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Tonight In Rock: Jon Brion, Julian Casablancas, The Raveonettes, SIGNALS
The Raveonettes will be performing tonight at the Henry Fonda Music Box | Photo by C Davey Wilson via the Raveonettes' Myspace
Our Pick: The Raveonettes, Crocodiles, DJ Xian @ Henry Fonda Music Box
Tonight, as always, local multi-instrumentalist/producer extraordinaire Jon Brion (LAist Interview, #2, Review) will be jamming with friends at the Largo at the Coronet. The Strokes' vocalist and chief songwriter Julian Casablancas (LAist Interview) will be continuing his month-long residency at the Palace Theatre in Downtown. And, lastly, SIGNALS, the phoenix to rise from the ashes of the Mae Shi (LAist Interview, Review, #2), will be gracing the Smell in Downtown as well with British fuzz-infused punk outfit LOVVERS. But we strongly suggest heading over to the Henry Fonda Music Box to catch Danish rock duo the Raveonettes. LAist favorites San Diegan garage rockers Crocodiles (LAist Interview) are slated to kick things off.
The Raveonettes - "Heart of Stone"
Jon Brion @ Largo at the Coronet
Julian Casablancas, The Growlers @ The Palace Theatre
The Raveonettes, Crocodiles, DJ Xian @ Henry Fonda Music Box
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