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Arts and Entertainment

LAist June 2007 Music Medley - A Month In Review

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Here's the LAist Mix for June 2007 - an audio summary of only a fraction of the bands and music events we mentioned or reviewed last month.



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Peanut Butter Wolf - Casio[LA Tour heads up by Kemp Powers]
the Misfits - Static Age [Punk Rock cover bands concert review by Elise Thompson]
Keren Ann - Sailor and widow [concert preview by Michele Reverte]
the Killers - Sam's Town [Street Scene preview via Tony Pierce]
Lady Sovereign - Blah Blah [concert preview from Lindsay Watts]
the Police - Reggatta de Blanc [concert review by Lisa Brenner]
Ojos de Brujo - Color [FREE show heads-up + CD review by tomdog]
Pink Floyd vs Eric Prydz - Proper Education (GHP Mashup) [Roger Waters show review by Tony Pierce]
the Noisettes - Scratch Your Name [show review by Tony Pierce]
InsideAMind - Laughing Life [CD review by tomdog]
Daft Punk - Around the World [Tony Pierce posts fan video]
Spanish Harlem Orchestra - Se Formo La Rumba [CD review by tomdog]
the Beatles - Maxwell's Silver Hammer [secret Paul McCartney show heads-up from Lisa Brenner]
Sonic Youth - Youth Against Facism [show preview from Tony Pierce]photo by Elise Thompson for LAist