Tuesday, December 29, 2009

The Calm Before the NYE Storm

The next two nights of music in L.A. (the 29th and 30th) just don't look that stellar. There really is not too much pulling my heart strings, certainly not for this evening.

Tomorrow, the 30th, is a little bit better. If I were to be in downtown LA around sunset, I'd stick by Pershing Square to catch The Growlers perform during the Spaceland on Ice series, particularly because it is free. Also downtown, Kinky will be at Conga Room, Ne-Yo will be Club Nokia and Mika Miko will be at The Smell.

Personally, I recommend saving up your energy for the 31st. There is so much good music and fun stuff to do in town on NYE I don't know what I'm going to do?!?!?!

Tuesday December 29th

Shirley Rolls, Dharma Bums, The Choke, Death House Chaplain @ Spaceland

Anthony Green, Good Old War, Elas @ The Roxy

Sylvia Browne, Montel Williams @ Gibson Amphitheatre

Chris Macaree, Miss Vinyl, Daybreak Ends, The Seventh Hour, Monsters Eat The Pilot @ The Viper Room

Hank Schlinger @ Genghis Cohen

Metal Christmas feat. Metal Sanaz, Gods Weapon @ Whisky A Go Go

Bring Em Young Guns, EZ Tiger @ Silverlake Lounge

Michael Schenker & Gary Barden, Scarred @ Brixton South Bay

Jason Soudah, Caroline Pierotto, Melyssa Marie

Splintercake, Foot Ox, Whitman, The Albuquerque Boys Choir, Nicole Kidman @ Echo Curio

Cubensis @ Octane Alley

Jane Monheit @ Catalina Jazz Club

Wednesday December 30th

Spaceland on Ice feat. The Growlers @ Pershing Square (Free)

Dub Club feat. Tom Chasteen, Roy Corderoy, The Dungeonmaster, Boss Harmony @ Echoplex

Unwritten Law, Taintstick, Beardo, Living Deadlights @ The Roxy

Miniature Tigers, All Wrong and The Plans Change, A B and the Sea @ Spaceland

Kinky @ Conga Room

Mika Miko, Le Joshua, Prs Hltn, Mthrfckrs, Mr. Wright and the El Salvadorians @ The Smell

Aragorn @ Saint Rocke

Ne-Yo @ Club Nokia

American Roots @ Air Conditioned

Sylvia Juncosa, Curtains!, Idiosyncracy, Szliva, El Death @ The Viper Room

West Coast Songwriters feat. Elle Carpenter, Shere @ Genghis Cohen

The Coals, Isaac Simons, Torches in Trees, City Museum @ Silverlake Lounge

Young Hines, Mike Freas, Kirk Fletcher @ Room 5

King Washington, Nick Alvear (DJ Moonstomp), Los Hotboxers, Special Guest @ Molly Malones

The B Foundation @ The Shore

Quebb, Douglas Lee, The Mayfly Dance @ Echo Curio

Jane Monheit @ Catalina Jazz Club

Press Play @ Universal City Walk

KC and the Sunshine Band @ House of Blues

Monday, December 28, 2009

Tonight in Los Angeles - Silverlake Lounge is Our Suggestion!

Tonight in Los Angeles there is not too much going on, but at least it is starting to pick up some. I can tip you off to some decent live gritty bluesy rock at Silverlake Lounge if you want to go see The Muddy Reds. Us here at SUPERGOODMUSIC are staying in for the night and getting ready for the 2010 that is coming....

Manimal Vinyl @ Echo

Mere Mortals, The 88, Vesuviasonic, Shield @ Spaceland

Blind Boy Paxton & Frank Fairfield Show @ Redwood Bar & Grill

Steel Panther, Tarsha @ House of Blues

Stereofix @ Detroit Bar

Shaun Hague @ Saint Rocke

Seamonsters, Venus Illuminato,The Muddy Reds @ Silverlake Lounge (Free)

The Moth @ Air Conditioned

Stefani Scovolo, Jason Charles Miller, Jonathan Clark, Jeffrey David, Katie Cole, John Clinebell, Jim Hanft, Ted Russell Kamp @ O'Briens

Jessie Torrisi, Paulie Pesh, Courtney Chambers, Joel Eckels @ Room 5

Blessure Grave, Mr. Objects @ Pehrspace

John Batdorf @ The Talking Stick

The Pricks @ The Roxy

Saturday, December 26, 2009


The Mint LA is hosting a special night of music on New Years Eve presented by 89.9 KCRW featuring the likes of Dengue Fever and Pollyn. To pick up tickets for the night - go here. By using the promo code Mint2010 you can get tickets for $15 in advance instead of $25. Tickets will be $40 the day of the show - so get them early!

Pollyn goes on at 10 pm and Dengue Fever goes on at 11:30 pm.

In addition the the music, The Mint will also be serving dinner from 7:30 9:30. If you want to do the whole package
you could opt for the GOLD TICKET PACKAGE, which includes a VIP booth/table, 3 course meal and unlimited drinks for only $75. How great of a deal is that? If you don't think you can eat and drink $75 worth of food and alcohol from 7:30 to midnight than maybe you need to get yourself a new liver. And, that's not all!!! IN addition, you get a bottle of champagne at midnight and you get a pair of free tix to any show in 2010 (if you buy a pair of NYE gold tix, you get a pair of tix for any show in 2010). Gold tickets will be $100 the day of the show.

If you want to be super-ballerific-expialadocious, than you might want to rent out the Harry Dean Stanton VIP Room for you and 15 of your besties. Along with the VIP Room, which features a full on view of the stage from a private room, you will also get 4 bottles of Champagne, free appetizers and an exclusive server for the night (if desired). If you are interested in the Harry Dean Stanton package - please contact The Mint immediately!

Check the blog again soon for more NYE specials and updates!

Thursday, December 24, 2009

Musical Santa Is In Los Angeles...

Yo ho ho - Merry Xmas. I hope you and yours are enjoying the day off of work. I might not be working on Christmas except that I'm jewish, it's almost noon, I didn't have a tree, no one invited me to a xmas eve sleepover (WTF?!?) and I haven't seen anyone until five minutes ago when that crazy musical santa swooped by in his pimp sled with 8 bass heavy subwoofers blaring the latest and greatest remix from Casxio - who just happen to be performing at The Viper Room on January 5th, 2010 during 10 days of 2010. Along with them will be Funeral Party and Odd Modern and, because we're in the spirit of giving, we're hosting a free ticket giveaway from now thru the New Year!

