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Tonight in Rock: Reeve Oliver, Mountain Goats, Jeffrey Lewis
Reeve Oliver plays Tuesday nights at the Key Club this month | Photo via their MySpace
Tuesdays are usually slow nights in LA for music and as bands prep to head Texas-way for SXSW, we'll probably see even fewer choices like tonight. But fewer doesn't mean worse. Mountain Goats and Jeffrey Lewis (great video below) play at the Troubadour tonight (and tomorrow), Working For A Nuclear Free City is back with another concert, this time at Cinespace (though it's a private premier party. Crash?) and LA Weekly says to head over to Glendale and check out The Scene.
Mountain Goats, Jeffrey Lewis & The Jitters @ The Troubadour (Lewis video below)
Linkin Park, Coheed and Cambria, Chiodos @ Staples Center
The Raveonettes, Be Your Own Pet @ El Rey
Bad Religion @ House of Blues
Working For A Nuclear Free City @ Cinespace
It’s Casual, Dead Ponies, Prick & the Burn, The Deepsea Goes @ The Scene
Tuesday Residencies (see all March residencies here)
Reeve Oliver @ Key Club (Free, 15+), West Hollywood
The Heart String Symphony, Puppies & Kittens @ Molly Malone's ($5), Fairfax District
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