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Hot Show Alert: Natalie Prass schedules LA date at Moroccan Lounge

Singer-songwriter, Natalie Prass has announced a Los Angeles headline date at the Moroccan Lounge for Tuesday, March 20. Supporting Prass at the Moroccan Lounge will be Jackie Cohen. A sweet songbird that is both understated and completely mesmerizing at the same time, Natalie Press is quite the jewel live. She has a sing-song quality to her music that is sweet while hitting with […]

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Fleet Foxes make blissful return with moving performance at Observatory North Park

The Observatory down in North Park, San Diego packed its house Thursday evening for a night to remember. Opening the show was Natalie Prass. The poised and commanding singer shined. With her almost breathless yet crooning vocal stylings, Prass shows she is one to watch. Her music is very distinct in resembling the slow-burning soul […]

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Win Tickets to Natalie Prass at the Echoplex

The singer-songwriter Natalie Prass has been making waves with the release of her self-titled debut album, dropped earlier this year. Initially, Prass was a keyboardist for Jenny Lewis’ touring band which eventually led her to where she currently stands. A sweet songbird that is both understated and completely mesmerizing at the same time. She has a sing-song quality to […]

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Outside Lands day one rocks with performances by St. Vincent, Strand of Oaks, Natalie Prass & more

It’s early August and once again San Francisco’s gem, Golden Gate Park is transformed into a playground for music fans as Outside Lands hosted their annual three day extravaganza offering up a broad mix of styles from the uber famous to lesser known up and comers, and to even lesser know locals from around the […]

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Pitchfork Music Festival Day 1: Stand out performances by Wilco, Steve Gunn, iLoveMakonnen & more

Pitchfork (the media company, the brand, the behemoth) reminds me a lot of Coachella. Specifically: Most of the reasons people hate on it are totally valid, but after you accept all that; it’s still the dopest company in their field. Pitchfork Music Festival did not disappoint. The main issue with so many city-based festivals is that […]

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Natalie Prass will headline The Echo in October

Natalie Prass has booked a headlining show date at The Echo on Friday, October 23. The charming singer-songwriter, who toured as a member of Jenny Lewis‘ band last year just released her debut self-titled album this past Janaury and she’s ready to showcase it for Los Angeles fans. We last caught Prass at SXSW: “Her […]

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5 Early-Afternoon Sasquatch! Acts Worth Checking Out

Grimy Goods contributor Mark E. Ortega is embarking on a six-week music festival tour around the United States. After stops in the south at Shaky Knees and Hangout Fest, Mark’s returning to the west coast for Sasquatch! at The Gorge in Washington for Memorial Day weekend. Here’s a look at some early-afternoon acts you shouldn’t miss […]

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Watch Grimy TV’s festival mini documentary from SXSW 2015

A couple weeks ago we sent our writer and video correspondent (Mark E. Ortega) to the musical madness that is South By Southwest for a five-day music bender. We wanted to capture the SXSW experience on video so people that have not been, can see what SXSW is all about. Not to mention, what the […]

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SXSW Friday — The Ladies rule: Elle King, Natalie Prass, Charlotte OC & more

All week I knew that Friday promised to be the busiest day for me music-wise from beginning to end. From noon to 1:30 AM, I hit five different venues and got to see a dozen different acts, almost all of which I hadn’t gotten a chance to see the previous two days. My day started […]

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Despite an LA audience that didn’t know how to STFU, Hundred Waters puts El Rey crowd into trance

If I was to guess what music would sound like in the year 2200, it would resemble something like Hundred Waters. Combining electronic and folk music seamlessly, the Florida four-piece delivered a hypnotic set at the El Rey Theatre on Friday night. Playing material from their 2014 release The Moon Rang Like a Bell, Hundred Waters […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |