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Joshua Pressman

  • Arts and Entertainment
    Tonight Québécois post rockers Godspeed You! Black Emperor will be headlining the Music Box at the Henry Fonda Theater. LA-based lo-fi pop act Best Coast are poised to be a part of Global Green USA's 8th Annual Pre-Oscar Party. And, lastly, NY/LA-based folk troubadour Elvis Perkins (LAist Interview) will be gracing Royce Hall at UCLA. But we strongly suggest heading over to the Satellite to catch local indie rock outfit Last American Buffalo.
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    Tonight Québécois post rockers Godspeed You! Black Emperor will be headlining the Fox Theater in Pomona. And local indie rockers Army Navy (LAist Interview, #2, Review) will be gracing the Satellite. But we strongly suggest heading over to the Smell in Downtown to catch Brooklyn's own punk rock trio Vivian Girls. LAist favorite, Oxnard-bred lo-fi garage rock trio Catwalk are slated to kick things off.
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    Tonight local indie rockers Red Cortez (LAist Review, #2, #3, #4) will be performing at the Satellite with LA-based rock outfit Eastern Conference Champions. Local indie rock act Princeton (LAist Interview) are poised to grace Bardot. And, lastly, LA-based indie pop quartet Robotanists will be taking on the Silver Lake Lounge with none other than LAist favorite, local experimental indie pop quartet Hands. But we strongly suggest heading over to the Echo to catch local alt-rock outfit Everest (LAist Review, #2). LAist favorites, LA-bred rock and roll outfit Slang Chickens, New York indie rock quartet Papa, and Echo Park-based indie rock quintet Young Hunting are slated to kick things off.
  • Arts and Entertainment
    Tonight Sacramento-bred alternative rockers Cake will be concluding a three-night stint at the Troubadour. Alabama-based surf rock outfit Man or Astro-man? are slated to take on the Echo. But we strongly suggest heading over to the Center for the Arts, Eagle Rock to catch Washington D.C.-based rocker Ted Leo.
  • Arts and Entertainment
    Tonight prolific Washington, D.C.-based rocker Ted Leo will be gracing Skybar at the Mondrian. The Living Sisters—a triumvirate of venerable female troubadours, which includes Inara George, Becky Stark, and Eleni Mandell, are poised to take on the Broad Stage in Santa Monica. And, lastly, Admiral Radley, an LA-based indie rock conglomerate that is...
  • Arts and Entertainment
    Tonight Sacramento-bred alternative rockers Cake will be headlining the Troubadour. Minnesotan genre-hopping, full-figured singer-songwriter Har Mar Superstar is poised to take on the Satellite. And, lastly, LAist favorites the Monolators (LAist Review, #2) will be gracing hole-and-corner Pehrspace. But we strongly suggest heading over to the Echo to catch NY's most proficient guitar player Marnie Stern. LAist favorites, Sacramento's Tera Melos are slated to kick things off.
  • Arts and Entertainment
    Tonight Southern rockers Lucero will be headlining the Echo with none other than local alt-rockers Olin & the Moon (LAist Interview). Local alt-rock act Dawes are slated to perform for free at UCLA's Royce Hall (if you're a student of course). And, lastly, local garage pop quartet Dum Dum Girls will be gracing the Skybar at the Mondrian. But we strongly suggest heading over to the Satellite to catch New Orleans-bred indie pop act the Generationals. LAist favorites, Shadow Shadow Shade (formerly known as the Afternoons) and NY-based duo Minks are slated to perform as well.
  • Arts and Entertainment
    Tonight Baltimore-bred dream pop duo Beach House will be headlining the Music Box at the Henry Fonda Theater with San Franciscan indie rockers Papercuts in tow. The phoenix that rose from the ashes of Page France, Maryland-based indie folk act Cotton Jones are poised to take on the Troubadour. And, lastly, New Orleans-bred indie pop act the Generationals will be gracing the Hotel Café. But we strongly suggest heading over to the El Rey Theatre to catch Swedish indie pop trio the Radio Dept.
  • Arts and Entertainment
    Tonight local folk troubadour Ferraby Lionheart (LAist Interview, Review) will be gracing the Satellite with none other than local "fancy pop" songstress Obi Best (LAist Interview, Review, #2) and local singer-songwriter Willoughby in tow. One of LAist's favorite local singer-songwriters, Mia Doi Todd is poised to perform at Footsie's in Cypress Park. See who else is rocking LA, and what our pick is for tonight...
  • Arts and Entertainment
    Our Pick: Jake Bellows, Daniel Ahearn's record release, Judson & Mary @ Lot 1 Cafe. Also tonight Akron-bred folk rock singer-songwriter Joseph Arthur will be headlining the Bootleg Theater. Los Angeles-by-way-of-Georgia country-infused folk songstress Amanda Jo Williams is poised to grace the Echo. And, lastly, local indie rockers the Western States Motel (LAist Interview, Review) will be taking on LaBrie's in Glendale with none other than...

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