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The Wrens’ Kevin Whelan & Charles Bissell Trade Blows In New Interview About Breakup

Kevin Whelan, formerly of the Wrens, is releasing Observatory, his debut album as Aeon Station, next month on Sub Pop. Notoriously, half of the album was originally recorded for inclusion on the next Wrens album, the long-awaited follow-up to 2003’s widely beloved The Meadowlands, which was also supposed to be released by Sub Pop. But due to a falling out with Wrens bandmate Charles Bissell — who has been tinkering with the new Wrens music for more than a decade, and who was seeking more robust ...
Tags: Music, News, Observatory, Whelan, Meadowlands, The Wrens, Charles Bissell, Kevin Whelan, Aeon Station, Greg Whelan, Jerry MacDonald Bissell

The Wrens’ Charles Bissell Addresses Split With Bandmate Kevin Whelan

Everyone invested in New Jersey indie rock heroes the Wrens has been waiting well over a decade for Charles Bissell — the band’s singer, guitarist, resident producer, and de facto leader — to finish tinkering with the new album they’ve been promising since not too long after 2003’s masterful The Meadowlands. That includes Bissell’s Wrens co-frontman Kevin Whelan. In a New York Times interview last month, Whelan announced that, having run out of patience with Bissell’s perfectionist delays and co...
Tags: Music, News, New York Times, Queens, New Jersey, Observatory, Whelan, Bissell, The Wrens, Charles Bissell, Jerry MacDonald, Kevin Whelan, Aeon Station, Greg Whelan Kevin

Dropkick Murphys and Rancid will bring tour to Los Angeles and Santa Ana

Punk rock bands Dropkick Murphys and Rancid are hitting the road together later this summer with support from The Bronx. The trek kicks off in August and comes to California for multiple dates in October with shows at Frost Amphitheater in Palo Alto Thursday, Oct. 7; a festival performance at Aftershock at Discovery Park in Sacramento Friday, Oct. 8; the Observatory OC Festival Grounds in Santa Ana Saturday, Oct. 9; Gallagher Square Park at Petco Park in San Diego Sunday, Oct. 10; Vina Robles Am...
Tags: Music, California, Boston, Sacramento, Los Angeles, Sport, Palo Alto, Things To Do, Soccer, New Zealand, San Diego, Dropkick Murphys, Morrissey, Cypress Hill, Paso Robles, Tim Armstrong

Silversun Pickups stay true to form on a euphoric night at the Observatory

[See image gallery at] Remember those spindly indie kids who clawed their way into Silversun Pickups’ shows in the early 2000s? They need to hire babysitters to see one of the L.A. quartet’s concerts now, and some aren’t so spindly anymore. As for those rangy Pickups themselves, Brian Aubert, Nikki Monninger, Joe Lester and Christopher Guanlao seem hermetically sealed since the mid-2000s, both in body and spirit. On Wednesday night at the Observatory, the second of a 30-date tour i...
Tags: Music, Featured, Gallery, Southern California, Show Review, Don, Lester, Observatory, Silversun Pickups, The Observatory, Matt Cowan, Aubert, Monninger, Better Nature, Eliza & the Delusionals, Christopher Guanlao

Tonight in L.A.: Silversun Pickups, Luna, Radical Face, Jenny O., Dermot Kennedy, Emily King, Fever Joy/Luna Aura, Mr. Bungle, Aventura, Alexander 23, Pinegrove, Slapshot, Tugaloo, O Future, Helena, Grady, REO Speedwagon, Jason Ferg

L.A. concerts for Wednesday: ► Silversun Pickups headline the Observatory in support of their latest album “Widow’s Weeds.” Eliza & the Delusionals and Cuffed Up open. ► Indie greats Luna celebrate the 25th anniversary of their album “Penthouse” by performing it at the Teragram Ballrom, with the Pesos opening. ► Radical Face [see “Reveries”], touring in support of the deluxe reissue of his 2007 cult classic “Ghost,” does the first of two nights at the Troubadour, with Axel Flóvent opening. ► Emi...
Tags: Music, Hollywood, Preview, Lake, Luna, Reo Speedwagon, Pinegrove, Wiltern, Molly Malone, Catalina Club, Jenna, Jenny, Masonic Lodge, Tony Conrad, Observatory, Helena

