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Rolling Blackouts to rock L'KEG Gallery, Sat. 3/22
Photo of The Rolling Blackouts via their Myspace
Local LA rockers the Rolling Blackouts will be playing a $5 show this Saturday with Micaela Bastidas and Die Rockers Die at L'KEG Gallery (1170 Glendale Blvd.). You know... over there by Echo Park.
The Rolling Blackouts are Torrance heroes, and have quite a reputation for rocking the house down. Micaela Bastidas has these eerie/addictive harmonies that loop in and out of your brain with this perfectly outer-space vibe. And Die Rockers Die, well i don't really know shit about these dudes... but I've enjoyed their Myspace page's music all morning.
Check out the $5 show This Saturday, 3/22 at L'KEG Gallery!
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