Los Angeles-based indie folk five-piece Mt. Joy played the first show in support of their newly-released debut self-titled album, and it happened to be their first-ever sold-out Los Angeles show, at the Moroccan Lounge in DTLA! Check out our review and photo gallery here.
I’ve always imagined that New York gypsy punk band Gogol Bordello would be who plays the afterparty after your team wins the Quidditch Cup and Monday night they were at the Fonda Theatre with that kind of party in tow. Check out our review and photos!
Rising teen pop singer Billie Eilish kicked off the first of two hometown sold-out shows at the El Rey in a style all her own. The unapologetic star only knows how to do things one way — her way. Check out our review and photos from the show here!
Lucius concluded their three-night stay at the Largo at the Coronet on Monday night in support of their new acoustic album NUDES. Jackson Browne stopped in as a guest! Check out our full gallery and recap of the show here.
Budding indie-pop act CLARA-NOVA performed at the Moroccan Lounge on Sunday night and we were there! The show also featured standout sets from The Mynabirds and Rainstorm Brother. Check out our photo gallery here!
Sunflower Bean’s sophomore album doesn’t drop for a couple more weeks but they brought a sold-out show to the Moroccan Lounge on Thursday anyways. Check out our review and photos and be sure to catch their new album!
Margo Price was at the Fonda Theatre on Thursday night and we got some nice photos of her Hollywood stop in support of her excellent 2017 record. Check out our photos here!
Aussie pop star Betty Who was in Los Angeles over the weekend for a massive show at The Wiltern and we’re still catching our breath after dancing the night away. Check out our review and photos from the fun-filled night here!
Dutch-Iranian singer Sevdaliza brought a truly one-of-a-kind show to The Novo in DTLA on Friday night. Her sound is a bit The xx meets BANKS with a truly cinematic feel to it. Check out our review and photos from the show here!
Nashville grunge outfit Bully were at the Teragram Ballroom in support of their awesome 2017 sophomore full-length ‘Losing’ and tore the house down in emphatic fashion. Check out our review and photos from the show here!