Tucson psych-witches Burning Palms stopped by the Lolipop Records shop in Echo Park on Thursday night for a mesmerizing in-store performance, as part of their current tour around the West Coast.
Last Friday, we caught up with Bay Area’s dreamy psych rockers, Fine Points, for their only LA performance during a quick trip to the south at Vacation Vinyl.
At their first LA show since releasing Weirdo Shrine, Seattle surf-rockers La Luz blasted through a jam-packed set filled with old faves, bringing along Bay Area garage-janglers Cool Ghouls as support.
As part of a special Part Time Punks, LA dark-rockers Marriages and Philly’s grunge-gazers Creepoid destroyed the Los Globos downstairs with a pair of blistering sets.
On the final day of Echo Park Rising 2015, we beat lazy Sunday by catching 7 more bands that we’ve been dying to see. Check out this photo recap from day three of the festival.
On the second day of Echo Park Rising 2015, we braved the heat to capture 10 acts we just had to see. Check out this photo recap from day two of the festival.
To kickoff the first day of Echo Park Rising 2015, we caught 7 acts that shouldn’t have been missed. Check out this photo recap from day one of the festival.
Set to a wall of warped, lo-fi visuals at nearby DIY-hangout Non Plus Ultra, we soaked in new tunes from local psych-surfers Triptides, whose latest album Azur is a hazy, sun-drenched daydream.