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Tonight in Rock: Everest, Malea McGuiness, Iron Maiden
Everest at The Echo | Photo by Shayna Peveler via their MySpace page
Last night we checked out What Made Milwaukee Famous playing to a small crowd at Spaceland. Simply put, amazing. We're shocked that more people were not there. Lucky for us, luck for you, they have four more shows within the next nine days here in LA starting Thursday at the Silverlake Lounge."Sultan" - What Made Milwaukee Famous
"Resistance" - What Made Milwaukee Famous
Getting back to tonight... Free is good. Transit accessible is good (read, Metro Red Line). Tonight at Let's Independent! at Boardner's, Everest, The Transmissions, and The Bentleys (MP3 below) are playing. Everest were recently signed to Neil Young's Vapor Records label and packed The Echo early when they opened up for Radar Bros during their residency.
Shauna Burns, Malea McGuiness, Matt Cline @ The Mint (McGuiness MP3 below)
James Wilsey @ Safari Sam's
The Hives, The Donnas @ Wiltern
Iron Maiden @ The Forum
Van Hunt, Jesca Hoop @ Temple Bar
Everest, The Transmissions, The Bentleys @ Boardner's
Keren Ann, Dean & Britta, Sara Lov @ El Rey
Basia Bulat, Meiko, Stacy Clark, Chris Velan @ Hotel Cafe
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