B*TCH FEST is a one-day inaugural festival taking place in Van Nuys this Saturday being thrown by BTCHKRFT, and it features bands that are predominantly female. Get tickets to this awesome DIY event now!
British punk rock trio Dream Wife return to Los Angeles for a show at The Echo this October, part of the band’s first-ever headlining North American tour. We saw them last November at the Echoplex and can guarantee you don’t want to miss this one!
The FIGFest 2018 lineup of free shows in June at FIGat7th have dropped! Catch Poolside, Lion Babe, and Gabriel Garzon-Montano in separate free shows on consecutive Saturdays in June!
FYF Fest 2018 may be cancelled but that doesn’t mean you don’t have an opportunity to see a handful of this year’s scheduled performers in LA this July! The festival announced makeup shows from a number of FYF Fest 2018 acts, like Unknown Mortal Orchestra and Kali Uchis!
Los Angeles-based indie folk band Mt. Joy have announced a show for Los Angeles this August! If you didn’t get a chance to see them at the Moroccan Lounge this March (or just want another go-round), get the ticket info here!
Did you miss Scottish electro and hip-hop trio Young Fathers when they were in LA last week? See them and can’t wait to get another dose? Good news! They’ll be back with a headlining show at the Fonda Theatre this November!
Natalie Prass just dropped the third single from her upcoming sophomore record due out this June, and has also announced a gig at the Troubadour this September! She wowed us in March at the Moroccan Lounge and you don’t want to miss her this time around.
Meg Myers has always fascinated me, and she’s finally put out her first new music in three years since her startling debut record ‘Sorry’ dropped. She announced the follow-up album for July and will play The Echo this June! Get ticket information here.
Local indie rock favorites The Regrettes just wrapped up a couple high-energy sets at Coachella 2018 and announced their return to Los Angeles with a June show at the Teragram Ballroom! Tickets go on sale Friday.
After wowing crowds at Coachella 2018 and The Roxy this month, indie lo-fi act Japanese Breakfast just announced her return to Los Angeles with a show at the Fonda Theatre this October! Montreal post-punk group Ought is support. Click here for information on tickets!