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Beabadoobee
Beabadoobee chases a crush and identity crisis on jangle-rocker “She Plays Bass”

Beabadoobee crafts the kind of infectious, guitar-peddling, bedroom pop that taps into the giddy romantic in us all. Her video for new single “She Plays Bass” finds the seafoam-haired Londoner chasing love and an identity crisis—with a bass playing crush and jangle-rock textures swirling at its center. Glowing and blissfully melancholic, beabadoobee wrestles with her […]

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Steven Ward |
Snail Mail at the Wiltern
Snail Mail and Sasami take on a packed Wiltern commanding as though it were backyard show

It was an indie rock takeover at the Wiltern this past Thursday night. The beautiful theatre we love, exceeded my crowd-size expectations when it packed in for the Snail Mail show. The direct support was none other than the wildly talented Sasami. The LA-based artist has been on my radar for quite some time, initially […]

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Danielle Gornbein |
Jorja Smith at the Wiltern
Jorja Smith smolders the Wiltern Los Angeles with fabulous performance

Following the Thanksgiving holiday, the Wiltern hosted the first of two sold-out evenings with the 21-year-old rising R&B talent, Jorja Smith. The beautiful songwriter has earned loads of brilliant acclaim since her debut album Lost & Found released back in June. With a packed theatre, Smith completely spellbound the audience for a little over an […]

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Danielle Gornbein |
dido wiltern
Dido returns with new album and tour dates including the Wiltern, Los Angeles

Dido has announced a Los Angeles tour date at the Wiltern! Touring in support of her first new album in five years, Dido willl headline the Wiltern on Tuesday, June 25. Her new album ‘Still On My Mind’ is set for release March 8 via BMG. This will be Dido’s first tour in 15 years. In addition […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Mitski evolves beautifully to the big stage at Wiltern, Los Angeles

Halfway through the week listeners gathered at LA’s own Wiltern theater for a relative night of music. The sold–out show was for emo-indie rock goddess, Mitski. Stopping along her hefty U.S. tour in support of her fifth record, Be The Cowboy, Mitski proved her belonging once again. Along for support on tour was electronic duo, […]

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Danielle Gornbein |
DIIV
Heavy heads rolled and pits grew chaotic at DIIV’s Wiltern gig

“DIIV brought shoegaze psych-rock to The Wiltern for their Los Angeles stop on the Desert Daze Caravan with Ariel Pink. Building on the intro by a solid minute, they opened their set with the titular track off their latest album, Is The Is Are. As the first lyrics spilled from Zachary Cole Smith’s lips the […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Unknown Mortal Orchestra
Unknown Mortal Orchestra bring all the weird “sex & food” to the Wiltern

Touring their newest release, Sex & Food, psych-rockers Unknown Mortal Orchestra played The Wiltern in Los Angeles Friday night. From the faux plants to white shag carpet to a turntable and collection of accompanying vinyl, it was as if Ruban Nielson invited the entirety of the sold out crowd into his basement and said, “hey, […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
the black keys
Dan Auerbach brings the “Easy Eye Sound Revue Tour” to Los Angeles with a Wiltern date

Dan Auerbach has announced the “Easy Eye Sound Revue Tour,” featuring performances by Dan Auerbach, Robert Finley and Shannon Shaw with special guests Shannon & The Clams. As part of the tour, a Los Angeles show date has been scheduled at the Wiltern on February 17. Additionally, the 20-date tour will also host shows at the […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Colony House at the Wiltern -- Photo: Sammy Park
Colony House rocks the Wiltern with silky vocals and uplifting melodies

Friday the 13th is synonymous with horror. However, this 13th, Nashville-based indie rockers Colony House brought silky vocals and uplifting guitar-driven melodies to the Wiltern. The quartet, comprised of Caleb (vocals) and Will (drums) Chapman, Scott Mills (guitar), and Parke Cottrell (bassist), is supporting Mutemath on their Play Dead Live tour. Although their set was […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
City and Colour at the Wiltern -- Photo: Danielle Gornbein
City and Colour effortlessly enamour fans at the Wiltern

This past Saturday night was uniquely special at the beautiful Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles. My favorite Canadian act was in town. City and Colour is the project of the insanely talented Dallas Green. Previously of the post-hardcore scene with band, Alexisonfire, he eventually branched off to pursue a solo career. Luckily for him he […]

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Danielle Gornbein |
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