Lisa Hannigan Live at the Teragram Ballroom

Lisa Hannigan can sing her tunes backwards and forwards— a skill she honed in order to make the music video for her latest single ‘Undertow.’ She demonstrated her talent for such tongue twisters Wednesday night at the Teragram Ballroom in Los Angeles, reversing pre-chorus lyrics “I want to float / In between everyone” into unintelligible, but pretty, gibberish.

Chvrches Has the People Dancing in Their Seats

You have to really love a band if you're willing to brave Los Angeles' Shrine Auditorium. After smacking into closed parking garage and after closed parking garage, walking several blocks, getting hit on by drunk USC students, concert-goers must brace themselves for the 6, 000+ seated venue that offers shitty acoustics and absolutely no dance floor.

Kate Nash at The Echo 9/3/15

Whether Nash and her aptly named "amazing girl band" consider themselves "cool girls, " the crowd certainly seemed the think so. The foursome played to a packed, sweaty crowd at Los Angeles' The Echo, trading old hits with new numbers for an all out raucous show.


CHVRCHES released their critically acclaimed debut album The Bones of What You Believe at the end of September 2013. The band's first single off the album, "The Mother We Share, " is the #1 Song on the Sirius Alt 18 Countdown and is currently climbing its way up the Alternative radio charts.


Her debut single, "Start A Riot", is now the iTunes "Single of the Week". Starting January 14, the track will be available as a free download for seven days. As a result, she also joins the prestigious ranks of other "Single of the Week" alumni including Lorde, Of Monsters and Men, John Newman, and many more. Her debut EP for LAVA/Republic Records, Start A Riot – EP, is available now digitally.


As is typical for BELLS≥, the video for "No More Water" came together through a combination of mutual appreciation and friendship. "We have some very talented friends and are very fortunate to collaborate with them when we are able. This particular project presented itself at the perfect time", explains guitarist Stephen Shodin.
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Cage the Elephant’s New Album Melophobia + Interview

Cage the Elephant have been pretty busy since the release of their self-titled debut. They lived in London, went on tour for nearly 5 years straight, released their sophomore album, Thank you, Happy Birthday to critical acclaim, and went through a journey of self-discovery while making their most creative endeavor yet, Melophobia.


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Shosh is a Los Angeles-based freelance journalist. She contributes to a variety of online publications covering women’s rights, music and food. She is particularly passionate about reporting on health advancements and technology in developing countries.