Tag Archives: Young Magic

Tricky at Fonda Theatre
I waited 20 years to see Tricky, and all I got was darkness

In the 90’s Tricky’s seminal album Maxinquay introduced me to a whole different stylistic genre that launched me into a musical rabbit hole where I would discover many coveted greats such as Bjork, PJ Harvey, Portishead and of course Massive Attack. Tricky’s songs served as a background to some of the most intense and memorable […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Yeasayer
Win Tickets to Yeasayer with Young Magic at The Fonda Theatre

As Grimy Goods writer Steven Ward described it, “If there ever existed such a thing as a modern art album, Amen & Goodbye, Yeasayer’s fourth studio attempt, would undoubtedly be it. As eloquently bewildering as ever, the New York experimental rock outfit successfully disembark from the restrictions of melodic, synth-pop constructions as they explore the fringes […]

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toro y moi
Toro Y Moi give fans at Teragram Ballroom all the flavors for #30DaysInLA

Last night at the Teragram Ballroom in downtown Los Angeles, Red Bull Sound Select kicked off their 9th installment of their #30DaysinLA series with none other than the master of chill-wave-pop, Toro y Moi (aka Chazwick Bundick). Supporting Toro y Moi were Young Magic and  DJ Roger Sellers. Roger Sellers got things started for early arrivals […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Win Tickets to Bear in Heaven at The Echoplex

Brooklyn psych-pop dub trio Bear in Heaven are set to rock The Echoplex on Tuesday, September 2.  The band is on tour in support of their new album Time Is Over One Day Old, out now on Dead Oceans/Hometapes.  We last caught them rocking the fuck out in 2012 and are psyched that they are […]

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Contest: Win Tickets to Quilt at the Echo (July 19, 2012)

Cozy up to Quilt when they hit the Echo on Thursday, July 19.  This trio of Boston art students are musical purveyors of experimental and melodic psych pop, with an emphasis on harmonies.  Their recent self-titled album is out on Mexican Summer, a great addition to your summer time playlist but don’t hesitate to catch […]

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Emily Saex |