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Tonight In Rock: Kitty, Daisy & Lewis, Indian Jewelry, The Yelling, Holly Conlan
Psychic Ills will be playing tonight at the Echo | Photo by Deneka Peniston via Psychic Ills' Myspace
Our Pick: Part Time Punks w/ Psychic Ills, Indian Jewelry @ The Echo
Tonight eclectic English trio Kitty, Daisy & Lewis (LAist Interview) will be opening for Coldplay at Verizon Wireless Amphiteater. Local rockers the Yelling (LAist Interview) are poised to grace Spaceland for this week's edition of HellYa! And, lastly, LA-based singer-songwriter Holly Conlan will be performing at the Hotel Café with a slew of peers, including Brother Sal and Jim Bianco. But we strongly suggest heading over to the Echo late in the evening to catch Houston-based psych-infused noise anomaly Indian Jewelry. LAist favorites Pyschic Ills will be kicking 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.
Psychic Ills - "I Knew My Name"
Coldplay, Amadou & Mariam, Kitty Daisy & Lewis @ Verizon Wireless Amphiteater
Jim Bianco, Brother Sal, Buddy, Holly Conlan, Brendan Hines, Chris Pierce, The Nervous Breakdown @ The Hotel Café
Grand Ole Echo w/ w/ Syd Straw, Rich Mahan, The Unlawful Kings, The Preachers Son @ The Echo (Early Show)
Part Time Punks w/ Psychic Ills, Indian Jewelry @ The Echo
HellYa! Night w/ Links, The Yelling, Evan Voytas, Django James & the Midnight Squires @ Spaceland
Dead Western, Featherbeard, Private Beach @ Echo Curio
The Grammy Museum Salutes the Jazz Bakery @ The Grammy Museum
Meth Teeth, Christmas Island, familyblankets, Rapid Youth, Roundabout @ The Hickey Underworld (1166 Magnolia Ave., Long Beach)
Alice Peacock, Alissa Moreno @ McCabe's Guitar Shop
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