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Tonight In Rock: Princeton, Red Arrow Messenger, Useless Keys, Letting Up Despite Great Faults
Aushua will be performing at the Echo tonight | Photo by Angi Welsch via Aushua's Myspace
Our Pick: Useless Keys, Aushua, We Barbarians, Science @ The Echo (FREE!)
Tonight Eagle Rock-bred indie rock outfit Princeton (LAist Interview) will be performing at Spaceland. Red Arrow Messenger are poised to take on the third night of their free residency at the Bootleg Theater. And, lastly, local electro-infused indie pop act Letting Up Despite Great Faults will be gracing the Silver Lake Lounge. But we strongly suggest heading over to the Echo to catch local alternative rockers the Useless Keys. LAist favorites, Santa Ana-based indie rockers Aushua and We Barbarians are slated to kick things off.
Aushua - "No Harm Done"
Teddy Thompson @ Largo at the Coronet (Little Room)
Princeton, Le Switch, Wade Ryff & Friends, Adam Stern @ Spaceland (FREE!)
Red Arrow Messenger, Maxim Ludwig, He's My Brother She's My Sister @ Bootleg Theater (FREE!)
Useless Keys, Aushua, We Barbarians, Science @ The Echo (FREE!)
Gamble House, Horse Stories, Letting Up Despite Great Faults, La Font @ Silver Lake Lounge (FREE!)
Arrington De Dionyso’s Malaikat Dan Singa, Emily Lacy, Whoa Hunx, Peg Leg Love @ L'KEG Gallery
Peter Weiss, Josh Klinghoffer, Black Church @ Echo Curio
Foot Ox, French Quarter, Kevin Greenspon, W.H.I.T.E. @ Pehrspace
Ruby Friedman Orchestra, Sally Jaye, Melineh Kurdian, Driftwood Reunion Band @ The Hotel Café
Chris Shiflett, Audra Mae, Steve Soto @ Alex's Bar
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