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The Pixies at the Ace Hotel
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The Pixies Venue: the Theatre at Ace Hotel – City: Los Angeles – Date: April, 25th 2017 Following a big show at the Hollywood Bowl 3 years ago, The Pixies were back in town for two nights at the more intimate and gorgeous Ace Hotel theatre and from the moment they took the stage, it was clear Black Francis and his gang were still...

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New Order
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New Order Venue: Shrine Auditorium – City: Downtown Los Angeles – Date: March 19th. 2016 Touring in support of their excellent new album Music Complete, New Order was in town turning the Shrine Auditorium into a crowed 80’s post-punk/dance club for a couple hours. The band included three original members, Bernard Sumner, Gillian Gilbert and Stephen Morris, supported by a second guitarist and a bass player taking over Peter...

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The Cult
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The Cult Venue: Tower Theatre – City: Downtown Los Angeles – Date: February 2016 The Cult was kicking off their new tour with a show in Los Angeles on the day their new album Hidden City was getting released. Following their big show at the Hollywood Palladium just a few months before, the beautiful but worn out Tower theatre definitely offered an intimate and ghostly setting. The band delivered...

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!!! (Chk Chk Chk)
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!!! (Chk Chk Chk) Venue: FYF Fest – City: Los Angeles – Date: August 2015 While the Sacramento post-punk band !!! (Chk Chk Chk) gained recognition for its infectious dance-punk tunes – and ungoogleable name – seeing them live brings their music to the next level, mostly thanks to their goofy leader’s antics! Wearing a simple shirt and shorts that seemed way too small, singer Nic Offer...

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La Femme
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La Femme Venue: FYF Fest – City: Los Angeles – Date: August 2015 Known for its new wave tropical tunes, French band La Femme is a fine representative of the French touch, singing breezy tunes with a charming French accent. The band delivered a fine set for their first FYF Fest appearance, seducing the audience with its dancy beats, joie de vivre and light...

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