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Tonight In Rock: Zola Jesus, Horse Thieves, Alex & Sam, My Pet Saddle
Zola Jesus will be performing tonight at the Echo | Photo by Pamela Littky for NME via Zola Jesus' Myspace
Our Pick: Part Time Punks feat. Zola Jesus, Fancy Space People, Garbaj Kaetz @ The Echo
Tonight LA-based alt-country outfit Horse Thieves will be performing at the Echo Country Outpost in Echo Park. Local jazz-infused pop duo Alex & Sam (LAist Interview, Review) are poised to grace the Bootleg Theater with none other than Judson and Mary. And, lastly, Fullerton-based garage rockers My Pet Saddle will be taking on the Troubadour. But we strongly suggest heading over to the Echo to catch Phoenix-based goth-infused electro act Zola Jesus, who will be performing for this week's edition of Michael Stock's Part Time Punks.
Zola Jesus - "I Can't Stand"
Horse Thieves - "Waiting Is Fun"
Alex & Sam - "Buy Your Side"
My Pet Saddle - "Laughing At Me"
Part Time Punks feat. Zola Jesus, Fancy Space People, Garbaj Kaetz @ The Echo
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Fred Everything @ The Standard Hotel Downtown
Ratt, Dokken @ Pacific Amphitheatre
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