Sorry for the few hour delay in getting this out to you, but we were getting internet installed at the new SUPERGOODMUSIC offices. I think you'll find that this update is particularly rich. Lots of music listings, lots of awesome pictures and a serious notice to all music lovers that October 7th at Dakota Lounge is going to be some of the tastiest music you can find (Foster & The People, Odd Modern and Schpilkas).
Anyhow, last week was an incredible week of music in LA, at least by my standards. I saw many great acts, a handful of them whom are up and coming - and almost everyone I saw delivered something memorable.
September went out with a bang, first with Saint Motel on Monday night at their final performance of their Spaceland residency. The theme of the night was slasher and the band was decked with fake (or real?) blood and slashed clothing; the stage and bar were also thematically dressed. The band riffled through cuts from their new EP "For Play" and also played some new material. The night's rendition of "Dear Dictator" felt arranged in a slightly different way that I thought highlighted the guitar play a little more than the songs' great rhythmic drive. Nonetheless Dak and Greg were totally on fire (along with A/J and A Sharp). You can catch them in early November at The Roxy for a very special Black and White Film Affair. Tickets are on sale for the event now - just check the Roxy's site here.
Tuesday brought me to Cinespace for the always fresh DIMMAKTuesday party. I bumped into Mark Foster, the indie-soul crooner who is about to show LA just how dope he is on Wednesday at Dakota Live Music Lounge, before going into the venue and we got into a crazy discussion about vintage cars with some of those awesome DIMMAK doormen. When we got inside, we boogied to some DJs before heading to the backroom to check on Wallpaper.Wallpaper, whom I hadn't heard much about, whipped out a couple of covers - including a smoking rendition of Montell Jordan's "This Is How We Do It." The band was also clad in matching 80s-esque outfits (gangsta gold chains included) and playing some of their tunes from their new album Doo Doo Face. While I enjoyed the nostalgia and the bands stage antics, the awkward, poorly timed, most likely a joke freestyle that came at the end of the early 90s tribute should be avoided next time in my opinion. That said, Wallpaper. certainly didn't disappoint.
Wednesday closed out the month - and thanks to the one and only J-Brains, better known as Justin Bain, I found myself at the El Rey forDataRock. I had the pleasure of seeing the show with rising pop artistKat Danson, who should be on your radar if she isn't already. The show wasn't jam packed, but it was a lot of fun. The visuals were pretty awesome - with the media men switching off between cartoon renditions of the band members to real footage. The stage play and energy was great - especially the drummer who appeared to be spanking his high hat at BPMs exceeding 200. To top it all off, they waxed poetic about the 80s and brought up a member of Devo.
October started off rough - both cause the move happened and cause I didn't get to see the shows I was anticipating seeing. Thursday I regrettably did not get out to see music because Warren G was cancelled :( Thanks for trying to make it happen The Roxy and Warren G, we hope you're alright.
Friday I wanted to go see Thom Yorke with Flea and the rest of his new troop at the secret show at Echoplex. Tickets went on sale on Friday at noon, and while I was all prepared at my computer to pick up some tickets, the overwhelming number of people trying to get tickets froze me out on all 3 of the computers SUPERGOODMUSIC was working on. Given the high amount of demand for the tickets, SGM regretably didn't get any guest list love either. All in all, the failure in getting tickets soured my attitude for going out to see music and I resolved to drowned my disappointment in tall boy PBRs.
Saturday, brought us to Eagle Rock Music Festival. The free event was home to the quintessential LA indie hipster crowd, swarms of teenagers who were happy to be at a free all ages event and a handsome showing of the 30 something families that have taken over Eagle Rock. Arriving at doors looked like a ghost-town on a movie set, but by about 6 pm the crowd had really filled out. I spent most of my time at the Ship Stage to see some upcoming artists - including The Amateurs, Alaskan Summer, Nico Stai and one of my favorites, The French Semester - who played some new material for a substantial crowd of toe-tappers and shoe-gazers. Those indie bands kept the crowd moving, especially the adorable kids who were beating the pavement and seemingly having the time of their young lives. You can check out a few brief video clips that were posted over at Big Things on Fire, including a brief one of The French Semester.
