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Arts and Entertainment

Tonight In Rock: She & Him, The Deadly Syndrome, The Morning Benders, Dead Meadow

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The Deadly Syndrome will be performing tonight at Spaceland | Picture via the Deadly Syndrome's Myspace


The Deadly Syndrome will be performing tonight at Spaceland | Picture via the Deadly Syndrome's Myspace
Our Pick: The Deadly Syndrome's record release, Signals, Rabbits @ Echoplex

Tonight Portland-based alt-country duo She & Him, or rather Zooey Deschanel and M. Ward, will be performing to a sold-out crowd at the El Rey Theatre with the Living Sisters—a triumvirate of venerable female troubadours, which includes Inara George, Becky Stark, and Eleni Mandell—in tow. San Franciscan indie pop outfit the Morning Benders (LAist Review, #2, #3) are poised to headline the Troubadour with none other than LAist favorites Miniature Tigers (LAist Interview, Review) and We Barbarians. And, lastly, LA-bred psych rockers Dead Meadow will be ringing in their latest endeavor—2010's feature-length film and soundtrack Three Kings—at Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever for free. But we strongly suggest heading over to Spaceland to catch local indie rockers the Deadly Syndrome (LAist Review, #2, #3, #4), who will be ringing in their latest effort—2010's Nolens Volens. Signals (LAist Review), the phoenix to rise from the ashes of the Mae Shi (LAist Interview, Review, #2), 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 (generally) goes up every Sunday.

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The Deadly Syndrome - "Wingwalker"

The Living Sisters - "Double Knots"

Dead Meadow - "Everything's Going On (Live)"

We Barbarians - "Spun Out"

We Barbarians - "Spun Out"

John Mayer, Michael Franti @ Staples Center
She & Him, The Living Sisters @ El Rey Theatre (SOLD-OUT)
Bad Religion, Off With Their Heads, Heartsounds @ House of Blues Sunset (SOLD-OUT)
Rodrigo Y Gabriela @ The Grammy Museum
Dead Meadow live performance and screening of film "The Three Kings" @ Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever (FREE!)
The Morning Benders, Miniature Tigers, We Barbarians @ Troubadour
The Deadly Syndrome's record release, Signals, Rabbits @ Echoplex
Tobacco, The Hood Internet, The Baths @ The Echo
The Low Anthem, Timbre Timbre, The Barr Brothers @ Bootleg Theater
Glacier Hiking, Eastern Conference Champions, MWK @ Spaceland
Grand Hallway, Mighty Tiger, The Sequel @ Silver Lake Lounge
The Rhone Occupation, Random Patterns, Family Portrait, Fictionist @ Echo Curio
Joey Ryan, The Paper Raincoat, Nicole Eva Emery, Peter Baldwin @ The Hotel Café
Caspian, Arms and Sleepers, Beware of Safety @ Pehrspace
Franklin Music School, Whackstatic, Coyote, The Antiques, The Mo Odds @ Mr. T's Bowl
Narrows, Dangers @ The Smell
Pierced Arrows @ Detroit Bar