Tag Archives: the echo
This past December saw Club Scum promoters Rudy Bleu Garcia and Hex-Ray bring a diverse group of performers to the Echoplex (December 2 and 9) and the Echo (December 16, 23 and 30), each a Monday night residency to give … Continue reading
Looking for cool live music this week? Here’s some show recommendation Thursday 1/2 The Lexington – The Humblers, Dangerously Sleazy, Animals & Children + Bummed Out Zebulon – Rocco Deluca, Lael Neale Guy Blakeslee, Halo May Sean Smith + Tyler … Continue reading
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
Tonight Ex-Stains played their second to last show at the Cat Scan residency at The Echo. If you haven’t already heard, the band is calling it quits. I’ve always loved this band, so tonight’s show was a little heartbreaking for … Continue reading
Last night Part Time Punks hosted another hot Sunday night scorcher at The Echoplex! Haunted Horses opened the show with a dark, very loud industrial-tinged set. I’ve really been into the synthpunk/darkwave scene lately, and Haunted Horses was just what … 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.
It’s been about 20 years since I’ve had the pleasure of seeing The Red Aunts. Back in the 90’s, I never missed any of their shows, so you can imagine how excited I was to see them onstage again. The … Continue reading
Last Sunday, Part Time Punks had their annual “Krautrock Nite” at The Echoplex with special guests Savage Republic and the legendary Malcolm Mooney of Can. This was Malcolm Mooney’s first Los Angeles appearance in almost 20 years, and it was … Continue reading
The Echo’s weekly country rock series called the Grand Ole Echo is a breath of fresh air (despite a lot of patio smokers) on Sunday afternoons. The all-ages shows last from 4 to 8pm, and are free before 6pm or $5 … Continue reading