Sunday delivered one of the better shows I've seen recently with Jack Penate and Miike Snowat Echoplex. While it was not the sold out sweat box I expected to be (it was sold out, just not a sweatbox), the performance was everything that I expected and then some. First, I had no idea of Jack Penate's multiple talents. He knows how to carry his voice on stage and, while the crowd seemed to grow considerably for Miike Snow, it was clear that people were taking notice of JP. What JP didn't have in beatplay, Miike Snow more than made up for. Of course the crowd went crazy for "Animal", but the SGM crew was particularly impressed with the lengthy and unique version of Silvia (it was like 10 minutes). Hopefully we get a similarly spectacular performance from them on Tuesday in Costa Mesa!
As usual, you will find this weeks listing of shows to your right and my specific recommendations below. If a show is in bold, it means, for some reason or another, I am suggesting you check out their performance. Maybe they've got great stage presence, maybe their single is going to be the next big thing, maybe they just do something crazy and ridiculous that you don't see other bands do? If I've bolded it and discussed it in my recommendations, than there is a good chance that I will be at the show or some other SUPERGOODMUSIC representative will be there.
Dance. Let's Shout. Shake our bodies down to the ground....
Brandon "Boom D" Dorsky Founder, SUPERGOODMUSIC
Come out on Wednesday night and support the westside music scene as well as some of LA's best rising young artists.
The talented Mark Fosterwill be joined by his new band for the first ever performance of Foster & The People. Word on the street is that producer, and Minnesota native, Reazon is going to make an appearance during their show and bring some of his creative beat skills to the stage.
After The People, Odd Modern, a funky indie synth electronic pop duo from the east side will be putting their stamp on Dakota. Their performance is seriously enhanced by the drum synched lights show that accompanies it. It sort of has to be seen to be witnessed and their track "Tipsy Dancer" will certainly make you want to have a Rum & Coke, maybe even chased by rum shots...
Last to perform will be the funky DJ Schpilkas. Spinning an eclectic mix of the greatest music only half of you will have heard of, he'll open your ears to the new, the hip, the dope and the obscure. You'll be overwhelmed with his dopeness you may just clear all of that schpilkas out of your genectigazoink.
If all that is not enough to get your ass out the door and into Dakota Live Music Lounge - the SUPERGOODMUSIC crew will be there to make it worth your while :)
Tonight there are many rising artists worth checking out. On the westside, you've got the hustler with the fur in his cap, Rob Roy, representing for Dub Frequency at Hunnypot Unlimited. You will find me there, along with the other cool Hunnypot staples. Midtown, at Molly Malones, the talented Gustavo Galindo will be singing and plucking before Mitch Allan & Guests take the stage. On the east side,Correatown is kicking off their residency at Echo with their whole indie posse.
For those who are scalpers, could afford a scalped ticket or just fortunately got through to the website, Thom Yorke is playing a show with his newly formed band at Orpheum Theater.
I was so impressed with Miike Snow last night that I am swinging down to Detroit Bar in Costa Mesa to see them perform again. It is a no brainer decision for me - the vibe was just intoxicating. I jumped on the opportunity despite really wanting to go see Lotus and Break Science(feat. Adam Deitch) at The Roxy on the "Pay What You Want" tour. I'm not claiming you can get in for free - but the whole "Pay What You Want" concept is like the Radiohead model of concert going. If you've got the time you should definitely go check it out - Break Science's Adam Deitch is one of the best drummers around.
The Breakestra, a great live funk band, will be celebrating their record release at El Rey along with DJ Jeremy Sole and some other spinners of funk.
Of course SUPERGOODMUSIC will be at SUPERGOODMUSIC Presents: Foster & The People, Odd Modernand Magic on Wax by Schpilkas at the Dakota Live Music Lounge. We'll be there because, not only are we hosting the event, but it will be the best available music in town on humpday bar-none (Jack Penate & Miike Snow will probably put up a good fight at their sold out show at Spaceland...but, unless you have a ticket, that's not really available music).
Get there before 9:30 and its $5. Get there after 9:30 and you'll be sad you weren't there to hear all of Foster & The People's set. See all your pretty faces there!
