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Love Grenades to play The Echo April 18th

If you are both a fan of music and stunning frontwomen, you should make your way to The Echo on Sunday to see Love Grenades.  They are playing with Love Is All and Weave, and they would deeply appreciate your attendance. 


Close Encounters

MC at the Echo

Saturday was the night we made contact! The Echoplex played host to a UFO themed celebration, complete with a tinfoil hat contest and an MC decked out in space gear. Mississippi Man, The Pity Party, and Voxhaul Broadcast all played out of this world sets for their earth audience. Headliners Saint Motel donned space helmets as they walked on stage and even threw in a special cover or Peter Shilling's 'Major Tom' later in the evening.

-Angelo Lorenzo


Mississippi Man

Mississippi Man


Best of LA #17- Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros

Here it is!  The video you have been waiting for is here and awaiting for eager eyes.  Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros not only know how to formulate very alluring band names, but they are quite talented musicians as well.  Their debut album, "Up From Below" is available via itunes.  They are also touring the hell out of the good ol' U S of A in the coming months, so keep an eye out on your impending vacations.   


Best of LA #18: The Growlers

If you have been scouring Craig's List for a working time machine set for the 60s, halt your search.  The Growlers will remedy your need for 60s surf rock, with just a twinge of folk rock charm.  Together since 2006, Brooks Nielson, Scott Montoya, Matt Taylor and Brian Stewart strive to make music that rivals LSD in its mind altering capabilities.  Their latest album "Are You In Or Out" is chock full of songs so beachy they practically reek of Coppertone.  If this sounds appealing to you, go see them play with Dirt Dress at Madame Wong's on April 23rd. 


Another Prawn on the Barbie!

ja prawn

Ja Prawn was born from the murky depths of the LA River in the early millennium, and has been relentlessly rocking Los Angeles' diveyest dance clubs and underground caverns ever since.  Ja Prawn is a demigod sculpted of synth sludge, apocalyptic sci-fi soundtracks, and pawn shop lo-fi glory.  After honing their sound at Don Bolles' nightclub "Ding-a-Ling" in Silverlake, CA, Ja Prawn has finally unleashed its spawn into the world. Their first album, "Everybody" is being released by vosotros.  It's instantly danceable. Have them play your mum's birthday.


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