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Tonight’s Best Shows – Nov. 6 – Holychild, Two Door Cinema Club, Marika Hackman

 Tonight’s best concert in Los Angeles for Wednesday, Nov. 6 feature Holychild with Venus in Scorpio at It’s A School Night at Gold Diggers! Also: Two Door Cinema Club at Hollywood Palladium, Marika Hackman at The Roxy, Swervedriver at Teragram Ballroom, Sun Seeker at Moroccan Lounge, Kali Kazoo, Super Space Nation at Hi Hat and […]

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Zach Villa leans into solo debut with darkly hypnotic single “Revolver”

Zach Villa—a lead on cult show American Horror Story: 1984–has shared his latest single “Revolver” since going solo. Previously of Rebel and a Basketcase, Villa has had a prolific hand in his relocation to Los Angeles: starting the label Speaker Cat Records and releasing the debut EP of his latest band Sorry Kyle. But “Revolver” […]

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Geneva White
Premiere: Geneva White finds freedom in tough truths on new single “FRAME”

Los Angeles singer/songwriter Geneva White touches on a visceral vulnerability on her new single “FRAME.” Written on her bedroom floor–in the depths of her feelings listening to Taylor Swift–the song finds inspiration in a phone call White had with a close friend in which she found herself unable to open up in the way she […]

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Tonight’s Best Concerts in Los Angeles: Bryan Ferry, Cut Chemist, Georgi Kay

Tonight’s Best Concerts in Los Angeles feature Bryan Ferry at the Greek Theatre, Cut Chemist at The Mayan, Georgi Kay at Sayers Club, Sam Marine & The Walks Of Life at Moroccan Lounge and more. Check it all out below! Thursday — August 29, 2019 Bryan Ferry at Greek Theatre Cut Chemist at The Mayan […]

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Tonight’s Best Concerts in LA (8/28): The Roots, Helado Negro, Stray Cat

Tonight’s Best Concerts in Los Angeles feature The Roots at the Hollywood Bowl, Helado Negro at the Santa Monica Piers, Stray Cats at Greek Theatre, Mannequin Pussy at the Echo, Howlin’ Rain at he Moroccan Lounge and more. Check it all out below! Wednesday — August 28, 2019 The Roots at Hollywood Bowl Helado Negro, […]

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Singer-songwriter mxmtoon finds beauty in the mundane on debut the masquerade

A mainline artery to her heart, mxmtoon exists to give voice to all the things that 19-year-old Maia keeps hidden behind the facade of her day-to-day life. Offered in a spoken-word inflection that dips and curves itself around her eclectic production—one part acoustic-pop a-la Kina Grannis, mixed with sharp lyricism and avant-garde, off-kilter melodics akin […]

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New Single “Prophet” Creates More Anticipation for King Princess to be Crowned as Cheap Queen

The year’s most anticipated debut record is coming from King Princess, though it still does not have a release date. But Cheap Queen, as it will be called, is already stacking up to be a memorable one, with now its third single revealed ahead of the album. The latest is “Prophet,” a sensual ballad that […]

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Mitski at the Hollywood Palladium -- Photo: Steven Ward
Mitski brings to life all the isolation and triumph of Be the Cowboy at the Hollywood Palladium

Be the cowboy. It’s the quiet assertion that Mitski breathes into her album of the same name—an album on which she sought to reconcile years of isolation with that of her own elusive identity. It was conceived with a particular image in mind: of a singer alone in a room—a single light illuminating them—singing to […]

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Lost In A Lover: Multi-instrumentalist Hēran Soun Debuts With ‘Barricade’

Multi-instrumentalist and composer Hēran Soun creates a dynamic, ornate world in his artist debut: ‘Barricade.’ Lush, endearing tones tell a story in every corner of this tale of two lovers losing innocence to one other. The tendency we have to melt entirely into our person is not without sacrifice; in the end boundaries must arise, […]

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Alexandra Savior
Alexandra Savior shares her heartache on new single “Crying All the Time” — LA date at Teragram Ballroom

Songstress of all things melancholic, Alexandra Savior has returned with the first single “Crying All the Time” from her upcoming second LP The Archer. Continuing her penchant for orchestrating haunting ballads consumed by heartache, Savior’s move to Danger Mouse’s label 30th Century Records and working with producer Sam Cohen has made a visible imprint on […]

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