This Week’s Shows: Feb. 3-9

Upcoming Los Angeles concerts: One Love Cali Reggae Fest, Tycho, the New Pornographers, the Dumes, Cartalk, Draag, Trends, David Ryan Harris, Dermot Kennedy, Emily King, Xavier Omär, Bon Entendeur, Shane Garcia, Silversun Pickups, Aventura, Mr. Bungle, Radical Face, Luna, Fever Joy, Jenny O., Alexander 23, O Future, Grady, Pinegrove, Flor, Mondo Cozmo, Jane Holiday, the Rescues, Danko Jones, Gregory Porter, the Faction, Lil Tjay, Armin Van Buuren, Motor Sales, Naomi Greene, Pigeons Playing Ping ...
Tags: Preview, Alexander 23, Armin van Buuren, Aventura, Bon Entendeur, Breathe Carolina, Caifanes, Cartalk, Danko Jones, Dashboard Confessional, David Ryan Harris, Dermot Kennedy, Draag, Emily King, Eyedress, Featured

Tonight in L.A.: Juliana Hatfield, J. Laser, Plastic Picnic, Kate Clover, Figs Vision, WASI, Will Reagan, Marube, Love Ghost, Acres Even, the Shirtwaist Sisters, Chelsea Saints, Felipe Esparza

L.A. concerts for Monday: ► Juliana Hatfield visits the Echoplex in support of her latest covers project, “Juliana Hatfield Sings the Police.” ► J. Laser (Jordan Lawlor from M83) previews music from his forthcoming EP at a free show at Zebulon. ► Brooklyn quartet Plastic Picnic heads up the lineup at It’s a School Night at Bardot. Earlier, catch Cuffed Up (see “French Exit”), Flor de Toloache and Yashua. ► And these January residencies come to an end: Kate Clover at the Bootleg Theater (with Ros...
Tags: Music, Brooklyn, Clarke, Le Tigre, Preview, Kate Clover, Maui, Juliana Hatfield, Figs Vision, Bootleg Theater, Harvard Stone, Jam, Observatory, Wasi, Zebulon, Marube

This Week’s Shows: Jan. 27-Feb. 2

Upcoming Los Angeles concerts: Will Reagan, Juliana Hatfield, J. Laser, Love Ghost, Salute to Prince, Jean-Michel Blais, Forty Feet Tall, Gold Star, Georgi Kay, Siames, Wale, Shakey Graves, Ian Sweet, Precious Kid, Mattiel, the Shakes, Caspian, Reggie Watts & Karen, Randy Houser, Wolf Parade, Nicole Kiki Jaffe, Martin Rev, the Brilliance, She Wants Revenge, City of the Sun, No Parents, Trapt, the Marcus King Band, Tune-Yards, Baynk, Slander, Periphery, Ron Pope, Vanessa Zamora, ZOOLUXX, Object A...
Tags: Preview, BAYNK, Ben Lee, Caroline Polachek, Caspian, Chris Botti, Chris Lane, City of the Sun, Courtney Barnett, DJJ Quik, Featured, Forty Feet Tall, Georgi Kay, Gold Star, Gost, Grady

Photos: Saint Motel at the Observatory

[See image gallery at] Saint Motel turned the first night of their 2020 tour, titled “The Motion Picture Show,” into a spectacle on Friday night at the sold-out Observatory. The L.A. quartet in October released the first installment of their new album, an EP titled “The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, Pt. 1.” The five-song release arrived with slick videos for each song, and Friday’s show — which featured costume and set design changes for each “scene” — was equally cinematic...
Tags: Music, Featured, Gallery, Jackson, Elise, Local Artist, Show Review, Saint Motel, Observatory, Bryan Greenberg, Van Horn, Kolars, Diane Mozart For Elise

