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K.FLAY + SIR SLY @ THE FONDA THEATRE

January 13th, 2018

Photos by Leslie Kalohi Kristine Flaherty, best known in the music world as K.Flay, commanded the Fonda Theatre stage for her exhilarating sold out show on the Every Where is Some Where tour. Raw, honest, and grimy, K.Flay flawlessly showcased her quick-tongued rapping with a…

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LUNA + BIG MOTHER GIG @ THE MOROCCAN LOUNGE

January 13th, 2018

Photos by Patrick Do The fog machine was on full blast as Luna took the stage at The Moroccan Lounge to a packed and excited room. Luna started off the set with their special version of The Cure’s “Fire in Cairo” setting off the band’s…

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LAUREN RUTH WARD + YIP YOPS + LIV SLINGERLAND + RAMONDA HAMMER @ THE ECHO

January 10th, 2018

Photos by Maximilian Ho Fans of the dynamic singer-songwriter Lauren Ruth Ward packed The Echo as she kicked off her month-long Monday night residency. Ward, along with guitarist Eduardo Rivera, bassist Liv Slingerland and drummer India Pascucci, captivated us with mostly singles from the upcoming…

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THE SIDE EYES + PINKY PINKY + PASTEL FELT + HIT BARGAIN @ THE ECHO

January 9th, 2018

So Sick is the title of The Side Eyes' new album and The Echo played host to rising LA band on Saturday. Lead singer Astrid McDonald is fearless on stage as her face came close to the faces of the front row of music lovers who grasped every note.

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THE SMELL’S 20TH ANNIVERSARY

January 6th, 2018

No matter what the median age, the crowd there always seems to be perpetual mildly punky Monkees, happily toiling away at music most music journalists are paid to ignore or underrate. So it was last Friday night, as this lumpy, color-splashed brick hole hosted yet another old-school underground blowout.

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FLAT WORMS + POW! + THE MAD WALLS + CAT SCAN @ THE ECHO

January 4th, 2018

The solid crowd of beanie-wearing patrons that ventured out into the frigid sub-60 weather were treated to the “Post-Punk” package, as band after band with varying levels or art-school weird and pogo-punk energy took to the stage.