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Tonight In Rock: Pixies, The Bravery, Neon Indian, Avi Buffalo
The Pixies are performing tonight at the Hollywood Palladium | Picture via the Pixies' Myspace
Our Pick: Pixies, Black Gold @ Hollywood Palladium
Tonight NY-based alternative rockers the Bravery will be headlining the Wiltern with Aussie indie rock quartet Howling Bells in tow. Austin/Brooklyn-bred electro pop duo Neon Indian are poised to grace Siren Studios with none other than Canadian experimental electronic duo Crystal Castles. And, lastly, Long Beach/Los Alamitos natives and recent Sub Pop signees Avi Buffalo (LAist Interview, Review) will be performing at the Echo. But we strongly suggest heading over to the Hollywood Palladium to catch legendary Boston-bred alternative rock outfit the Pixies, who will be taking on the penultimate night of their three-date stint.
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.
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Pixies, Black Gold @ Hollywood Palladium
The Bravery, Howling Bells, Living Things, The Dustys @ The Wiltern
Dinosaur Jr., Lou Barlow, The Missingmen @ House of Blues Sunset
Kia Soul Collective presents Crystal Castles, Neon Indian @ Siren Studio (1050 N. Orange Dr., Hollywood)
David Foster & Friends @ Gibson Amphitheatre
Cage the Elephant, Morning Teleportation, The Shackletons @ El Rey Theatre
Avi Buffalo, Bobb Bruno, The Wild Bunch @ The Echo
Nortec Collective featuring Bostich and Fussible @ Echoplex
Magnolia Memoir, Eleni Mandell Jazz Combo @ Bootleg Theater
Still Flyin', Yellow Fever, Hearts of Palm @ Spaceland
Last American Buffalo, Music For Animals, Diamond Light, Cricket and the 2:19 @ Silver Lake Lounge
Tahiti 80, Brookville @ Troubadour
Will Hoge, Freeman, Kelly Dalton, Song and Wager, State Shirt, Youth Symphony @ The Hotel Café
Les Blanks, NazcarNation @ Space 15 Twenty
Cat Foot Spirit, Gift Shop Shakers @ Hyperion Tavern
The Chinese Stars, Sensitive Hearts, Rene Hell, Sewn Leather, Halloween Swim Team @ The Smell
Vandaveer, Paige Stark, Judson McKinney @ Echo Curio
Jackie Ryan @ Largo at the Coronet
Vampire Weekend @ Pappy and Harriet's Palace (53688 Pioneertown Rd., Pioneertown)
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