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Tonight In Rock: Tom Tom Club, Maroon 5, Klaxons, Monotonix
Monotonix will be performing tonight at Spaceland | Photo by Matthew Craig/MJR for LAist
Our Pick: Filter Magazine's Culture Collide Festival w/ Monotonix, Mariachi El Bronx, Pink Noise, The Franks @ Spaceland
Tonight local alternative rock quintet Maroon 5 will be headlining the Greek Theatre with none other than Bruno Mars in tow. British alternative rockers the Klaxons are poised to perform for a sold-out crowd at the Troubadour. And, lastly, Talking Heads splinter, legendary new wave duo Tom Tom Club will be gracing the Getty Center for free for this month's edition of Saturdays Off the 405. But we strongly suggest heading over to Spaceland to catch Israeli shock rock troupe Monotonix (LAist Review), who will be performing as a part of Filter Magazine's Culture Collide Festival.
Monotonix - "Give Me More"
Tom Tom Club - "Genius of Love"
Maroon 5 - "Give a Little More"
Klaxons - "Echoes"
Saturdays Off the 405 feat. Tom Tom Club @ Getty Center (FREE!)
Maroon 5, OneRepublic, Bruno Mars @ Greek Theatre
Klaxons, Baby Monster @ Troubadour (SOLD-OUT)
Filter Magazine's Culture Collide Festival w/ Monotonix, Mariachi El Bronx, Pink Noise, The Franks @ Spaceland
Filter Magazine's Culture Collide Festival w/ White Lies, Voxhaul Broadcast, Martin Clancy, Battle Circus @ Echoplex
Moses Campbell, The Finches, Los Baby Fools, Emperor X @ Pehrspace
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LA Font @ Origami Vinyl (FREE!)
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Street Dogs, Devil's Brigade, Flatfoot 56, Continental, The Sparring @ El Rey Theatre
Continues, Felt Drawings, Bloodysnowman, S.E.M;I @ The Smell
Ex-Gentlemen record release, Swagger Sticks, Clorox Girls, Booze Hounds, Hosted by Flula Bor @ Mr. T's Bowl
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