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DEFTONES + DEATH FROM ABOVE 1979 @ IRVINE MEADOWS

August 31st, 2015

Moreno has been sporting his Morrissey t-shirt for a few shows and a fan in the crowd decided he needed a new one and tossed one up to him. "Put it in a safe place" Moreno said to one of the crew.

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THE BLACK RYDER + THE VACANT LOTS + TENNIS SYSTEM @ THE ROXY

August 31st, 2015

Although they are from Australia and have called LA home for a few years, The Black Ryder is definitely family to those who attend their shows, listen to their music and have met them around town. For their final headlining show for 2015, Aimee Nash and Scott Van Ryper brought their dreamy sounds to The Roxy. With no shadows to hide in, Van Ryper still mastered the guitar and vocals as Nash stood front and center captivating us with her angelic voice. Songs were played from their sophomore album The Door Behind the Door and 2009's Buy The Ticket, Take The Ride. How fitting that it was a full moon, as BRMC's Peter Hayes joined his friends towards the end to sing and play harmonica. The Black Ryder will continue on to support The Jesus and Mary Chain (how perfect) through September.

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SAVAGES @ THE ROXY

August 27th, 2015

"Thank you!" exclaimed a female voice from the back of the Roxy. "You should be up here" replied Jehnny Beth, the dynamic singer of Savages. This was a noticeable difference in the band's live show last night compared to the last time they played the Fonda almost two years ago. Beth is now much more connected to the crowd, helping make it a unified experience.

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METZ + RETOX + OBLITERATIONS @ THE ECHO

August 22nd, 2015

When word gets out about how surreal a METZ live show can be, people get curious, attend, and want more. The Toronto trio consisting of vocalist/guitarist Alex Edkins, drummer Hayden Menzies (who is also a talented visual artist) and Chris Slorach on bass/backing vox haven't given into the usual temptations of changing their music for mainstream.

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THE JESUS AND MARY CHAIN + A PLACE TO BURY STRANGERS @ THE FONDA THEATRE

August 21st, 2015

In our recent interview with The Jesus and Mary Chain, Jim Reid spoke briefly regarding The Power of Negative Thinking, which is the title of their box set, but it was a little difficult to be negative at The Fonda Theatre on the first of two consecutive shows when the band that has influenced so many musicians played Psychocandy in its entirety on the 30th anniversary of its release. There were two full sets with the band having a spot of tea in between.

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ECHO PARK RISING – SATURDAY

August 16th, 2015

From the large outdoor Liberty Stage where Hanni El Khatib had a massive crowd that pretty much broke the barrier down with fans going nuts and even more so once he jumped down and went inside the feverish crowd to the Little Joy bar way up the street on Sunset where bands like Cutty Flamm played on the floor to patrons who packed in tight.

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