RCA will undoubtedly be amped for Kesha's performance on Thursday - and the SUPERGOODMUSIC crew will be there to show support too. Although Boom Bip dropped off the ball, with Har Mar Superstar and the recent addition of Brother Reade, Echo kept the ticket pretty hot. If you like funky spunky pop or you like being sprayed with glitter, Kesha just might be the act for you.
Of course, there will be plenty of other music to check out. From the jammier side of things, ALO's Zach Gill will be playing at The Mint along with String Cheese Incident's Kyle Hollingsworth. Also, Eric McFadden Trio will be hitting up Genghis Cohen for an intimate performance. On the indie tip, The Cartographers, another rising artist, will be performing at the John Hughes Tribute Show at The Viper Room...so break out your best Pretty In Pink or Breakfast Club like outfit and dance your ass off on Sunset Blvd.
On FRIDAY, a really tough decision is going to have to be made. The always amazing Stanton Moore (Galactic, Garage A Trois) will be playing with The Funky Meters Leo Neocentelli at The Mint for what is sure to be some gritty New Orleans flavored funk. While I doubt the musicianship will be better anywhere else in town, I'm not sure I can pass up an opportunity to go catch Chromeo's DJ set at Club 740. I am just loving Chromeo's new song "Night By Night" and would love to hear the record spun at a club.
Elsewhere, good options include - Fool's Gold, Metronomy and Destructo who will be rocking out The Roxy;Groundation will be reggaefying the Key Club and Steve Earle and Tom Morello & The Nightwatchmen kick off their 3 day run at the Troubadour.
Karl Denson's Tiny Universe returns to LA (their guitarist, Brian Jordan, used to live in West LA) and brings their live funk party to The Mint. I will be there because Denson, who plays sax for The Greyboy All-Stars, KDTU and Lenny Kravitz, is not only an exceptional musician but a really, really nice guy. Having spent time with him in the past, I would never miss an opportunity to see him tear the roof off of a venue, let alone a small room like The Mint. If you love alto sex, tenor sex or even flute - then you should not miss this show.
If it ends early, maybe there will be a trip to Funky Sole for some free funk at the Echo.
If funk isn't your thing - Jason Mraz, G. Love & Special Sauce and Brett Dennen are playing at the Hollywood Bowl.
Haven't decided where to head yet, but Tom Morello & The Nighwatchmen is high on my list of acts to see. As they will be closing their 3 day Troub run, it might be the perfect night to go. Alternatively, just North on Sunset Blvd. - Rockstar Karaoke will be benefitting a good cause at The Roxy and People Under The Stairs will bring their dope-hop to Key Club.
Bring on the funk, bring on the noise and bring your ass to Dakota Live Music Lounge on Wednesday or you will regret it.
Totally 80s Party Pictures - The Full Dosage
So, we have officially relocated, albeit just 3.5 blocks away from the old digs. While we'll have to rock out strong in the new place, and undoubtedly we will...I'm still thrilled with the turn out from last week and the pictures only solidify the great time that was had. CHECK EM OUT....
