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At The Drive-In photos Hollywood Palladium
At The Drive-In at Hollywood Palladium — unmatched energy, a wish fulfilled for many

The old Hollywood Palladium was ripped a new one this past Wednesday night, kicking off night one of two back-to-back At The Drive-In performances. For many fans, this was the first time they had ever seen the band live. The group broke up in 2001, a year after the release of their third studio album, Relationship Of […]

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The Faint
The Faint and Gang of Four to play The Mayan in Downtown LA — stream new song

Dance punk masters, The Faint are bringing their stage show back to Los Angeles with a concert date scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 20 at The Mayan in Downtown L.A. Sharing the stage with The Faint will be Gang of Four. Today The Faint shared a new song titled “Young & Realistic.” The five-minute track is the […]

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Tiger Army
Tiger Army to play Fonda Theatre Hollywood in support of new album V •••–

Tiger Army have announced a local show date at the Fonda Theatre in Hollywood. The Los Angeles rock ‘n’ punk trio will take the stage on Friday, July 15 with supporting act Jonny Two Bags & Reckless Ones. In addition to Tiger Army’s L.A. date, the band will kick off their tour on May 20 […]

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No Parents band
Watch No Parents’ new video for “Hey Grandma” — Show dates at Echoplex and Observatory

Los Angeles punks, No Parents have shared a cheeky new video for “Hey Grandma.” What starts off with a sweet piano ballad accented by a soft and tender-sounding choir, turns into a pop punk concierto. Armed with electric guitars instead of violins, and a dancing conductor (frontman Zoe Reign), No Parents’ video for “Hey Grandma” is something […]

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Kim & the Created announce 7-inch record release show at Echoplex — stream two new songs

Los Angeles local favorites, Kim & The Created have announced a “Get What I Want” 7-inch record release show at The Echoplex on Monday, May 2nd. Hot off the heels from touring with The Kills, the spitfire known as Kim House has picked up the bass and is ready to take that already impressive live […]

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white lung
White Lung to play Teragram Ballroom in July

Canadian punk rockers White Lung will return to Los Angeles after conquering SXSW last month. The trio will play the Teragram Ballroom on July 8 and have also shared a new song off their upcoming album Paradise, due out May 6 via Domino Records. “‘Kiss Me When I Bleed’ is about pride,” frontwoman Mish Barber-Way said […]

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Elvis Costello photo
Elvis Costello Charms Crowd with Classic Tunes and Personal Anecdotes at The Theatre at Ace Hotel

The beautiful Theatre at the Ace Hotel downtown served as the perfect setting on Saturday for the powerfully charming performance from legendary alternative rock/new-wave singer-songwriter/guitarist Elvis Costello. Atlanta based roots rock n’ roll sister duo Larkin Poe, aka Rebecca and Megan Lovell, opened the evening with their unique fusion of bluegrass and rock. They played […]

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Alice Bag to play record-release gig at The Echo in July

Punk rock legend Alice Bag has a date scheduled for The Echo on July 2, which will double as a record-release party for the solo album she raised funds to create via Kickstarter. We talked to Bag just last year about her book “Pipe Bomb for the Soul,” about another facet of Bag’s life when […]

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Drive Like Jehu
Do you compute? Drive Like Jehu rips through the Echoplex

  22 years; some of these me first, try hard kids at this show weren’t even conceived the last time Drive Like Jehu played in LA City. Now they stand straight legged and self-assured with lofty expectations of questionable origin. Five minutes into the set these milquetoast Snapchat warriors were all I could notice in […]

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Audacity
Hot New Music: Stream Audacity’s new song “Umbrellas” — LA date at The Smell

From underground LA gigs at The Echo and Los Globos to a pretty hefty tour that will take them across the U.S., Fullerton’s Audacity have been making a name for themselves in the Los Angeles underground music community and around. The cocksure quartet are ready to pummel your senses with the release of their fourth […]

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