Lo Moon are officially LA’s newest buzz band after their sold-out show at the Troubadour

Lo Moon

SHOW REVIEW: This may only be the beginning for the indie-electronic trio, but these guys sure know how to shoot for the moon.

Supergroup or not, Gone Is Gone roar loud at their album release party in LA

Gone Is Gone

SHOW REVIEW: Featuring Mastodon, Queens of the Stone Age and At the Drive-In members, Gone Is Gone are a rare collection of musicians who all complement each other’s playing.

Back on the road, The Naked and Famous debut new songs at the Troubadour

The Naked and Famous

SHOW REVIEW: Playing the second of two sold-out nights in LA, the indie-electronic band gave fans a sense of what’s to come on its forthcoming third LP.

Are Built to Spill indie rock’s most important band?

Built to Spill

SHOW REVIEW: If there is one “indie” band that revolutionized the gritty, lo-fi sound before most even had a chance, it’s these guys.

Death from Above 1979 start new chapter with LA warm-up gig

Death from Above 1979

SHOW REVIEW: It hasn’t been an easy ride for fans of DFA 1979, but for those who were lucky enough to be in attendance at the Troubadour, it was a night they won’t forget for a long time.