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BIG FREEDIA + LOW CUT CONNIE @ THE REGENT

Photography by Miguel Vasconcellos It was a big ol’ bounce house as Big Freedia, Low Cut Connie and Boyfriend hit the Regent hard putting feel good energy into the room.

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BLACK MIDI @ ZEBULON CONCERT CAFE

Most everyone who was at the third sold out night of black midi at the Zebulon had never seen the young and extremely talented musicians from London (except for maybe the previous nights), but had definitely seen the Youtube video that came out in January…

Captain Murphy at Adult Swim Fest on Nov. 15-16

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ADULT SWIM FEST @ BANC OF CALIFORNIA STADIUM

This year's Adult Swim Festival embraced its weirdness by delivering an eclectic mix of some of today's hottest music artists along with some of the network's most bizarre comedy shows. Filled with interactive experiences, games, panels, and screenings, the festival gave fans a chance to live in the Adult Swim universe, even if only for a weekend.

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BLACK KEYS + MODEST MOUSE + SHANNON AND THE CLAMS @ THE FORUM

Photography by Steph Port Blues/rock duo the Black Keys—guitarist Dan Auerbach and drummer Patrick Carney—along with three bandmates, are currently on an arena tour around the US in support of their latest full length release Let’s Rock. A highlight of the night came mid-set when…

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SLEATER-KINNEY @ THE HOLLYWOOD PALLADIUM

After four years, Sleater-Kinney was back to play the Hollywood Palladium with a new album The Center Won’t Hold, sans longtime drummer Janet Weiss, but with new drummer Angie Boylan, instrumentalists Katie Harkin and Toko Yasuda. Founding members Carrie Brownstein and Corin Tucker brought their riot grrrl energy, providing a full and more polished live sound and bigger stage production–but still the same raw energy and ferocity that we know and love from Sleater-Kinney. The show featured every track off their latest release, which was produced by friend of the band Annie Clark—aka St. Vincent. We were also treated to favorites like “Modern Girl,” “Jumpers,” “Dig Me Out,” and “One More Hour.” First generation Latina and Chicago born KAINA opened the show.