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Spaceland Block Party makes its Downtown LA debut with stacked bill featuring Joey Bada$$, Vic Mensa, The Horrors

Spaceland Presents has announced their first ever Block Party! Taking over the streets of downtown Los Angeles this September 16-17, the all-ages Spaceland Block Party is expected to be LA’s biggest end of summer blowout party. The first ever Spaceland Block Party will feature Joey Bada$$, Vic Mensa, Highly Suspect, The Horrors, Big Wild and […]

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Budos Band at The Regent -- Photo by Farah Sosa
8 Things You need to Know About Spaceland’s Merger with the Knitting Factory

Keep calm and carry on! Don’t worry Los Angeles underground / indie music lovers, the folks at Spaceland Presents “aren’t changing anything” — and that’s coming straight from the horse’s mouth! After reading the huge news yesterday via Billboard that Spaceland has merged with Knitting Factory Entertainment (KFE), with KFE now owning a 49 percent […]

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The Echo empire continues to grow with Mitchell Frank’s latest and biggest Downtown L.A. venue, the Regent Theatre

From the bro-ed out sands of Santa Monica, to the hipster-infested hills of Echo Park, the Echo and Spaceland Presents have been dominating the indie music scene the past 18 years. What started off as a small local music venue, has grown into a full blown indie virus that is just as infectious in spreading hot new music, as […]

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Win Tickets to The Uncluded at the First Unitarian Church – July 25

The Uncluded is a collaboration between indie rapper Aesop Rock and folk singer/songwriter Kimya Dawson. The two have had a creative history since 2007, and finally come together to produce dynamic music unlike any other. Catch them perform at the First Unitarian Church on Thursday, July 25. Tickets are $18 – $20, doors open at […]

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Win Tickets to Bosnian Rainbows at the First Unitarian Church – June 25, 2013

After The Mars Volta decided to go on hiatus, guitarist Omar Rodríguez-López decided to form Bosnian Rainbows, who will be performing at the First Unitarian Church on Tuesday, June 25. With Teri Gender Bender’s (from Le Butcherettes) rich and throaty vocals, the band has developed into what López describes as a combination of Led Zeppelin, Siouxsie and the […]

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Win Tickets to Devo + GZA/The Genius at the Natural History Museum – June 9, 2013

You know them as one of the most influential New Wave bands of the 1970s, notorious for their quirky sense of style, and dance floor hits like “Whip It” – it’s none other than Devo! We last caught them at Club Nokia in 2011, and now the band will be performing at the Natural History Museum‘s 100th […]

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