LA’s grunge punks Feels took over the Echoplex on Friday night with local favorites Walter, Adult Books, and Gal Pals.
In the inaugural year of the existence of the Bait Shop, we went to a lot of shows and witnessed hundreds of bands perform. This is our Top 10.
The title nearly says it all, just nearly. On December 17, Los Angeles venue Teragram Ballroom hosted the rare lineup of Thee Oh Sees, Fuzz, and Wand for a good cause to support the homeless.
Hundreds gathered in Long Beach on Dec. 12 for the first ever Midnight Mass, an all-ages DIY punk rager hosted by locals Astro Lizard Records and Freak Style Booking.
Last week, we caught up with Iris as they kicked off their Tuesday night residency at Harvard & Stone w/ Rosechild and Sister Crowley.
Last Friday, The Worble Warehouse threw its last party ever fittingly called the “Last Waltz” with an all-star lineup including Thee Commons, The Buttertones, SadGirl, Wild Wing, Vaguess, Tongues, and Ten Commandments.
L.A.’s garage-punk heartbreakers SadGirl got The Smell going on a wild ride last Saturday night, joined by Dante Elephante, The High Curbs, and Astronaut Samurais for a sweaty, surf-soaked whirlwind of a time.
Oakland’s weirdo-punk surfers Shannon & The Clams returned to LA on Wednesday night on the first stop of a 3-month long tour in support of their latest effort Gone By The Dawn, with The Memories, Cool Ghouls, and DJ Seth Bogart.