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Wolf Alice shred the The Mayan Los Angeles dropping a slick balance of wild meets tender

Last night’s Wolf Alice concert at The Mayan in Los Angeles felt a lot like being at a high school dance thrown by John Hughes. I don’t say that because Ellie Rowsell wore a dress that looked so similar to those Jessica McClintock dresses everyone was wearing at the time I started going to school dances […]

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Cal Jam ’17 becomes rock-‘n’-roll’s honorary capital for one day

Cal Jam ’17, the lovingly curated festival put on by Foo Fighters, made its debut in San Bernadino, CA this past weekend as it unleashed its wildly anticipated lineup of some of rock’s biggest ambassadors. It was a night of giants, with Dave Grohl and company closing out the night with the likes of Queens […]

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Wolf Alice share thrashing new single “Yuk Foo” off sophomore album Visions Of A Life

Wolf Alice Return to Los Angeles with Show at The Echo London rockers, Wolf Alice have returned with some new music and a Los Angeles show date at The Echo on Wednesday, July 26. Wolf Alice have shared their new single “Yuk Foo.” The ferocious rock ‘n’ roll banger is just one of 12 songs on the band’s […]

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Top 20 Badass Frontwomen in Indie/Underground Music

There’s an almost infinite amount of killer women fronting bands these days. We’ve done our best to put together our list of our 20 favorite bad asses that currently front their own bands, while also including some of our favorite lesser-known acts that have the potential to grow into being some of the better known […]

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The Cure, Florence + The Machine, Alabama Shakes top Sasquatch! bill

Robert Smith and The Cure will headline 2016’s Sasquatch! Music Festival at The Gorge in Washington. If that’s somehow not enough, Florence + The Machine, Alabama Shakes and Disclosure top the bill at the most laid-back camping festival I attended last year. The four-day festival takes place over Memorial Day Weekend from May 27-30. Tickets […]

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Coachella 2016: finally moving away from being a boys’ club?

Feature written by Mark E. Ortega According to an April 2013 Buzzfeed article, Coachella hadn’t seen a ratio of male-fronted acts to female-fronted ones below 80% since 2008. Last year, female-fronted acts represented less than 16% of the lineup with names like Florence + The Machine, Alabama Shakes, Jenny Lewis and St. Vincent being some […]

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Wolf Alice show fans’ love for them is cool at sweltering Fonda gig

It was still 75 degrees outside when UK indie rock darlings Wolf Alice took the stage at the Fonda Theatre at 11 p.m. last night. The heat wouldn’t keep the crowd from expending all their energy as they rocked out to the band’s hour-long performance in support of their debut full-length album My Love is Cool. […]

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Interview with Wolf Alice, the UK’s latest and greatest fast-rising rock band

It was only 9 months ago that we saw rising UK rockers Wolf Alice making their LA debut at School Night at Bardot. Their headlining set was one of the more anticipated of the weekly free with RSVP series as patrons packed into the small frat-house-like venue despite some anti-LA weather. “I remember it like […]

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Win Tickets to Wolf Alice at the Fonda Theatre

So we’ve said it once, and twice, maybe a bit more? We can’t help ourselves in mentioning the debut album, My Love is Cool by the London band, Wolf Alice. They made their breakthrough in L.A. back in January at the Bardot and we’ve seen their name pop up around local venues like the Bootleg and […]

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Wolf Alice’s “You’re a Germ” video an homage to horror flicks

London rockers Wolf Alice have released a video to go along with the single “You’re a Germ” from their highly-acclaimed debut full-length album My Love is Cool. The result is an awesome homage to old-school horror films, with the band going through multiple horror scenarios. One scene has the band escaping a Jason-type slasher, another with […]

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