The audience my have been small, but they were fervent and excited. New York’s Prawn made their way to the Echo for their first ever..
It’s a tricky task, for a band as influential and distinctive as Gang of Four, to bring aboard a brand new singer. While the group..
A small Los Angeles audience received a huge treat, as Courtney Barnett and her band (Bones Sloane on bass/vocals and Dave Mudie on drums/vocals) played..
In true Dr. Dog fashion, the six-piece Philadelphian group brought their full stage decor to Los Angeles’ majestic Wiltern Theatre. Adorning the stage with an..
With his swiveling hips and icy blue-eyed stare, Father John Misty returned to Los Angeles on the eve of his sophomore record release, I Love..
The Natural History Museum rattled and shook for the 2015 reboot of their annual series of concerts, First Fridays. Right amongst the dioramas of elephant..
Stage diving and crowd-surfing were alive and well as an all ages crowd (read: lots of rambunctious teens) packed in at The Echo for Bass..
Like CBGB is to New York and Stubb’s is to Austin, Alex’s Bar has quickly become Long Beach’s iconic venue to see some of the..
If you can remember back to when Kori Gardner of Mates of State toted around an enormous Yamaha Electone (nearly as long as she is..
Sometimes you can be pleasantly surprised when you check out a band on a whim. On an unassuming Wednesday night Tim Gray & The Delusions..
For some Southern Californians, the rain was almost cause for canceling plans to see Lemuria. “For those of you in LA on the fence about..
Don’t think for a second that The Blood Brothers’ triumphant return at FYF earlier this year was enough to satiate their ravenous Southern California fans...
Norwegian musician Mikhael Paskalev was not having a good Tuesday. On his journey from San Francisco to Los Angeles, he lost his guitar pedals and..
There’s always electricity in the air when Aussie group Wolfmother come through town. It was almost exactly one year ago that the trio leveled Orange..
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