First 2 people to Retweet this posting on Twitter and send us confirmation of the tweet will win a pair of tickets to the Odd Modern, Casxio and Funeral Party show on January 5th, 2010 at The Viper Room. Also follow @theVIPERroom!!!

Don't fret though - if you're not one of the first 2 retweeters - so long as you're one of the first twelve, you'll still win a pair of tickets to some show during the 10 days of 2010 run. Just get that tweet on. If you don't win - check back soon - cause there are mad tickets to give away!

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Thank you Cashflow!!!/Brief on Last Night

Just got to post - cause the DJ behind Kid Cudi, the Man on the Moon himself, just hooked it up with some tix for the show at Club Nokia tonight.

I am so excited, it warrants a posting. Kid Cudi is fucking great. Sure, maybe I am biased in my opinion. I took an interest in him early and had hometown respect and appreciation for him because him and I both went to Shaker Heights High School. But, he certainly is creative and willing to push the envelope aggressively in ways other artists just

Beyond his last album being a noteworthy debut, eccentric and unique and not relying very heavily on his mixtapes at all. In addition to that - he is hitting with my current driving round LA favorite "Memories" with David Guetta. Cudi just has vision in his choice of lyrics and a chemistry with the words he chooses such that even if they are simple, they sound better. They sound like he owns them.

Can't wait to see him tonight. Thank you Kaslow - you are the man!

Also - future post coming about last night's amazing MUSTACHE & SWEATER PARTY. The musical chairs was hilariously competitive...and the prizes were incredible (holiday themed ashtrays, tickets to concerts, chocolate roses, cars). That post will include pics and more later. Yet, I can't go without mentioning how incredible ODD MODERN was. So. Much. Fun. They brought it early, they kept bringing it, and the crowd asked for the multiple encore. Simply magic. Speaking of magic...

Magic on Wax by Schpilkas dropped the funky rhythms, even on a borrowed turntable (thanks Reazon!) after an equipment malfunction. Not to be left out - Dan Stessen warmed up the crowd and kept it funny with his MC-ing, and Paz kept that crowd warm in anticipation of Odd Modern.

Like I said, a more complete rundown of exactly what happened at the soon to be notorious Mustache & Sweater Party will come later. Thanks to everyone who came, tried to come or thought about coming. Extra special thanks to those who donated to Leukemia & Lymphoma Society!

Tuesday, December 22, 2009


From the airport to the thrift store to the 99 cent store to the laptop, SUPERGOODMUSIC has been busy getting ready for tonight's holiday extravaganza.

Doors open early (7 pm) as Dan Stessen will begin the night MCing and giving us the what's what on the Mustache & Sweater scene. As the crowd comes to bear - Paz kicks off the music with his live soulful hip-hop blend. He will be followed by the exciting headlining duo that is Odd Modern - whose synthy catchy dance-pop just smacks you in the face when you see their live show. All of that illness will be further enhanced by the turntablism of Schpilkas' Magic on Wax.

Dancing is going to happen. Musical chairs is going to happen. Sweater competition is going to happen. Drinking is going to happen (unless, of course, you're sober or the DD). But, one thing is for damn sure, fun is going to happen.
So...trim those mustaches to competitive form and get out that hideously ugly sweater. There is fun to be had, people to impress and prizes to be won.

See you tonight at Dakota Live Music Lounge - 1026 Wilshire Blvd.

Find me in my pseudo-fu manchu. I call it a fun manchu. If you find me, have me get out my camera and let me videotape you giving a shout out - I will personally buy you a drink.

SO - holler at me. My sweater will be the ugliest!

Saturday, December 19, 2009


For real, this event is going to be sick. Check out the updated flyer - Grassroots California is going to be selling some of their hats at the event and part of the sales will be going to Leukemia & Lymphoma Society as well. SO....you can even get some holiday shopping done while having a good time.

Throw in the fact that if you RSVP to brandon@supergoodmusic.com that you'll have a little goodie bag as if you were leaving a 2nd graders birthday party and it just doesn't make any f'ing sense why you wouldn't come if you're in Los Angeles!


After last night's Orgone performance at The Mint - the next thing I'm really looking forward to is the holiday party I'm hosting at Dakota Live Music Lounge (1026 Wilshire Blvd.) on Tuesday night. Not only is it going to be a great night of music with the likes of Odd Modern, Paz and Magic on Wax by Schpilkas, but it is going to be festive and part of the proceeds go back to charity.

Don't forget to don your sweaters and mustaches so that you can take advantage of the door discount, drink specials and merchandise specials once you're there.

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

On this night - we take pictures with St. Nick...

Saint Motel Christmas Card Concert

Saint Motel Xmas Card Concert

Supergood friends to SUPERGOODMUSIC, Saint Motel, will be playing a very special show at LA's Spaceland tonight. They are joined by indie mates Oliver Future and Rumspringa. The Christmas Card Concert will feature a special holiday card photo booth in which concertgoers can get a photo with Santa himself. Hope to see you there!

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Delayed Concert Blast

Due to circumstances that require immediate attention, this weeks CONCERT BLAST will be delayed. We apologize for the inconvenience. Expect your dosage before the weekend.

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

The French Semester EP Release at Echo Tonight!

Go see The French Semester at their EP Release show for the Forces Afield EP tonight at Echo. The French Semester goes on at 10 pm roughly and they will be joined by The Spires, The Monthlies and Seasons. Should be a good one!!!!

