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It’s still a slow week for big shows, but the indie scene is booming with FOMO week at the Echo, Silver Lake Nights! at the Satellite and three shows during this week end to celebrate the Smell’s 20th Anniversary.

On Tuesday 2nd, Gun Outfit, Warm Drag, The Pesos, Shannon Lay, and Nectarines are all at the Echo for the first free FOMO night, The Satellite has its Silver Lake Nights! with People Flavor, Future Reference, The Neuroses.

On Wednesday 3rd, second FOMO night at the Echo with Flat Worms, Pow!, The Mad Walls, Cat Scan, Urgent Care, there is a Thomas Fire Benefit Show with Deep Fields, Sheer, Love Nothing, Old Notes at the Hi Hat, the Satellite has its Silver Lake Nights! with MISSIONS, Drinker, Gibberish.

On Thursday 4th, third FOMO night at the Echo with CHILD, Color, Monarch, Grand Lord High Master, Grave Flowers & His Bongo BandCobra Man & Brutus VIII are at the Bootleg, and the Satellite has its Silver Lake Nights! with Spirit in the Room, Brass Box, Egrets on Ergot.

On Friday 5th, Fourth FOMO night at the Echo with Thumpasaurus, Drinking Flowers, Rumblepak, Litronix, Collin Cairo, Hot Water Music are at The Regent Theater with Dead To Me, and Racquet Club, the Satellite has its Silver Lake Nights! with The Revies, Madus, The Modern MadNO PARENTS, Jurassic Shark, Prettiest Eyes, Beach Goons are at the Teragram Ballroom, Ugly Sweaters have an EP Release at the Hi Hat with Scott Bartenhagen, iamnotshane is at the Bootleg with Steffan Argus, Julian Frampton Band, Circles Around The Sun have a sold out show at the Troubadour with Grateful Shred, and it’s The Smell’s 20th Anniversary Celebration: Night I with Surf Curse, French Vanilla, Moaning, Wild Wing, Post-Life, Small Forward at the Smell.

On Saturday 6th, fifth FOMO night at the Echo with The Side Eyes, Pinky Pinky, Hit Bargain, Pastel Felt, at The Regent Theater SHOW YOUR SCARS 2018: with NUCLEAR ASSAULT, Toxic Holocaust, Hirax, EvilDead, Expulsion, Thrown Into Exile, Pounder is happening, Super Lunch are at the Bootleg with Hot Brothers, The Crudes, Mating, Fartbarf are at the Hi Hat with Treasure Mammal, The Manx, Slut Island, Jonathan Toubin and Escape-ism (Ian Svenonius) are at Zebulon, and it’s The Smell’s 20th Anniversary Celebration: Night II Cherry Glazerr, Future Shoxxx, Lunch Lady, David Scott Stone, Crib at the Smell.

On Sunday 7th, Dirty & His Fists has a Record Release Show at the Echo with R. Clown, Vertigo, T.S.O.L. plays “Dance With Me” at The Regent Theater with Lower Class Brats, Corrupted Youth, GFY, it’s The Smell’s 20th Anniversary Celebration: Night III with Beach Bums, Clit Kat, Espresso, Super Lunch, Sabrina Is Not In This Chat at the Smell again.

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