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.
Now in its fourth year, Beach Goth has evolved into a two-day festival. The ghoulish party carried into Sunday with another round of Halloween dress up, dancing and a whole lot of raging.
Quickly becoming a Southern California tradition, Beach Goth 4—the eclectic DIY festival hosted by The Observatory and presented by the O.C.’s very own The Growlers—took place this past weekend in Santa Ana drawing thousands of Cali seapunks and indie-grungers.
Last week, YACHT was pure dynamite. They were loud and unapologetically empowering. The Independent hosted the first show of their tour as part of the Treasure Island Music Festival.
Albert Hammond Jr. released his third solo album Momentary Masters in July this year, his first full-length release since 2008. Oakland-based dream pop outfit Day Wave opened.