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Tonight In Rock: Massive Attack, Broken Bells, Caribou, Sara Radle
Broken Bells will be performing tonight at the Henry Fonda Music Box | Picture via Broken Bells' Myspace
Our Pick: Broken Bells, The Morning Benders @ Henry Fonda Music Box (Sold-Out)
Tonight Bristol-based electronic duo Massive Attack will be taking on the penultimate date of their three-night stint at the Wiltern. Canadian psych pop maestro Dan Snaith, otherwise known as Caribou, is poised to headline the El Rey Theatre with none other than South Carolina-bred experimental electro pop maestro Chaz Budnick, who performs under the moniker Toro Y Moi in tow. And, lastly, local singer-songwriter Sara Radle, who you've invariably come to know through Walking Sleep, the venerable local indie rock outfit formerly known as the Flying Tourbillon Orchestra (LAist Review, #2, #3), will be gracing Spaceland. But we strongly suggest doing whatever it takes to get into the Henry Fonda Music Box to catch Broken Bells—the brainchild of the Shins front man James Mercer and producer/musician extraordinaire Danger Mouse. San Franciscan indie pop outfit the Morning Benders (LAist Review, #2, #3) are slated to kick 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.
Broken Bells - "October"
Massive Attack - "Splitting The Atom"
Toro Y Moi - "Blessa"
Sara Radle - "Baby, You Forgot"
Massive Attack, Martina Topley-Bird, Antipop Consortium @ The Wiltern
Broken Bells, The Morning Benders @ Henry Fonda Music Box
Caribou, Toro y Moi @ El Rey Theatre
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Sara Radle, Andrew Lynch, Correatown, C-Horse @ Spaceland
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