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VIDEO PREMIERE: WYATT BLAIR “DOUBLE RAINBOW”

Here comes a truly adorable video for one of the sweetheartiest songs on Lolipopper—and recent L.A. RECORD poster dude and intervieweeWyatt Blair's new Point Of No Return album. It's called "Double Rainbow" and it's as colorful and cheerful as it can possibly be! You can get Point Of No Return from Burger and Lolipop here and Blair's next show will be in Phoenix, Arizona, on Oct. 7!

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TOUCHE AMORE + HUM + BALANCE AND COMPOSURE @ FOX THEATRE POMONA

There was beauty in the frenzy caused once Touche Amore took the stage against a sinister backdrop of red lights and shadows. It was a reciprocal relationship of intensity, as fans shouted along with frontman Jeremy Bolm, arms (and sometimes bodies) outstretched.

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BAND OF SKULLS + MOVING UNITS + MOTHERS @ THE WILTERN THEATRE

“Can you hear me now? We’ll, we broke the fucking PA so let’s carry on again.” Thank you for being so patient. Let’s make it even twice as loud now” singer/guitarist Russell Marsden exclaimed with determination in his voice.

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DIE ANTWOORD @ HOLLYWOOD PALLADIUM

Amidst a recent false report that Die Antwoord is breaking up in September of 2017, the artistic duo delivered songs from their recently released Mount Ninji and Da nice Time Kid with their colorful "zef" world to the Hollywood Palladium, as fans embraced the band's childlike dream turned into a sordid nightmare.

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PLAYLIST: “ONE REPORTER’S OPINION” (DUBLAB, SEPT. 21, 2016)

Here's the playlist from L.A. RECORD editor Chris Ziegler's monthly radio show "One Reporter's Opinion," aired on dublab on Wed., Sept. 21, with new music from Ras_G, Morgan Delt, Gap Dream, Itasca, Jimetta Rose and more! Listen to the show here! The next edition of "One Reporter's Opinion" will be at noon on Wed., Oct. 19. Send us music for consideration!

Interview

DE LA SOUL: EVERY NEW DAY PRESENTS A FUTURE

De La Soul are firmly in the here-and-now with their brand new and the Anonymous Nobody..., their first studio album in more than a decade. It’s a crowd-funded extravaganza (with guest spots from 2 Chainz, Pete Rock, Damon Albarn, Snoop Dogg and many more) built from a custom collaboration with the Rhythm Roots All Stars, who provided untold hours of live recordings for De La Soul to sample and reassemble. They’ll perform at the Music Tastes Good festival in Long Beach on Sept. 25, and they speak now to Low End Theory’s DJ Nobody.

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