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Tonight in Rock: The Like, War Tapes, Sweethead & More
The Like play the 6th St. Warehouse in 2008 (more photos here) | Photo by Koga/LAist
Our Pick: The Like, New Fidelity, Bloodbath @ The Echo (FREE!)
LA-bred all-female, retro 60s pop rock quartet The Like, who recently recorded their forthcoming debut with none other than Mark Ronson and Phantom Planet front man Alex Greenwald, will be kicking off their month-long, free residency at the Echo. In two other free shows, War Tapes headlines at the Silverlake Lounge and Sweethead releases their latest album at Spaceland. More listings are below the MP3 and for all rock listings for the week, check the Week in Rock column.
The Like - "He's Not A Boy"
The Like, New Fidelity, Bloodbath @ The Echo (FREE!)
Fang Island @ Amoeba Music (FREE! Early Show; 7 PM)
War Tapes, The New Room, 1, 2, 3, Tracy Dean and Jesus @ Silver Lake Lounge (FREE!)
Sweethead's record release, Ashes Divide, Normandie, Dead White Underbelly @ Spaceland (FREE!)
So & So, Estes Shane Whalen's record release, Clare Means, Guy Sebastian @ The Hotel Café
Let Go Of The Rail, State Rec, Güf Trüp, California Priest @ Pehrspace
Angela McCluskey @ Bardot
Melee, Echo Echo @ Detroit Bar
LAist Music Editor Josh Pressman contributed to this post.
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