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Arts and Entertainment

Tonight In Rock: The Soft Pack, Bowerbirds, Nico Stai, Letting Up Despite Great Faults

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Julie Doiron will be playing tonight at the Echo | Photo by Lane Coder via Julie Doiron's Myspace

Julie Doiron will be playing tonight at the Echo | Photo by Lane Coder via Julie Doiron's Myspace
Our Pick: Bowerbirds, Julie Doiron @ The Echo

As mentioned previously, today San Diegan garage rockers the Soft Pack (LAist Interview) will be performing an unprecedented ten shows across Southern California with a slew of exemplary local acts. LA-based indie rock troubadours Nico Stai are poised to take on Spaceland with none other than Chief. And, lastly, local electro-infused indie pop act Letting Up Despite Great Faults will be performing at Cinespace with the Pity Party (LAist Interview, Review, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6), psych folk act Pocahaunted (LAist Review) and Morgan Nagler of Whispertown 2000 (LAist Review, #2) to benefit Haiti. But we strongly suggest heading over to the Echo to catch Raleigh-based nu-folk trio Bowerbirds. LAist favorites, Canadian folk rock singer-songwriter Julie Doiron is slated to kick things off.

Julie Doiron - "Spill Yer Lungs"

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The Roots Grammy Party @ Key Club
Bowerbirds, Julie Doiron @ The Echo
Help Haiti: A Benefit Show w/ The Pity Party, Pocahaunted, Letting Up Despite Great Faults, Morgan Nagler (of Whispertown 2000) @ Cinespace
Nico Stai, Chief, Yikes! A Lion, Fences @ Spaceland
Lelia Broussard, Coby Brown, Graydon, Penelope Fortier, One Trick Pony, Kathryn Ostenberg @ The Hotel Café
Daijobu, Run Through The Desert, Oedipus, Eenik, Rakoon @ Troubadour
Strung Out, Pulley, The Darlings @ El Rey Theatre
The Residents @ Henry Fonda Music Box
Feel Free, Treasure Mammal, Neon Navajo, Wet Dreams @ The Smell
Los Guppies, Bumtech, Modern Time Machines, Lost Lake, The Delabre @ Mr. T's Bowl
Asura, Sequins and Skeletons, Ana Caravelle, Anenon @ Echo Curio
Big Phony, Kill Kill Kill, Manhattan Murder Mystery, Meredith Meyer @ Pehrspace
The Soft Pack, Slang Chickens, Woah Hunx @ Nomad Collective Art Compound (1993 Blake Ave., Los Angeles)
8-bit, The Monolators, Rough Kids, Odd Modern, Dirty Dave, KNFPRTY, Ane, Fresh 2 Death, Ed Gold, Chad Harrison, Ryan Powers, Santi @ Señor Fish (422 E. 1st St., Los Angeles)
Frank Fairfield, The Dough Rollers, The Blasting Company, Freaky Mountain, BoorBaar @ Gallery 2023 (2023 S. Santa Fe Ave., Los Angeles)
Steve Angello @ Avalon
Stand with Haiti w/ Ceci Bastida, Domingo Siete @ Tropico de Nopal Gallery
Alex's Bar 10 Year Anniversary Show w/ Riverboat Gamblers, Throw Rag, Mike Watt And The Secondmen @ Alex's Bar
Moving Units, Rumspringa, Casxio, Cold Blank @ The Glass House

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