On The Radar
10/12 - Hey Champ @ The Viper Room
10/13 - Bob Dylan @ Hollywood Palladium 1013 - Sean Kingston, Flo Rida, New Boyz @ Club Nokia
10/14 - Bob Dylan @ Hollywood Palladium 10/14 - Passion Pit @ Henry Fonda Theatre 10/14 - Moby @ The Wiltern 10/14 - Buju Banton, New Kidz and The Shiloh Band @ Club Nokia 10/14 - Junior Boys @ El Rey Theatre 10/14 - Pretty Lights @ Key Club
10/15 - The Streets @ Club Nokia 10/15 - Yo La Tengo @ Avalon 10/15 - Dan Deacon @ The Echo 10/15 - Bob Dylan @ Hollywood Palladium 10/15 - BLK JKS w/ Special Guests @ Spaceland 10/15 - The Jesus Lizard, Model/Actress, Black Elk @ Henry Fonda 10/15 - Portable Payback (EP Release) @ The Mint
10/16 - Jamie Foxx @ Nokia Theatre L.A. Live 10/16 - David Garrett @ El Rey (Sold Out) 10/16 - Grassroots Productions Presents: Mike Posner abd Big Sean @ The Roxy 10/16 - Insomniac Presents Kaskade @ Hollywood Palladium 10/16 - Oh Not Not Stereo @ The Viper Room 10/16 - Ghostface Killah @ Key Club 10/16 - Maxwell @ Hollywood Bowl 10/16 - Jon Brion @ Largo 10/16 - Aimee Mann @ The Wiltern
10/17 - Wavves, The Soft Pack @ Echoplex 10/17 - Wax Tailor, Abstract Rude @ Troubadour 10/17 - Chali 2na, Aceyalone @ The Roxy 10/17 - Brand New @ Hollywood Palladium 1017 - The Wood Brothers @ Hotel Café 10/17 - Juliette Lewis w/ The Ettes & American Bang @ El Rey
10/18 - Monsters of Folk (Conor Oberst, M. Ward, Mike Mogis & Jim James) @ Greek Theatre 10/18 - Butthole Surfers @ Club Nokia 10/18 - Brand New @ Hollywood Palladium
10/19 - Snow Patrol @ The Wiltern
10/20 - Snow Patrol, Plain White T's @ The Wiltern 10/20 - Grizzly Bear @ Hollywood Palladium 10/20 - Owl City @ Troubadour 10/20 - Brother Ali, Evidence, Toki Wright & BK One @ El Rey 10/20 - Noah & The Whale, Robert Francis @ The Roxy
10/21 - The Sounds @ Wiltern 10/21 - Emmitt Nershi Band, Assembly of Dust @ The Mint
10/22 - Bela Fleck, Zakir Hussain & Edgar Meyer @ Royce Hall 10/22 - The Sounds @ The Wiltern 10/22 - Swollen Members, Boombox Ninjas @ Key Club 10/22 - The Oh Sees, Fresh & Only @ Echo
10/23 - Jeremy Jay, Christmas Island, Sea Lions @ The Smell 10/23 - Kurt Vile @ Spaceland 1023 - The Muddy Reds @ Trip Bar 10/23 - Mika @ Palladium 10/23 - Blind Pilot, The Low Anthem @ Troubadour 10/23 - Bijelo, Dugme @ Henry Fonda 10/23 - Tiger Army @ The Wiltern 10/23 - Jon Brion @ Largo 10/23 - Heart @ Greek Theatre
10/24 - Bijelo, Dugme @ Henry Fonda 10/24 - Tiger Army @ The Wiltern 10/24 - The Fab Four (The Ultimate Tribute) @ Club Nokia 10/24 - Abe Vigoda, Mi Ami @ The Smell 10/24 - Goldenvoice Presents: Kevin Smith @ Orpheum, Theatre 10/24 - Kidsister, Flosstradamus, The Very Best, Totally Michael @ Echoplex 10/24 - Weezer @ Hollywood Palladium 10/24 - Sarah Silverman & Friends @ Largo
10/25 - U2, Black Eyed Peas @ The Rose Bowl 10/25 - Tegan & Sara @ Orpheum Theatre
10/26 - Tegan & Sara @ Orpheum Theatre 10/26 - The Gossip @ Henry Fonda
10/26-27 - Marc Broussard @ The Mint 10/27 - Sunset Rubdown, the Tune-Yards @ Troubadour 10/27 - Boys Like Girls, Cobra Starship @ Club Nokia
10/28 - Regina Spektor @ Greek Theatre 10/28 - Joshua Radin, Emily Wells, The Watson Twins @ Henry Fonda Theater 10/28 - Rakim, The Postman @ El Rey
