Plenty of shows this week, and I am not even listing all of them!
On Monday 15th, Lauren Ruth Ward residency continues at the Echo with Nicole Kiki Jaffe, The Years, All Things Blue and SLUGS, Trippie Redd is at the Novo by Microsoft, Van William continue his Residency at the Moroccan Lounge with some Secret Special Guest, Illuminati Hotties are at the Hi Hat with Dylan Ewen, Cowboy Boy and Cigarette Bums, The Strike are at the Troubadour with Emilie Brandt, special guest Matt Barri and The Shakes, Lone Kodiak, Sleeplust, Priscilla Renea and PLEXXAGLASS are at It’s A School Night, and Marilyn Manson is at the Palladium.
On Tuesday 16, Yung Lean and Sad Boys are a the Fonda with Thaiboy Digital, Joe Perry and friends have a record release party at the Roxy, Ethan Gruska has another residency at the Bootleg with Priscilla Ahn.
On Wednesday 17th, Cheap Tissue continue their residency at the Echo with Ex Stains, Tenement Rats and Danny Dodge, Craig David is at the Roxy with Jimbo Jenkins, Josh Ritter & the Royal City Band are at the Teragram with Nicki Bluhm, EasyFriend has a single release at the Hi Hat with Magic Bronson, and Apollo Bebop, The Entire Universe are at Zebulon with Greg Fox, Marty Stuart And His Fabulous Superlatives are at the Troubadour with Deke Dickerson.
On Thursday 18th, The Flesh Eaters are at the Echoplex with Alley Cats, Sean Wheeler, The Soft White Sixties are at the Echo with Guards and Veronica Bianqui, Dimond Saints are at the Roxy with Goopsteppa and Naughty Princess, Princess Nokia has a sold out show at the El Rey Theatre with Suzi Analogue, Teenage Wrist are at the Hi Hat with Tennis System and Souvenirs, Lawrence are at the Troubadour with Jacob Jeffries , Hablot Brown, Jim James (of My Morning Jacket) is at Amoeba.
On Friday 19th, iHeartRadio ALTer Ego 2018 with The National, Beck, Mumford & Sons, Cage The Elephant, Spoon, Walk The Moon, & Dashboard Confessional is happening at the Forum, Cold Showers are at the Echo with Second Still, Numb.er and Future Shoxxx, De Lux are at the Regent with The Juan Maclean, Slow Hollows are at the Roxy with raener and Amindi K Fro$t, Wolf Parade are at the Fonda theater with Charly Bliss, Drezo are at the El Rey with Loosid and Ryan Collins, Orgone has a Record Release Show with Boogaloo Assassins, Surfer Blood are at the Hi Hat with Terry Malts, Steve Gunn and Julie Byrne are at Zebulon, Satellite Citi, Joy Downer, Kid Giant, The Sound Of Ghosts, Christopher Piliguian are all at the Troubadour, Inara George are at the Masonic Lodge in Hollywood Forever, G3 2018 w/ Joe Satriani, John Petrucci & Phil Collen are at the Orpheum Theatre, Of Mice & Men are signing their new album at Amoeba, and the Sloths are at Havard and Stone with the Resonars.
On Saturday 20th Joyce Manor have an early show at Union Station with Surf Curse, Peach Kelli Pop, Wolf Parade have a second show at the Fonda theater with Charly Bliss, Alan Doyle is at the Roxy with Donovan Woods, Mild High Club is at the Teragram with Jerry Paper, The Shrine are at the Bootleg with The Mean Jeans, Dirty Fences, The Flytraps, The Dirtball are at the Hi Hat with Free Weed, Muskk, Valley Queen are at the Troubadour with Jenny O, Allie Crow Buckley, Saint Motel are at the Wiltern, Azure Ray, The Elected, Whispertown are at the Lodge Room Highland Park, The Red Pears have a Record Release Party at the Echo with junkie, Jurassic Shark, Beach Bums and Body/Head are at Zebulon with Gunn-Truscinski Duo.
On Sunday 21st, Drakeo The Ruler, Shoreline Mafia-Noise in the Hood, Bearcapsunday are all at the Regent, Selenamos and Cherry Wine are at the Echo, DEATH OF LOVERS [members of NOTHING] are at the Echoplex with CHOIR BOY, Simone White and Mark Eitzel are at Zebulon and The Schizophonics are at the Redwood bar with Wolly Bushmen and Electric Children.
a top debut ever by Lil Nas X
emo-rockers goes hip hop
a mini Punk Rock Bowling
The Viking warrior of Rock-n-Roll, Norwegian born superstar Rocky Kramer holds the very soul of music in his heart.
Rockstar Review: Steven P. Hamm
a lame 94K EAUs
sounds like Paul McCartney’s early 70s be bopping vibe as covered by the Meters
distinct and wondrous without being obvious or obnoxious
except for the title track the songs are on vacation
simultaneously self-effacing and egomaniacs