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Herbie Hancock Institute of Jazz @ The Music Library [11/4/22]

Turnstile & Snail Mail @ Shrine Expo Hall [11/4/22] As a five-foot nothing girl I was terrified. But as a punk fan, I was ecstatic. Approaching the Shrine, I saw groups of Turnstile fans of all ages wearing all black thick eyeliner. After spotting more than 15 concert-goers with septum rings, my friend turns to […]

Kenny Beats @ The Shrine [11/5/22] Photos by Angela Kan Don’t Over Think Shit! People often say these words when they’re offering advice, which for many, is easier said than done. However, Kenny Beats and his friends echoed these words throughout the night in a different context—almost as a command or a prerequisite for enjoying […]

Co-written and photographed by Angela Kan In crooked Old English lettering, “Troubadour” towers above as I enter Doug Weston’s iconic venue. Behind me, trails of a faint conversation between a concert attendee and a security guard float by. Concert-Goer is protesting, incredulous she’s being asked to spit out her gum. Security Guard’s answer is succinct […]

MUNA @ the Wiltern [10/26/2022] As I pass through the dirty gray metal detectors into the Wiltern, it is as if I have discovered the other end of a rainbow. Baby pinks, sky blues, and gold yellows flood the columned concert hall like Care Bear Con at the Vatican. Audience members mill about the lobby, […]

Alice Glass @ The Fonda [10/29/22] Photos by Evan Ibarra The scorched earth quivers. At tonight’s goth bacchanal, we expect an explosion. Sad clowns, juggalos, and caped vampires have come together to Trauma Bond with Alice Glass, whose eponymous tour is debuting a full-length album that is wholly her own. After breaking from the eminent […]

Skullcrusher @ the Masonic Lodge [10/17/22] When I get to the table outside the Masonic Lodge, after waiting in line, gorging on onion rings and ranch and peering out into the cemetery beyond, I am not on the list. After calling PR, I sit on the curb while the security guard- he looks borrowed from […]

Photos by: Gracy Watts Even waiting in line to enter, there was a sense of excitement and lightheartedness surrounding us all. With their third album, People in Motion, being released earlier this month, The Novo was just the 5th U.S. stop on Dayglow’s tour. Since their first albums were focused on showcasing their versatility and […]

Attending the final show of a well-loved band carries with it a heavy weight. Following an announcement regarding the conclusion of Girlpool as a band a couple months ago, their final show at the El Rey Theater feels less like a traditional concert displaying new material than it does a celebration of life.  Upon entering, […]

Phoenix @ the Youtube Theater (10/06/22) By Harry Frahn     “Thank you! Thank you all! I love you!” cries the black-clad man while he rises, slowly lifted by countless hands, onto the shoulders of the crowd. As he reaches his zenith, he falls silent, lacking the words to properly describe the gratitude he’s feeling. At […]