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Tonight In Rock: Massive Attack, Shout Out Louds, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros, Everest
Everest will be performing tonight at the Mayan Theatre | Photo by Zoran Orlic via Everest's Myspace
Our Pick: Minus the Bear, Everest, Young the Giant @ Mayan Theater
Tonight Bristol-based electronic duo Massive Attack will be concluding a three-night stint at the Wiltern. Swedish indie rockers Shout Out Louds are poised to kick off a two-night stint at the El Rey Theatre with none other than Queens' own indie pop buzz band Freelance Whales. And, lastly, local indie rockers Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros, who released their debut almost a year ago to the date, will be making a brief appearance at UCLA's Royce Hall prior to heading back out and conquering the world by tour. But we strongly suggest heading over to the Mayan Theatre in Downtown to catch Seattle's own experimental rockers Minus the Bear, who ringing in their latest effort—2010's OMNI. LAist favorites, local alt-rock outfit Everest (LAist Review, #2), who recently released a brand-new full-length record as well, 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.
Everest - "Let Go"
Massive Attack - "Splitting The Atom"
Shout Out Louds - "1999"
Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros - "Home"
Massive Attack, Martina Topley-Bird, Nite Jewel @ The Wiltern
Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros, Francis and The Lights @ UCLA's Royce Hall
Shout Out Louds, Freelance Whales, The Franks @ El Rey Theatre
Minus the Bear, Everest, Young the Giant @ Mayan Theater
Baron Von Luxxury, Diamonds Under Fire @ Silver Lake Lounge
Rats perform live soundtracks @ Echo Curio
Casxio, Vanaprasta, Symphonic Circles, Imagine Dragons, DJ Sam Sparo & Golden @ Troubadour
TD Lind, Ry Cuming, Terra Naomi, Tiff Randol and The Kingdom, Alicia Witt @ The Hotel Café
Full Clip (We Are One in a Million), Central, Team Classic, Mad Blunt, DJ Ez @ Mr. T's Bowl
Nashville Pussy, Cockpit, Riot Brides @ Key Club
Jonathan Richman @ DiPiazza's
Semi Sweet record release @ Detroit Bar
Green Jelly, Psychostick @ Brixton
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