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Chaos Chaos celebrate new single at The Hi Hat

With a name like Chaos Chaos one might expect more chaos. The LA-based duo performed at The Hi Hat this past Friday night. Chaos Chaos is made up of features sisters Asya Saavedra on keys and drummer Chloe Saavedra who have spent a lifetime being at the right place at the right time which led […]

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The Record Company
From small club rock to arena rock — The Record Company take on the Forum

This past Saturday night, Los Angeles trio The Record Company (plus one Johnny Elkins) opened for the legendary Bob Seger at the fabulous Forum. The Record Company has been touring with Seger and expressed their sincere thanks for the kindness shown to them on this tour. It was only a few years ago you could […]

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Le Butcherettes at The Moroccan Lounge
Fierceness takes over the Moroccan Lounge with performances by Le Butcherettes, Stars at Night and The Tissues

This past Tuesday night, the Moroccan Lounge was packed with fans who had shown up early to get a good spot to see the splendor and carnal energy of Le Butcherettes. Teri Gender Bender the founding member and heart and soul of the band is known for her wild stage antics and although their new album […]

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Mike Krol
An Interview with Mike Krol — a man of many hats who ultimately makes some stellar garage rock

There is something about being from Milwaukee. Whether it’s the midwestern work ethic or knowing you are on your own as far as any creative pursuits. When you meet a Milwaukeean in a creative field you can bet they had nothing handed to them. Mike Krol is no exception, except… he is. Krol’s path to […]

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The Schizophonics at The Hi Hat
The Hi Hat was shaking with The Woggles, The Schizophonics and The Two Tens

The Woggles may not be a household name but they have been an active band for over 30 years and they are not slowing down a bit. The garage rock veterans consist of “The Professor” mighty Manfred on lead vocals, Dan Elextro on drums, Buzz Hagstrom on Bass and Flesh Hammer on guitar. I’m thinking […]

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The Dils at the Casbah in San Diego Photo by ZB Images
The Dils: Preserving Punk for The Next Generation — photos from recent Los Angeles and San Diego gigs

Recently, in the middle of Chinatown, a phoenix rose from the ashes at The Grand Star Jazz Club. It had been 40 years since the world heard Chip Kinman play songs from his legendary punk band The Dils. After the loss of his brother, founding member Tony Kinman (Tony 19), earlier this year and at […]

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Warbly Jets
Despite feeling under the weather, Warbly Jets steam through tour kick-off gig at The Echo

Warbly Jets kicked off their latest tour at The Echo Friday night. We’ve been watching the guys for  a while and are always impressed by their growth. Grimy Goods interviewed Warbly Jets in 2016, and then we featured them in 2017 in our annual forecast for LA Artists to Watch. Last year, the band made […]

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Kim Zsebe |
Thom Yorke at the Orpheum Theatre
Thom Yorke compresses the sounds and feels of the universe into the Orpheum Theater LA

Thom Yorke has been on a solo U.S. tour for a month and it’s not for the casual Radiohead fan. Last nigh, Yorke performed at the Orpheum Theater LA and his set heavily sunk into his solo work especially from the albums Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes and The Eraser. Also featured are songs off Atoms for Peace, […]

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The Diamond Light at The Satellite
The Diamond Light keep on shining — don’t miss their May residency at The Satellite

Clear your calendar because Mondays in May should be spent at The Satellite in Silverlake. The Diamond Light have risen from the ashes and this phoenix shines bright. Joining original members singer/guitarist Griffin Young and drummer Ian Ochs on this residency are superb guitarist, Spencer Trent, who has made the rounds with The Mowgli’s and […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Mastodon at Hollywood Palladium -- Photo: ZB Images
Mastodon, Eagles of Death Metal and Russian Circles drop thunderous performances at Hollywood Palladium

A sold out house celebrated 4/20 with Russian Circles and Eagles of Death Metal supporting Mastodon at the Hollywood Palladium. Opening the solidly metal night, was instrumental heavy weights Russian Circles. Their sound is one of industrial annihilation and dystopia pierced with rays of hope that peak through their nearly completely dark stage like dawn […]

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