After catching punk favorites Chastity Belt on tour with Protomartyr last month, we found ourselves #blessed to have them back in sunny Southern California for their Dirty Laundry TV show with French Vanilla and Upset at Non Plus Ultra.
On April Fool’s Day, Car Seat Headrest headlined a night at the museum, but it was no prank. Throughout the spring, our city’s fine Natural History Museum hosts a “First Fridays” series of talks, events, and live music down in Exposition Park.
The Soft Moon shined at DTLA’s Regent Theater Thursday night along with fellow California post-punk babes Sextile and Gateway Drugs.
Meg Remy is the one badass woman behind experimental noise project U.S. Girls. After releasing her newest album Half Free (4AD) on Sept. 25, U.S. Girls went full freedom at a live show at The Smell on Sept. 30.
The first glimpse of Torres that The Echo‘s audience got on Tuesday night was that of a lithe figure in black, plugging in amps and helping set up the keyboard. The 24-year-old musician, a.k.a. Mackenzie Scott, was acting as a roadie for her band at the start of the tour in support of her sophomore album Sprinter.