Tonight in L.A.: Coldplay, Elbow, Marcus Buser, Bonny Light Horseman, Laurie Anderson & Christian McBride, Los Dead Dreams, Moisture Boys, Cosmo, Landon Wordswell, Earth Girl Helen Brown, Kevin Garrett, EZI, Reverend Horton Heat

L.A. concerts for Tuesday: ► Coldplay does a second night at the Hollywood Palladium. ► Elbow headlines the Observatory in support of their latest album “Giants of All Sizes.” Get there early for Jesca Hoop. ► Marcus Buser [see “All Night”] celebrates the release of his “Bad Dreams” EP with a show at the Bootleg Theater, joined by Matt Rose and Priscilla Perry. ► And all-star trio Bonny Light Horseman [see “Roving”], whose debut album arrives Friday, visit the Lodge Room, with Anna St. Louis sup...
Tags: Music, Elbow, Coldplay, Preview, Alex, Cosmo, Laurie Anderson, Reverend Horton Heat, Harvey, Largo, Observatory, Hollywood Palladium, Brenda Carsey, Randy Emata, Helen Brown, Horton Heat

5 questions for Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl as he smokes meat at NAMM 2020 Dimebash barbecue

When Rita Haney, longtime partner of the late “Dimebag” Darrell Abbott, asked Foo Fighters’ vocalist-guitarist Dave Grohl to be a part of the 11th Annual Dimebash at the Observatory in Santa Ana, she said he immediately responded, “Well, you know I’m cooking, right?” Grohl, who celebrated his 51st birthday on Jan. 14 and has been dropping hints on social media about some crazy stuff coming up for the Foo Fighters’ 25th anniversary, has become known for more than just his skills on stage. He’s be...
Tags: Music, Texas, Virginia, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Dave Grohl, North Carolina, East Coast, Pantera, Concerts, Yamaha, Namm, Anaheim, Grohl, Rita

NAMM 2020: Dave Grohl, members of Anthrax, Stone Sour and more honor Pantera guitarist ‘Dimebag’ Darrell with Dimebash

The backstage area was bustling Thursday afternoon at the Observatory in Santa Ana as a slew of musicians prepared to perform at the 11th Annual Dimebash, the unofficial rock-and-roll kick-off to the 2020 NAMM Show happening over at the Anaheim Convention Center. It’s an ideal time for musicians to come together and rock since they’re all in town anyway — and what better cause to celebrate than the life and legacy of the late “Dimebag” Darrell Abbott, co-founder and guitarist of Pantera and Dama...
Tags: Music, Sport, Dave, Things To Do, Soccer, Wembley Stadium, Justin Bieber, Dave Grohl, Kenya, Ohio, Anthrax, Pantera, Concerts, Abbott, Yamaha, Namm

Stream: Cuffed Up, ‘French Exit’

From the first minute of their debut single “Mother/Father,” you knew L.A. quartet Cuffed Up knew their post-punk. Their new single “French Exit” is another story entirely, a stream-turned-whirlpool-of-consciousness, with Sapphire Jewell speak-singing over an intoxicating wash of guitar and cymbals. To review: Cuffed Up formed after a chance meeting between Jewell and Ralph Torrefranca, during which they bonded over their love for the U.K. punk scene. Vic Ordonez and Joe Liptock later came on bo...
Tags: Music, Featured, Patti Smith, Courtney Barnett, Los Angeles Bands, Latest Music, Observatory, Jewell, Silversun Pickups, Joe Liptock, Cuffed Up, Sapphire Jewell, Ralph Torrefranca, Vic Ordonez, Bardot Free

Stream: The Garden, ‘Clench to Stay Awake’

