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Twin Temple Reclaims Goth

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It’s time to reclaim the name of goth, and make it great again. So let it be said that L.A. Goth band.. Twin Temple have made themselves the new "dark angels" for the movement. There’s a sense of sinister tribalism in their appearance and music that makes them so awesome. It’ ...
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Mondo Cozmo.. Shine and Devine Intervention

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Mondo Cozmo’s ( aka Joshua Ostrander) track, “Shine” is a song festooned with human subjectivity and a phenomenon for the inner soul. There aren’t many songs where divine intervention strikes; but in a world that is taken by language, technology, politics and mass media there can be wisdom ...
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Hey Now… Jeff Beck.. Loud Hailer

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Jeff Beck shows at 72 years old he can still give rock and roll quite a wallop! When his contemporaries are befuddled with geriatric issues of still having babies, illness and law suits Beck has once again created an album, his 11th titled Loud Hailer of ingested musical Viagra. Jack White and Frank ...
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Andy Clockwise—- Dystopia In The Good Book

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Prophecy doesn’t happen very often especially when it comes to music. Australian born Andy Kelly…aka.. Andy Clockwise proves  that in between genius and madness there is divination! His recent E.P. release party  of “The Good Book” held at the world fa ...
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Mike Edel…. Blue Above The Green

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If there was a person whose music could be described as counter culture of current days it could very well be Canadian born singer, Mike Edel. No, Mike Edel is not some hippy throw back freak by any means but his thoughts may resemble those of ecological righteousness and allegiance to his native Ca ...
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Biters….. Low Lives in High Definition

Before heavy metal, thrash, speed metal, black metal, glam metal  and nu-metal, their hard-rock precursor blasted from arenas worldwide. Simple straightforward songs about sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll (and the occasional power ballad) from the likes of AC/DC, Thin Lizzy, Deep Purple, Kiss, Led ...
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The Electric Prunes WaS vs. Is

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Los Angeles in 1966 was the epicenter of everything regarding pop culture. The scene was festooned with peace and love while Hollywood’s glitz was its show piece.  Bands would play and regardless of their genre audiences were receptive.  One such band that epitomized the Psychedelia movement wer ...
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Them Summertime Blues with Eddie Cochran

Eddie Cochran, the man behind the immortal hits "Summertime Blues" and "C'mon Everybody," was killed on April 17th 1960 when the taxi carrying him, his fiance'e Sheron Shelly and fellow rocker Gene Vincent  from a show in Bristol, England. The car crashed while driving to the a ...
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Cities on Flame With Rock and Roll

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Sometimes you have to drive a long distance to find your muse. Our muse at Rock Bands of L.A. com is Rock and Roll and we aren’t afraid to admit it. Great rock shows seems to be overlooked because of the nature of the beast.Buckcherry are America’s Rock and Roll OutlawsLast week’s stunning bil ...
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