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Week In Rock: Broken Bells, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, The Temper Trap, Miles Kurosky

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Miles Kurosky will be performing Thursday evening at Amoeba Music | Photo by Brandon Showers via Miles Kurosky's Myspace
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This week Broken Bells—the brainchild of the Shins front man James Mercer and producer/musician extraordinaire Danger Mouse—will be performing to a sold-out crowd (don't say we didn't warn ya!) at the Troubadour. Local psych-infused indie rockers Black Rebel Motorcycle Club are poised to ring in their first full length in over two years—2010's Beat The Devil's Tattoo—by way of not one, not two, but three shows at the Echoplex. Melbourne-based indie rock buzz band the Temper Trap will be headlining the Henry Fonda Music Box with none other than local psych rockers Darker My Love (LAist Review) in tow. And, lastly, beloved Beulah front man, Portland-based singer-songwriter Miles Kurosky will be performing in-store at Amoeba Music in Hollyweird.

Miles Kurosky - "Dog In the Burning Building"