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De Lux at Sleepless. Photo Farah Sosa
Photos: Sleepless goes disco with their latest Music Center after hours

The heat is starting and that means that multiple late night experiences are popping up in the City of Angels.  Visiting “Sleepless” the Music Center After Hours should absolutely be in your list of things to do in LA. On the latest edition of Sleepless, Disco took over the Dorothy Chandler Pavillion dressing up with […]

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Moby kicks off night one of three sold-out LA shows at the Echo with endless wit and charm

Richard Melville Hall also known as Moby has lined up three sold-out shows at The Echo.  The show included material from his new album Everything Was Beautiful, And Nothing Hurt and good old timeless songs that we all enjoy.  Filled with wit and charm, and accompanied by a five piece band, Moby went back and fourth with […]

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Seun Kuti and Egypt 80 drop colorful rainbow of Afrobeat and brass at Zebulon

FYF Fest has come strong on music diversity this year. However this variety display is not limited to the festival. “FYF Presents” brings a sizzling gumbo of shows to different LA venues throughout the year. Just recently, the new Frog Town concert venue, Cafe Zebulon hosted two packed nights of Afrobeat with a strong performance by Seun […]

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Robert Glasper Experiment brings a captivating dose of pleasurable sounds to the Fonda Theatre

The beginning of the week is hardly ever quiet in Los Angeles, we got options everyday. This week was no exception when the Fonda Theatre had a large crowd on a Monday night. Since early in the evening we were all ready to experience the sonic pleasures of the Robert Glasper Experiment. With a mix of […]

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Hot Band Alert: New York’s Sofi Tukker gives LA a dose of their dazzling bombast at Lyric Theatre

It was my first time at the Lyric Theatre, a venue in mid city that is shining through with its current music selections gracing the evenings. Last week, KCRW featured a night with New York-based indie electro-dance duo Sofi Tukker, with opening performance by Kauf. The place was at capacity from the jump off which made […]

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Woolf and the Wondershow
Up-and-coming LA duo, Woolf and the Wondershow leave lasting impression at HNYPT

The city of Angels has a bevy of unique spaces to display music. Some are underground, some are very well-known and some are even kept secret with passwords that will grant you access. Last week we had the chance to explore a live performance by Woolf and the Wondershow at the downtown LA art space known as […]

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The Aggrolites and Boogaloo Assassins Spark Up Explosive Grooves at The Echo

If you wanted a place to escape the cold on a Saturday night with the raddest West Coasters in town The Echo had it all for you. With a packed house, lines since doors opened and an eager crowd waiting for the bands to tear it up, The Echo welcomed The Aggrolites and Boogaloo Assassins for […]

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Celebrating 80 Years of Prohibition Appeal, Here are 5 of the Best Speakeasies in Los Angeles

IMAGNO/Austrian Archives — Getty Images I think we’re all thankful that 80 years ago today, prohibition was repealed and Americans were able to get legally drunk again. A positive aesthetic that came from prohibition and that has been growing in popularity today, are the speakeasy-type bars. From Hollywood hipsters to vacationing tourists, everyone loves the […]

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