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Sondre Lerche at the Troubadour – Photos Review – September 22, 2012

Sondre Lerche played an incredible two-hour set at the Troubadour this past Saturday. Check out our photo gallery  below! Photography: Monique Hernandez Sondre Lerche

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Contest: Win Tickets to Sondre Lerche at The Troubadour – September 22, 2012

Norway’s indie rock treasure, Sondre Lerche, is playing The Troubadour this Saturday, September 22. Even though I could very well tell you from first hand experience seeing Sondre Lerche perform at The Troubadour, that he’s a master at captivating an audience from show start to finish regardless if he’s solo or with full backing band. […]

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Concert Tickets: Prince at the Troubadour (May 11, 2011)

Yes, it’s true! As if 21 show dates as the Forum wasn’t enough, the one-and-only Prince has booked two shows at the Troubadour tonight, May 11, 2011 at 7pm and 11pm. If you have $100 to spare, you get the most intimate Prince show ever!  

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FREE MP3 Download: Baths Offers New Album “Mend” as Part of His Geotic Project

Rising beat modulator, Baths (aka Will Wiesenfeld) is giving away yet another album for FREE (or you can be kind and donate any denomination). Baths is one of LA’s hottest acts and is quickly taking over the indie beat scene with his eccentric lo-fi beats, sounds, samples and rhythms. Just a couple weeks ago we […]

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Klaxons at The Troubadour – Photo Gallery & Review

Ever since Klaxons catapulted into the indie new wave scene in 2007 with their Mercury Prize winning debut album, “Myths of the Near Future,” they’ve harnessed a sound that’s difficult to ignore. Three years later now, the London four-piece struck back with their new album, “Surfing the Void,” and played a sold-out show at the […]

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We Are Scientists and Rewards at The Troubadour – Photo Gallery

We Are Scientists are just a straight up damn good band. They bring that addictive indie rock sound with a hard edge. Heavy on the guitars and textured sounds, seeing them live surpasses just listening to them on your iPod. Although you can easily listen to these guys on repeat for hours on end, you […]

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Asobi Seksu at the Troubador – Show Review

Two man bands seem to be all the hype of the late, but only a few select performers can pull it off. In the case of Brooklyn duo, Asobi Seksu, they played a high-energy show last Thursday at the Troubador, alongside Anna Ternheim and Loney, Dear. I wouldn’t quite call them a duo though. And […]

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Loney, Dear at the Troubadour – Show Review

Holy shit! Did your mic stand just hit me!? Yep. As Anna Ternheim’s set finished last Thursday at the Troubadour with Loney, Dear sitting in as her band, their mic stand fell from the stage and landed on my arm as they were clearing the stage. Thank goodness it didn’t touch the camera! As sweet […]

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