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Tonight in Rock: Justice, Chapin Sisters, Warpaint
Justice plays The Mayan tonight | Photo via their MySpace
It's the fifth Monday of the month, meaning tonight is your last chance to catch March Monday night residents at their gigs (some bands may not being doing the fifth Monday thing, so check their calendars to make sure).
The Short List
Jay Reatard, Mika Miko @ All-Star Lanes (Eagle Rock
Justice, Diplo, Fancy @ The Mayan
Pete Rock @ Amoeba Records
Brian Wright and the Waco Tragedies, Macon Greyson, Sharon Temple @ Silverlake Lounge
Monday residents (see all the residencies from this month)
The Chapin Sisters @ The Echo (Free), Echo Park
Warpaint @ Bordello ($5), Arts District (Downtown)
The Voom Blooms (no 3/10 show) @ The Viper Room (Free if on MySpace RSVP list or $10), West Hollywood
Voxhaul Broadcast @ Spaceland (Free), Silver Lake
Reeve Oliver @ Detroit Bar (Free), Costa Mesa
Metal Skool (lifetime residents) @ Key Club ($18 for 21+ // $28 for 18-21), West Hollywood
Beatnik Jr. @ Crash Mansion ($3), South Park (Downtown)
Adjoa Skinner, Carney @ Molly Malone's ($10), Fairfax District
The Amazements @ pehrspace, Historic Filipinotown
Jake La Botz @ The Redwood Bar (Free), Bunker Hill (Downtown)
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