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BLOODY DEATH SKULL @ BLUE BAG RECORDS

February 2nd, 2015

Maybe Bloody Death Skull is the missing link between the innocence of youth and the cynicism of the adult who yearns to be young again. They incorporate trippy costumes and obscure instruments. You might start questioning your existence, remembering your childhood (for better or worse) and getting in touch with some uncomfortable truths about the world.

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BOY AND BEAR @ THE FONDA

October 10th, 2014

With reverence for such staples of Americana (yes I know Young is from Canada), Boy & Bear has a lot to live up to but the band certainly met the mark, especially in categories of self-exploration, lyrical depth, and haunting harmonies.

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NEDELLE TORRISI @ OTHERWILD

March 1st, 2014

“She has the voice of an angel” was whispered amongst the crowd more than a few times. Her nearly pitch-perfect, angelic voice was only trumped by her excellent projection while staying perfectly tight, landing on every note with the finesse of a butterfly and unleashing the power of a lioness upon belting select hard-to-hit notes.

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JAPANTHER @ LYRIC THEATRE

February 5th, 2014

Crackling movie quotes, punctuated artsy musings, stuttering programmed beats, and periodic commentary from their drummer garnished this tasty offering at WeHo’s Lyric Theatre.

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TELEKINESIS + THE DISMEMBERMENT PLAN @ THE FONDA

December 19th, 2013

It was lively, it was a wonderful spectacle, and, most importantly, it was loud and mesmerizing.

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THE ENTRANCE BAND @ DILETTANTE GALLERY (LIVE REVIEW + INTERVIEW)

December 17th, 2013

The Entrance Band. So brooding, so mercurial, and yet so full of the alchemistic gold dust you cannot help but be transformed. It’s what Hendrix advocates call “experienced’ or what many of those illustrious Ted Talks speakers reveal.

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