Posts Tagged ‘Scott Sheff’

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THE JOY FORMIDABLE + EVERYTHING EVERYTHING @ THE ROXY THEATRE

March 30th, 2016

It was a night to celebrate with the Welsh trio The Joy Formidable. It was bassist Rhydian Dafydd’s birthday, which included an obligatory shot and a few balloons to commemorate the anniversary. Drummer Matt Thomas spent the day at the dentist, his first visit in 18 years.

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POLICA + CLARA-NOVA @ THE FONDA THEATRE

March 27th, 2016

A “Whoa, where has he been?” moment happened during the last song with Bierden stepping up to the mic and blowing the crowd away with his powerful vocals. While it was only one verse, its impact was everlasting. Let’s hope Poliça taps into his hidden skillset in future projects.

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ST. LUCIA + GRACE MITCHELL @ THE FONDA THEATRE

March 12th, 2016

However, the band did slow things down a bit midway through the set with the tender “Love Somebody,” giving Grobler an opportunity to hop off stage and mingle with fans. The dancing continued and even a few couldn't stop as they headed through the lobby after the show.

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WAVVES + BEST COAST + CHERRY GLAZERR @ THE FONDA THEATRE

March 5th, 2016

Three Southern California bands in one glorious night. The co-headlining “Summer Is Forever II” tour featuring Wavves and Best Coast crashed a sold-out Fonda Theatre for an all-ages show, bringing out plenty of swaying, surfing and happy fans.

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DR. DOG + HOP ALONG @ THE WILTERN THEATRE

February 21st, 2016

The tour de force known as Dr. Dog made a return trip to Los Angeles and The Wiltern Theatre on the heels of their latest release The Psychedelic Swamp. The indie-rock sextet out of Philadelphia dazzled both with their stellar set and colorful light show.

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DWEEZIL ZAPPA + DUSTIN BOYER @ THE REGENT THEATRE

February 15th, 2016

While there were no Frank songs played during the night, his influence was evident in the new music and through the sense of humor delivered by Dweezil and his talented bandmates. In between songs while Zappa tuned his guitar, the band continued on by playing snippets of classic retro tunes to bide some, including the theme song to Entertainment Tonight," “Believe it or Not” (the theme song to the 80’s television show The Greatest American Hero) Glen Frey’s “The Heat is On” and “Oh Yeah” by the band Yello.