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L.A. Burning, West Coast Concert Picks, August 2nd To 8th

West Coast Concert Picks

West Coast Concert Picks: Caroline Polachek is at the Greek Theater

 

A few interesting concerts this week, among the West Coast concert-picks: Warbly Jets start their Monday residency at the Echo, and Caroline Polachek is at the Greek Theater.

 

Monday 2nd
Superwolves (Bonnie “Prince” Billy & Matt Sweeney) at The Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever Cemetery
Warbly Jets with Don De Vore, Mothe, Kevin at The Echo
Fast Times with Dirty Deeds (AC/DC Tribute) at The Whisky A Go Go
Jazz Butchers & The Mint Jam with Kevin Kanner at The Mint

 

Tuesday 3rd
Cellus Hamilton at Moroccan Lounge
William Tyler at Gold-Diggers
Breaking Sound LA with Mara Valentine, Ellie D., Noah Henderson, & Banana Club at Madame Siam
Breaking Sound LA with Lexie Martin, WHYJOHNNY, Cassie Marin, & Girl Wilde at Adults Only
Em Beihold with Ellie Williams, Ben Spivak at the Hotel Cafe

 

Wednesday 4th
Madeon at The Roxy
Eric Dash with Jessarae & Jaq at Moroccan Lounge
Novul with Beginners & Torii Wulf at Resident
Olivia Ellen Lloyd, Zach Person, The Empty Pockets at the Hotel Cafe
Scott Rocco with Stefany Bryant, Daniel Dor, Leslie Ledezma, & Your Friend Juniper at The Mint
Breaking Sound LA with Connor Duermit, Leo Lauren, BLEACHx, and more at Adults Only

 

Thursday 5th
Caroline Polachek with Alex G and Molly Lewis at The Greek Theatre
Tiffany Day, Revenge Wife at Moroccan Lounge
Tim Atlas with Max from Slenderbodies (acoustic set), Charlie Powers at the Echo
Lil Tracy at Echoplex
WFNM Presents: Hand Made House, Heather Rivas, Arden Jones, Slush Puppy, & Taylor Felt at Bar Lubitsch
Gemma New Leads Schumann at the Hollywood Bowl
Breaking Sound LA with One With Shade, Clans, Loveclub, Tucker Lives, & Oriel at Resident
Breaking Sound LA with. Rob Moss, Kyler Slater, William Mathieu, The Habits at Adults Only
Wicca Phase Springs Eternal with Ethel Cain & Doves at 1720
Enuff Z’Nuff, Darkhorse Rising, If I Fall, The Sol Tides, 1984 at The Whisky A Go Go
Moon vs Sun, Glennellen and Friends at the Hotel Cafe
Bellavolent with Alex & Shiloh, Mercedes Cruz, & Rora Wilde at The Mint

 

Friday 6th
King Crimson with The Zappa Band & California Guitar Trio at The Greek Theatre
Arise Roots at The Roxy
The Commodores at Starlight Bowl
Tchaikovsky Spectacular with Fireworks with Bramwell Tovey at the Hollywood Bowl
The Paranoias & Friends at Levitt Pavilion
Reckling, Kevin, Diode at Non Plus Ultra
Nightmare Enterprises with Kitty Fang & The Squeelers at The Smell
Mnys with Radical Radical, Bristol To Memory, A Darker Bright, & Sonic Apparitions at The Mint
Glitter Wizard with Death Chant, The Two Tens, & Hoveriii DJs at Permanent Records Roadhouse
The Aviators: A Tribute to The Golden Age of Rock & Roll, Attack of the Rising, Bonnie Brae, Tara Alouise, Airam Diaz at the The Whisky A Go Go
Jenna Victoria, Justin Furstenfeld – Of Blue October, Stephanie Saxon, Mark Diamond, Clare Means at the Hotel Café
Hot Laundry, Hot Licks, Electric Children at the Redwood Bar

 

Saturday 7th
Dead Meadow with The Love Kills Theory & Triptides at The Roxy
Lil Tracy at Echoplex
No Suits at the Echo
Dilla Fest with Talib Kweli, Frank N Dank, Illa J, The Beat Junkies DJ Crew, & Daru Jones at California Plaza
Mojados de la Risa with Teo Gonzalez, Jorge Falcon & Gustavo Munguia at Microsoft Theater
Tchaikovsky Spectacular with Fireworks with Bramwell Tovey at the Hollywood Bowl
Miriah Avila & Angel City Soul Band with Ruben Molina (DJ Set) at Levitt Pavilion
Elise Carver with Levitate, Mystic Tiger, Mike Zito at The Mint
Black Sabbatha (Tribute to Black Sabbath) , Falling Doves, The Swansons , Shauna Serene & Railo As Valhalla, Michael Meinhart, Illunis at The Whisky A Go Go
Heavy Velvet with Red Pillars & Bexley at the Redwood Bar
Arielle Silver, Alex Bloom w/ Brett Altman, Zen Thomas, Shelby George, Abby & The Myth, Kate Grahn at the Hotel Cafe
Little River Band at The Libbey Bowl

 

Sunday 8th
Rebelution with Steel Pulse, The Green, Keznamdi & DJ Mackle at the Hollywood Palladium
Dave Koz & Friends “Summer Horns” with Tower of Power at the Hollywood Bowl
4th Annual Mundo Maya Day with Lucas Critchfield, La Flor de Yucatan, Freddy Ucan & Juli Dzul, & Califo at Levitt Pavilion
Little River Band at Starlight Bowl
Las Cruxes with PAZ, Santhos, & Buckets at the Redwood Bar

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