Tag Archives: shoegaze

brass box
Brass Box Bring Their Shoegaze Mythology to the Echo for June Residency

If you plan on attending the Echo on Mondays in June, remember your earplugs—there will be noise. Local quartet Brass Box will be the month’s residency headliners, with an overflowing cast of supporting artists sure to worsen your tinnitus. This coming Monday will include Lone Priestess (which includes Kimi Recor of DRAEMINGS) and the dreamy […]

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Zoe Elaine |
Wild Nothing at the Regent
Wild Nothing’s Return to the Stage at the Regent was a Riotous Celebration

Even for a Friday night, on October 27th the Regent buzzed with heavy anticipation. The venue filled quickly as the show started, which bottlenecked the entrance and caused a line that stretched well past the cafe next door. Fans of Wild Nothing and Men I Trust sold out the show about a month ahead of […]

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Zoe Elaine |
Winter
Premiere: Winter Throws a Technicolor Party in Video for “You Don’t Know Me”

Friendship is complicated. Growing older can cause friction between even the thickest of thieves, especially if one has decided to turn away from a life of crime. Samira Winter and her namesake band explore a fading relationship on “You Don’t Know Me” from their spring LP release, Ethereality. Watch the new video exclusively below. Outside […]

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Zoe Elaine |
francine thirteen
Show Review: The ritual of Francine Thirteen, with support from Glitter Trails at the Satellite LA

The Satellite was never a venue I could pigeonhole for any particular genre. You may wander in and see a dream rock quintet, or even a mystical performance art piece, and possibly both on the same night, as it was this past Tuesday. Glitter Trails opened up for Francine Thirteen, covering both ends of the […]

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Zoe Elaine |
oddnesse
Hot Band Alert: Entering the World of Oddnesse

It’s hard to imagine the world without constant turmoil, isn’t it? Last week was a doozy given all the natural disasters, from hurricanes to wildfires to an earthquake that should give every Angeleno some cause for concern. Art is a healthy distraction. Songs can transport you to another world, or rather connect you through a […]

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Umm
Stefanie Drootin and Chris Senseney of Big Harp Didn’t Stutter in New Project, Umm

Stefanie Drootin and Chris Senseney have formed a new apathetic project, appropriately called Umm, with a full-length LP due out next week. The two of them have been playing in bands for over a decade, separately when they were younger and more recently together, with drummer Daniel Ocanto, in Big Harp. Their origins lie in […]

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Jay Som
Jay Som delivers glossy performance at The Echo supported by Plush and Los Angeles Police Department

The generously talked about songwriter Melina Duarte, known as Jay Som, hosted a vinyl release party for her record Turn Into this Saturday night at The Echo in Los Angeles. The 22-year old just got off a tour with Mitski and Japanese Breakfast (where I actually discovered her). The album was uploaded onto Bandcamp last year […]

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Danielle Gornbein |
An Interview with Michael Stock: We Discuss All Things Part Time Punks – From Founding PTP to Vinyl Addiction to Booking Obscure Bands

Part Time Punks, founded in 2005 by DJ and vinyl collector extraordinaire Michael Stock, has a long and storied history in the Los Angeles music scene, providing one of the most beloved club nights (and subsequent KXLU radio show) that features punk, post-punk, new wave, industrial, synth-pop, shoegaze, and other dark, off-beat and deeply satisfying […]

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Emily Saex |
Lush at Fonda Theatre, Hollywood
Lush remain shoegaze giants after blissful Fonda Theatre gig

Shoegaze pioneers, Lush played a nostalgic set for long time fans at the Fonda Theatre in Hollywood this past Saturday night. It was magical seeing these legends take the stage and perform in a new era; an era in which so many modern acts have taken some serious cues from Lush. Lush took fans on […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Autolux at Constellation Room
Photos: Autolux envelope fans at Constellation Room with pure aural and visual bliss

Over the weekend, Los Angeles’ Autolux played an incredible 15-song set in the Observatory’s intimate Constellation Room. The L.A. trio started their set on a slower tone with “Reappearing” from their latest album Pussy’s Dead. With deep synth and bass layers, and delicate vocals the song immediately set the tone for the evening. The compelling imagery projected […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
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