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Live Music Picks: December 7-13

Eric McFadden, Supersuckers, Foo Fighters, Lindsey Stirling and more.

Live Music Picks: November 30-December 6

The Proper Way, Periphery, Charlie Parr, Los YaYaz and more.

Live Music Picks: November 23-29

Katy Perry, Purity Ring, Jarabe de Palo, Billy Joel and more

Live Music Picks: November 16-22

The Devil Makes Three, Flying Lotus, Morrissey, Trans-Siberian Orchestra and more.
It'd be easy to categorize The Devil Makes Three as a left-of-center string band, given their obvious affinity for old-time country and other archival elements plucked from American musical tradition.

Live Music Picks: November 9-15

Guantanamo Baywatch, Kid Cudi, Amigo the Devil, Cindy Wilson and more.
It's a twisted path pop culture has followed, if you even want to try to trace it to determine what "cool" is anymore.

Music Monday Nov. 6

Corey Feldman at Liquid Joe’s, Stonefed at the State Room, Tom Bennett’s new video.
TUESDAY 11/7 Corey Feldman Redux Wow. A lot has happened in Corey Feldman’s world since City Weekly spoke with him in advance of Corey and the Angels’ upcoming performance at Liquid Joe’s tomorrow.

Live Music Picks: November 2-8

Khruangbin, The Jesus and Mary Chain, Mild High Club, The Underachievers and more.
Chicano Batman, a four-piece outfit from L.A.

Live Music Picks: October 26-November 1

Get Freaky 2017, Johnny Vatos’ Oingo Boingo Dance Party, Ministry, Pixie and the Partygrass Boys’ and more.
The sound we refer to as Americana was nurtured by bands like the Byrds and the Flying Burrito Brothers.

Live Music Picks: October 19-25

Com Truise, Huey Lewis and the News, Tim Reynolds and Kesha
Don'tcha just love that synthwave.

Live Music Picks: October 12-18

The Church, George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic, Janet Jackson, Bob Dylan and more.
Unless you've been keeping yourself captive under some soundproof blanket, you know "Under the Milky Way," the 1988 hit that brought the Australian light psychedelic pop band The Church to U.S. acclaim.

Live Music Picks: October 5-11

Gorgon City, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, Palehound, Skid Row and more.
Over the past year, English house DJs Ky Gibbon and Matt Robson-Scott have built the foundation for their Kingdom tour one bass-pumping collaboration at a time.

Live Music Picks: September 28-Oct. 4

Curren$y, Seun Kuti, Nekromantix, Toadies and more.
"King Kong ain't got shit on me," boasts Shante Scott Franklin; otherwise known as Curren$y.

Live Music Picks: September 21-27

Brenton Wood, Buckethead, The Doobie Brothers, Megadeth and more.
Hit this L.A. soul legend's page on Spotify and check out the top five tracks.

Live Music Picks: September 14-20

Mariachi Sol de Jalisco, Gov’t Mule, La Calavera, Samantha Fish and more.
There's a song by Los Lobos called "Canción del Mariachi" that portrays mariachi musicians as itinerant, passionate badasses that drink liquor like water, have lovers in every town and are generally heroic in every sense.

Live Music Picks: September 7-13

Berlin, X, Joshua James, Talia Keys and more.
This show is the sleeper hit of the summer—a dizzying, nonstop parade of music and memories where you'll know every last song.

Live Music Picks: August 31-September 6

The Roots, Joshy Soul, ZZ Top, Crucialfest and more.
The last show of Salt Lake City's Twilight Concert Series is always a bittersweet occasion.

Live Music Picks: August 24-30

Andrew Bird, Lætitia Sadier, The Drifters, Nicholas Petricca and more.
Andrew Bird is a rare bird.

Live Music Picks: August 17-23

Cat Power, Trombone Shorty, Cracker, Die Antwoord and more.
Chan Marshall, going by her nom-de-tune Cat Power, is an indie singer-songwriter whose sound is marked by sparse instrumentation, yet profound depth of emotion and subject matter.


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