Thursday, November 22



UCLA's ScatterTones will perform on the USC campus on Saturday as part of the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella. They will perform in the quarterfinals of this 15th annual event.

ScatterTones tune up for competition

From the first day that students step foot on UCLA's campus, they become aware of the UCLA-USC rivalry. On Saturday, that rivalry will extend to a cappella. UCLA's a cappella group the ScatterTones will compete at USC in the 15th annual International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella quarterfinals. Read more...

Photo: UCLA's ScatterTones will perform on the USC campus on Saturday as part of the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella. They will perform in the quarterfinals of this 15th annual event.

UCLA's ScatterTones will perform on the USC campus on Saturday as part of the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella. They will perform in the quarterfinals of this 15th annual event.

KILL ROCK STARS
From left to right, guitarist-vocalist Hutch Harris, drummer Westin Glass and bassist-vocalist Kathy Foster, of the band The Thermals, will be performing at the Troubadour on Thursday. The band, with a self-described "post-pop-punk" sound, will be joined by Thao with the Get Down Stay Down, a self-described "dirty pop band" with folk-rock flair. The two bands are spending the month doing a California tour.

The Thermals to heat up the L.A. music scene with Thao with the Get Down Stay Down

The Thermals, who turn out the kind of tight, high-energy songs you can jump around to, first met label mates and fellow indie pop-rockers Thao with the Get Down Stay Down in 2008. That's when, after six years at Sub Pop Records, they found a new label to call home at home in Portland, Oregon, with Kill Rock Stars. Read more...

Photo: KILL ROCK STARS From left to right, guitarist-vocalist Hutch Harris, drummer Westin Glass and bassist-vocalist Kathy Foster, of the band The Thermals, will be performing at the Troubadour on Thursday. The band, with a self-described "post-pop-punk" sound, will be joined by Thao with the Get Down Stay Down, a self-described "dirty pop band" with folk-rock flair. The two bands are spending the month doing a California tour.

KILL ROCK STARS
From left to right, guitarist-vocalist Hutch Harris, drummer Westin Glass and bassist-vocalist Kathy Foster, of the band The Thermals, will be performing at the Troubadour on Thursday. The band, with a self-described "post-pop-punk" sound, will be joined by Thao with the Get Down Stay Down, a self-described "dirty pop band" with folk-rock flair. The two bands are spending the month doing a California tour.

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Q&A with Wild Beasts

In their first ever United States tour, U.K. pop band Wild Beasts is going to give Americans a first-hand look at the musical subtleties that come through in the group's live performances. The tour will launch in Los Angeles at the Troubadour on Feb. 10. Read more...

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Soundbite: “Old Blood” Yeasayer

There's something funky in the water in Brooklyn. In the last few years, bands based near New York City that once dabbled in psychedelic sounds or played raw and energetic rock music have been polishing up in the studio, adding danceable beats, keyboards and massive hooks to their musical repertoires. Read more...




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