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Hard rockers Sasquatch brings their swinging, Black Sabbath- and Mountain-inspired tunes to El Cid Nightclub in Silver Lake this Saturday evening. Sasquatch IV, released in 2013, continues with the heavy, pounding tunes that make Sasquatch, perhaps, the world’s most appropriately named rock band. … Continue reading
World-class drummer and Los Angeles Beat Music Editor Bob Lee has joined venerable psychedelic rockers The Freeks. Firmly rooted in California’s desert rock sound, The Freeks are evolutionary torch bearers for the Sabbath meets Black Flag genre pioneered by … Continue reading
Any true music fan knows that serious listening can only happen with a decent hi-fi in a dedicated space free of distractions and the myriad, perhaps pointless, multitasking activities that fill every free second of our lives. While increasingly fewer … Continue reading
Once again, the internet is buzzing with news about Black Flag. This has been happening every couple of months for a year now, and it’s become disquieting. For twenty-five years, there was no news, because there was no Black Flag. … Continue reading
It’s been thirty-five years since Stiff Little Fingers launched their debut album, Inflammable Material, into a severely agitated United Kingdom. A first-hand account from the heart of the Troubles in Northern Ireland, the band’s righteous spirit and urgent delivery established … Continue reading
All photos by Bob Lee for the Los Angeles Beat. Excitement over the Pixies’ return to LA early this month reached its most fevered moment on the Friday when it was announced the band was playing a fanclub-only gig at … Continue reading
Lovers of genre-defining 1980s and 1990s underground rock rejoice: Los Angeles’s Claw Hammer will be playing its first concert in nearly 12 years at The Echo this Friday. Joined by Australia’s notorious Cosmic Psychos, this unlikely pairing could be the … Continue reading
Give the Flaming Lips credit for this; after thirty years in business, at the height of their commercial stature on a major label, they’re not afraid to keep it weird. During my twenty years as a fan (I can point … Continue reading
Photo by Brian Michaels for the Los Angeles Beat, from the band’s Santa Barbara show. Black Keys sure are big, huh. Who would have thought it possible just a few years ago? Just a modest little two-piece band doing their … Continue reading