Tag Archives: The Echo

Jelani Aryeh at The Echo
Jelani Aryeh is all love and smiles at sold-out headline show at The Echo LA

When Jelani Aryeh finally walked onto The Echo stage late Thursday night to a sold-out room, the crowd was already ravenous for the smallest morsel of slick indie-rock hooks he might dish out first. Opening with the first track off his debut album I’ve Got Some Living To Do, the incisively intropsective “Trunk Song,” there […]

The Bots at The Echo
The Bots give fans at the Echo a high octane dose of their forthcoming new album ‘2 Seater’

The Bots are back! With plans to end their hiatus with the release of their first album in seven years, the LA indie rockers just took on The Echo with a blistering performance. Celebrating the release of their latest singles, “Scatter Brains” and “Girl Problems” — the Bots gave fans a sneak peek at the […]

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Indigo De Souza
Hot Artist Alert: Indigo De Souza peers into her darkest moments and comes out triumphant on “Kill Me” — LA date at The Echo

Indigo De Souza has shared a new song from her upcoming album Any Shape You Take with “Kill Me,” an eviscerating song that takes the singer’s turbulent rock to some dark places. Written back in 2018 in the wake of a dysfunctional relationship and dealing with mental illness, the song balances all the raw, unprocessed […]

drama at the echo
DRAMA makes it shine on a rainy day at The Echo

In Los Angeles, rain on a Sunday night may feel like the end of the world for its residents, but on this particular first Sunday of a new month, what better way to cure those Sunday night blues than with a dance party by none other than the rising nu-disco duo, DRAMA. With the recent […]

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disq band
Disq Gear Up for Debut Album with grungetastic new single “Daily Routine”

Midwestern band Disq, freshly signed to Saddle Creek, are gearing up to release their debut album, ‘Collector’ out March 6. The Madison, Wisconsin born band dropped a tasty teaser earlier this month, their newest single, “Daily Routine.” Tour dates announced with Los Angeles concert at The Echo. The song is a grungetastic preview of their […]

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Cedric Burnside | Photo Farah Sosa
Cedric Burnside Gifts Los Angeles with Those Legacy Hill Country Blues at The Echo

Cedric Burnside | Photo Farah Sosa The blues are alive and well in 2020, thanks to musicians with a heritage of tradition like Mississippi’s Cedric Burnside. The Echo was packed Tuesday night and you could hear the crowd commenting about Burnside’s Grammy nominations and masterful style. He is pure musical craftsmanship at its finest. Born […]

Holy Wars at The Echo -- Photo: ZB Images
Holy Wars and Draemings deliver a badass ladies night at The Echo

Friday’s night was a double slice of female badassery with stellar performances by local favorites, Holy Wars and Draemings at The Echo. With Holy Wars, led by Kat Leon, as the evening’s main event — Draemings warmed us up quite nicely. Draemings is always a visual and aural delight to see live on stage. Getting […]

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Crook at The Echo: a Sight To Be Seen, a Fierceness To Be Heard

The universe holds all of the sound that has ever existed. Vibrations crawling through time and space bumping into other vibrations and objects creating harmony and discord. Moving out amongst the crushing roar of young stars and the delicate whispers of the dust of dead ones until all that is, is done. Those are the […]

Kokoko | Photo by Farah Sosa
KOKOKO! fill The Echo with their succulent Congolese rhythms and eco-beats

The Congolese band KOKOKO! has been making the rounds lately. This time, they landed at The Echo early in the week. The intensity of their performance was not for your regular Tuesday night as their uplifting energy left no time for standing on the dance floor. The rumor in the audience was that they made […]

Brass Box at The Echo
Brass Box Enchant The Echo at Night Three of June Residency, joined by Crook and Dol Ikara

The Echo’s free Monday night residency features Brass Box this June. Brass Box is music for goth mermaids. It is somber, dark, and muffled. Their sound slips into the depths, sinking like a treasure chest thrown into the sea, shimmery and heavy. This past Monday at The Echo, Brass Box played under the cover of […]