Tuesday December 8th

West Coast, Left Coast: A Night of the Beats @ Hollywood Bowl (8PM)

Scott Simons (8PM), David Mead (9PM), Bleu (10PM) @ Room 5

Todo Azul (8PM), Emily Jaye and Frentik (9PM) @ Molly Malones

Art Drop for the Gift II @ Echo Curio

Songsalive! Showcase with Tim Jones, Logan Heftel, Terra Pasternak @ Genghis Cohen

Hannah Georgas (7PM), Sara Lov (8PM), AM (9PM), Automatic Loveletter (10PM) @ Hotel Café

Rosie Thomas Xmas Show with Josh Ottum & Special Guests @ The Largo (9PM)

Willie Nelson, Asleep at the Wheel @ Club Nokia (8PM)

Bruce Hornsby & The Noisemakers with Bob Schneider @ House of Blues

The French Semester, The Spires, The Monthlies @ The Echo

Winston Calling - A Rock & Comedy Benefit featuring:
Black Francis w/ Flea, Weird Al Yankovic, members of the Pixies and Love and Rockets; Michael Penn, David J, Grand Duchy, The 88, Celebrity DJs @ Echoplex (7 pm; money to benefit Winston's Village)

Parade of Lights (EP Release Party) @ Spaceland (8:30 pm)

Battle of the Bands Presents: Story of the Year, Eyes Set to Kill @ The Roxy (6 pm)

Snow In Africa, Eight O'Clock Holiday, Petree, The Muddy Reds @ The Viper Room

I See Stars, We Came As Romans, Of Mice & Men, Broadway @ Troubadour

Black Math Horsemen, Jesus Makes the Shotgun Sound, National Sunday Law @ Silverlake Lounge

Horse Stories, Son of the Velvet Rat, The Steelwells, Yellow Red Sparks @ Bootleg

Jonathan Richman feat. Tommy Larkins on Drums @ The Mint

Saturday, December 5, 2009

Too late to give you a full scoop update - so here is a list of tonight's shows around town.....

Saturday December 5th

West Coast, Left Coast Symposium - "The Art of the State" (2PM), Los Angeles Master Chorale: Holiday Wonders! (2:30PM), West Coast, Left Coast: Admas and Josefowicz (8PM) @ Hollywood Bowl

JT Presents: Karen Ramos (8PM), James and Al (9PM), Paola Jean (10PM), Jesse Thomas (11PM) @ Room 5

Ali Towers (7PM), Thena Dare (8PM), The Wildcat (9PM), Red Rooster (10PM), Out of State (11PM) @ Molly Malones

Art and Music with Chuck Dukowski Sextet, Insects vs. Robots, Spot, The Shrine @ Echo Curio

Debra Tala, Circe Link, Danny Peck, Fren Asken @ Genghis Cohen

Rock Drive '09 @ Hotel Café

Aziz Ansari & Very Special Guests @ The Largo (9PM)

Imagination Movers (1:30PM and 4:30PM), Jingle Ball After Party (11PM) @ Club Nokia

The 88, Flying Tourbillon Orchestra
@ Echo (1:00 pm day show)

Funky Sole @ Echo (Free)

Bootie LA featuring DJ Faroff, Adrian, R.A.I.D., Mysterious D, DJ Paul V. @ Echoplex

Stellastarr*, Transfer @ Spaceland (8:30 pm)

KRS-ONE @ The Roxy

Cromwell, Oedipus, Hands Like Glass, Stretford End, Dose of Adolescence, Notte Bella, Flight to Athena @ The Roxy (8 pm)

Girls, The Morning Benders @ Troubadour (SOLD OUT)

Frank Stallone, John Pieplow, David George, Midnight Wolves, Backdrifter, Petty Cash, Kilr @ The Viper Room

Charlie Hunter feat. Eric Kalb and Alan Ferber, DJ Bobby Soul @ The Mint

Audiogasm Saturdays w/ DJ Quickie Mart @ Air Conditioned Supper Club

Still Time, Blue Sky Reality, Lindsey Harper @ Saint Rocke

Sassy Minxx @ Brixton South Bay

2nd Annual Whacked Out w/ Scotty Coats, DJ Cocoe, Colossal KNXN @ Detroit Bar (no cover before 10)

Mr. Mister Miyagi (live 80s karaoke band) @ Alex's Bar

Torture Soul @ King King Club

Eddie Halliwell @ Circus Night Club

Drive By Jones @ Good Hurt Night Club

Hans David Rearick @ Mr. T's Bowl

The Toxic Avenger @ Shrine Auditorium

DJ Mark Farina @ Vanguard

Tom Russell @ McCabe's Guitar Shop

Trevor Hall @ Dakota Live Music Lounge

102.7 KISS FM Jingle Ball Featuring: Taylor Swift, Keri Hilson, Fabulous, The Ting Tings, 3OH3!, LMFAO, Jay Sean, Jason Derulo @ Nokia Theatre (7PM)

Amps For Christ, Avi Buffalo, Foot Foot, Big Death @ Pehrspace

FREESTYLE EXPLOSION @ Gibson Amphitheatre (7:15PM)

P R O T E C T M E, Savid Scott Stone, Common Eider, Kig Eider, TEARIST, Mike Vidal @ The Smell

Friday, December 4, 2009

First Friday of December

Sorry to those of you who check on a daily basis as we did not have a posting for yesterday's shows - but there were some great ones. The Stone Foxes and Danko Jones tore up their free show at Highlands (Thank you Hunnypot!). And, Dramarama at Pershing Square was also free and decent (apologies for not listing it in the initial blast). FYI, Pershing Square is doing free music several nights a week - so make sure to check their listings to stay up to date on opportunities to see free music.

Anyhow, Los Angeles has a steamy weekend of music and it kicks off tonight, December 4th, with a handful of talented musicians performing all over town. If you are into the singer/songwriter variety, than I would check out Stephen Wrabel at Room 5. His song "Jupiter", while extremely depressing, is so fucking incredible it is hard to suggest that you go see someone else play.

However, that is exactly what I am going to do, because if you've never seen Charlie Hunter than you should go to The Mint because he is absolutely mesmerizing, intoxicating, overwhelming and incredible in concert. The way his hands move on his 8 string is unprecedented and if you've never seen it, it cannot be appropriately translated in these words. He MUST be witnessed and experienced to understand how incredible of a musician he is. He will be playing with his Trio at The Mint tonight as well as tomorrow.

For an eclectic mix up of music, I would highly recommend Airborne Toxic Event with the LA Philharmonic at Walt Disney Concert Hall. It is rare that you have a more mainstream artist performing at the WDCH with LA Phil and whatever beautiful music is created tonight will be unique and undoubtedly well orchestrated. If you are fortunate enough to have tickets - good for you.

For those that want to shake their booty - check out DANCEisM with Robot Love and Villains at Echoplex.

Other artists worthy of mention is the always good Jon Brion at Largo, Less Than Jake with Fishbone at House of Blues and Band of Skulls will be on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

And last, but not least, it is First Fridays in Venice. Stroll Abbott Kinney, drank your drank and be merry with the hordes of west-siders keeping the scene fun and funky.

