Rising British singer-songwriter Bruno Major was back in Los Angeles for two sold-out dates at the Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever and we were lucky enough to be in attendance the first night! Check out our review and photos from the show here.
Local favorites Dorothy have come a long ways from residencies all across the city of Los Angeles, and played a headline show Friday night at the Fonda Theatre that helped prove rumors of rock n roll’s demise have been greatly exaggerated.
Kimbra is dropping a new album this April and gave a big preview of it Thursday night at the Observatory in Santa Ana! It’s been worth the four-year wait for a new record, as the new stuff sounded awesome. Check out our photos and review of the show!
Majid Jordan made a stop at the Observatory North Park in San Diego as part of their hotly anticipated recent tour. Maya Bachar was there to experience and made some new friends along the way. Check out her recap of her experience!
Phoebe Bridgers and Soccer Mommy made up a killer one-two combination of strong female singer-songwriters this past weekend in OC at the Constellation Room. Check out our awesome photo gallery and review of the show.
Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter Pearl Charles celebrated the release of her hotly anticipated new album with a show at The Echo on Thursday night! Check out our recap and photos from the night and get her new album!
Grace Mitchell made a stop at the Moroccan Lounge as part of a mini tour across the West Coast. Check out our review and photos of the show, and if she isn’t already on your radar then you’re obviously asleep at the wheel.
Jen Cloher brought her full band to America for the first time at The Echo on Tuesday night, featuring Courtney Barnett on lead guitar. Check out our review of the show and photos!
The Soft White Sixties released their 7″ single of “Brick by Brick” and celebrated with a show Thursday night at The Echo, playing some new material from a yet-to-be announced new album. Check out our review and photo gallery!
Wednesday night, Craig David sold out Los Angeles for the third time in a little over a year, bringing his TS5 live show to The Roxy. The British R&B singer proved he’s no nostalgia act with an updated sound made for 2018.