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THRICE + THE BRONX + TEENAGE WRIST @ HOUSE OF BLUES

November 18th, 2018

Photos by Leslie Kalohi Orange County’s Thrice headlined a sold out show at the House of Blues Anaheim, filling the venue to the brim with passionate fans singing along to every word by frontman Dustin Kensrue. Having a much better time than the last show…

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CAMP FLOG GNAW @ DODGER STADIUM

November 12th, 2018

All photos by Maximilian Ho There wasn’t an artist that took the stage this weekend without thanking Tyler The Creator for inviting them to what has to be the best Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival yet. This year, it was held at Dodger Stadium. The dtla…

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YOUNG FATHERS + ALGIERS @ THE FONDA THEATRE

November 12th, 2018

Photos by Leslie Kalohi Words by Cheryl Cheng Although Young Fathers are currently on tour in support of their third album Cocoa Sugar, the band has only recently been attracting increased attention stateside, from their set at the Hollywood Bowl earlier this year to contributing…

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OF MONTREAL + REPTALIENS @ THE FONDA THEATRE

November 11th, 2018

Photos by Leslie Kalohi of Montreal’s Kevin Barnes brought his fantastically hedonistic circus of a live show to the Fonda Theatre. Crazily costumed dancers flanked the frontman’s equally fanciful outfits throughout the night as the band not only played selections off latest album White is…

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DEATH FROM ABOVE 1979 + CRX @ THE TERAGRAM BALLROOM

November 6th, 2018

Photos by Marcos Manrique The Teragram Ballroom has been on fire with high energy shows and the other night was no exception as Death From Above 1979 took over with new tunes from Outrage! Is Now. CRX opened with new single “Love Me Again.”

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PUBLIC IMAGE LTD (PIL) @ THE FONDA THEATRE

November 5th, 2018

Photos by Hannah Verbeuren The stories this man could tell! Punk icon John Lydon/Johnny Rotten and his band Public Image Ltd (PIL) brought the Public Image is Rotten tour to The Fonda Theatre after being moved from The El Rey Theatre because, well, a lot…