10/29 - Umphrey's McGee @ HOB - Sunset 10/29 - The Tragically Hip @ Club Nokia 10/29 - Land of Talk, Eulogies @ Spaceland 10/29 - Andrew McMahon of Jack's Mannequin @ Troubadour
10/30 - 11/01 - Phish @ Indio Polo Fields (Where Coachella Is) 10/30 - Kraak & Smaak, Fort Knox Five @ The Roxy 10/30 - Hot Chip (DJ Set) @ Avalon 10/30 - Florence & The Machine @ Troubadour (SOLD OUT) 10/30 - The Growlers, Pocahaunted @ Bootleg ($10 w/ costume, $15 w/out)
10/31 - Steve Aoki, Deadmau5, Crookers, Major Lazer, Diplo, Switch@ The Forum 10/31 - The Rakes @ The Roxy
11/01 - Girl in A Coma, Black Gold, Shiloe @ Troubadour
11/02 - White Rabbits, Local Natives, Glass Ghost @ El Rey
11/03 - Devo @ Henry Fonda (performing the full album Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo!) 11/03 - Dandy Warhols, Matt & Kim, Silversun Pickups @ Gibson Amphitheatre
11/04 - Pixies @ The Palladium 11/04 - Devo @ Henry Fonda (performing the full album Freedom of Choice) 11/04 - Rusted Root @ El REy
11/05 - Dinosaur Jr. @ HOB-Sunset 11/05 - Avi Buffalo @ Echo 11/05 - The Bravery @ The Wiltern 11/05 - The Drums @ Silverlake Lounge 11/05 - Zigaboo Modeliste, DJ Quikie Mart @ The Mint 11/05 - The Bravery @ The Wiltern 11/05 - Venetian Snares, Wisp, Cyrusrex @ Key Club 11/05 - Pixies @ Hollywood Palladium 11/05 - Cage The Elephant @ El Rey
11/06 - Widespread Panic @ Orpheum Theatre 11/06 - Mum @ El Rey 11/06 - Cam'Ron @ Key Club 11/06 - Pixies @ Hollywood Palladium 11/06 - The Robotanists @ Echo Curio
11/07 - Hanson, Hellogoodbye, Stell Train, Sherwood @ Club Nokia 11/07 - Widespread Panic @ Orpheum Theatre 11/07 - LMFAO w/ Special Guests @ The Wiltern 11/07 - Saint Motel, Rumspringa, Red Arrow Messenger @ The Roxy
11/08 - Ginuwine & En Vogue @ Club Nokia 11/08 - Widespread Panic @ Orpheum Theatre
11/09 - The Used @ The Palladium 11/09 - David Gray @ Orpheum Theatre 11/09 - Band of Horses @ Club Nokia
11/11 - Electric Six, Gay Blades, Millions of Brazillians @ Key Club 11/11 - Fu Manchu, It's Casual @ Troubadour 11/11 - Paramore @ Hollywood Palladium
11/12 - Orgone @ Zanzibar 11/12 - Too Short @ Key Club
11/13 - Keller Williams @ El Rey 11/13 - FUN, Dusty Rhodes & The River Band @ Troubadour
11/14 - The Cat Empire @ The Troubadour 11/14 - Abe Vigoda, Lovvers @ Spaceland 11/14 - They Might Be Giants @ Royce Hall (UCLA) 11/14 - The Drums @ Bootleg Theater
11/15 - Dashboard Confessional @ Hollywood Palladium
11/18 - Roysksopp @ Club Nokia 11/18 - The Big Pink, Crystal Antlers, IO Echo @ El Rey 11/18 - Generationals, The Hidden Cameras, Gentlemen Reg @ Spaceland
11/19 - The Disco Biscuits, BLVD @ HOB - Sunset 11/19 - The Stone Foxes @ The Viper Room 11/19 - The Whigs, The Features @ Troubadour 11/19 - Russell Batiste, Walter "Wolfman" Washington, Joe Krown@ Saint Rocke
11/20 - Ray La Montagne @ Orpheum Theatre 11/20 - Russell Batiste, Walter "Wolfman" Washington, Joe Krown@ The Mint 11/20 - CunninLynguists @ The Viper Room 11/20 - Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers @ Key Club