Friday December 4th

Rundgren Radiocom Presents: Todd Rundgren @ The Orpheum (Doors @ 7PM)

Little Dragon with Hecuba @ El Rey (Doors @ 8PM)

Oak and Gorski (8PM),
Stephen Wrabel (9PM), Sarah Dashew (10PM) @ Room 5

Dan Krikorian (8PM), The Spectacles (9PM), Kay Hanley (10PM), Dirty Mercy (11PM) @ Molly Malones

Big Whup, Cobra Lilys, Watercolor Paintings, So Many Wizards, Congratulations @ Echo Curio

Tiana, Alex Hobbs, Laura Torres @ Genghis Cohen

Bobb Bruno, Subtle Selves, Los Fantasmas Carmesi, Cardio Pulmonary @ The Smell

The Shys,
Castledoor, Black Hollies @ Echo (8:30 pm)

DANCEisM w/ Robot Love, Villains, Ben Oprstu, Scorpion Breath, DJDT @ Echoplex (9 pm)

KCRW Presents Fink @ Spaceland (8:30 pm)

Camp Freddy, Darling Stilettos, I Will Never Be The Same @ The Roxy (8 pm)

Cinematic Sunrise ft. Craig Owens, Jonny Craig, Mark Rose, Tommy Simms, Sleeping With Sirens @ Troubadour

Fireball Ministry, Hillbilly Herald, Royal Highness, Yeti, House of Broken Promises @ The Viper Room

Charlie Hunter feat. Eric Kalb and Alan Ferber, DJ Bobby Soul@ The Mint

Los Pinguous, Very Be Careful @ Saint Rocke

Robben Ford, Bob Malone @ Brixton South Bay

The Secret Affair Dance Club @ Alex's Bar

Taylor Swift @ Jay Leno Show

Maryz Eyez @ Lighthouse

Band of Skulls @ Jimmy Kimmel Live

The Airborne Toxic Event, Los Angeles Philharmonic @ Walt Disney Concert Hall

Miguel, Elevaters @ Dakota Live Music Lounge

Christopher Hawley @ Trip

Marcus Foster with Blue Roses (7PM), Shane Alexander (9PM), Jim Hanft (10PM), Randy Coleman (11PM), Brian Buckley Band (midnight) @ Hotel Café

Jon Brion @ The Largo (9:30PM)

The Cranberries with Griffin House @ Club Nokia (9PM)

EFFT, Common Eider, King Eider, Missincinatti, Build @ Pehrspace

Less Than Jake with Fishbone & The Swellers @ House of Blues

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

On the second day of December LA Gave to me, Sam Stewart and the Useless Keys....

Tonight, LA will be treated with a dosage of the sensual and smooth Maxwell - who will be crooning at Club Nokia. Pershing Square will be bubbling with a free show featuring Salt Petal and Bollweevil as part of their Spaceland on Ice series and over at Spaceland, Club NME Presents Useless Keys and Samuel Stewart, who will be showcasing their talent to the east-side crowd.

If I'm out and about, I'll be heading to Spaceland for the Keys and Stewart and their indie counterparts.

Wednesday December 2nd

Ariel Thiermann (8PM), Brentley Gore and Magenta Harley (9PM), McDracula featuring Malik Pointer (10PM) @ Molly Malones

The MO-ODDS, The Seizure, The Shakers, High Life Cavaliers @ Echo Curio

Edie Carey, John Goraj @ Genghis Cohen

Corinne Bailey Rae (7PM & 10:30PM), Emma Ejwertz (8PM), Kenneth Pattengale (9PM), Sydney Wayser (11:30PM) @ Hotel Café

Kevin Pollak & Friends @ The Largo (9PM)

Maxwell @ Club Nokia (9:30PM)

Spaceland on Ice w/ Salt Petal and Bollweevil @ Pershing Square (7 pm)

Buzzbands Presents: Helen Stellar, Kav, Square on Square, Nightmare Air @ Echo (8:30 pm)

KROQ Locals Only Presents Club NME w/
Useless Keys, Samuel Stewart, Twinfight, Wrong Way Driver @ Spaceland

Trainwreck Record Release feat: Kyle Gass of Tenacious D, JD King, Former Future, The Remainers (8 pm)

J. Tillman, Pearly Gates Music @ Troubadour (8 pm)

Private Event - Black & Gold
,Polaris at Noon, Tornado Rider @ The Viper Room (8 pm)

Party Shuffle w/ DJ Smiles Davis @ Viper Room Downstairs Lounge (FREE)

Gamble House, The February Fifths, The Sounds of Wyoming @ Silverlake Lounge

Jubilee, Seaspin, Woah Hunx, Little Girls @ Bordello

The Sonus Quartet @ Bootleg

Royal Crown Revue, DJ Mark Tortorici @ The Mint

Doug Conlon, Jason Heath and the Greedy Souls, Castrano @ Air Conditioned Lounge (Venice)

Tod McLeod @ Saint Rocke

Warpaint @ The Standard

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

TONIGHT IN LOS ANGELES - Ten out of Tenn at Troubadour Is My Pick!

So, not a plethora of choices for tonight's concert calendar, but enough to keep it interesting this first Tuesday of December. My suggestion is checking out the Troubadour for Ten from Tenn. I'm digging on Butterfly Boucher.

There is also a music and automobile related event at the Palladium that the Cool Haus ice cream truck is going to be at. You might find me there...

West Coast, Left Coast: Green Umbrella: Adams and Kronos Quartet @ Hollywood Bowl (8PM)

Siobhan Brugger (8PM), Jenni Alpert (9PM) @ Room 5

ASCAP Workshop @ Genghis Cohen

Bobby Long with Emma Ejwertz (7PM), Gregory Alan Isakov (9PM), Patrick Park (10PM) @ Hotel Café

The Section Quartet Holiday Show @ The Largo (8PM)

Filter Presents: The Vic Chesnutt Band w/ Guy Picciotto (Fugazi), Warpaint, Liz Durrett @ Echoplex (7:30 pm)

Swords of Fatima, New Rome Quartet, Lightnin Woodcock @ Echo (8:30 pm)

Assemble The Skyline, Haifax, Pullman Standard, It Boys, Misdelphia, Fallbrooke, Your Very Own @ The Roxy (7 pm)

Ten Out of Tenn feat. Trent Dabbs, k.s. Rhoads, Erin McCarley, Butterfly Boucher, Jeremy Lister, Tyler James, Matthew Perryman Jones, Andy Davis, Katie Herzig @ Troubadour (9 pm)

Split Lip Rayfield, Whisky Chimp, The Sequel @ The Viper Room

Vise Virsa, London To Tokyo, AM vs FM @ Silverlake Lounge

Furcast, Bear Face @ Bootleg (FREE)

Cubic Zirconia @ Cinespace

The Jakes @ Kaufman Hall

Monday, November 30, 2009

Steel Panther at The Roxy Tonight

Check out the below article picked up from theroxyonsunset.com about Steel Panther's performance there later tonight. I'm not sure if this means that there will be no Steel Panther at Key Club tonight (most likely it does), but perhaps you should see if they are playing twice in a two block stretch. Otherwise, that would mean that Key Club has already shut its doors indefinitely....


