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Tonight In Rock: GZA, Jesca Hoop, Mount Righteous, Evan Voytas
Evan Voytas will be performing tonight at the Echo | Photo by Anna W via Evan Voytas' Myspace
Our Pick: Club Underground w/ Psychic Powers, Evan Voytas @ The Echo
Tonight founding member of legendary hip hop group the Wu-Tang Clan GZA will be headlining the Echoplex. LA-bred singer-songwriter Jesca Hoop is poised to grace the Hotel Café for her second time this week. And, lastly, multi-member Texan indie pop outfit Mount Righteous will be taking on the Bootleg Theater. But we strongly suggest heading over to the Echo to catch local electro pop singer-songwriter Evan Voytas, who will be performing for this week's edition of Club Underground. LAist favorites, LA/New Zealand-based retro 80s electro pop duo Psychic Powers are slated to headline.
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.
Evan Voytas - "I Have A Dream In My Heart"
GZA, Curtains, DJ Dark Alley @ Echoplex
State Radio, The Aggrolites @ El Rey Theatre
Mount Righteous, Seasons @ Bootleg Theater
Jesca Hoop, Andy Clockwise, Brother Sal, Steve Reynolds, Chris Milam @ The Hotel Café
Club Underground w/ Psychic Powers, Evan Voytas @ The Echo
Abe Vigoda, Alps of New South Wales, Dunes @ Echo Curio
Night Horse, Dusted Angel, Normandie @ Spaceland
M31, Stab City, Not The Government @ 5011 Warehouse (5011 West Adams, Los Angeles)
Jackie Greene, Truth & Salvage Co. @ Troubadour
Richard Shindell, Antje Duvekot @ McCabe's Guitar Shop
New Planets, Tigers Can Bite You, Luke Janela, Modern Time Machines @ Pehrspace
Throwing Seven, Black Sequin Disaster, Siva Noir, Street Spirit, Native June @ Mr. T's Bowl
Dios (Malos), Forcefield ON, Bella Novela, Pterodactyl, Eugene and the 1914 @ Alex's Bar
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