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Tonight In Rock: Two Door Cinema Club, Dosh, Wait.Think.Fast, Mochipet
Dosh will be performing tonight at the Echo | Picture via Dosh's Myspace
Our Pick: Dosh, White Hinterland, Baths @ The Echo
Tonight Irish indie pop sensation Two Door Cinema Club will be headlining a sold-out show at the Troubadour. Echo Park-bred bilingual, genre-bending quartet Wait.Think.Fast. are poised to perform at Spaceland with none other than Pacha Massive in celebration of Cinco de Mayo. And, lastly, San Francisco native, electronic mastermind David Wang, who performs under the pseudonym Mochipet, will be gracing the Airliner for this week's edition of Low End Theory. But we strongly suggest heading over to the Echo to catch Minneapolis-based multi-instrumentalist Dosh (LAist Review), who will be ringing in his fifth album to date—2010's Tommy. Portland's own indie pop songstress Casey Dienel, or rather White Hinterland and lo-fi, noise-infused pop outfit the Baths 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 goes up every Sunday.
Dosh - "Um, Circles And Squares"
Two Door Cinema Club - "Something Good Can Work"
Wait.Think.Fast. - "Look Alive"
Mochipet - "Spring (feat. Daedelus)"
Jane's Addiction @ Bardot
The Hold Steady, The Donkeys, A Decent Animal @ El Rey Theatre
Two Door Cinema Club, Funeral Party @ Troubadour (Sold-Out)
Dosh, White Hinterland, Baths @ The Echo
Low End Theory w/ Mochipet @ The Airliner
WAVVES @ Origami Vinyl (FREE! Early Show; 7 PM)
Eluvium, Bell Gardens, Benoit Piolard, Whale Fals @ Bootleg Theater
Wait.Think.Fast., Pacha Massive, Clorofila @ Spaceland
Lucha VaVoom @ Mayan Theater
Quetzal Guerrero & The Warriors @ Redwood Bar
Widows Gone Wild, I Am Astronaut @ Silver Lake Lounge
The Daylights, Jake Newton, Carla Werner, Brendan James, Whispering Pines @ The Hotel Café
Stacy Clark, Act As If, Waterlaso, Gayle Skidmore @ The Mint
Fantastica Bastidas, Juan The Mannequin, TRON, Hello My Name Is Red @ The Smell
The Shondes, EZ Tiger, Tasneem @ The Strange (4316 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles)
Blackboard Jungle, Rattlesnake Shake, The Zeros @ The Viper Room
Scion House Party w/ Nero @ The Roxy
Frankie J @Key Club
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