So many amazing shows amongst our Best Shows This Week as we roll into May! Bishop Briggs has a sold-out gig at the Fonda Theatre, LCD Soundsystem and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs team up twice at the Hollywood Bowl, and tons more!
It’s a helluva week kicking off April in Los Angeles, with shows from Twin Shadow, Amber Coffman, The Breeders, and HAIM highlight our Best Shows […]
Natalie Prass gave Los Angeles a preview of her upcoming sophomore record The Future And The Past at the Moroccan Lounge on Tuesday night, thrilling the crowd with its 90’s R&B feel. Check out our photos from the show here!
Lots of awesomeness highlights our Best Shows This Week! Wolf Alice has a gig at The Mayan, Natalie Prass is at the Moroccan Lounge, Craig David brings TS5 to The Roxy, and much more! Check out the full calendar here.
I’m on a flight to Austin for SXSW as the week kicks off, but that doesn’t mean I won’t still have some FOMO of the shows happening in LA. Noel Gallagher, Charli XCX, and Four Tet are just some of the quality gigs among my Best Shows This Week calendar — check it out!
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.
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!
Lots of great stuff this week in LA before SXSW kicks off in Austin next week! Billie Eilish has two sold-out El Rey gigs, ZZ Ward and Black Pistol Fire are taking over the Fonda Theatre together, and The Naked & Famous and Lucius have separate intimate acoustic gigs! Check out our full Best Shows This Week calendar.
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!
Los Angeles-based, Philadelphia-bred indie folk five-piece Mt. Joy drop their much-anticipated debut record Friday, March 2 and it’s a masterpiece. Check out our review of the album and find out where you can see them coming up!