Los Angeles music recap

Los Angeles had a jam packed April with huge festivals and general parties as well as smaller artists. Both weekends of Coachella occurred followed by Stagecoach. With such a large variety of shows to see, we hooked you up.

  • Coachella happened. We told you which small artists to see. We also told you what you could do if you didn’t make it out of the city for the weekend.
  • A lot of artists headlined some killer shows:
    • Kilter, one of our favorite up and coming Australian producers, headlined his first L.A. shows.
    • DJ Sharam and Oliver Dollar announced their upcoming Cinco de Mayo show at Avalon Hollywood.
    • Gryffin brought his good vibes to Santa Ana’s The Observatory before playing at Coachella.
    • Dirtybird artists Sacha Robotti and Sacha Hood stopped by on their North American tour.
    • Life in Color had “the World’s Largest Paint Party” with headliners A-trak, Cash Cash, and Rusko.
  • We made a list on all the venues you can go to that have the best food and drink in-house, so you never have to miss a show for drunk eats.
  • The hyperloop might make seeing shows on different coasts a thing of the not-so-distant future.

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