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White Sea shares illustrious new single “Yesterday”

White Sea, also known as Morgan Kibby, has shared a new single titled, “Yesterday.” The catchy song is the fourth track White Sea has revealed from her interactive art project “Postcards From Nowhere.” The unique new work finds White Sea getting closers to her fans through sharing postcards, demos, polaroids, correspondence, and more directly with fans […]

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Autolux at Constellation Room
Photos: Autolux envelope fans at Constellation Room with pure aural and visual bliss

Over the weekend, Los Angeles’ Autolux played an incredible 15-song set in the Observatory’s intimate Constellation Room. The L.A. trio started their set on a slower tone with “Reappearing” from their latest album Pussy’s Dead. With deep synth and bass layers, and delicate vocals the song immediately set the tone for the evening. The compelling imagery projected […]

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Rebel and a Basketcase at Bootleg Theater
Rebel and a Basketcase nail debut performance at Bootleg, second gig announced for July 21

Almost two weeks ago we caught Rebel and a Basketcase’s performance debut at the Bootleg Theater. Consdering this was the new band’s first live performance ever, they kind of blew us away. Taking the stage with an extraordinary stage presence and a witty, yet candid banter— one would would think this dynamic duo has been […]

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Nice As Fuck (NAF) inspire with powerful live performance (dance party) at The Glass House

Nice As Fuck (NAF) brought the mega dance party to The Glass House in Pomona last night. My god, it was so good. The Glass House was presented a little different than usual with some barricades encircled in the center of the floor, protecting a makeshift stage. With an eager crowd filling in, the venue’s infamous […]

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Charlene Kaye
Interview with Charlene Kaye: From Kickstarter funding to being the new face of San Fermin, and now reborn as KAYE

San Fermin’s Charlene Kaye, Revitalized and Ready to Rock as KAYE — Debut Honey EP Out Aug. 18   Charlene Kaye is tired, she has to be, but the eager excitement that gushes from the other end of the phone line seems to overwhelm whatever physical exhaustion she’s carrying. In between her return home to New […]

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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 […]

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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, […]

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Girlpool welcomed back to LA with an FYF set full of smiles

Fans were excited to see hometown duo, Girlpool, who were up first at FYF Fest just minutes after the gates opened Sunday. As guitars were tuned the crowd was eager and screamed ready for Girlpool to start playing. As they did girls suddenly started running and skipping toward the stage smiling and singing along, “tranquilize […]

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Cassandra Violet mesmerizes The Satellite with stunning vocals, funky loops and sass

Donning a vibrant colored dress, Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter, Cassandra Violet took the stage at The Satellite this past Tuesday, ready to charm fans with her enchanting vocals. As noted in our Hot Band Alert feature spotlighting Cassandra, by day, she’s a high school English/theater teacher in East L.A.—and a coaxing, songstress by night. Her vocal […]

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The Kills at El Rey Theatre: a fierce and alluring performance with moments of pure beauty

Alison Mosshart of The Kills As I walked up to the El Rey Theatre last night, excitement was in the air for The Kills’ highly anticipated performance. I had missed out on their Halloween show at the Forum due to a last-minute trip to Puerto Rico, and although the comped trip was an amazing experience, […]

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