Steel Panther is taking it old skool and returning to it’s roots, to play The Roxy for ONE NIGHT ONLY on Monday November 300, 2009!! Tickets available NOW thru the Roxy box office (310 278 9457) or Monday at the door. Tickets are $15 and doors open at 8pm. Join us as we wrap out November and rock out with one of the most entertaining acts on The Strip.

Thursday, November 26, 2009

Hip-Hoppers Stunting?

So, I may be two days late and a Buckshot short....but word is that MF Doom has been sending some alternate versions of himself to perform in his place.

Slava Kuperstein of hiphopdx.com reports that MF Doom did not in fact perform at Beat Club in Los Angeles, but was rather represented by someone else in a Doom mask. The facts they provide make some sense, and the CunninLynguists have already called the artist out on the practice, so the rumor may in fact be true. Is MF Doom the Banksy of hip-hop? Masking himself so you cannot determine his precise whereabouts or know if it is really him?

I'm undecided if I think MF Doom's stunts are extremely cool - thereby raising the cultural cache of actually getting to see Doom himself - or if they are attempts to take advantage of an audience that is eager to see him and capitalize on the value of his name without doing much work for it. The story that I found on MySpace is reposted below...

Los Angeles' Beat Club is the latest in a line of venues that claim MF DOOM sent an imposter to perform in his stead.

by Slava Kuperstein

It’s hard to see here but you can catch glimpses of him." Explained a concert viewer who posted a video of the perfomance (shown below). "It was obvious that he was an imposter since he never once laid his hand on a microphone and just played his new tracks on a laptop.

When asked for comment by consequenceofsound.net, the rapper's label, Stones Throw - which does not handle his booking - said it was “obvious that he wasn’t going to show up at a venue that fits only 200 people when his performance fee requires venues about 10 times that size.” It should be noted that the label did not explicitly confirm nor deny that the perfomance was an imposter's.

Friday, November 20, 2009

From Ebonics to Lyrical Genius - CunninLynguists Drop Their Vernacular at The Viper Room

Tonight, the hip-hop team known as CunninLynguists will be descending upon The Viper Room for a night of below the radar hip-hop at its finest. If you have not yet seen these hip-hop maestros, now is your chance. Having just released a new LP, "Strange Journey - Volume Two", on November 3rd, they are hitting Los Angeles in support. The new album features a host of guest appearances, including some rappers, such as Evidence of Dilated Peoples, who call LA home. Thus, the likelihood of a guest appearance or surprise performance is elevated...especially when the group is playing at a historic venue.

For the uninitiated, the hip hop trio from Kentucky first stepped onto the hip-hop scene in 2001 with their debut "Will Rap For Food." After working the rap grind for a few years (and putting out another album) they finally achieved larger success with their third album, "A Piece of Strange", which was released in 2006 and is probably my favorite work of theirs to date. With another LP in the bag in 2007 - and tours around the world where they performed on the same stages as Kanye West, Pharrell, The Strokes, Cee-Lo (Goodie Mobb, Gnarls Barkley) and members of the Wu Tang Clan - this hip-hop group has put in the time and effort to perfect their craft.

Catch them tonight at The Viper Room before its too late.

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Two Nights with LA Artist Samuel Stewart

One of the great things about living in Los Angeles is that we have the privilege of seeing before they make it big. Well take note now because Samuel Stewart is one of those artists. After catching his intoxicating performance at the Hollywood Brewfest, SUPERGOODMUSIC has been informed of two ways you can see this talented artist live. The first is a show at The Bootleg Theater on Thursday November 19th (Doors @ 9PM). The second is what is sure to be a special set at one of my favorite places in LA, Origami Vinyl in Echo Park on Friday November 20th at 7:30 p.m. To attend the show at Origami Vinyl just rsvp via email to kelsea@planetarygroup.com.

The Stone Foxes play 3 nights in LA - Starting With The Viper Room

Kicking off a 3 night run through Los Angeles at The Viper Room tonight is the emerging bluesy-rock sensation from San Francisco, The Stone Foxes. With a sound that is rock, blues, indie and folk all rolled into one eccentric and intoxicating blend, and a few placements on the absolutely fucking awesome FX show, Sons of Anarchy (watch it, for real), this quartet of bad asses are drawing comparisons to everyone from The Black Keys to The Rolling Stones.

Although they will be heard on airwaves and download streams for years to come, and sure to be back in L.A. again, they're unlikely to give us the pleasure of playing in three intimate venues in three nights. Thursday they hit the historic The Viper Room on Sunset Blvd, Friday they are in the South Bay at Saint Rocke and they close out their three night stint at the 70+ year old The Mint on Pico. No matter where you're at - you won't have to brave much traffic to catch these future superstars if you plan accordingly.

Saturday, November 14, 2009

Weekend in Los Angeles

Brewfest went down (see Friday's post) at Henry Fonda on Saturday. The SUPERGOOD caravan arrived around 5 pm and was surprised to find a rather sparsely packed venue. You might think that unlimited access to beer for 8 hours would draw the crowds early...but maybe LA is just not a beer drinker's stomping grounds. OR, maybe, the fact that it wasn't being done outside (similar events in the Spring drew many many more patrons) had something to do with it?

There were some important LA music community faces in the crowd, including Kevin Branson, Lindsey Cook and her MySpace Records crew and the family from Spaceland too. Got to bump into Russ Rubin of Fresh Management, and manager of the amazing indie-sensation Saint Motel.

