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THAT DOG + GRAHAM COXON @ THE SMELL

Photos and recap by Sarah Hess SoCal’s heatwave wasn’t enough the keep fans away from two back-to-back, steamy sold-out shows at The Smell last night with LA’s that dog. and Graham Coxon (Blur). The shows were in celebration of the re-issuing of that dog.’s self-titled…

Live reviews

PAUL MCCARTNEY @ DODGER STADIUM

Photos and words by Kevin Estrada Sir Paul McCartney brought his 2019 Freshen Up Tour to an end for a sold out crowd last night at Dodger Stadium. Besides the dozens of hits one would expect at a McCartney show, we were treated to a…

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SADGIRL @ THE TERAGRAM BALLROOM

Photos by Asha Moné With a crisp and refreshing debut album simply titled Water, SadGirl easily sold out the Teragram Ballroom to splash their new tunes on the ever-moving fans who couldn’t contain themselves. Vocalist/guitarist Misha Lindes, bassist Dakota Peterson and David Ruiz–double duty drummer…

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BLEACHED @ THE MOROCCAN LOUNGE

Photos by Sarah Hess Celebrating the release of their third studio album–Don’t You Think You’ve Had Enough?–LA’s own Bleached sold out the Moroccan Lounge (not surprisingly) that included a chocolate cake. Sisters Jennifer and Jessica Clavin played plenty of new songs, including singles “Hard To…

Interview

TERRY GRAHAM: HOW ABOUT EVERYTHING?

Terry James Graham left Texas for L.A. in the middle of the 70s and became a crucial participant in the cultural and musical revolution known as punk rock. At first he was an audience member in the burgeoning Hollywood punk scene, and then drummer for the Bags and the Gun Club. He recently published a book about those wild and reckless times: Punk Like Me, Liner Notes for a Revolution that Almost Happened. (Lost Word Press, 2018) Terry Graham will read from Punk Like Me and do a set of Cramps/Gun Club covers with his band Sex Beat on Saturday at House of Machines—more info here! This interview by Justin Maurer.

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AMYL AND THE SNIFFERS + ALICE BAG @ THE TERAGRAM BALLROOM

Photos by Carlos Garcia A few earthquakes and some fireworks were nothing compared to the shaking and rumbling that happened a few days afterwards at The Teragram Ballrom as Aussies Amyl and The Sniffers conjured up quite the soiree in support of their self-titled debut…

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