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Incoming: South on Sunset, X, BTS, JPEGMAFIA, Lindsey Buckingham, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Three 6 Mafia, Reverend Horton Heat, Matisyahu, Dustbowl Revival, She & Him, LANCO, CloZee, José James, Berlin, Los Lobos, A Flock of Seagulls, Damien Jurado and Will Sheff (Okkervil River), Lauren Jauregui, Laura Marling, Whitmer Thomas, Kid Congo & The Pink Monkey Birds, the Tracks, Me First and the Gimme Gimmes, Father of the Bride Band, Prettiest Eyes, Trixie Mattel, Mayer Hawthorne, Baby Keem, Lady Blackbird, Andrew McMahon, Gabriels, Intervals, Jared Mattson (Mattson 2), John Carroll Kirby, Jack Symes, Ada Lea, Big Sandy & His Fly-Rite Boys, Metalachi, Necromantix, Film School, DRAAG, Mo Dotti,  Sloppy Jane, Your Angel, Skullcrusher, Rett Madison, Clinton Kane, Andy Clockwise, Gold Star, Grady Strange, Grace McKagan, Billy Z Duke, Jagged Baptist Club

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redefining feminism punk doc

The Linda Lindas, Hole’s Patty Schemel, Backstage Pass and more appear in the latest episode of Dr Martens documentary film series. Titled “Redefining Feminism in Punk: Los Angeles,” the episode highlights the important role of women in the history of punk. The footwear brand announced their 2021 “Dr Martens Presents: Music & Film Series” lineup […]

The post “Redefining Feminism in Punk: Los Angeles” celebrates women in music appeared first on Alternative Press.

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X performed a career-spanning set — including their debut album “Los Angeles,” belatedly celebrating its 40-year anniversary — on Saturday at the Greek Theatre.

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Incoming: Reggae Fiesta, Latinx Festival, Long Beach’s First Annual Oktoberfest, AUDACY’S 8th Annual We Can Survive, Chain Fest, A Concert Tribute to Linda Ronstadt, Dark Karnival, Willie Nelson & Family, Lucinda Williams, Jason Bonham, X, Wilco, the Eagles, Erykah Badu, Duran Duran, Coldplay, Phish, Incubus, Candlebox, John Legend, Alejandro Fernández, Björk, Snoop Dogg, Jack White, Common, Questlove, System of a Down, Dead and Company, Bon Iver, Jamie Foxx, Brandi Carlile, Deerhoof, Phoebe Bridgers, Japanese Breakfast, J. Cole, Fantastic Negrito, Sleigh Bells, Kills Birds, Ramonda Hammer, Tinashe, Oingo Boingo Former Members, Rick Springfield, Debbie Gibson, Toad the Wet Sprocket, Martha Davis & the Motels, Ben Williams Band, Grant Lee Phillips, Hail the Sun, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Post Animal, Hot Flash Heat Wave, Together Pangea, Alexander 23, Rodrigo Amarante, Vinyl Williams, CAPYAC, Patrolled By Radar, Peanut Butter Wolf, J Rocc, Near Beer, Creature of Doom, Tolliver, Goon, the Entrance Band, Lael Neale, Starcrawler, Marc Maron, Reggie Watts, Margaret Cho, Fred Armisen, Hovvdy, John Coltrane, Nation of Language, Alec Benjamin, Niia, Emotional Oranges, Junaco, Ruby Haunt, Charlie Hickey, MUNA, Polartropica, Poppy, Golf Alpha Bravo, Jamael Dean and the Afronauts, Simone Istwa, the Gooms, the Mismiths

The post This Week’s Shows and Streams: Oct. 18-24 appeared first on buzzbands.la.

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“You’re only as good as your drummer,” Clash singer/rhythm guitarist Joe Strummer lamented in their documentary Westway To The World, as he recounted Nicky “Topper” Headon’s firing ahead of 1982 breakthrough LP Combat Rock’s tour. “Drumming…like nailing a nail into the floor,” he continued. “It’s so precise—the beat has to be there!” Mind you, the […]

The post The 10 best punk drummers of the 1970s displayed great skill and power appeared first on Alternative Press.

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Jill Jarrett

We’ve Got A File On You features interviews in which artists share the stories behind the extracurricular activities that dot their careers: acting gigs, guest appearances, random internet ephemera, etc.

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X grew from the fertile soil that was Los Angeles’ late ‘70s punk scene. Singer/bassist John Doe answered an ad that rockabilly guitar virtuoso Billy Zoom placed in local classified ads paper The Recycler. It sought musicians for a band along the lines of the Ramones. “Two bass players answered that ad,” Zoom told Razorcake […]

The post X’s John Doe talks recent ‘ALPHABETLAND’ LP, how to stay fresh and more appeared first on Alternative Press.

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Welcome back for another AltPress Weekly. Every week, we highlight the things we want you to check out. We always keep you up to date about what’s happening at Alternative Press. We’ll also bring you our latest music finds, from longtime favorites to brand-new releases. We’ve got another week of new music discoveries and other exciting […]

The post AltPress Weekly: Mark Hoppus, Tom DeLonge, Poppy, UPSAHL and more appeared first on Alternative Press.

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Dave Grohl has once again proven that he’s one of the coolest guys in music. During a performance at this year’s Lollapalooza festival, the artist invited his daughter Violet onstage for a cover of X’s classic punk song “Nausea.” The family friendly set also included a rendition of “Happy Birthday” dedicated to his other daughter […]

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Incoming: Lollapalooza, HARD Fest, Day Trip, Grace Slick, Philip Glass, Lucinda Williams, David Crosby, X, Joan Armatrading, Lydia Lunch, Sleater-Kinney, Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis, Dengue Fever, Las Cafeteras, Carla Morrison, Robert DeLong, Death Valley Girls, The Marías, King Woman, Quitapenas, Ariel Beesley, Nancy Sanchez, United Ghosts, Feels, Spare Parts for Broken Hearts, Veronica Bianqui, TAIKOPROJECT, Tangerine, Altin Gun, Earth Is a Death Star, Anna B Savage, Hey King!, Mapache, Mike Smith’s Spaceforce, Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit, Velvet Starlings, Austin McCutchen

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