This big, low-slung space is situated under the Echo, but it's a separate venue with a different entrance. The fare is similar to that offered at the Echo: local indie acts, the occasional residency by LA luminaries, and touring artists who draw bigger crowds (Ed Harcourt, Built to Spill). Like the Echo, it can be sweltering when crowded.
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Taking Back Tuesday: Emo Night LA
Cake on the eyeliner at this emo dance party. The late '90s throwback night started at the Short Stop and proved so popular that it's since moved to the Echoplex.Tue February 3rd 2015 - Tue February 3rd 2015 FreeRead more1154 Glendale Blvd Los Angeles Los Angeles
Named after a tropical disease carried by mosquitoes, this excellent L.A.-based band features a bunch of indie vets playing in the style of ’60s Cambodian rock—with songs, oftentimes sung in Khmer, that have been featured in several films. More spooky...Rock, Pop & Hip-hop Thu February 5th 2015 - Thu February 5th 2015 FreeRead more1154 Glendale Blvd Los Angeles Los Angeles
Polaris is rolling into town to rock the Echoplex. The three members—pulled from the New Haven, Connecticut indie-rock band Miracle Legion—only released one album, which was commissioned by Nickelodeon for the TV show The Adventures of Pete & Pete. For...Alternative rock Sat April 25th 2015 - Sat April 25th 2015 FreeRead more1154 Glendale Blvd Los Angeles Los Angeles