Iconoclastic brother duo the Garden have reached into their sonic toolshed of sharp, rusty objects on the new song “Clench to Stay Awake.” It’s an abrasion waiting to happen — as well as the lead track on twins Wyatt and Fletcher Shears’ fourth album, “Kiss My Super Bowl Ring,” coming out March 13 via Epitaph Records. The song, which the duo says is based on their mysterious health issues over the years, sandwiches a solid minute of punk fury in between a deadpan one-minute intro and equally imp...
Tags: Garden, Music, Epitaph Records, Los Angeles Bands, Latest Music, The Garden, Fonda Theatre, Observatory, Wyatt, Ariel Pink Khalif Jones

NAMM 2020: An all-star line-up of musicians will honor the late ‘Dimebag’ Darrell Abbott during Dimebash at the Observatory

With the NAMM (National Association of Music Merchants) Show set to take over the Anaheim Convention Center Jan. 16-19, the annual Dimebash will serve as the unofficial rock ‘n’ roll kick-off to the yearly gathering of music merchants and artists on Thursday, Jan. 16 at the Observatory in Santa Ana. Though NAMM is closed to the general public and entry is by official badge only, the Dimebash is open to anyone and tickets are available for $33 for general admission and $200 for VIP at DimebagDarr...
Tags: Music, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Dave Grohl, Ohio, Slipknot, Kristin Chenoweth, Pantera, Southern California, Sirius, Concerts, San Bernardino, Dave Lombardo, Namm

This Week’s Shows: Dec. 30 – Jan. 5

Upcoming Los Angeles concerts: Cracker/Camper Van Beethoven, ModPods, Stilljill, Alien Ant Farm, Guided by Voices, Pan Afrikan Peoples Arkestra, TR/ST, Poolside, Megan Thee Stallion, Dām-Funk, George Clanton, the Tearaways, Sugaray Rayford, YG, Swamp Dogg, Mickey Avalon, Los Lobos, Kristin Chenoweth, Sahara Grim, Califone, T.S.O.L., the Graylings, Ariel Beesley, Black Crystal Wolf Kids, Together Pangea, Model/Actriz, Netherfriends, Los Stellarians, Redacted Fest, Viernes 13, the Gems, No Age, Ki...
Tags: Preview, Aidan Gallagher, Alien Ant Farm, Ariel Beesley, Bino Rideaux, Black Crystal Wolf Kids, Califone, Camper Van Beethoven, Cracker, Dam-Funk, Epica, Eric Davis, Featured, George Clanton, Guided by Voices, Guitar Shorty

Tonight in L.A.: Dead & Company, Jerron ‘Blind Boy’ Paxton, Brainstory, Poolside, Los Lobos, Post Life, Deorro, Black Mike, Spafford, Sublime With Rome, Faster Pussycat, the English Beat, Face to Face, the Higgs

L.A. concerts for Friday: ► Dead & Company do the first of two nights at the Forum. ► Brainstory officially celebrate the release of their album “Buck” with a show at the Moroccan Lounge, joined by Los Retros and Xin Xin. ► Multi-instrumental wizard Jerron “Blind Boy” Paxton brings his throwback blues, jazz, folk and country to the Pico Union Project. ► Poolside bring their California Sunset tour to the Observatory, with Neil Frances and Katzù Oso supporting. ► And Post Life celebrates the relea...
Tags: Music, Rome, Richard, Preview, Dead & Company, Los Lobos, Brainstory, Post-life, Sublime With Rome, Silverlake Lounge, Higgs, Paxton, Stacy, Observatory, Black Mike, Tyrone

Tonight in L.A.: Ariana Grande, Leaving Records Anniversary Party, the Joy Formidable, Adam Lambert, Us the Duo, Common Holly, Emarosa, Taleen Kali, Ezra Furman, Soulection, Sloppy Jane, Scotty Boy, Bones, Tourist, Saosin, the Vandals

L.A. concerts for Saturday: ► Ariana Grande does the first of two nights at the Forum as part of her Sweetener World Tour, with Social House supporting. ► Welsh trio the Joy Formidable are closing out a year in which they celebrate the 10-year anniversary of their debut “A Balloon Called Moaning” with a show at the Teragram Ballroom. Twen opens. ► Celebrating 10 years, the Leaving Records Anniversary Party brings Julia Holter, Dakim, Ana Roxanne, Sam Gendel & Sam Wilkes, Sudan Archives, Mndsgn a...
Tags: Music, Kentucky, Los Angeles, Ariana Grande, Preview, US The Duo, Alex, Tourist, Adam Lambert, Supremes, Holly, Molly Malone, Catalina Club, Bones, Largo, Observatory

Tonight in L.A.: X, Thursday, Ozma, Lola Kirke, Jade & Willow, Shoreline Mafia, Ginger Root, the Milk Carton Kids, Mulatu Astatke, Teddy Swims, Viento Callejero, Surfaces, the Grouch, Eric Bellinger, Ted Z & the Wranglers

L.A. concerts for Thursday: ► X — on their annual X-Mas Holiday Tour — does the first of two sold-out nights at the Teragram Ballroom, with Los Straitjackets opening. ► New Jersey post-hardcore warriors Thursday headline the Roxy, with Chris Conley supporting. ►Celebrating their 20th anniversary, Ozma does the first of two sold-out nights at the Troubadour. Get there early for Pushstart Wagon and Cheekface. ► Lola Kirke visits the Bootleg Theater in support of her latest EP, “Friends and Foes an...
Tags: Music, X, New Jersey, Preview, Alex, Thursday, Murs, Teragram Ballroom, Huntington Beach, Valley, Genghis Cohen, Largo, El Rey, Observatory, Andrew McMahon, Eric Bellinger

This Week’s Shows: Dec. 16-22

Upcoming Los Angeles concerts: All Time Low, DIIV, Joel Taylor, Robert Francis, Colyer, SiR, Whispertown, James Vickery, LA Takedown, Rooney, UMI, the Habits, Waterparks, Il Divo, DaBaby, Kiefer Sutherland, Sebastian, Hellyeah, Ezra Collective, Zealyn, Chris Isaak, Hepa.Titus, X, the Milk Carton Kids, Jaden & Willow, Ozma, Lola Kirke, Ginger Root, Teddy Swims, Fatlip, Thursday, Shoreline Mafia, the Grouch, Eric Bellinger, Anita Baker, the Growlers, My Chemical Romance, Quitapenas, Francisca Vale...
Tags: Preview, Adam Lambert, Alain Whyte, All Time Low, Anita Baker, Ariana Grande, Batushka, Bleachers, Chris Isaak, Colyer, DaBaby, Diiv, Eric Bellinger, Ezra Collective, Ezra Furman, Fatlip

This Week’s Shows: Nov. 25-Dec. 1

Upcoming Los Angeles concerts: The Dear Hunter, Turnover, Madonna, Twinkids, Whitney Tai, Thank You Scientist, the Chainsmokers, Wild, Vinyl Williams, Total Recluse, Indigo Skyship, Kevin Gates, Filter, A$AP Ferg, Spendtime Palace, Monolord, Gothic Tropic, Sleeplust, Flipper, Repenter, the Aquadolls, the Maine, Death by Stereo, Slayer, Audien, the Locust, Ensiferum, Russ Liquid, the Deltaz, Katey Sagal, Transviolet, Ultra Q, Rucci, X, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Festy Baby, Bea Miller, Dirtwire, M...
Tags: Preview, A$AP Ferg, Asleep at the Wheel, Audien, Bauhaus, Be Kind Holiday Benefit, Bea Miller, Crucial Star, Death by Stereo, Dirtwire, Emarosa, Ensiferum, Featured, Feels, Festy Baby, Filter

Tonight in L.A.: Mumiy Troll, Chloe Lilac, Nai Palm, Dante Elephante, Delta Rae, Ruby Friedman, Luke Combs, Yelawolf, Danny Brown, Ghostemane, Rick Wakeman, Caravan Palace, Subhumans, Agnes Azria, Allegaeon, Tara Jane O’Neil, Kevin

L.A. concerts for Tuesday: ► Nai Palm (of Hiatus Kaiyote) headlines the Lodge Room behind her new solo album “Needle Paw,” with Clever Austin supporting. ► Russian rockers Mumiy Troll take on the Fonda Theatre. ► Brooklyn’s Chloe Lilac visits the Echo in support of her 2019 EP “Manic Pixie Dreams,” joined by Phebe Starr and REL. ► Dante Elephante headline the Moroccan Lounge — get there early for Communicant and Austin Weber. ► Ruby Friedman Orchestra [see “Teardrop Trailer”] hold forth at the H...
Tags: Music, Brooklyn, Tokyo, North Carolina, Preview, Bootleg Theater, Amoeba, Harvard Stone, Largo, Observatory, Rick Wakeman, Frances Cone, Phebe Starr, Julian Velard, Dante Elephante, Austin Weber

This Week’s Shows: Oct. 21-27

Upcoming Los Angeles concerts: Tool, Jonas Brothers, Lizzo, Lauv, Half•Alive, Teleskopes, Maisie Peters, Landon Cube, Luke Combs, Mumiy Troll, Caravan Palace, Rick Wakeman, Nai Palm, Delta Rae, Dante Elephante, Ruby Friedman, the Flusters, Chloe Lilac, Tara Jane O’Neil, Yelawolf, Danny Brown, Ghostemane, We Go Holic, Rich Brian, Jade Bird, Municipal Waste, Dean Lewis, Black Pumas, the Legendary Pink Dots, Nik Freitas, Creating Monsters, Juliuss, Annie Bosko, Meute, Lily Waters, the Shelters, Sle...
Tags: Preview, Sandy) Alex G, Agnostic Front, Aldous Harding, Amon Amarth, Annie Bosko, Balvin, Black Pumas, Booba, Brasstracks, Brent Cobb, Caravan Palace, Caroline Polachek, Chase Rice, Chloe Lilac, Cory Wong

Watch: Saint Motel, ‘The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack: Pt. 1’

L.A. quartet Saint Motel have never done anything by the industry book. Back in the days they were semi-fresh out of film school at Chapman College and their MySpace page was the best way to get in touch with them, they self-released the six-song EP “ForPlay” — but only after a two-year process that saw them fine-tune the songs live and make a video for every track. Two full-lengths and an EP have followed, including the ubiquitous single “My Type.” Speaking of types, Saint Motel’s catalog revea...
Tags: Spotify, Video, Music, Featured, La, Jackson, Mozart, Local Artist, Saint Motel, Observatory, Mark Needham, Chapman College, Jackson Aaron Sharp Dak Lerdamornpong, Greg Erwin, Van Horn Diane Mozart

Photos: ABBATH, OBITUARY Pillage Southern California

Abbath and Obituary rolled through The Observatory in Santa Ana, CA last week. Luckily, Metal Injection photographer James Alvarez was... The post Photos: ABBATH, OBITUARY Pillage Southern California appeared first on Metal Injection.
Tags: Photos, Music, California, Obituary, Abbath, Observatory, Santa Ana CA, James Alvarez, Luckily Metal Injection

This Week’s Shows: Oct. 7-13

Upcoming Los Angeles concerts: Desert Daze, the Band Camino, Cones, Robert Ellis, Lido, Brittany Howard, Dropkick Murphys, Bad Religion, Grandson, Idles, Daniel Norgren, GoGo Penguin, Joshua Radin, Twin XL, Georgia, Odessa, Nocona, Crumb, Angels & Airwaves, K.Flay, Alec Benjamin, Son Volt, Olivia Gatwood, Too Many Zooz, Faye Webster, Mallrat, Trapdoor Social, Boy & Bear, Neon Indian, Pete Yorn, Lana Del Rey, Sofi Tukker, Reik, Snow Tha Product, Rival Sons, Morcheeba, Dear Boy, El Ten Eleven, W.I...
Tags: Preview, Against Me, Aldous Harding, Alec Benjamin, Alice Smith, Angels & Airwaves, Babymetal, Bad Gyal, Bad Religion, Bad Suns, Badflower, Bastille, Bellsaint, Bleached, Blessthefall, Bob Dylan

Playboi Carti Announces 2018 Summer Tour

Playboi Carti is coming to a city near you this summer. The Atlanta rapper will embark on a 19-date U.S. tour starting next month. Kicking off July 24 in San Francisco, the road show will make stops in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Chicago, Boston, New York, and Philadelphia, before wrapping up on August 17 in Atlanta. The tour is in support of Cash Carti’s DIE LIT* debut album, released in mid-May. The news comes after the A$AP Mob affiliate dropped a music video for the song “R.I.P.” earlier this...
Tags: Minneapolis, Nicki Minaj, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Atlanta, Chicago, Jazz, Philadelphia, Soma, Kansas City, Tours, New York Ny, San Francisco CA, Boston MA, Raleigh NC, Ritz

Tonight in L.A.: Jawbreaker, Lord Huron, King Lil G, Son Lux, Run River North, No Age, Mt. Joy, Drugdealer, Darlingside, Palm, Spindrift, Ninet Tayeb, Distractor

Los Angeles concerts for Thursday: ► Jawbreaker does the first of three sold-out nights at the Hollywood Palladium, with Waxahatchee and Upset supporting. ► Lord Huron, whose new album “Vide Noir” arrives in April, play a sold-out night at the Teragram Ballroom. ► Son Lux headline the Regent Theater behind their new album “Brighter Wounds,” with Gordi and Wills opening. ► Run River North headline the Troubadour, with HAWAI supporting. ► Drugdealer has a new album in the works and they play the L...
Tags: Music, Wills, Los Angeles, Moon, Preview, Alex, Palm, Stone Temple Pilots, Darlingside, Zander Hawley, Glen Hansard, Lord Huron, Run River North, Hawai, Korey Dane, Molly Malone

This Week’s Shows: March 5-11

Upcoming Los Angeles concerts: Gogol Bordello, k.d. lang, SYML, the Blank Tapes, Dear Boy, Levi Petree, Mirros for Psychic Warfare, Craig Wedren, Blood Candy, Jordan Rakei, Starset, Lucy Rose, U.S. Girls, the Academic, the Rubens, Gun Outfit, Shea, Katelyn Tarver, Architects, Billie Eilish, Talib Kweli, Kyle Craft, the Suffers, Night Talks, the Stolen, Chola Orange, Young Creatures, Cadence Weapon, Albert Hammond Jr., Matt Costa, Son Lux, the Psychedelic Furs, Jawbreaker, Lord Huron, King Lil G,...
Tags: Preview, Albert Hammond Jr, Alien Ant Farm, American Nightmare, Antibalas, Architects, Billie Eilish, Blood Candy, Buddy Guy, Cadence Weapon, Chola Orange, Coin, Craig Wedren, Criminal Hygiene, Current Joys, Cutty Flam

Tonight in L.A.: Robert Plant, They Might Be Giants, Mondo Cozmo, Cut Chemist, Burger A Go-Go, Demi Lovato, the Dears, Sonny Smith, Ana Tijoux, Machine Head, Datsik, Bad in Bed, Ex-Cult, Zebrahead, Cheap Tissue

Friday’s Los Angeles concerts: ► Robert Plant & the Sensational Space Shifters play the Orpheum Theatre in support of the new album “Carry Fire,” with Seth Lakeman supporting. ► “I Like Fun.” You probably like fun too. You might have some if you are going to They Might Be Giants’ sold-out show at the Regent Theater in support of their 20th album, “I Like Fun,” released in January. ► The First Fridays series at the Natural History Museum continues with performances from Mondo Cozmo, Superet and S...
Tags: Music, Los Angeles, Demi Lovato, Giants, Preview, Melissa Etheridge, They Might Be Giants, Sonny Smith, Robert Plant, Union Nightclub, Machine Head, Kevin Young, Zebrahead, Molly Malone, Catalina Club, Saint Rocke

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