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Beach Slang make good on their promise in LA, punching us in our ‘big, dumb heart’ at Echoplex

Beach Slang

SHOW REVIEW: With their unmatched energy and peerless sound, these Philly punks will undoubtedly be a favorite of many for some time to come.

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Touché Amoré bring it back home to LA, headlining two intimate nights at Teragram Ballroom

Touché Amoré

SHOW REVIEW: When you tour as broadly and universally as Touché Amore have, a pair of small hometown shows means something.

No matter what their band’s name is, JR JR are still a well-oiled, indie-pop machine

JR JR

SHOW REVIEW: Despite changing their name almost two years ago, JR JR’s momentum doesn’t appear to be slowing down anytime soon.

Pallbearer, Gatecreeper fill Echoplex with plenty of doom & gloom in their return to LA

Pallbearer

SHOW REVIEW: If the names listed on the bill didn’t already scream “metal night,” the pit of black in front of the stage certainly sealed the deal.

On a night full of metalcore, Every Time I Die upstage Beartooth at The Regent Theater

Every Time I Die

SHOW REVIEW: We’re thrilled the Buffalo band is still with us and amazed that its music continues to improve at an almost alarming rate.

Foals unite all walks of life at Hollywood Palladium

Foals

SHOW REVIEW: Any band that can unite 20-something bros with 50-something grandparents gets a gold star in our book.

Taste of Chaos closes out its 2016 tour in SoCal offering a sweaty, giddy blast through the past

Taste of Chaos 2016 - Saosin

FESTIVAL REVIEW: For fans of emo, hardcore and punk, it’s tough to beat the total package that Taste of Chaos puts together.

Moderat are the cure for the common DJ

Moderat

SHOW REVIEW: The innovative, groundbreaking Berlin-based supergroup has proven to be a modern antidote to EDM like it showed at The Fonda Theatre.