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Tonight In Rock: No Age, Avi Buffalo, Portugal. The Man, Nico Stai [Updated]
Avi Buffalo will be performing tonight at the Troubadour | Photo by Jeff Koga for LAist
Our Pick: Avi Buffalo's record release, VOICEs VOICEs, The Wailing Wall @ Troubadour
Tonight local noise-infused rock act No Age (LAist Review, #2, #3), Mika Miko (LAist Review) will be performing at the Center for the Arts, Eagle Rock with none other than Brooklyn-by-way-of-Olympia ambient outfit Growing. Wasilla-bred indie rockers Portugal. The Man are poised to perform for free at Space 15 Twenty in Hollyweird, touring in support of their sixth full-length endeavor—2010's American Ghetto. And, lastly, LA-based indie rock troubadours Nico Stai will be taking on the Bootleg Theater with Shadow Shadow Shade (formerly known as the Afternoons) in tow. But we strongly suggest heading over to the Troubadour to catch Long Beach/Los Alamitos natives and recent Sub Pop signees Avi Buffalo (LAist Interview, Review), who will be ringing in their hotly anticipated self-titled debut. Local ambient rockers Voices Voices and Brooklyn-based indie rock act the Wailing Wall are slated to kick things off.
Avi Buffalo - "What's In It For?"
No Age - "Losing Feeling"
Portugal. The Man - "When The War Ends"
Nico Stai - "Dead Pony"
Circle Jerks, 7 Seconds, Municipal Waste, Ceremony @ Fox Theater Pomona
No Age, Growing, Eric Copeland @ Center for the Arts, Eagle Rock
Avi Buffalo's record release, VOICEs VOICEs, The Wailing Wall @ Troubadour
Portugal. The Man @ Space 15 Twenty (FREE!)
The FMLY Ride w/ Slang Chickens, Dinowalrus, Tempo No Tempo, Funderstorm, Prof Calc, Batwing Catwings and more @ Various Locations
Holly Conlan, Snow and Voices, Eleisha Eagle, Sanquindrake, Amy May, Dave Madden @ The Hotel Café
Nico Stai, Shadow Shadow Shade, The Black Apples @ Bootleg Theater
The Ponys, Disappears, Christmas Island @ Spaceland
Old Lumps, Old Fashioned Way, Hawnay Troof, Cotillionaires @ Pehrspace
Big Whup, Pizza!, 60-Watt Kid, So Many Wizards @ The Smell
Full Frontal, Veil Veil Vanish, Blessure Grave, Hexham Heads, Deathday Party @ Silver Factory Studios
King Cheetah, Swagger Sticks, Z/Schnee & The Bleeding Livers, Tom Richardson, Mad Planet @ Mr. T's Bowl
Emily Osment @ House of Blues Sunset
Futurecop!, Keith Masters @ 14 Below
The Color Turning, Voxhaul Broadcast, Kevin Earnest, Kitten @ Detroit Bar
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