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FLAT WORMS + AUTOMATIC @ ZEBULON

Marcos Manrique Flat Worms held a record release party for Into the Iris EP at The Zebulon and needless to say, it was packed and electric. Will Ivy, Tim Hellman (Thee Oh Sees, Sic Alps) and Justin Sullivan (Kevin Morby, The Babies) blasted the paint…

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#GVLOVESYOU: NO FEES FOR MORE THAN FORTY GOLDENVOICE SHOWS THROUGH TONIGHT!

Goldenvoice has a special promotion right now to show their love for the music community across Los Angeles: for a limited time, fans can get tickets without any fees to more than 40 shows from February to June! The complete list -- with Vince Staples, Empress Of, James Blake and lots more—is here! Act fast—this offer ends on Sunday!

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ALEX CAMERON + HOLIDAY SIDEWINDER @ THE PICO UNION PROJECT

Photos by Leslie Kalohi Aussie delight Alex Cameron, joined with “business partner” and saxophonist Roy Molloy, packed the pews and aisles of The Pico Union Project’s hallowed venue for a fantastic evening of music and stories. The lanky singer-songwriter, channeling the smooth moves of Nick…

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STONEFIELD + HOOVERIII @ ZEBULON

Photos by Marcos Manrique It was Stonefield’s last date on their U.S.tour and also drummer/vocalist Amy Findlay’s 29th birthday. Time to party! Stonefield delivered 110% to end their last day in “sunny” LA as one to remember with champagne and high spirits. Monarch started the…

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GANG OF FOUR @ THE ROXY

Photos by Miguel Vasconcellos Set to release their first album in four years, Happy Now post-punk pioneers Gang of Four brought their special rock sound to the Roxy on Wednesday night as part of a too-brief U.S. tour. Even Tom Morello was in the house…

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VIDEO PREMIERE: DAS KOPE “MEET YOU IN THE DARK”

L.A.'s Das Kope moved from Sao Paulo to a metaphysically subterranean apartment in Hollywood and delivered into the light the "Ready For The Summer" video last summer. Now he's back with the similarly surreal "Meet You In The Dark." It's like a Bowie or Lennon solo ballad—so yes, Tame Impala people, wander in here—reincarnated with the highest-slash-dirtiest tech 1990 had to offer, from the pixelated drum sounds to the gloriously primitive VGA visuals. Think sci-fi meets lo-fi in slo-mo—a digital downer about drifting through existence as only a lonely voice in a song, a signal bouncing from planet to empty planet. As a musical and visual metaphor, it's all about deep space. Kope explains: