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The prolific, often unpredictable King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard turn heavy at LA’s Greek Theatre

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard

SHOW REVIEW: Since forming almost a decade ago, the Australian septet is certainly making a strong case as rock’s most prolific and unpredictable band right now.

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FKJ is a one-man, groove-making machine who’s full of surprises as he demonstrates at Shrine Expo Hall

FKJ

SHOW REVIEW: After making his debut at Coachella this year, the multi-instrumentalist and singer looks like he’s ready to share his one-of-a-kind live show with the rest of the world.

The Raconteurs show all at the Santa Barbara Bowl why we need them after 11 years between albums

The Raconteurs

SHOW REVIEW: The four-piece consisting of Jack White, Brendan Benson, Jack Lawrence and Patrick Keeler is finally back in the spotlight where it belongs — and for good reason.

In times when we need it most, COMMON continues to spread worldwide love at Apogee Studio

COMMON

SHOW REVIEW: As he tours in support of his 12th studio album, the Grammy-winning rapper’s overarching message stands clear: let love rule today and every day.

Outside Lands delivers its 2019 schedule

Outside Lands

Now in its 12th year, the three-day music festival has dropped what many fans often clamor for in late July … that’s right, set times!

Jim James, The Claypool Lennon Delirium take us on a psych-rock roller coaster at The Wiltern

Jim James

SHOW REVIEW: The frontman of My Morning Jacket sent a strong reminder of how powerful music can be as a unifying force while sharing the stage with the Claypool Lennon Delirium.

The Chemical Brothers give fans at Shrine Expo Hall the electronic show they desperately need in 2019

The Chemical Brothers

SHOW REVIEW: The legendary UK electronic duo created a scintillating audio-visual experience to remember and one of the best we’ve witnessed in a while.

Modeselektor return to U.S. soil & pound our ears with their new material at a sold-out Echoplex

Modeselektor

SHOW REVIEW: After a nearly eight-year break between albums, the German IDM duo is still selling out clubs with its dark, pulsating beats and brash, in-your-face sounds.

Coachella reveals 2019 set times

Coachella 2019

It’s officially Coachella week, and we all know what that means: scheduling conflicts galore.

Paul Simon, Childish Gambino & Twenty One Pilots to headline Outside Lands 2019

Outside Lands 2019

The three-day music festival is back for another go-around in Golden Gate Park this August.

Lightning in a Bottle 2019 boasts Disclosure (DJ set), Big Gigantic, Flying Lotus & more at a new location

Lightning in a Bottle - 2019 lineup

After a longer-than-expected wait, the “transformational festival” has finally given us the goods.

Goldenvoice unveils 2019 Coachella sideshows

Goldenvoice Presents: April 2019

The famed concert promoter is still giving all of us a reason to love live music in 2019 after dropping its latest list of sideshows in support of Coachella’s 20th anniversary.

BottleRock taps Imagine Dragons, Neil Young and Mumford & Sons to headline 2019 edition

BottleRock 2019

The three-day music festival returns to downtown Napa this Memorial Day Weekend for its seventh year.

Coachella drops 2019 lineup with Childish Gambino, Tame Impala & Ariana Grande headlining 20th year

Coachella - 2019 lineup

Hours after it was reported that Kanye West would not perform at Coachella in April, the renowned music festival has revealed its 2019 lineup.

CRSSD taps ODESZA, Phantogram, Jungle, Petit Biscuit, Whethan & more for Spring 2019 lineup

CRSSD Festival - 2019 lineup

ODESZA will return for the two-day music festival’s ninth installment after headlining in 2016 and Phantogram makes their first-ever appearance at San Diego’s scenic Waterfront Park.

Cal Jam 18: The closest we might ever get to seeing Nirvana perform as Foo Fighters take us ‘way back’

Cal Jam 18 - Foo Fighters

FESTIVAL REVIEW: If we learned anything from Cal Jam 18 at Glen Helen Regional Park, it’s that you can never underestimate Dave Grohl or the power of rock ‘n’ roll.

Grizzly Bear & TV on the Radio unite for one night in their new hometown to play the Hollywood Bowl

Grizzly Bear

SHOW REVIEW: Now both based in LA, the two Brooklyn-bred bands gave us one last taste of summer on the season’s final day.

After winning their first Grammy, The National don’t hold back at the Hollywood Palladium

The National

SHOW REVIEW: Like any good band these days, Matt Berninger and company have been expanding their fan base with each and every album they release.

Gov’t Mule honor Tom Petty & more at The Wiltern

Gov't Mule

PHOTOS: Every show the Southern rock act plays these days feels like a special one with Warren Haynes at the helm.

Dancing the night away with Cut Copy in LA

Cut Copy

PHOTOS: No strangers to the City of Angels, the Australian four-piece undoubtedly enjoys coming to California every time it drops a new album.