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Want to see Happy Hollows live?

For those that may have missed The Drums, Happy Hollows, Random Patterns and Evan Way at Spaceland early this week (11/16), we have a surprise for you...

Happy Hollows will be doing two FREE shows at Spaceland with big names and bigger surprises!

Monday, November 23 - Happy Hollows, Dios, Real Estate and One Trick Pony
Monday, November 30 - Happy Hollows, The Pity Party, Twilight Sleep and Traps ps.

Be there!

- Nicholas Palumbo

 
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Free Eels Download

The best things in life are free. The EELS understand this.

Two months before the band releases it's EIGHTH studio album End Times, the group is allowing fans to download "Little Bird". This is the first single off the upcoming album due in stores January 19, 2010.

The single can be downloaded HERE.

- Nicholas Palumbo

 
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Hotel Cafe hosts Sara Lov, post-Sea Wolf tour

Sara Lov | "New York"

Singer/songwriter Sara Lov has been resting from finishing nearly two months of touring with Sea Wolf, but in a couple weeks she'll be back at the Hotel Cafe playing her brand of sweet pop-folk to a hometown crowd.

Sara Lov | Hotel Cafe | Dec. 12 | 8PM | 21+

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Shiloe part of mish-mash Troubadour bill

On December 12th, let your inner schizo have a field day. Up on the shoegazing spectrum are Shiloe (former recipients of The Deli LA's Band of the Month poll), playing a throwback to '80s post-punk. Later, break out the Aqua Net and glitter, then kick on the craziest boots you can possibly find to ready yourself in all the glam-rock aesthetics of theSTART (think west coast Goldfrapp). Once the confusion has overwhelmed itself, prepare for new-psychers Mellowdrone. Honestly, we don't know who the hell put this bill together, but we like it. Add a Peruvian throat-singing act and you've got yourself a KCRW playlist.

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Live: The Dares @ Troubadour

“Hello my name is Martin,” said bassist of 3-piece band The Dares as he mingled with the girls in the front row of their set Sunday night at the Troubadour. If they're new to you, the Whittier-based trio landed a major label contract with Jive records before they even finished high school and scored a gig at the Winter Olympics Torch Event in 2002. 

They even hold a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records for the first concert to take place simultaneously in two places at the same time. After Sunday night's Troub performance, it’s easy to see why they're still around: Their traditional pop-punk is actually refreshing from the genre's takeover of whiny vocals from the past decade. The Dares are energy, but more so on the live side than in their canned recordings. -Kimberly Brown

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