While I was admittedly more focused on the amazing beer from Bootlegger's Brewery and Coronado, I did enjoy the set by Samuel Stewart in the Blue Palms Lounge. Thank you for the tip off Kelsea! With the endless stream of booze flowing my direction, I had to head out to save myself...ending up on the Westside in Venice for a night of continued drinking sans live music. And, thankfully, no stalled vehicles, unlike Friday....

Friday night's caravan ended in an empty gas tank and less than fulfilled brains because Semi Precious Weapons and Saul Williams were both underwhelming (sorry The Viper Room and The Roxy, no disrespect to you at all...they just didn't deliver). I had high expectations for the SPW show but whomever the androgynous woman DJing in fishnet stockings was - she was way too uninspiring and predictably attempting to look cool that me and the rest of the SUPERGOOD crew with me just couldn't handle it. The flamboyant man in a grey tanktop and no pants also didn't make the spectacle any better.

SO, we bounced to The Roxy - hoping to improve our luck with a unique night of hip-hop. But, the Afro Punk Tour and Niggy Tardust performance was a bit too avant-garde and not enough of the "Twice In A Lifetime" Saul Williams that I was yearning for. With his feathery cape-like get up, he was certainly a spectacle to watch but audibly, not what I was desiring. Rather than the griping lyricism that he so easily possesses and displays, there was more screaming and emo than I had expected. Although there were plenty of heads pumping their fist and digging his flavor, myself and the mini SUPERGOOD entourage were not AND we were in the majority.

That said, the venues were not to blame for the sub-par Friday night shows. And despite their being faultless for the less than thrilling performances echoing from their stage on Friday, The Roxy and The Viper Room are hitting us hard this week with incredible music.... Start your week off right at The Roxy as they just announced that Them Crooked Vultures, Dave Grohl's new supergroup, will be performing a special show there on Monday November 16th. DON'T MISS OUT. You can start lining up at 2 pm....

Friday, November 13, 2009

Hollywood Brewfest Tomorrow - Its Like Oktoberfest One Month Later...

Maybe you haven't heard, but something Magic is brewing...and its not because it is Friday the 13th. With over 35 breweries, including Magic Hat, Firestone, and Blue Palms Brew House - your taste buds, my taste buds and the taste buds of LA's finest beer drinkers are sure to be satisfied. Doors open at 3 pm and close at 11 pm and admission includes UNLIMITED BEER TASTING. $45 regular and $60 for an upgrade - this is a no brainer folks. You're talking drinking beer for 7-8 hours, when beers at most LA venues cost $6 or more a pop.

To top it off, they've arranged for some amazing music to rock the house too. Samuel Stewart, an up and coming virtuoso you may not have heard of, is going to be playing at 4 pm....which means you should be there early. And why wouldn't you be? It's not like the beer will be getting any colder than it is at 3 pm.

Then you can stick around for the likes of Nico Stai, Castledoor, Dum Dum Girls, Great Northern and one of my favorites, The Deadly Syndrome...who just happened to score the amazing documentary about beer pong - LAST CUP. You can pick up some free TDS tracks from RCRDLBL.com here.

Special Thanks to Planetary Group for their involvement in this event!


Thursday, November 12, 2009


SUPERGOODMUSIC Recommendations
For The Week

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For Thursday night I would recommend everyone to go and check out friend of SUPERGOODMUSIC Christopher Hawley at The Mint and if you're up for two shows in one night that are completely different from one another then head over to The Henry Fonda for The Ravonettes. If you're down for the funk and you want to shake your booty all across a dance floor - than hit up Zanzibar for Los Angeles' own Orgone (Ubiquity Records).

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If you're looking for an evening of electronic hip-hop, then on Friday I would suggest that you make over way over to Echoplex for theThunderheist show. They will be supported by Winter Gloves, Sugar and Gold and Franki Chan so it safe to say that you're dance card will get filled up quickly. If dancing is not in your plans and you're into the lyricism and poetry, than Saul Williams and the Afro Punk Tour at The Roxy might be your best choice.

On Saturday, I hope to find the proper amount of energy to travel over to the Valley and check out MSTRKRFT at The Vanguard. Anytime that I have seen them I have never been disappointed and I really hope I can gather a crew together to venture with.

Sunday is a lazy day for RCA, but I may ditch my Sunday night tv shows for the Mission of Burma show at Echo. I've been a fan of the band for quite some time so I think I may have to fill up my DVR and go see a little music.

If your wallet has been a little empty lately, then head over to Spaceland onMonday night for some free music from The Happy Hollows, The Drums,Evan Way and Random Patterns.

On Tuesday I recommend that everyone find a ticket to Them Crooked Vultures as the super group comprised of Dave Grohl (Foo Fighters, Nirvana), Josh Homme (Queens of the Stone Age), and John Paul Jones (Led Zepplin) play a sold out show at The Wiltern. I don't know much about the band, but from what I hear from a good friend in New York who has seen them live, it's a performance you don't want to miss.

On Wednesday I definitely want to check The Big Pink with Crystal Antlers at The El Rey. If you haven't heard "Dominoes" by The Big Pink then head directly to whatever source you use for free music to hear what is sure to be the Brit-Rock anthem of 2009. And if you are like me (RCA) and you haven't completely written off Chris Brown because of things that have happened in his personal life then head over to the Avalon to see, who I believe, to be the best dancer in music right now. His first single "I Can Transform Ya" off his album Graffiti has been in my head since the first time that I heard it, and I have to say that I'm intrigued to see how he grows from teenage crooner to male superstar.

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Blockhead Rolling Heads on the 1800 Block of Sunset - TONIGHT

So Blockhead is bringing his gritty instrumental beatmatician version of hip-hop to the Echo tonight in support of his upcoming release, The Music Scene. You can check out some of his cuts on his myspace page here.

I've been a Blockhead fan since his first release"Music By Cavelight" and, when Downtown Science dropped, I only became more of one. A champion of down-tempo instrumental hip-hop, and an artist signed to Ninja Tune - Blockhead is like a Beethoven of beat making. His instrumental compositions have an ebb and flow that is nothing short of spectacular and I'm sure he will deliver nothing but the illest when he graces the stage of the Echo this evening.

I fully intend to be there, kicking back a PBR and pretending to be the MC that I'm not. Maybe I'll see you there.....

Tuesday, November 10, 2009



Free Vodka - 10 - 11 pm. Don't sleep on this. Supply & Demand single came out today and this show is gonna be sicktacular!!!!!!

