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Festival Supreme 2016 @ The Shrine | Saturday, October 29

Thu, 20 Oct 2016 04:33:07 +0000

Tickets: GA | VIP Festival Supreme | Shrine Auditorium & Expo Hall | Tenacious D | [Full Lineup & Poster. . .]

Photos: Stockholm, CA Festival @ The Shrine, October 15, 2016

Mon, 17 Oct 2016 06:20:00 +0000

[gallery link="file" ids="75603,75616,75618,75651,75652,75623,75607,75628,75627,75631,75634,75639,75641,75643,75646"]Stockholm, CA Festival | Shrine Auditorium & Expo Hall | [Full Gallery with More Photos. . .]

Photos: Big Search @ The Echo, October 13, 2016

Sat, 15 Oct 2016 05:12:53 +0000

[gallery link="file" ids="75568,75580,75569,75574,75578,75570"]Big Search | The Echo & Echoplex | [Full Gallery with More Photos...]

Live Note: Tycho @ Fonda Theatre, October 6, 2016

Fri, 07 Oct 2016 23:40:27 +0000

Photo: Tycho at 2013 Lightning in a Bottle Festival, but he looked very similar at the Fonda last night. Tycho, the ambient/rock instrumental brainchild of Scott Hansen, played the first of a pair of “pop-up” (e.g., short notice) shows at the Fonda Theatre Thursday evening. The Tycho crowd, sold out here tonight, leans young and diverse, no doubt accruing fans from his EDM association, while not strictly slotting into that genre. Performing as a four-piece – Hansen, synths & guitars; Rory O’Connor, drums; Zac Brown, bass & guitar; Billy Kim, bass & synths—with a sparse stage setup, the show marked the occasion of the surprise drop of Epoch, his fourth full length album a week prior. Pop-up shows and surprise album drops, of course signs of the times in an industry where novelty is not only welcome but increasingly necessary to stand apart in the crowded marketplace. Tycho | Tycho New album | Epoch [More words & full album Soundcloud below . . .]

Photos: Deap Vally @ Amoeba Music, October 6, 2016

Fri, 07 Oct 2016 09:13:54 +0000

[gallery link="file" ids="75540,75543,75544,75537,75549,75548"]Deap Vally | Amoeba Music | [Full Gallery with More Photos...]

Photos: Frankie Cosmos & iji @ Junior High, September 30, 2016

Tue, 04 Oct 2016 06:57:00 +0000

[gallery link="file" ids="75501,75491,75496,75498,75494,75475,75474,75488,75479"]Frankie Cosmos | facebook | bandcamp iji | facebook | bandcamp Junior High | [Full Gallery with More Photos...]

Photos: Music Tastes Good 2016 @ Downtown Long Beach

Tue, 27 Sep 2016 06:42:15 +0000

[gallery link="file" ids="75349,75351,75383,75371,75376,75398,75389,75401,75408,75407,75442,75446,75392,75411,75415,75422,75428,75430,75414,75434,75452"]Music Tastes Good | [Full Gallery with More Photos...]

Live Review: Sigur Rós @ Hollywood Bowl, Sepember 24, 2016

Mon, 26 Sep 2016 15:41:57 +0000

Photo by Scott Feinbaum for OC Weekly. Full gallery here. All due respect to Bloc Party/Bob Mould/Ezra Furman who played the actual final show on Sunday, but Sigur Rós brought the Hollywood Bowl’s 2016 season to its crescendo on a warm night this past Saturday, a vindicating sell-out show at the venue they played to a not quite half-full audience a decade prior in 2006. Performing now as a three-piece - Jonsí Bergisson (vocals/guitar/more), Goggí Holm (bass/more), Orrí Dýrason (drums/keyboards/more) - following the departure of longtime member and primary keyboardist, Kjarri Sveinsson, the Icelandic band carried the whole of the show alone, a marked change from past tours that have included augmentation by several additional backing players on strings and other instrumentation. Clearly there’s a statement of independence and self-reliance about this, with no new album to support, this is a presentation of the band itself, that three of them can and will carry on, even filling a Hollywood Bowl with sound without assistance (admittedly there are samples triggered at times). In fact, their new key photo art is of three of them, face on (if a bit marred with a “melting” effect), in one of the most direct looks we’ve had of the band members in their official imagery, lifting just a bit of the mystery in their aesthetic. That said, once this tour concludes, the three-piece Sigur Rós firmly established, they return to Los Angeles in April 2017 for a series of shows at Walt Disney Hall backed by the LA Phil. A typically solid, if perhaps not as transcendent as usual and a bit restrained at times, performance by the band divided into two parts with a brief intermission in between, they showcased their signature sound that weaves experimental, “post-rock” (ugh, I know…), ambient and modern classical, going from quiet and intimate sparseness to swelling to the bracingly loud and epic density. Or, rather, should be bracingly loud; on the technical side, the Bowl did not serve their sound as well as might have been hoped. Their dynamics would seem well suited to be amplified the venue (my own fuzzy recollections of that 2005 show are positive - though I may have been too close to the stage to be objective) but the volume Saturday was simply too low; Jonsí’s bowed electric guitar never quite reaching those volcanic sonic peaks, the occasional toy piano plonking lost in the sea of glass clanking and chomping picnickers. All told, it did not necessarily make for the immersive audio/visual experience that Sigur Rós is known for. [Continue reading. . .]