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Jay Som
Mitski drops all the feels at sold-out Echoplex gig, Japanese Breakfast & Jay Som open with stellar sets

Thursday night at The Echoplex served a killer night of fine fempresses. Headlining the evening was the enchanting songbird, Mitski, who just released her new album Puberty 2. Supporting Mitski were two more incredibly talented acts led by females, Japanese Breakfast and Jay Som. Featured as one of Grimy Goods’ selections for the best Los Angeles concerts […]

Yumi Zouma
20 Underground / Lesser-Known Bands to catch in Los Angeles this July

There’s just too many excellent concerts in Los Angeles. From punk to pop, blues and soul, you can dive into a show of your choosing on any given night. Many of you are familiar with our monthly feature for the best Los Angeles concerts of the month which highlights concerts in July ranging from mainstream, […]

Alice Bag
Alice Bag rips solo debut at The Echo, Generacion Suicida stir up the pit

Alice Bag a staple in the Los Angeles punk scene celebrated her debut solo album record release show this past weekend at The Echo. Recognized as a punk music legend, author, educator, feminist and all around positive inspiration, fans from all over came to experience her new tunes and live performance. It wasn’t just a concert, but a […]

Oh Pep!
Oh Pep! Defies Labels on Debut LP with Rich Bluegrass Instrumentation and Bold Storytelling

You can pretty much sell me on any music that utilizes a banjo. I have regular arguments with my mother about the third Mumford & Sons album, in which they decided to ditch the glorious instrument; she thinks removing it made them sound more modern, but my retort is that any music can sound as […]

Sunflower Bean
Sunflower Bean delivers brilliant set full of thrash and warm fuzzies at Constellation Room

Brooklyn psych pop trio, Sunflower Bean played a beautiful set this past Sunday at the Constellation Room in Santa Ana. Barley out of their teens, the group has been on an extensive North American tour since March. Not just musicians, the band are also activists that use their music to raise awareness for a good […]

Listen to Phantogram’s new single “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore” — LA tour date at Hollywood Palladium

The teasing is finally over. Phantogram have released their new single, “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore.” With a catchy chorus, and an intense array of beats, Phantogram’s new track is built to get fans moving. Without a doubt, the single is one of those songs that gets stuck in your head. Phantogram’s new single […]

Bishop Briggs live photos
Hot New Artist Alert: Bishop Briggs lays her heart out at The Troubadour — incredible performance

From the moment we first heard Bishop Briggs’ sexy new single “Wild Horses,” we were instantly hooked. We immediately needed to know more about this powerful voice known as Bishop Briggs (formerly Bishop). Even more so, we needed to see her live. We all know that an artist can sound amazing because of the mixing […]

veronica bianqui
New Music: Stream Veronica Bianqui’s playful new single “Aah, Paris…” — release show at The Hi Hat

Los Angeles throwback sweetheart, Veronica Bianqui has released a luscious new single titled “Aah, Paris…” Inspired from her recent travels to London and Europe where Bianqui spend some time in Paris, the song drips deliciously with 60s French Yé-Yé Pop. As Bianqui playfully sings in broken French; “Je ne, ne parle pas français/Mais vais faire semblant […]

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verite at the echo
Falsetto Down: Vérité Rocked the Echo on the Final Night of Her Tour

Pop is a polarizing genre. I have been on both sides of the argument, debating its merit in the contemporary American music scene, especially in a Top 40 context. But that certainly doesn’t exempt me from loving the tried and true mix of catchy hooks, simple melodies, and great vocals. With Lostboycrow opening for Vérité […]

At The Drive-In photos Hollywood Palladium
At The Drive-In at Hollywood Palladium — unmatched energy, a wish fulfilled for many

The old Hollywood Palladium was ripped a new one this past Wednesday night, kicking off night one of two back-to-back At The Drive-In performances. For many fans, this was the first time they had ever seen the band live. The group broke up in 2001, a year after the release of their third studio album, Relationship Of […]

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