Tag Archives: Alice bag
Turn It Up!, the newly formed Los Angeles-based organization which advocates for parity for women in the music industry, held its first large benefit show last Sunday at the Echoplex to raise funds for its educational and advocacy work. Gender … Continue reading
Late 70s San Francisco punk band The Avengers played Alex’s Bar in Long Beach last month with L.A.’s own Alice Bag. It was an afternoon matinee show on a rainy day and it started late; The Alley Cats were a … Continue reading
Last Saturday night Alice Bag, Trap Girl, Fatty Cakes and the Puff Pastries, and a sold-out crowd celebrated the release of Alice’s new album “Blueprint” together at The Echo. This was an early, all-ages show, and whenever there are kids … Continue reading
Alice Bag’s “Blueprint” Record Release Party w/ Fatty Cakes and the Puff Pastries, Trap Girl and Faith Santilla plus Special Guests!
Hear the LP live that is getting rave reviews! All ages are welcome to this early show. Graphic courtesy of Alice Bag, all rights reserved.
Jenn Pelly Takes her Book The Raincoats 33 1/3 for a Spin at Soap Plant + Wacko, Stories in Echo Park
By Lucretia Tye Jasmine 33 1/3 publishes books about specific albums, with each pocket-sized paperback about one album. Jenn Pelly discussed her book about The Raincoats at various venues last week in Los Angeles, including Stories in Echo Park on … Continue reading
This past Sunday the Grand Star Jazz Club in Chinatown held the “Save the Music 14” fundraising event to assist Castelar Elementary School’s music program stay afloat.
There were a lot of great shows happening last night: X and The Meat Puppets at the Observatory, The Weirdos, Saccharine Trust and The Great Sadness in DTLA, but I knew exactly where I needed to be – at Cafe … Continue reading
Last week’s energetic fundraiser at the Vortex LA for Chicas Rockeras, a rock camp based in southeast LA, brought some much needed funds for this day camp that hosted 50 young girls ages 8-17 last summer. The exciting bill was headlined … Continue reading
The pulsing drums and reverb and wah-laden guitars kicking off her debut solo album serve notice that Alice Bag is here to rock and that we all better listen up. The first track “Little Hypocrite,” which admonishes us to “stop … Continue reading
Lethal Amounts was the site of another fabulous event: the book release party for Alice Bag’s new book “Pipe Bomb for the Soul,” which took place Friday night, June 26. Along with reading excerpts from her new book, several songs were … Continue reading