Tonight in L.A.: The Sounds, Company of Thieves, Little Scream, Vince Gill, the Stone Foxes

by Kevin Bronson on November 16, 2011

On the town tonight:

â–º Swedish new-new wavers the Sounds headline the Wiltern behind their new album “Something to Die For.” That’s their video for “Dance With the Devil,” above. Funeral Party and the Limousines support.
â–º Chicago quartet Company Of Thieves, their new album “Running From a Gamble” out earlier this year, visit the Bootleg, with Motopony and Kissing Cousins supporting.
â–º And American-born, Montreal-based Laura Sprengelmeyeer — aka Little Scream — brings her lovely indie-pop to the Satellite. Download “Heron and the Fox” — well worth your time.


Vince Gill at the Troubadour
The Stone Foxes and Armada at the Viper Room
Schuyler Fisk, Harper Blynn, Madi Diaz and Kyle Andrews at the Hotel Cafe
Penguin Prison and the One AM Radio at the Central SAPC
The Electra and Basement Babies at the Silverlake Lounge
They Might Be Giants at the House of Blues Anaheim
Tesla at the House of Blues
Eligh & Amp at Low End Theory at th Airliner
Ras Michael and the Sons of Negus at Dub Club at the Echoplex
Dub Trio at the Echo
Key Losers and the Finches at the Smell
Michael Ian Black at Largo
Nate Mott at the Mint
Holly Conlan, Duniven and Harley Cortez at the Standard Hollywood
Boots Electric at Harvard & Stone
Blac Jesus & the Experimentalists at Lot 1 Cafe


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Nick November 16, 2011 at 12:46 pm

Touché and John Gold at El Cid:

kevin November 16, 2011 at 1:04 pm

thanks dude. lot of El Cid shows never get on my radar. not that i would ever go there again because of the ownership and the way they treat people.

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