Monday, November 9, 2009

Hollywood Music in Media Awards and Conference

Check out this link about the Hollywood Music in Media Awards and Conference. Always good to partake in events that honor the creative individuals that keep the entertainment world so vibrant. This rising industry event takes place the 19th-22nd of November. SUPERGOODMUSIC can unfortunately not attend this event, but it sounds pretty cool.

Check out the feature article about the event here.

Weekend Review

So, for those of you who missed Saint Motel - they absolutely wrecked it at their black and white show. The crowd looked extremely fashionable and thematically appropriate, the Roxy sounded great...but how do you run out of milk for white russians at a Black and White Themed Event? I think in a post Lebowski world - that is an egregious error. Roxy, I love you - but you should've anticipated that everyone likes to drink like The Dude, especially when it is cheaper to do so.

Anyhow, I heard that Nic Hardcourt was in the audience and saying some pretty damn good things about Saint Motel. A & R MySpace Records staple Lindsey Cook had rave reviews for the band too. The entire crowd seemed to be pleased - and it was quite a respectable turnout for these emerging local artists. So, get on top of them before the rest of the world does and see them while they are still playing intimate venues in which you can talk to the amazing band members after the show.

Over the weekend you also could've heard Widespread Panic - in their serious 3 night run at the Orpheum. Although I never made it to any of the shows - rumor from Spreadheads was that the shows were pretty sick, especially Saturday night.

Tonight - SUPERGOOD recommendations include Band of Horses and Warpaint at Club Nokia's 1 Year Anniversary and Imogen Heap at Henry Fonda. Tickets are still available for both events! Alternatively, check out the free Happy Hollows show at Spaceland.

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Not Your Average Saturday Night

Saint Motel Presents: The Black & White Show

This post just couldn't wait - it is what I am most excited about for the weekend and it gives me a last chance to throw on a costume since Halloween is my favorite holiday. Saturday night, perhaps the hottest indie-rock band in Los Angeles, Saint Motel brings their colorful performance to The Roxy - for a black and white themed extravaganza. There will be black and white themed drinks, black and white movies, black and white people and black and white outfits. If you don't come, you might wake up black and blue from the other bad mistakes you made.

In addition to the black and white theme, save some green by going to this site for some discounted tickets to the show.

SUPERGOODMUSIC highly recommends you grab tix in advance for the sure to be wild black and white extravaganza as Saint Motel performs for the first time since returning from CMJ.


Wednesday, October 28, 2009


Hopefully that wicked power-outage weather is behind us. Otherwise, you might be like SUPERGOODMUSIC and get stuck with your car locked in a garage and fail to make it out to the show you were trying to go to.

Assuming we don't find ourselves in that predicament again, here is what we were thinking about going to see....

Rakim, The Postman and Rhymefest will be performing at El Rey. Rakim just happens to be a fucking hip-hop legend and it would seem a disservice to not witness this emperor of hip-hop in your lifetime if you consider yourself a fan of the genre. I cannot vouch for his performing ability as the last time I saw him was almost a decade ago. Nonetheless, he did campaign with Erik B for President in the 80s and then reminded us that he was back ("Guess Who's Back?") in the mid 90's. See what he is cooking up in 2009 if you'd like by checking him out tonight at El Rey. The supporting artists are also pretty famous in their own right - Rhymefest penned Kanye West's "Jesus Walks" and later released an album featuring the underground hit "Brand New"; The Postman is some LA based hip-hop talent who I have yet to see.

If you want to brave the outdoors and see a fantastic concert, I'd suggest Regina Spektor at the Greek Theatre. I've only heard great things about her performance and her music is easy-listening. Jupiter Rising is supporting.

For the indier crowd, and for my tastes, I'm recommending Soulico from Tel Aviv at Spaceland. The worldly, eclectic soul and hip-hop influenced vibes will resonate well with the diverse melting pot crowd that the hipster region of Los Angeles provides. Plus, it would be a mitzvah to show some love for people who've travelled so far to bring their tasty tunes to the states.

For those Phish heads who came 2 days early - there is a Phish tribute band, One Night Only, at Brennan's in Marina Del Rey.

If none of those recs tickle your fancy, than here is a full line-up of what is going on around town tonight, Wednesday October 28th....


Inner Circle, The Hold Up, Hooliganz @ The Roxy

Pelican, Black Cobra, Sweet Cobra @ Troubadour

Carnival Choreographer’s Ball @ Key Club

The Binges, Nations Afire, Badluck Bandits, Dash Rip Rock, Shut Up and Dance @ The Viper Rom

DJ Smiles Davis @ The Viper Room (Downstairs) – FREE

Pamela Means, Angie Evans, Pebaluna, Shurla Vision @ The Mint

Seven Saturdays, Superbas @ Bordello

Finn Riggins, Starving Daughters, The French Semester, Halloween Swim Team @ Silverlake Lounge

Uncle Kracker @ The Tonight Show w/ Conan O’Brien

The Swell Season @ Amoeba Music Hollywood

Sony Holland @ Catalina Jazz Club

Le Loup, Nurses, Random Patterns @ Echo

Dub Club @ Echoplex

Regina Spektor, Jupiter One @ Greek Theatre

Flyleaf @ Jimmy Kimmel Live

Rodrigo y Gabriela @ Late Late Show w/ Craig Ferguson

Alice Cooper, Ace Frehley @ Nokia L.A. Live Theatre

Soulico, Ceci Bastida @ Spaceland

Steep Canyon Rangers, Steve Martin @ Walt Disney Concert Hall

One Night Only (Phish Tribute) @ Brennans Pub

Joshua Radin and Emily Wells with Special Guests The Watson Twins (Doors open at 7 PM) @ Henry Fonda

Steve Martin Performing with the Steep Canyon Rangers: An Evening of Bluegradd & Banjo @ Hollywood Bowl - 8PM

Rakim with The Postman, Rhymefest, Ground Common (Doors @ 8PM) @ El Rey

Dan Miles (8PM), Yellow Light Go (9PM), Adam Heldring (10PM) @ Room 5

Paper Pills (8:30PM), Ufonik (9:30PM), LoFi Man (10:30PM) @ Molly Malones

West Coast Songwriters @ 7PM. Shere @ 9PM. Dylan Nichols @ 10PM @ Genghis Cohen

Echo Robot (8PM), Scentric (9:45PM) @ Whisky A Go Go

Bobby Long with Special Guests (7PM), Tony Lucca (9PM), Jason Diaz (10PM), Downdowndown (11PM) @ Hotel Cafe

Cinematic Titanic presents The Alien Factor @ Largo - 7:30PM

The Eye presents Apache Dropout, Mad Lovers, Horse Thieves @ Redwood Bar & Grill

Within Lounge (2AM) @ House of Blues - Sunset

Sunday, October 25, 2009


So, we didn't dose you on a daily basis because you all could've gotten that information from the CONCERT BLAST....and we're hoping you read it. You can sign up for it on www.supergoodmusic.com and then you will get it in your inbox every Monday.

