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Tonight In Rock: No Doubt, Elbow, Daedelus, Voxhaul Broadcast
Daedelus will be performing tonight at the Airliner | Photo by Holgasnake via Daedelus' Myspace
Our Pick: Daedelus, Free the Robots @ The Airliner
Anaheim-based ska-infused pop outfit No Doubt will be headlining the Gibson Amphitheatre with Grammy-nominated pop punk outfit Paramore and Swedish new wave rockers the Sounds in tow. English alternative rockers Elbow are poised to take on the Wiltern with local indie rockers Mellowdrone and Manchester-by-way-of-LA singer-songwriter Jesca Hoop (LAist Interview, Reviews). And, lastly, LA-based indie rock outfit Voxhaul Broadcast will be performing with the Union Line at Pershing Square. But we strongly suggest heading over to the Airliner in Lincoln Heights to catch local electronic mastermind Daedelus, who will be performing for this week's edition of Low End Theory. Eclectic Santa Ana-based producer Free The Robots 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.
Daedelus - "Get The Door (Live at Low End Theory)"
No Doubt, Paramore, The Sounds @ Gibson Amphitheatre
Elbow, Mellowdrone, Jesca Hoop @ The Wiltern
The Weakerthans, Jason Collett @ The Roxy
Daedelus, Free the Robots @ The Airliner
CLUB NME w/ Noisettes, Magic Wands, Barracks @ Spaceland
Voxhaul Broadcast, Union Line @ Pershing Square
The Movies, Manhattan Murder Mystery, The Health Club, Stab City @ Bordello
Billy Harvey @ Largo at the Coronet
1st Annual East Hollywood Music Festival w/ Verbs, Ars Poetris, Michael Nhat, Halloween Sim Team, Manhattan Murder Mystery, 60 Watt Kid @ Ukrainian Cultural Center (4315 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles) (Postponed!)
Water & Bodies, Hotel St. George, Cheetahsaurus, Regrets & Brunettes @ Silver Lake Lounge
Watts Ensemble, Brian Walsh Trio @ Bootleg Theatre
Delta Mirror, LACO$TE, Boys IV Men @ Silver Factory Studios
David Ryan Harris, Isaac Russell, C Vincent Plummer, Derek Evans, Andrew Vladeck @ The Hotel Café
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Bane, Madball, Poison The Well, Terror, War Of Ages, This is Hell, Death Before Dishonor, Trapped Under Ice, The Ghost Inside @ The Glass House
Lacuna Coil, Kill Hannah, Seventh Void, Dommin @ House of Blues Sunset
Eric Hutchinson, Anya Marina @ House of Blues Anaheim
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