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Sharon Van Etten, Angel Olsen, and Julien Baker offered two nights of ardent wonder at the Greek Theatre for their Wild Hearts Tour

The Wild Hearts tour finally graced the Greek Theatre this week with two back-to-back shows as Sharon Van Etten, Angel Olsen, and Julien Baker took the stage to serenade fans with their ardent songwriting. It was the kind of lineup you get once in a very blue moon — and the trio made good on […]

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Five Must See Shows in Los Angeles This July – Part 3

With August right around the corner, Grimy Goods has five more must see shows to liven up your July. Featuring a broad array of artists, from groundbreaking instrumentalist Les Claypool to sultry soul singer Leon Bridges. Ticket prices range between $19 – $165. And, be sure to check out Part 1 and Part 2 of […]

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Julien Baker shares a first listen for “B-Sides” EP with new single “Guthrie” — LA Dates at Greek Theatre July 28 & 29

Julien Baker has shared a first listen of her upcoming B-Sides EP with the release of “Guthrie,” the first of three songs to be recorded during her Little Oblivions sessions. As expected, the new single wields all the hallmarks of the singer/songwriter’s heart-rending introspections. Baker will perform at the Greek Theatre Los Angeles on July […]

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Album Review: Sharon Van Etten kindles fickle hope on “We’ve Been Going About This All Wrong”

For all intents and purposes, Sharon Van Etten’s sixth studio album We’ve Been Going About This All Wrong is a luminous recounting of the pandemic era. It’s a worn phrase that’s been tossed around a lot recently – the “pandemic” or “quarantine” album – sometimes in ways that beg for definition as even our collective […]

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Second Date added! Angel Olsen, Sharon Van Etten, Julien Baker at the Greek Theatre LA
Get Tickets Angel Olsen, Sharon Van Etten, and Julien Baker at Greek Theatre LA July 28 & 29

We all knew one show was not enough for these beloved voices. A second concert date at the Greek Theatre LA has been added for The Wild Hearts Tour featuring Angel Olsen, Sharon Van Etten and Julien Baker with special guest *Quinn Christopherson Spencer. The new show date is scheduled for July 28. Tickets for […]

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Sharon Van Etten, Angel Olsen, Julien Baker announce LA concert at Greek Theatre + The Wild Hearts Tour

Sharon Van Etten, Angel Olsen and Julien Baker will headline the Greek Theatre, Los Angeles on Friday, July 29. The three influential singer-songwriters just announced their co-headlining tour titled The Wild Hearts Tour. The highly anticipated tour will take the three singers across North America this July and August performing in mostly outdoor venues with […]

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Remi Wolf at Outside Lands 2021
Photos: Outside Lands Day 1 Highlights — Remi Wolf, Sharon Van Etten, Bartees Strange, Khruangbin and more

As everyone begins to feel their way into the new world of “almost” post pandemic it’s worth noting that nothing is the “same as it ever was” (sorry David Byrne). And as the big music fests put their feet into the water, Outside Lands was noticeably different from years past. Make of it what you […]

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Shamir offers a heart-wrenching and lush cover of “Dsharpg” for Sharon van Etten’s “epic Ten”

Sharon van Etten has tapped the eclectically talented Shamir for her latest single/cover off epic Ten, this time for a visceral rework of the sonorous ballad “Dsharpg” off Etten’s Epic. In keeping with the other singles that have been previewed so far, like IDLES version of “Peace Signs,” the covers are loyal to the raw […]

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IDLES share a punkish rework of Sharon van Etten’s “Peace Signs” for ‘Epic’ Ten Year Anniversary

Epic Ten the anniversary reissue of Sharon van Etten’s album Epic has been heralded with the arrival of IDLES‘ cover of the song “Peace Signs.” Offering their punkish sentiments and a rollicking vigor to the song’s virulent melancholy, IDLES translate the song loyally into a powerful crescendo of dueling guitars and clamorous percussion without losing […]

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Sharon Van Etten and Josh Homme collaborate
Sharon Van Etten and Josh Homme collaborate on heartfelt quarantine video covering Nick Lowe’s “(What’s So Funny ‘Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding?”

Sharon Van Etten and Josh Homme have teamed up for a poignant cover of Nick Lowe’s “(What’s So Funny ‘Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding?” The song was recently featured on  Hulu’s new TV series, The Great. Led by the touching vocals of Van Etten, Homme also lends those buttery vocals, along with some lulling slide guitar and percussion. […]

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Sharon Van Etten “sold out the fucking Ace” and delivered an electrifying performance

Friday night and the feeling was so right down town at the Theatre at Ace for a night of musical therapy. Sharon Van Etten sold the beautiful space out to strike us with her matchless talent. Warming up the audience was Nilüfer Yanya. The young musician hails from West London with great presence. I know […]

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Sasquatch! 2015 roundup — the good, the bad, and the surprising

This past Memorial Day Weekend, I flew from Los Angeles to Seattle for my first ever Sasquatch! Music Festival at The Gorge. I found a ride and camp mates via a ride-sharing site and arrived Thursday mid-afternoon, with the music kicking off Friday and extending all the way through the Monday holiday. It was my first […]

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The 20 Hottest Women in Indie Music (and then some)

As we noted in our 20 Hottest Men in Indie Music feature last month, it’s hard not to fall in love with a talented musician when they’re on stage giving you a memorable performance. Now it’s time to give the accomplished ladies their shine. From their extraordinary talents, to the way they own the stage, and […]

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