As we roll into September, it’s sort of a sleepy week for Los Angeles concert-wise. Still, there are a number of solid shows we’ve listed […]
LA indie rockers Cherry Glazerr exploded on the scene with their 2014 full-length debut Haxel Princess. A few years later, we’re starting to hear new […]
Francis and the Lights is quite the one-man show. I’ve been on this guy for five-plus years now, ever since discovering his It’ll Be Better record. […]
With the familiar squeal of tenor sax, a crowd of hundreds cheered in anticipation. “Pack it up, pack it in. Let me begin,” a chorus […]
This week’s list of shows isn’t quite as deep as last week’s now that FYF Fest has come and gone. But if your pockets are […]
It can be difficult to play a larger room when you’re standing alone on a stage. Even when you’re spilling your guts the way Julien […]
Last Wednesday night was no ordinary night in Hollywood. Celebrating the release of his new Party & Destroy EP (via Mad Decent) was Los Angeles-based […]
Clean Bandit will make a return to Los Angeles before the end of the year with a date at the El Rey Theatre.
British dream pop act The Japanese House will finally make their first headlining stop in Los Angeles to end the year. A date at The Echo has […]
Lapsley has enjoyed a banner 2016 with the release of her debut album and appearances at Coachella. She returns to LA with a date at the Mayan Theater.