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Tonight In Rock: Iron And Wine, Cold War Kids, Olin & The Moon, Young Hunting
Iron and Wine will be performing tonight at the Wiltern | Picture via Iron and Wine's Myspace
Our Pick: Iron and Wine, Laura Marling @ The Wiltern
Tonight Long Beach-bred indie rock stalwarts the Cold War Kids (LAist Review, #2) will be performing for free, in-store at Amoeba Music. Local alt-rockers Olin & the Moon (LAist Interview) are poised to take on the Echo.
And, lastly, Echo Park-based indie rock quintet Young Hunting will be gracing the Silver Lake Lounge with none other than Pacific Hurt, formerly known as Santa Ana-based indie rockers Aushua. But we strongly suggest heading over to the Wiltern to catch South Carolina-bred folk maestro Iron and Wine, who is touring in support of his latest endeavor—2011's Kiss Each Other Clean. LAist favorites, English folk singer-songwriter Laura Marling is slated to kick things off.
Iron And Wine - "Half Moon"
Laura Marling - "Blackberry Stone"
Iron and Wine, Laura Marling @ The Wiltern
Cold War Kids @ Amoeba Music (FREE!)
Olin & the Moon, Amanda Jo Williams, The Damn Sons @ The Echo
Young Hunting, Pacific Hurt, Yoya, Repeater @ Silver Lake Lounge
The Monolators, Walking Sleep, The World Record @ LaBrie's
WPA featuring Glen Phillips & Sean Watkins with Special Guests, Tom Brosseau @ The Hotel Café
The Vaccines, Sweaters, Bixby Knolls @ The Satellite
Wallpaper, The Dance Party, K. Kay, Dude Royal @ Troubadour
Cinderella Motel, Open Hand @ Redwod Bar & Grill
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