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There's no place like home

If you want a really Good Friday, then head down to the Natural History Museum tomorrow night to see local funk, soul, hip-hop legends Breakestra perform as part of the museums First Friday’s Series. It’s a six-month long series themed as “There’s No Place Like Home: The Science of Southern California.” The brilliant Fitz and the Tantrums will open for Breakestra, and the evening includes a curated tour, science discussion, and a DJ lounge to boot. Check out Breakestra’s new video here.

 
 
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Return of the rhymesayer

Indie hip-hop wordsmith Kenan Bell has just dropped a new album of political innuendo, love songs and musings on life and whatnot-- now available on iTunes. The release party is at Spaceland Saturday April 3rd, and he’ll be opening for our Angelino hip-hop faves The People Under the Stairs on their national tour for their April dates. Photo by Angelica Bonomo.

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Angus Khan- "Silver and Green"

Angus Khan describes their sound as "Angus Young and Genghis Khan in a back alley bar fight."  If that description isn't enough to convince you to watch their new video, I'm not sure you're worthy of convincing. 

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The Deadly Syndrome- "Nolens Volens"

The Deadly Syndrome's sophomore album, Nolens Volens is now available for your ears to appreciate.  You can purchase it via itunes, emusic, Lala, Amazon, or the band's online store.  With these myriad options, there really should be no reason you aren't listening to Nolens Volens by Wednesday. 

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Like fun? Try Rafter.

Fun haters beware, Rafter wants you to have a good time.  The fun quotient is undeniable when you release an album entitled Sex Death Cassette.  The man behind the music, Rafter Roberts' has turned indie music on its head by instilling a sense of humor into his songs.  Inspired by everything from funk, pop to Caribbean, Rafter's songs are fast and tend to inspire legions of people to dance with reckless abandon.

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