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Tonight In Rock: Les Savy Fav, Ane Brun, Red Sparowes, Pollyn
Ane Brun will be performing tonight at Largo at the Coronet | Picture via Ane Brun's Myspace
Our Pick: Ane Brun, Ólöf Arnalds @ Largo at the Coronet
Tonight New York-based rock and roll outfit Les Savy Fav will not only be performing for free at the Getty Center for this month's edition of 'Saturdays Off the 405.' Local post-rock act Red Sparowes are poised to take over the Echoplex with none other Brooklyn-based indie rock quintet Fang Island and Jesus Makes the Shotgun Sound in tow. And, lastly, LA-bred electro pop trio Pollyn will be gracing Spaceland with Indiana-bred rapper Freddie Gibbs. But we strongly suggest heading over to Largo at the Coronet to catch Norwegian singer-songwriter Ane Brun. LAist favorite, Icelandic singer-songwriter Ólöf Arnalds is slated to kick things off.
Ane Brun - "Humming One Of Your Songs"
Les Savy Fav - "Sweat Descends (Live)"
Fang Island - "Careful Crossers"
Pollyn - "December As A Child"
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Ane Brun, Ólöf Arnalds @ Largo at the Coronet
The Twelves, Grum @ V Lounge
Fucked Up, The Strange Boys, Abe Vigoda, Graf Orlock, The Like, Dangers, Audacity, Woah Hunx @ The Glass House
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Gwendolyn and The Good Time Gang @ Echoplex (Early Show; 11 AM)
Warpaint, Priestbird @ Bootleg Theater
Passion of the Weiss Presents: Freddie Gibbs, Pollyn, Davinci, Hanni El Khatib @ Spaceland
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Angel City Outcasts' record release, The Royal Highness, Dirty Filthy Mugs @ Troubadour
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Felix Da Housecat @ Avalon
Lynch Mob @ Key Club
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