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Tonight In Rock: Twin Shadow, Evan Voytas, Radars To The Sky, Wet & Reckless
Tonight Twin Shadow will be performing at Bardot | Picture via Twin Shadow's Myspace
Our Pick: Twin Shadow @ Bardot (RSVP Only)
Tonight local electro pop singer-songwriter Evan Voytas will be kicking off a month-long residency at the Echo. Local indie rockers Radars to the Sky will be taking on Spaceland with the same intention. And, lastly, LA-based lo-fi, punk-tinged, all-girl trio Wet & Reckless will be starting their residency at the Silver Lake Lounge. But we strongly suggest heading over to Bardot late to catch Brooklyn-based electro-pop maestro George Lewis Jr., or rather, Twin Shadow.
Twin Shadow - "Slow"
Evan Voytas - "I Run With You, Spirit Animal"
Radars To The Sky - "Prufrock (Live at the Echo)"
Wet & Reckless - "New Guy"
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Twin Shadow @ Bardot (RSVP Only)
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Wet & Reckless, Robotanists, Fences, The Head and the Heart, LA Ghost @ Silver Lake Lounge (FREE!)
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