Anyhow, here is what is going on in Los Angeles tonight. I'll be honest...we didn't do the homework to give you a solid recommendation. Attend at your own risk.


387 Entertainment Presents @ The Mint

Part Time Punks Presents Smiths & Morrissey Nite w/ Guest DJ Jose Maldnado @ Echo

Neil Hamburger, Mike O’Connell, Randy Liedtke, Nick Flanagan @ Spaceland

Madstory, Olvermore, Gangster Funk Machine, Cepheus Monk, 23 Link Chain @ Troubadour

The TV Babies, AM Obscene, Big Boy, My Flea Circus, The Absolute @ The Viper Room

Emilie, Autumn @ Key Club

EBM, Laura MacLean, The Marietta James @ Molly Malones

Rats, Dominique Leone, Learning Music @ Echo Curio

Hit The Lights, There for Tomorrow, Fireworks, Sparks The Rescue, I Rival @ Knitting Factory (Main Stage)

Church of the 8th Day present Crematorium Letum Ascensus Hell Hath No Fury Daemos Eat The Living @ Knitting Factory (Front Stage)

Ascension, Crowned By Fire, Kauze, PDP, Jameson, Divine Era @ Knitting Factory (AlterKnit Lounge)

William Elliott Whitmore @ Saint Rocke

The Black Tibetans, Harbortown Saints, The Stitched Lips @ Alex’s Bar

Greg Laswell, Tongue and Groove @ The Hotel Café

Goldenvoice Presents : Tegan and Sara @ Henry Fonda

Ennio Morricone with The Hollywood Bowl Orchestra @ Hollywood Bowl

Jello Biafra and The Guantanamo School of Medicine @ El Rey

Blue Jungle, De Hombres @ The Smell

The Vaquetones, 77 el Deora, The Palominos, Whiskey Wagon @ Redwood Bar & Grill

Thursday, October 22, 2009


As RCA told you earlier, The Sounds will be playing at The Wiltern tonight. On the heels of a performance that Ryan described, you'd be silly not to see them if you have the time and the loot (I believe you can still get a ticket).

Echo and Echoplex are both cooking something good in the indie kitchen - some shoegazing psychedelic rock from the North by the names of the Thee Oh Sees and The Fresh & Onlys are descending upon the Echo and a little bit brighter indie downstairs at the larger Echoplex where Liam Finn, is performing fresh from Ann Arbor, where he played with Wilco, and playing on the same stage will be The 88 and Jason Lytle. Check out "Second Chance" and some of his other tunes on his myspace page here.

For a unique and eclectic mix of music, check out Boom D spinning downstairs at the Key Club, with his other Cleveland homie J Brains, for Paz's event. Swollen Members will be upstairs popping hip-hop heads in the main room.

If you want to get soulful - check out the El Rey where the veteran MeShell N'dgeocello is being supported by rising R & B artist J*Davey.

Peep the listings yourself...


Joe Pug, Rachael Cantu @ The Mint

The Oh Sees, Fresh & Onlys, Dan Melchoir @ Echo

Liam Finn + Eliza Jane, Jason Lytle, The 88 @ Echoplex

Brakesbrakesbrakes, Ezra Furman & The Harpoons, Rachel Goodrich @ Spaceland

Lloyd Cole @ Troubadour

Billy Boy On Poison, Fight From Above, Kingsize, Brave Citizens @ The Roxy

Deadstockaudio, Orions Belt, Costa Nova, Samantha Mollen, Rykarda Parasol @ The Viper Room

Adam Snyder, Logan Heftel, Adam Havlicek, Jane Friday, Rick Hack @ The Viper Room Downstairs Acoustic Lounge

Swollen Members, Boombox Ninjas @ Key Club

Boom D, J Brains, Paz @ Key Club (Downstairs Lounge - Private Event)

Lori Lynner, The Colour Effect, Javier Dunn @ Molly Malones

Jack Wilson Jr., Downtown/Union, The Damselles, CMG and the Night @ Echo Curio

Strike Anywhere, Polar Bear Club, Crime In Stereo, Ruiner @ Knitting Factory (Main Stage)

The Soft Opening, The Soft Hills, Gardens & Villa @ Knitting Factory (Front Stage)

The Great Entity, DeCelis, The Hard To Get, Box Violet, Terence Leclere, Gin & Frolic, The One and The Other, Kate Strand, Classics, Nadine, Villain City, Don’t Say Vegas @ Knitting Factory (Alterknit Lounge)

UFO, Restless, Intensity @ Brixton

Wulf Bane, Brake Vegas, The Sleeping Sea King, Pistolero @ Alex’s Bar

The Sounds @ The Wiltern

Goldenvoice Presents: “Michael and Michael Have Issues Live Tour” @ Orpheum

Hope Sandoval and The Warm Inventions @ The Mayan

Meshell Ndegeocello with J*DaVeY and Garth Trinidad @ El Rey

Whiteboy Comedy Showcase @ Room 5 Lounge

Alexis Babini, Emily Oman, Alina Smith, David George @ Genghis Cohen

Dead Lazlos’s Place, The Hellions, The Hollers @ Whisky A Go Go

60 Watt Kid, Afternoon Brother, Mason Lindahl, Kevin Greenspon @ The Smell

The Necessary Evils Reunion Gig!, Lamps, The Sighted @ Redwood Bar & Grill

Dan Bern, Joey Ryan & Katie Costello, Astrella Celeste, The Janks @ The Hotel Cafe

Those Darlins, The Grates, The Amazements @ Silverlake Lounge

The Capshuns, Bixby Knolls, The Wallburds @ Bootleg (FREE)

The Royalties, Ezra Reich, Superhumanoids @ Bordello