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Tonight in Rock in LA - Bitch, Unearth, Atomic Punks
Unearth, Bleeding Through, Animosity @ Wiltern
Bitch, Dame Fortune, Compound X @ Paladino's
Kelly Dalton, Charley Turner, Jason Karaban @ Hotel Cafe
Scream, James Hall @ Viper Room
Atomic Punks, Cicada, Eli Santana, Prowler @ Whisky
Thank You Drive Thru @ Lighthouse Cafe
Grant Lee Phillips @ Largo
Kottonmouth Kings, Hed PE @ Vault 350
The Nice Boys, The Afterhours, The Clamour @ Spaceland
Supafloss, Blasphemus Guitars, Rebel Rebel @ The Gig
New Collapse, The Matachine, Fifty on Their Heels @ The Smell
photo by supergiball via flickr
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