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April 2015

02 April

Guster - The Wiltern (LA,CA)

In Magnet's Feb cover story, they rave that Guster's 'Evermotion' (out now, Nettwerk/Ocho Mule) is a "masterpiece that should be ranked among 2015's finest LPs." The new songs are the quartet's most dynamic and instrumentally adventurous yet, produced by The Shins/Black Keys' Richard Swift. The Wall Street Journal praised their "successfully updated sound" while USA Today hailed their "winsome" sonic evolution.

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16 April

23 April

Nora Jane Struthers - Hotel Cafe (LA)

Billboard applauds Nora Jane Struthers' "musical odyssey" from Brooklyn English teacher to Nashville bandleader, from whimsical folk narratives to deeply personal, hard-charging songs on new album 'Wake' (out 2/24, Blue Pig Music). On the album, rich with robust electric riffs, pedal steel and violin, NPR Music's Ann Powers calls Struthers "guided by fire," Rolling Stone Country hails her "lyrical vulnerability matched by her growing confidence," and Amy Poehler's Smart Girls at the Party raves she is "entirely and unequivocally herself.”

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26 April

Lindi Ortega - The Roxy (LA)

A red-boot-wearin’, porcelain gypsy with nails dipped in poison and a voice coated in honey, the Nashville resident (by way of Canada) rips out her voodoo-needled heart and throws it onto the stage for all to see.

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30 April

Sleater Kinney - Hollywood Palladium (LA)

Hailed by Rolling Stone as "America's fiercest punk band," shocked and awed fans with the surprise announcement of their first album in 10 years, 'No Cities To Love' (out now, Sub Pop), called "catchy as all-clashing hell" by Pitchfork, "the first great album of 2015" by the New York Times, and "a crowning jewel in their legacy" by GRAMMY-winner St. Vincent writing in Rolling Stone.

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