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Just Announced: Black Angels at the Observatory – Aug. 23, 2013
Just Announced: Black Angels at the Observatory – Aug. 23, 2013

  Didn’t get enough of the Black Angels the past month. After playing two amazing shows at both the Mayan and the Glass House, the Black Angels return for a headlining show date at the Observatory in Orange County on Friday, Aug. 23. And what an incredible and “black” line-up it will be with their […]

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SXSX 2013 Photos – John McCauley, Guards, Poolside & More!

Check out the SXSW bands we dug from Wednesday, March 13 featuring  John McCauley and Friends, Guards, Fat Tony and Tom Cruz, Rainbow Jackson, Poolside, Savages, Peace, and Hindu Pirates.  Lot’s more to come, stay tuned! Photography: DOMINOE FARRIS-GILBERT   JOHN MCCAULEY & FRIENDS GUARDS FAT TONY AND TOM CRUZ RAINBOW JACKSON POOLSIDE SAVAGES PEACE […]

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Hot Band Alert: Vinyl Williams – Lemniscate – Album Review

Hot Band Alert: Vinyl Williams – Lemniscate – Album Review While the Los Angels-based Viny Williams, led by the 22-year-old Lionel Williams, offer some trippy motives — I prefer to let the sound speak for itself. Falling into the shoegaze and psyche pop genres, Vinyl Williams carves out a much more primal niche with their debut […]

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New Video: Tame Impala – Feels Like We Only Go Backwards

Psychedelic Aussies, Tame Impala have dropped a colorful and mind-bending new video for ‘Feels Like We Only Go Backwards’, the latest single from their critically-acclaimed sophomore album Lonerism. Created by animators (and musicians) Joe Pelling & Becky Sloan, it’s a hypercolor wave, a visual imprint of their sonic landscape, and totally Tame Impala. Tame Impala has a sold-out […]

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Contest: Win Tickets to Futurebirds at the Satellite (Sept. 21, 2011)

  Stunningly poetic, the self-described “country/gospel/psychedelic” band  Futurebirds are coming to The Satellite along with indie grunge band WATERS  and experimental pop Loc Lochmond. These three bands offer a refreshing hodge-podge of  variety, each band touching upon a sub-genre of the beloved indie rock community. Tickets are $8-$10 and doors open at 8:30 p.m with the show starting at 9 p.m. This event is […]

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Contest: Win Tickets to Shpongle at the Wiltern (June 18, 2011)

Drugs or no drugs, your mind’s definitely gonna get warped into a psychedelic journey of beats, breaks and crazy visuals. The UK’s Shpongle, are headed to the Wiltern on Saturday, June 18! The duo comprised of Simon Posford (aka Hallucinogen) and Raja Ram (one third of The Infinity Project) are ready to play Shaman to […]

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“Luna” by The Aliens – Album Review

I’m spiraling on a sound-wave of musicianship with a harmonica on my way through a gliding rock tune called “Bobby’s Song.” This 10-minute musical track is broken down into various branches of stylistic blends from the 60s past with touches of modern wonder. By the 3rd minute it breaks down to a mystical flute/pipe tune […]

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Austin’s Brazos Unveil Cover Art and Tracklisting For “Phosphorescent Blues”

Delivering vocals as sweet as sugar sprinkled over delicate rhythms and soothing melodies, Austin’s latest indie sensation, Brazos, are trotting their way to our hearts with their delicious sound. Brazos began as the solo recording project of songwriter Martin Crane, who debuted his smart, lyrical songs in late 2007 with the acclaimed EPs “Feeding Frenzy” […]

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Wolf and Cub New Single "One To The Other" – FREE Download!

Looks like the Australian electro-psychadleic rockers, Wolf and Cub, have yet another fabulous single for you to get your grimy hands on. Download their electrifying bass driven single, “One To The Other” here for FREE! With its hypnotic bass and explosive guitars, “One To The Other” bends itself out of shape, recoils and surges back […]

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Jay Reatard at Alex’s Bar in Long Beach

If you have yet to hear about Jay Reatard, I highly suggest you get with it. The dude just slays live! Him, his bassist and drummer, all three make for some killer garage punk. The sound’s very reminiscent of mid 70’s punk, performed with enough energy to burn a hole through the roof! Not to […]

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