella season madness has now subsided but you can still get your music fix as we head into May. As the temperature outside increases so does the number of hot live music shows to attend. We’ve got old school garage-punk comebacks The Sonics and new school wild kids Twin Peaks stirring things […]

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José González warms hearts at first night of sold-out Regent performances

With sighs and hushes, to no surprise, The Regent Theatre was taken over at full capacity with a sold-out performance by folk singer-songwriter, José González. Born to Argentinean parents in Sweden, González has just released a new album titled Vestiges and Claws. The highly anticipated record comes after a seven-year hiatus and was self-produced by González. I had […]

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Music with a message: Saul Williams delivers an intense performance at The Roxy

He’s a poet, a musician, a performer, an artist, and above all, an incredible human. I’m talking about the extraordinary renaissance man known as Saul Williams. The talented New York artist performed at The Roxy last night. Stirring up the crowd with sounds from his forthcoming album MartyrLoserKing scheduled to drop this July via FADER Label, L.A. fans were definitely […]

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Recommended: Fool’s Gold New Album “Flying Lessons” & Interview with Luke Top

Whittled down to a quartet, Los Angeles Afro-pop infused indie outfit Fool’s Gold, may have the least amount of band members than ever before but they are really getting down to the good stuff, the cream filling if you will, of their unique sound. Their third album, Flying Lessons (ORG Music), is scheduled for a limited release […]

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Record Store Day 2017
How to Avoid Being a Douche on Record Store Day

  “Do yourself a tremendous favor and go to a record store today. The relatively mild exertion of getting off your computer-shackled ass and venturing out to find the object of your desire, the thrill of moving through actual space and time, through row upon row of records, and the tactile ecstasy of fondling the […]

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Celso Piña shows fans at the Troubadour what El Rebelde del Acordeon is all about

There are beats that will always get you shaking and stomping, and Cumbia is one of them. In a city as large and diverse as Los Angeles, these vibrant Afro-Colombian sounds are reaching a myriad of music venues, and new fans like there’s no tomorrow. Last night at the Troubadour, gathered a mass of Cumbia lovers. Elbow-to-elbow they […]

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