11/21 - Peter Bjorn and John, Fool's Gold @ Club Nokia 11/21 - Friendly Fires, XX @ Henry Fonda 11/21 - The Juan Maclean @ Echoplex 11/21 - Malbec @ Spaceland 11/21 - Elefant @ Troubadour 11/21 - The Stone Foxes, Elevaters @ The Mint 11/21 - Fiery Furnaces @ El Rey
11/22 - Ray Lamontagne @ Orpheum Theatre
11/24 - Wolfmother @ Wiltern
11/25 - Simian Mobile Disco w/ JDH, Dave P @ Mayan Theatre
11/28 - The Black Crowes @ Club Nokia 11/28 - Peaches @ The Wiltern 11/28 - Carney @ El Rey
12/02 - J. Tillman (of Fleet Foxes) @ Troubadour
12/03 - Drummer @ The Echo 12/03 - Digable Planets, Butterfly and Doodlebug @ Key Club
12/04 - Charlie Hunter @ The Mint
12/05 - Charlie Hunter @ The Mint 12/05 - Girls @ Troubadour
12/14 - Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros @ Mayan Theater
12/18 - Ozomatli @ Club Nokia
12/19 - Ozomatli @ Club Nokia 12/19 - X @ The Wiltern
1/08/10 - The Happy Hollows @ The Viper Room
1/09/10 - Sonic Youth @ Wiltern
1/19/10 - The Hot Rats @ Spaceland
Monday September 28th
Light FM, We Barbarians, Tigers Can Bite You, Queen Kwong @ Spaceland (FREE)
Cindy Santini, Craig Marshall, Eric Patterson @ Room 5
Rebellum and The Prophets, MacDracula feat. Malik Pointer @ The Mint
Anvil @ The Tonight Show w/ Conan O'Brien
The Boy and His Machine, Same as Sunday @ Good Hurt Nightclub
Kim Divine @ The Fox and Hounds
Wednesday October 7th
Club NME w/ Jack Penate, Miike Snow @ Spaceland
SUPERGOODMUSIC Presents: Foster & The People, Odd Modern, Schpilkas @ Dakota Live Music Lounge
Totimoshi, Subarachnoid Space, Ovo, Peter Kolovos @ Echo
Dub Club @ Echoplex
Ooh Lah The Moc, Kevin Kinsella, Through The Roots @ The Roxy
Robin Lassiter, Darrell Vaughn, Audio Assassins, Better of Dead, Head Traffic, Back Line @ On The Rox Pearl Jam, Ben Harper & Relentless 7 @ Gibson Amphitheatre
Ingrid Michaelson, Matthew Perryman Jones @ Troubadour
Indigo Planet Records CD Release Party w/ Me and The City, Eric Alexandrakis 7 Friends, Alaina Alexander, Roman Alexander & The Robbery, Keith Monnachio @ The Viper Room
Stratovarius, Prodigal Son, Shadows Entwined, Seven Saraphin @ Key Club
Teenage Jesus & The Jerks, Mika Miko, The Urinals, The Lamps @ El Rey
L. Michelle, Bleeding Harp, MacDracula w/ Malik Pointer @ Molly Malones
Groundation @ Brixton
Deertick @ Detroit Bar
The Queers, The Leftovers, Woolly Bandits, The Underground Railroad to Candyland @ Knitting Factory (Main Stage)
Sol Giant, The Stage, Perfect Like Me, Harrisgrade, Max and Sam, Paparazzi Paycheck @ Knitting Factory (front stage)
Team Goldie, Mark Mallman @ Knitting Factory (Alter Knit)
Sleeping Beauty Wakes @ Largo
The Blakes, Kid Theodore @ Saint Rocke
Fever Ray, Nosaj Thing, Vuk @ Henry Fonda
Catherine Feeny, Sheila Nichols, The Chapin Sisters, Julie Peel, The Snow @ Hotel Cafe
Kid Congo Powers and the Pink Monkey Birds, Slang Chickens, Haunted George @ Alex's Bar
Hot Toddies, Foxes, Kissing Cousins, Rachel in the Weeds @ Silverlake Lounge
The Snow, MPhase @ Bootleg Theater
Star Wars in Concert @ Nokia Theater L.A. Live
Moxy Phinx, Kate Ashby @ Genghis Cohen
Michael Franti & Spearhead @ Ellen Degeneres Show
Toby Keith @ Tonight Show w/ Conan O'Brien
Casxio @ The Shore
Stanley Clarke @ Catalina Jazz Club
