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Tonight In Rock: Dan Black, Goldspot, The Rescues, The Delta Mirror
Goldspot will be performing tonight at the Hotel Café | Picture via Goldspot's Myspace
Our Pick: Goldspot, Raul Malo with Kelly Dalton, Austin Hartley-Leonard @ The Hotel Café
Tonight London-based electro pop maestro Dan Black will be headlining Spaceland for this week's edition of Club NME. Local pop rock trio the Rescues are poised to grace the Troubadour with none other than pop singer-songwriter Lucy Schwartz. And, lastly, local electro-infused indie rock trio the Delta Mirror will be warming up the stage at the Echo for Oliver Future. But we strongly suggest heading over to the Hotel Café to catch LA-based alternative rockers Goldspot.
You can find these listings as well as the rest of the week's in our weekly Week In Rock post, which generally goes up every Sunday.
Goldspot - "Rewind"
Club NME w/ Dan Black @ Spaceland
The Rescues, Lucy Schwartz @ Troubadour
Goldspot, Raul Malo with Kelly Dalton, Austin Hartley-Leonard @ The Hotel Café
Oliver Future, The Delta Mirror, Jesus Makes The Shotgun Sound, Queen Kwong @ The Echo
Nicole Simone, Penelope Fortier, Sonus Quartet @ Bootleg Theater
Mystery Lights, Manhattan Murder Mystery, Hi Ho Silver Oh, The Shade, The Layabouts @ Echo Curio
Sarah Burton, Faye Blais, Rob Laufer @ Silver Lake Lounge
Elan @ The Roxy
Colbie Caillat, Brett Dennen, Ryan Bingham, John Ondrasik, Nikka Costa, Kate Voegele @ House of Blues Sunset
Hollyboots, New Clear Child, AXIS @ Mr. T's Bowl
Visqueen @ Amoeba Music (FREE! Early Show; 7 PM)
Visqueen, Steve Soto and the Twisted Hearts @ Alex's Bar
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