Tag Archives: rock n roll

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Shakey Graves charms a sold-out Belasco with his powerful one-man-band prowess (and good looks)

It was a packed house at the Belasco Theater in downtown Los Angeles this past Wednesday, as the brawny Austin Texas singer-songwriter, Alejandro Rose-Garcia (aka Shakey Graves), took a sold-out Belasco Theater by storm with his anthemic blues rock. Rolling out a fierce one-man-band performance, Shakey Graves makes it look all so effortless. With eyes […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
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Watch Grimy TV’s festival mini documentary from Burgerama 2015

If you’ve never experienced the Orange County music festival that is Burgerama, you can watch Grimy TV’s latest music festival segment to get a dose of all the raw action. Our writer/videographer, Anne-Marie Schiefer took our GoPro HERO 4 and got in the thick of Burgerama 2015 at The Observatory. From the pit to the […]

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Video Premiere: Watch Isaac Rother & the Phantoms’ new video for “Heeby Jeebies”

Rising from the mystic rock ‘n’ roll underworld of Los Angeles, Isaac Rother & The Phantoms have premiered with Grimy Goods the video for their newly released single, “Heeby Jeebies”. Summoning the howling ghosts of Screamin’ Jay Hawkins, The Sonics, Screaming Lord Sutch and The Cramps, “Heeby Jeebies” will have you rockin’ and rollin’ all […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Ex Hex return to Los Angeles with headlining performance at The Roxy

The all female power trio, Ex Hex are coming back to Los Angeles with a headlining performance scheduled at The Roxy in West Hollywood on Friday, May 15th. The band recently played the Echo in support of their fiery debut album, Rips. Now the trio are back and ready to rip some more. Ex Hex are […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
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Band of Horses plug in and blast pure rock ‘n’ roll at one-off Observatory performance

Indie / alt country rockers, Band of Horses played to a rapt sold out crowd at The Observatory in Santa Ana last night. Packed like sardines, the audience was treated to favorites and new tracks from their forthcoming album (no release date as of yet). They took the stage with an announcement from lead singer […]

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Stream Sleater-Kinney’s new album “No Cities To Love”

Sleater-Kinney are streaming their new album, No Cities To Love, one week before its January 20th Sub Pop Records release date! As previously mentioned in our 16 Highly Anticipated Albums to be Excited for in 2015 feature, No Cities to Love is Sleater-Kinney’s first studio album in 10 years! The band has also announced a slew of […]

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Foo Fighters make live rock ‘n’ roll history with four-hour set joined by legendary rock stars at The Forum

Photo: Chris Yassan It is hard to guess how the Foo Fighters could ever top what they did last night at The Forum to celebrate lead man Dave Grohl’s birthday. Billed as Dave’s birthday bash, the show that was announced Thursday saw nearly a dozen special guests show up and play with the Foo Fighters. […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Cheetah Chrome featuring The Streetwalkin’ Cheetahs to Join James Williamson (The Stooges) at Bootleg HiFi

James Williamson, guitarist of iconic rock n’ roll group The Stooges, is presenting a special one night only performance of his recent solo album Re-Licked, at the Bootleg HiFi on Friday, January 16th. It’s just been announced that famed punk rock guitarist Cheetah Chrome (The Dead Boys, Rocket From the Tombs, The Batusis) has been […]

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Brian Setzer Orchestra serve up the rock ‘n’ roll holiday spirit at Nokia Theatre

The Brian Setzer Orchestra put on a very festive show this past Sunday at the Nokia Theater in Downtown Los Angeles. Boasting a variety of holiday, swing and classic covers, people of all ages came to see the spectacle. From the adorable toddler in the audience, (yes she had ear protection on) all the way […]

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Wes Marsala |
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Video Premiere: Dead Dawn “Live Near You”

Echo Park rockers, Dead Dawn have released their striking new video for “Live Near You”. Shot at the infamous scenic location, the Salton Sea, the video depicts a group of eccentric young adults rolling up to an abandoned shanty home as they park their El Camino and vintage motorcycle in what’s left of the driveway. […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
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Chrissie Hynde gives fans a lesson in rock ‘n’ roll at Pantages Theater

Well the middle aged rolled into the Pantages Theater this past Saturday to get rocked by Chrissie Hynde. Honestly, I know that Hynde’s prime was in the 80s, but her music still lives up to this day and I was shocked that there was not a larger mix of the old and younger generations. Although that theme would […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
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Listen to GZA’s remix of Hanni El Khatib’s “Moonlight”

After releasing its lead single “Moonlight” with an accompanying video, Hanni El Khatib has now shared GZA’s remix of his forthcoming album’s title track. We rarely post remixes on Grimy Goods because they’re usually just mediocre fillers to hype an album or some sort of artist news, but this Hanni El Khatib GZA remix is […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
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Foo Fighters announce North American tour with dates at The Forum and Honda Center

The Foo Fighters have schedule a Los Angeles show date at the Forum on September 21, 2015 and a show in Orange County at the Honda Center on September 18, 2015. In addition to their Southern California dates, the Foo Fighter have announced a slew of North American Tour Dates that will begin on the […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |