Live: Electric Daisy Carnival 2010 Before and After, Jane’s Addiction, Dead Man’s Bones

Electric Daisy Carnival 2010

We’re getting caught up on two weeks of intense blogging for West Coast Sound, and this batch is all about the live shows, including the highly controversial Electric Daisy Carnival (check out the comments section).

  1. FEATURED: 6 Ways Electric Daisy Can Clean Up its Act*
  2. Before: 10 Electric Daisy DJs You Can’t Afford to Miss
  3. Dead Man’s Bones in Encore ‘Sock Hop’ at Eagle Rock
  4. Free Jane’s Addiction Tickets for  Surprise Roxy Show
  5. Jane’s Addiction To Play ‘Fans-Only’ Show at the Roxy
  6. (all stories via West Coast Sound, via LA Weekly)

* “The festival’s failings are writ large across the headlines, largely thanks to the drug-related death of an underage patron.”

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LA Upcoming: E-40, The Blasting Company

A short list of recommended L.A.-area shows for the coming week (plus videos for instant gratification). Click “details” for descriptions.

  • Region: Sunset Strip
    Music: E-40, Eyedrop, Da Paranormal, Bellz, The Circuit, Precise
    Vitals: The Key Club on Saturday, March 13
    (details at LA Weekly)
  • Region: Silver Lake
    Music: Les Blanks, The Blasting Company,* Francisco the Man
    Vitals: Spaceland on Wednesday, March 17
    (details at LA Weekly)

Read a feature on the Blasting Company, a.k.a. the Petrojvic brothers, here.

LA Upcoming: Do Make Say Think, Wale, Prefuse 73 + Gaslamp Killer + VOICEsVOICEs

A short list of recommended L.A.-area shows for the coming week (plus videos for instant gratification). Click “details” for descriptions.

  • Region: West Hollywood
    Music: Do Make Say Think, Happiness Project, Years
    Vitals: The Troubadour on Monday, February 1
    (details at LA Weekly)
  • Region: Sunset Strip
    Music: Wale, Chiddy Bang, Audible Mainframe…
    Vitals:
    The Roxy on Tuesday, February 2
    (details at LA Weekly)
  • Region: West Hollywood
    Music: Prefuse 73, The Gaslamp Killer, VOICEsVOICEs
    Vitals:
    The Troubadour on Wednesday, February 3
    (details at LA Weekly)