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Drive Like Jehu thrash the Glass House like it’s 1994

Last night, Drive Like Jehu performed their highly awaited Los Angeles reunion show at The Glass House in Pomona. Drive Like Jehu reunited late last year with a reunion show at the Spreckels Organ Pavillon in Balboa Park — 19 years after Jehu’s disbanded. The reunion show was a success and naturally, left Jehu fans from all over the […]

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The 45 Best Los Angeles Concerts This April

TV on the Radio No good concerts this month in Los Angeles folks. Sorry, check back next month. April Fools! We’re just kidding, there’s a plethora of badass shows to check out as the busy Coachella fueled side shows are ruling the lay of the land this April. Whether you’re attending Coachella or not, you’ll […]

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Malabomba’s 50th party brings back the heat with Mexico 68 and Red Baraat at Echoplex

Red Baraat Los Angeles might be out of the heat wave for now, giving place to storms very well felt through its incoming live music. Last night, The Echoplex was bursting with explosive music delivering two heavy hitters in one night. The party crew Malabomba brings the wildest pan-global international music parties in The City of […]

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The Best Concerts in Los Angeles featuring Wolf Alice, Fiona Apple, PRhyme & more

As band gear up for their annual pilgrimage to SXSW, Los Angeles is prime for up-and-coming acts that you should not miss. This week we have Wolf Alice, Title Fight, Gap Dream, Death Valley Girls, Young Rising Sons, Sex Stains, The Blank Tapes, The Two Tens and a lot more smaller bands taking the stage […]

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9 Best Ways to Celebrate Women’s History Month Through Music

March is Women’s History Month and what better way to celebrate than to honor the female musicians and artists, from past to present, who have enriched our lives and inspired us. Here in Los Angeles, online and via alternative media, there are several opportunities to further explore and learn about how women, across generations, have […]

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The Best Concerts in Los Angeles featuring Broods, Viet Cong, The Districts & more

It’s March and it looks like SXSW month is bringing a lot of great bands to Los Angeles. This week’s best concerts in Los Angeles feature a variety of genres such as indie soul artist Theophilus London, punk icon HR of Bad Brains, indie pop duo Broods, hip hop artist A$AP Ferg, folk singer, Brandi […]

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The 38 Best Los Angeles Concerts This March

Milk Music While it may still technically be winter, spring is fast-approaching and things are really beginning to heat up on the concert front in Los Angeles this March, not to mention, it’s SXSW month. There are plenty of reasons to celebrate the changing of the seasons – from the old school: godfather of psych […]

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The Black Ryder let fans into “The Door Behind The Door” at The Echo record release show

Los Angeles’ The Black Ryder celebrated the release of their new LP, The Door Behind The Door this past Wednesday at The Echo, the same venue in which they made their Los Angeles debut back in 2011. Released on February 24th via the band’s own imprint The Anti-Machine Machine in conjunction with The Orchard, the new album picks up […]

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The Best Concerts in Los Angeles featuring Lucinda Williams, GZA, Dan Deacon & more

This week’s best concerts in Los Angeles start off with Lucinda Williams, The Black Ryder, GZA and Sweden’s Alice Boman, all performing at intimate venues. Once Friday hits, we are packed with a variety of great shows. From Dan Deacon and Caribou, to Kevin Morby and TheeSATISFACTION, there’s a lot of Los Angeles and Orange […]

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Win a Stax Records Music & Clothing Swag Bundle

Memphis’ legendary Stax Records have helped launch the careers of many prominent African American artists since their inception in 1959 and they continue to play an integral part in showcasing the immense musical talents of timeless artists such as Otis Redding, Sam & Dave, Booker T & the MG’s, Wilson Pickett, and Staples Singers, just to […]

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