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Another great week of live music in LA and Long Beach. Thanks for joining us! If you like what we're trying to do, pass us along to your peeps
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Juliette Commagere, 9PM @ The Echo, Echo Park
Electrocute, 9PM @ Spaceland, Silverlake
Decelis, 7PM, @ Hotel Cafe, Hollywood
Angela Wood, 10 PM @ Dakota Lounge, Hollywood
The Bumpers, 9PM @ Mr. T's, Highland Park
Tasso, 9PM @ Scene Bar, Glendale
Tall Tales, 9PM @ L'Keg, Echo Park
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Del The Funky Homosapien, 9PM @ The Glass House, Pomona
Dark Star Orchestra, 9PM @ El Rey, Los Angeles
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She Kills Robots, 9PM @ Room 5, Los Angeles
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April 4th, 2009
Last night was a fairly epic zig zag across town. I met some friends for dinner downtown, drove west back to Hollywood for a thing, and then up to Three of Clubs. And like the soundtrack to my race across the finish line (if it were a movie, it'd totally be in slow mo), The Frontier Brothers' power pop patted me on the back.
...Actually, I got there early. There was no music; no one patted me anywhere. So when The Frontier Brothers went on an hour and a half later, I was more than ready to see how they'd deliver on the promise of their album, Space Punk Starlet.
Turns out "epic" was the theme of the night. I'm not sure if it was the size and mood of the club (Three of Clubs is small and dark), but The FBs commanded the room. With their big, quirky anthems and frantic jumping, they seemed more cut out for a larger venue, or at least one with a stage more than 3 inches off the ground.
The singer (whose name I regretfully missed) was the decided leader of the band. His suit, swagger and guitar leads made him the classic front man. Oh yeah, and the make up. I never quite figured out what The Frontier Brothers were trying to conjure up (visitors from outer worlds?), but they seemed to be going for Glam with their talk of spaceships and the singer's painted-on red stripe across his eyes. In any case, the music and schtick worked together to create both a band, and an idea of a band. Like I said, "epic."
April 4th, 2009
I love rockabilly. There aren't more fun shows to go to from seeing the pomped and creeper wearing crowd to the all out chaos of the pit. And if there's one rockabilly band you see in all your life, make it the Phenomenauts. The band first came out all wearing the same uniform looking like they just got back from a space mission in another galaxy. Their completely eccentric appearance didn't begin to make sense until they began a countdown that initiated an explosion of fog and confetti that engulfed the crowed as they launched into a rocking version of The Year 2000.
Immediately the crowd got excited, especially the band's hardcore fans, also known as cadets, who came dressed like the band and knew the words to every song. After getting tossed around in the pit for a little while, I joined in on a chorus of "Earth is the best" led by the Phenomenauts' singer at which point the keyboardist brought out a huge Earth balloon and tossed it over the crowd. At the end of a solid set, they finally ended with "Science and Honor" that rocked so hard I swear I felt the floor shaking. Then, in true Phenomenauts space rocker style, they ended transmission, saluted the crowd, and left the stage. All I can say is, I can't wait until they come back to LA because I've rarely seen a better show.
April 3rd, 2009
You know what the best part of a thrash metal song is? It's the part where, after a fair amount of build up, everything goes batshit crazy. It's the part where everyone on stage lets loose - they channel all that is wild and unholy - and it rules. Now, take that break-shit energy, extend it for an entire set, and you have Bloody Robots. They were playing the Smell last night for a Food not Bombs benefit. As far as venues go, this downtown location is hidden down an alley wedged between fancy upscale urbanites and the crack addicts of Skid Row. Perfect place to see some musical insanity, right? Well, Bloody Robots delivered. Their rip-roaring clang frenzy of discordant art noise really put the metal in thrash metal. Literally.
With a name like Bloody Robots, it makes sense that all of their songs focused on merging mand and machine. In "Flesh and Bolts", singer/bassist Jimmy Fusil (AKA Jimbot) declared, "This is the struggle of meat and metal, rusting on the inside and bleeding on the outside." During one doom-funk number Jimbot simply chanted "1001001" over and over again while drummer Thomas Cabela (AKA Model T) went loose on his sick drum-kit. Lyrics aside, most of the set was hardcore intense thrash-jam. Together, this duo sounded like a chainsaw factory being assaulted by bazookas.
The only thing that really sucked about the show was their audience. Bloody Robots are thrashy, but they also have a strong following in the experimental noise scene. I love me some noise, but most of the people in the crowd just stood there looking like glazed over cattle. Really people? Jimbot was up there headbanging and playing his bass like rabid dog on methamphetamine but no one in the audience was as much as headbanging. How do you just stand and sway to thrash? I really wish there had been a more metal-head-oriented fan base at this gig. I mean, at one point Jimbot put down his bass to just clang sticks on metal poles. Based on their playing alone, Bloody Robots deserved a brawl at least!
Regardless of a lame crowd, this show was sick. Bloody Robots played their asses off and for a good cause no less. Donating to charity never felt so good. Or evil.
March 31st, 2009
Doom metal has a very special place in my heart. If its got low, droning bass lines that pound into your skull for 8+ minutes, I am so there. Even better than that, add some shoegazy effects and you get what I affectionately call "bootgaze." Like an expensive bottle of red wine, its dark psychedelic flavors have to be sipped and savored. It's dark and dreamy and there are only a few bands out there that really nail it. So when I discovered that LA has its own indie dark-psyche act, and that they were playing ten minutes away from my house, you can imagine how stoked I was. Black Math Horseman gave a killer show and claimed their place in the doom metal canon.
But before I get into their music, I have to give a quick shout out to some really cool Angelinos out there. You see, I found out about Black Math Horseman's show so last minute that I couldn't find anyone to go to the Pirate-themed Redwood Bar and Grill. As I discovered, being alone at a pirate bar is a very special kind of pathetic. Luckily, a random group of strangers adopted me for the evening. LA isn't just phony Scenesters, there are some really cool people at these shows. You know who you are: Thanks for being rad.
Anyway, back to Black Math Horseman. They were all about epic, noisy haze. Singer/bassist Sera Timms was channeling a dark Pagan Goddess as she weaved her voice into evil melodies. Guitarists Ian Barry and Bryan Tulao mingled riffs and solos for crazy long periods of time. Not surprising, as really good doom metal means extended instrumental numbers that hypnotize the listener into a murky daze. Grounding it all was Sasha Popovic's thunderous, tribal drum pounding. With these guys supporting her, Timms even let out the occasional black metal shriek. I was so pleased.
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To my dismay, Black Math Horseman didn't have any kind of merch for sale at their show. And sadly, their record wont drop for another two weeks. But if you also have a soft spot for some really killer bootgaze, you wont mind. Black Math Horseman are worth the wait.
March 31st, 2009
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Nico Stai, 9PM @ Spaceland, Silver Lake
Horse Stories, 8PM, @ Hotel Cafe, Hollywood
Fitz & The Trantrums, 11 PM @ Hotel Café, Hollywood
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Life on The Bang Bus, 9PM @ Motion LA, Los Angeles
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Fiona Landers, 9PM @ Room 5, Los Angeles
Christopher Hawley, 7PM @ Hotel Cafe, Hollywood
Cut Chemist, 9PM @ The Echo, Echo Park