Juliette Lewis @ Last Call w/ Carson Daly
KISS @ Jimmy Kimmel Live
Bryan Adams @ The Grammy Museum
Thursday October 8th
80's Night: A Tribute to John Hughes feat. The Cartographers, The Awesomeness, Nikki & Rich, John Hughes Tribute Band, Selah Sue, DJ High Voltage @ The Viper Room
A Hawk & A Hacksaw, Damon & Naomi, The Grizzly Owls @ Spaceland
Mr. Green All Stars w/ HR, Rocky George (Suicidal Tendencies), Norwood Fisher(Fishbone), The Scientist, Opus Dai, Cage 9, Ambrose, Pain, License to Kill, The Other Side of Morning, The Fabulous Miss Wendy @ Echoplex
Har Mar Superstar, Brother Reade, Kesha @ Echo
Blake Lewis, DJ Dan, Bidwell,The Dance Party @ The Roxy
The Boy and His Machine, Same as Sunday, A Hot Mess, Dj Salam @ ON the Rox
Kyle Hollingsworth, Zach Gill@ The Mint
Satyricon, Bleeding, Through, Toxic Holocaust @ Key Club
The Rescues, AM, Lissle @ Troubadour
Coalesce, Cave In @ Knitting Factory (Main Stage) - FREE
School of Rock @ Knitting Factory (Front Stage - 1:30 pm)
These Arms Are Snakes, DD/MM/YYYY @ Knitting Factory (Front Stage)
Lauren LaRocca @ Knitting Factory (Alterknit)
Michael Franti & Spearhead @ The Wiltern
Steve Earle, Tom MOrello & The Nightwatchman @ Troubadour (SOLD OUT)
00 Soul, Jud Nester, Ricksaw @ Detroit Bar
Roger Sanchez @ Avalon
Karl Denson's Tiny Universe. DJ Medi4 @ The Mint
Latch Key Kid, Echo Echo, Kristy Hanson, Zachariah and the Lobos Riders, Dawn McCoy @ Hotel Café
Hollywood Brewfest @ Henry Fonda Theatre (2 pm - 10 pm; 30+ breweries, 15+ bands)
Randy Sacks & The Holly Rollers, Ufonik, Still Watters Run Deep, Bruno Mars @ Molly Malones
Vasanti Lackner, Chris Hood @ Pehrspace
Blink 182 and Aquabats @ Hollywood Palladium
Punk Rock Social "Live" feat. JFA, Shattered Faith, The Disgustingtons @ Alex's Bar
Chris Stanton, Caitlin C. Mitchell @ Echo Curio
Rosewood Thieves, Henry Wolfe, Dead Trees @ Bootleg Theater
Chanetelle Tibbs, Melanie Keller, Pam Shaffer, Chris and Sara Niemetz, Stereo Blue @ Genghis Cohen
Stefon Harris @ Jazz Bakery
Iliana Rose @ Biltmore Hotel
Sunday October 11th
The Airlines, The Surrender, Parade of Lights, Echo Revolution @ Spaceland
Part Time Punks 2nd Annual Festival @ Echoplex
Rockstar Karaoke, Painted Turtle @ The Roxy
Cassidy Haley, Punk Bunny, Elephant @ The Viper Room
Zoe, Babasonicos @ Club Nokia
Fran Healy, Andy Dunlop @ Largo People Under The Stairs @ Key Club
Steve Earle, Tom Morello & The Night Watchmen @ Troubadour
Pato Banton *unplugged @ Saint Rocke
Poncho Sanchez @ Amoeba Music
Arlan's Organism @ Molly Malones
Aftertayst, World Wide Suicide, Insentient, Atisa, Dethsummoner, Courting Disaster @ Knitting Factory (Alterknit) Bless The Fall, Finch, Drop Dead Gorgeous, Vance, Let's Get It @ Knitting Factory (Main Stage)
Sunny Day Real Estate, The Jealous Sound, Dead Country @ Henry Fonda
Rosewood Theives, Dead Trees @ Detroit Bar
Los Duggans, Punk as a Doornail @ Alex's Bar (FREE)
Chris Stanton, Caitlin C. Mitchell @ Echo Curio
Freddie & Francine, Penelope Fortier, Jerin Falkner and Jean Mann, Tongue and Groove @ Hotel Cafe
Jenni Alpert, Wesley Smith @ Room 5
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