Live Review & Photos

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DEVO @ CLUB NOKIA LOS ANGELES

New wave group Devo played at Club Nokia before a sold out audience Saturday night. The event was rescheduled from last fall after guitarist Bob Mothersbaugh severely injured his hand. A video backdrop showcased a montage of Devo history as they took the stage receiving a thunderous ovation. Devo re
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State Radio @ The Glasshouse Pomona

The three-piece act incorporated a punk rock sound with a political twist that fans quickly reacted to. Thick layers of fog constantly filled the stage as multi colored lights added a warm ambience to their engaging performance. Drummer Mike Najarian controlled the crowd energy during the hour long
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Big B @ House of Blues Sunset

Rapper Big B (Real name Bryan Mahoney) stopped at the House of Blues in Hollywood supporting headliners House of Pain. Accompanied by a live bassist and drummer, Big B unleashed a lyrical rampage with multiple freestyles that had the crowd bouncing their arms in the air. The evening included a mixtu
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Many of Odd Nature @ Good Hurt 3.21.11

os Angeles natives “Many of Odd Nature” played at the Good Hurt Monday night. Lead by singer and songwriter Charly Gienau, the six-piece act combined elements of dark wave, industrial and gothic rock while sending musical shivers across everyone’s spine. They began the evening with “Sticks With You,
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Unwritten Law @ The Roxy

The celebration continued with a hard rock performance as they took the stage on the Sunset Strip. Guitarist Steve Morris began with heavier melodies that instantly energized the crowd. Drummer Dylan Howard thrived off the momentum fans released as he sent addicting rhythms in the air.
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Motörhead @ClubNokia

British power trio Motörhead performed at Club Nokia in support of their latest release The World Is Yours. Lead by singer and bassist Ian "Lemmy" Kilmister, They delivered a stellar performance that satisfied every metal head in attendance.
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SWANS reunite @ The El Rey Theatre

The night ended with uncontrollable chaos and musical interpretations of danger and suspense. Every member delivered synchronized portions with every song. Before signing off, Gira expressed his gratitude towards the Southern California audience. “It’s good to be back in LA,” yelled Gira. “I fucki
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The Prodigy at Staples Center

Currently supporting their 2009 release Invaders Must Die, the English group energized the pit as fans responded to the screams “Psychosomatic, addict insane!” Maxim bounced across stage while running wild with a microphone in hand and Flint danced in the background adding vocals.
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Dead Sara at the Roxy

Indie rock group Dead Sara made their second live appearance since writing their forthcoming debut album. Filled with uncontrollable energy and raw ambition, this quartet performed a magnificent event that conquered new fans across the floor.
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Crystal Method at Exchange LA

Crystal Method delivered an amazing performance filled with addictive music that forced everyone to react. They combined music from Depeche Mode and classic rock multiple times. The Los Angeles based duo expressed appreciation for the home crowd by posing for pictures and constantly interacting with
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Meat Beat Manifesto at The El Rey Theatre

Currently on tour promoting their thirteenth album release Answers Come In Dreams, they pushed the limits of electric current from their equipment. The evening included thick layers of drum and bass, dubstep, trip-hop and industrial dance that caused an overwhelming reaction amongst the audience.
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SOCIAL DISTORTION @ The Palladium

This past weekend they reminded us that they still have what it takes to make new memorable songs and capture an audience of all ages. With their new album “Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes”, Mike Ness (the only remaining original member) and the rest of the guys began their promo tour for the new Albu