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Live reviews

ANGEL OLSEN + ADRIANNE LENKER @ THE EL REY THEATRE

April 18th, 2018

Photos by Stephanie Port Words by Madison Desler “So you guys know the band’s not coming out, right?,” reigning indie darling Angel Olsen asked last night at The El Rey Theatre, where she performed an intimate solo show without her usual, besuited sidemen. It was…

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THE GARDEN + TIJUANA PANTHERS + COWGIRL CLUE + SHATTERED FAITH @ THE REGENT

April 1st, 2018

Photos by Marcos Manrique Words by Zachary Castro Amid the glory of towering skyscrapers, The Regent sat patiently as hundreds of fans arrived in troves of leather clad and dangly earring donning gangs. The blue sky faded slowly into orange, pink, purple then black, and…

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BRONCHO + MOZES AND THE FIRSTBORN + VALEN @ THE ECHO

March 24th, 2018

From “Can’t Get Past The Lips,” a song off their first album of the same title, to their newest song, the dreamy 80s-tinged single “Get In My Car,” we were with the band the whole way, eating out of lovable oddball Ryan Lindsey’s hand.

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PUBLIC ACCESS T.V. + THE SOFT WHITE SIXTIES + FUTURE FEATS @ THE ECHO

March 23rd, 2018

An even mix of cuts off their debut album and their recent release, Street Safari, the setlist was built for maximum groove. The Damn The Torpedoes strut of “Evil Disco” and power-pop shimmer of “On Location” got things moving, as the curious crowd warmed-up to the east coast interlopers.

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GUANTANAMO BAYWATCH + PRETTIEST EYES + NO PARENTS @ THE HI HAT

March 12th, 2018

Photos by Marcos Manrique Words by Zachary Castro As rain started to flood the streets of Los Angeles, vivacious music lovers flooded The Hi Hat to see a rock n’ roll show. The smell of burgers cooked to perfection filled the air as delighted concert-goers…

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AMERICAN NIGHTMARE + TORSO + FIREBURN @ THE ECHOPLEX

March 11th, 2018

It says a lot about the connection between a band and their audience when a circle pit can go off with the house music still on. American Nightmare picked up their instruments at the Echoplex ready to start a riot, though The Smiths’ “Barbarism Begins At Home” was still blasting through the PA as they ripped into their set.