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Fawns of Love
Premiere: Fawns of Love share new reworked (Part-Time Punks) version of “Someday”

Fawns of Love, the Bakersfield post-punk duo, have shared another Part Time Punks Session: Permanent Revisited 12” EP (Obeah Records), this time with a reworked version of their song “Someday.” The new versions of their Permanent EP tracks – inspired by Cocteau Twins and New Order – were created for Michael Stock’s Part Time Punks radio show […]

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Glass Animals get fans into the groove at the Troubadour, West Hollywood

Glass Animals headlined the Troubadour this past Wednesday, March 11th with an intimate performance that won’t soon be forgotten. With the coronavirus pandemic causing nationwide concert and music festival cancelations, Angelenos were lucky to experience this very special Glass Animals performance at the Troubadour! This past February, Glass Animals released their first new single “Your […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
While You Wait For Rage Against The Machine Tickets in Los Angeles …

With Rage Against The Machine headlining at Coachella 2020, Los Angeles fans who don’t want to endure the bull shit of going to Coachella will have to wait to see Rage Against the Machine in Los Angeles. Is Rage Against The Machine going to play in Los Angeles? That’s the golden question ever since the […]

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Coldplay
Feb. 5 — Tonight’s Best Concerts in L.A. feat. Fever Joy, Radical Face, Luna

Tonight’s best concerts in LA feature: Fever Joy, Luna Aura at The Echo; Radical Face at The Troubadour; Luna at Teragram Ballroom and more. Take a look at all the best shows below and be sure to peep our BEST SHOWS OF THE MONTH listing for more upcoming concerts in L.A.! Fever Joy, Luna Aura at The […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Best Coast
Best Coast share video for new single “Everything Has Changed”; announce new album Always Tomorrow

Best Coast has been a household name of Golden State indie-rock since the release of their debut Crazy For You now a decade ago. The duo, comprised of Bethany Cosentino and Bob Bruno, has now stepped back into the limelight after a four-year hiatus to release an album that is a culmination of the last […]

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The Tissues
Jan. 9 — Best Concerts in LA: WAND, The Tissues, The Ventures

Tonight’s best concerts in Los Angeles feature: WAND at The Echo, The Tissues, Chernobyl at Zebulon, The Ventures at GRAMMY Museum, The Haunts, The Living Roomers at The Satellite and more. Be sure to check out our BEST SHOWS OF THE MONTH listing for more upcoming concerts in L.A.! Jan. 9 — WAND at The Echo Jan. […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
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Most Eye-Catching Music Festival Scene Photos of 2019

These days, music festival are the place to be “scene” and not just heard. From the droves of fashionistas and annoying influencers that hit Coachella, to the wild party goers at Electric Daisy Carnival — music festivals have always offered some of the most eye-catching scenes. This year we enjoyed covering HARD Day of the […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
ModPods at The Satellite
Photos: ModPods at The Satellite

Modpods were playing their last show of the year opening the night at The Satellite and although it was not super packed it was well attended for an opening act and very enthusiastically. Modpods are disarmingly open and vulnerable while commanding attention and having a great time. Front woman Myraid told a multipart story about […]

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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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