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Tonight In Rock: Dios (Malos), The Happy Hollows, The Growlers, Seasons
Dios (Malos) will be playing tonight at the Hotel Café | Picture via Dios (Malos)' Myspace
Our Pick: Dios, Olin and The Moon, Imaad Wasif, Mini Mansions, Tiny Television @ The Hotel Café
Tonight local indie rockers the Happy Hollows (LAist Review, #2, #3) will be concluding their month-long residency at Spaceland with none other than the Pity Party (LAist Interview, Review, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6) in tow. Costa Mesa-based psych rockers the Growlers are poised to grace Origami Vinyl. And, lastly, Highland Park's own experimental rockers Seasons will be taking on the Echo. But we strongly suggest heading over to the Hotel Café to catch LAist favorites, San Pedro-based indie rock outfit Dios (Malos) (LAist Interview).
You can find these listings as well as the rest of the week's in our weekly Week In Rock post, which goes up every Sunday.
Dios (Malos) - "I'm Going Home (Demo EQD)"
Dios (Malos), Olin and The Moon, Imaad Wasif, Mini Mansions, Tiny Television @ The Hotel Café
The Happy Hollows, The Pity Party, Twilight Sleep, Traps, Ps @ Spaceland
Mississippi Man, Last American Buffalo, What Laura Says, Slipping Into Darkness @ Silver Lake Lounge
Seasons, Downtown/Union, Jack Wilson, Jr., Regrets and Brunettes @ The Echo
The Growlers @ Origami Vinyl
Batwings Catwings, The Choke, Aristides, Trudgers @ Pehrspace
Franklin Bruno, Wckr Spgt, Phil Yates @ Echo Curio
Pop Noir @ Detroit Bar
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