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Tonight In Rock: Glassjaw, Butch Walker, HEALTH, Blockhead
HEALTH will be performing tonight at the Smell | Picture via HEALTH's Myspace
Our Pick: HEALTH, Abe Vigoda, Tearist, Man's Assassination, Man @ The Smell
Tonight Long Island-bred post-hardcore act Glassjaw will be headlining the Mayan Theater in Downtown with none other than Seal Beach-based quartet RX Bandits (LAist Review). Georgia-bred singer-songwriter/producer Butch Walker is poised to grace the Hotel Café. And, lastly, NY-based producer Blockhead, whose work is most closely associated with hip hop heavyweights Aesop Rock, Murs and Slug, will be taking on the Echo. But we strongly suggest heading over to the Smell in Downtown to catch local noise-infused rock outfit HEALTH.
HEALTH - "Die Slow"
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Glassjaw, RX Bandits @ The Mayan
Butch Walker, WAZ, Emily King, Royal Wood @ The Hotel Café
HEALTH, Abe Vigoda, Tearist, Man's Assassination, Man @ The Smell
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