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Tonight In Rock: Hope Sandoval, Jay Farrar & Benjamin Gibbard, Those Darlins, Thee Oh Sees

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Thee Oh Sees will be performing tonight at the Echo | Photo by Virgil Porter via Thee Oh Sees' Myspace

Thee Oh Sees will be performing tonight at the Echo | Photo by Virgil Porter via Thee Oh Sees' Myspace
Our Pick: Thee Oh Sees,The Fresh & Onlys, Dan Melchior @ The Echo

Tonight Mazzy Star front woman Hope Sandoval will be headlining the Mayan Theatre in Downtown. St. Louis-based singer-songwriter Jay Farrar, a veteran of not one, but two critically-acclaimed outfits—Uncle Tupelo and Son Volt—and Washington-bred indie rock god Benjamin Gibbard, who presumably needs no introduction, will be translating Jack Kerouac's prose into song and verse (?!) at Largo at the Coronet. And, lastly, Tennessee-based country/rockabilly trio Those Darlins are poised to grace the Silver Lake Lounge with none other than the exemplary Australian indie rock act known as the Grates. But we strongly suggest heading over to the Echo to catch San Franciscan experimental garage rockers Thee Oh Sees. Equally prolific San Francisco-based pysch-infused pop outfit the Fresh & Onlys are slated to kick things off.

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.

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Steve Miller Band @ Bovard Auditorium at USC
The Sounds, Shiny Toy Guns, Semi Precious Weapons, Destructo @ The Wiltern
Hope Sandoval and the Warm Inventions, Dirt Blue Jean, Suki Ewers @ Mayan Theatre
Jay Farrar & Benjamin Gibbard @ Largo at the Coronet
Beach House @ UCLA Bruin Plaza
Those Darlins, The Grates, The Amazements @ Silver Lake Lounge
Liam Finn and Eliza Jane, Jason Lytle, The 88 @ Echoplex
Thee Oh Sees,The Fresh & Onlys, Dan Melchior @ The Echo
BrakesBrakesBrakes, Ezra Furman & The Harpoons, Rachel Goodrich @ Spaceland
Lloyd Cole @ Troubadour
Meshell Ndegeocello, J*DaVeY @ El Rey Theatre
Dan Bern, Joey Ryan, Katie Costello, Astrella Celeste, The Janks @ The Hotel Café
The Capshuns, Bixby Knolls, The Wallburds @ Bootleg Theater
Joe Pug @ The Mint
The Royalties, Ezra Reich, Superhumanoids @ Bordello
60-Watt Kid, Afternoon Brother, Mason Lindahl, Kevin Greenspon @ The Smell
Jack Wilson, Jr., The Damselles, Downtown/Union, CMG and We Are the Night @ Echo Curio
A Helen Keller Episode, Yikes! A Lion!, Blok, Some Days, Murderbears @ Mr. T's Bowl
Dean-E Vivirito, Sara Kramer Project, Mark Lennon and the Vagabonds @ Hyperion Tavern
Digital Leather, Mikki & the Mauses, Rough Kids @ Five Star Bar
Fefe Dobson @ Hard Rock Cafe
Keziah Jones @ Westfield Century City

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