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Jon Spencer & The Hitmakers at The Echo 2.23.19

Jon Spencer & The Hitmakers (featuring Bob Bert and Sam Coomes) played a sweaty, sizzling-hot set at The Echo last Saturday, and thanks to my pal Terri Wahl, I was able to get into the show. Anyone who knows me … Continue reading

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Flesh Eaters & Mudhoney at The Echoplex 1.19.19

In case you haven’t heard the big news, the original line-up of L.A. punk legends The Flesh Eaters have reunited and recorded their first album together since their 1981 masterpiece “A Minute To Pray, A Second To Die”.  The new … Continue reading

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Harry Cloud and Paul Roessler’s New Album “Permadeath”

  Harry Cloud and Paul Roessler (Gitane Demone Quartet, The Screamers) have collaborated on a new 2-record set specifically written and recorded for artist Tanja London’s sol(e)menace-sculpture audio tour “Ancestral Stress and Trauma” (a part of Jason Watson’s Permadeath residency … Continue reading

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In Fuzz We Trust Hosts New Years Eve at The Redwood Bar in DTLA

This New Year’s Eve, Eddie Lopez of “In Fuzz We Trust” threw a kick-ass party at The Redwood Bar in DTLA, and I’m telling you, it was LIT! The place was packed, and the band line-up was solid. Eddie’s band … Continue reading

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X / Los Lobos / The Blasters at O.C. Observatory 12.27.18

Last night I kissed 2018’s ass goodbye the best way I possibly could: by driving down to the O.C. Observatory to see X, Los Lobos and The Blasters play. You already know it was great. It’s ALWAYS great every time … Continue reading

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Death Valley Girls Record Release Show at The Echo 11.30.18

The Death Valley Girls have just released their fantastic new album “Darkness Rains”, and tonight we all celebrated at The Echo. I was late (I was busy eating a plate of fish sticks on my living room floor while watching … Continue reading

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OFF! at The Observatory 11.26.18

Off! played a blazing set at The Observatory on Monday night. Thanks to Keith Morris, I was allowed to get into the photo pit and get these snaps for you. Enjoy!   Please follow and like us:

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Southern Culture on the Skids at The Echoplex 11.8.18

When you have a ticket to a Southern Culture on the Skids show, you KNOW you’re goin’ to a party. SCOTS is notorious for their wild shows (it’s very possible to get a piece of fried chicken or a glob … Continue reading

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The Gears final L.A. show at Cafe Nela 10.19.18

The night I’d been dreading for a few months had finally arrived. One of my favorite punk bands, The Gears, had called it quits, and played their last show in L.A. at Cafe Nela on Friday night. After a few … Continue reading

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The Scientists at Zebulon

Well, it finally happened. After over 30 years of waiting, Australian garage-punk legends The Scientists finally toured the U.S., and made one of my dreams come true. They played two scorching shows at Zebulon, and those shows were so wild, … Continue reading

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