Tonight in LA: Crystal Castles, The Orwells, The Names, Andrea Gibson, Pure Bathing Culture, Bronze Radio Return, Pouya

Pure Bathing Culture

Sunday’s Los Angeles concerts:

► Day 5 of “Burger x Observatory 5-Year Anniversary” finishes off with Canada’s Crystal Castles, the Orwells, Beach Fossils, Too Short and Chicano Batman, at the Observatory.
► Belgian post-punk legends The Names bring a bit of the old Factory Records vibe to the Echo (late show).
► LBGTQ heroine Andrea Gibson holds court at the Fonda Theatre with Irish folkie SOAK in support.
► Portland’s Pure Bathing Culture and Pillar Point play an early set the Echo.
► Connecticut’s Bronze Radio Return brings their roots rock to the Troubadour with Brooklyn boys Howard opening.
► Miami hip-hop phenom Pouya headlines an evening of hustle and flow with the Buffet Boys, Suicide Boys, Don Krez, Germ, Mikey the Magician and Thoz Meddlin at the Regent Theater.


Kahdja Bonet, Softcore, Sly Ida and John Moses at Resident
Open Mic at the Silverlake Lounge
Jon Daly, Beth Stelling, Cole Kush, Nick Flanagan, Natalie Palamides and Jimmy Whispers at the Satellite
Pouya, the Buffet Boys, Suicide Boys, Don Krez, Germ, Mikey the Magician and Thoz Meddlin at the Regent Theater
El-Haru Kuroi and Sin Color at Los Globos
Melissa Sullivan and Spotlight, Floodlight at El Cid
New Technology, Paranoyds and Ice Cream at the Hi Hat
Johnny Travis Jr. & the Delta Dawns at Harvard & Stone
Lucy Wood, Zarina Nares, the Valantry, Geena Fontanella and Chris Roberts Band at the Mint
Thoryn and Leanna Rachel at the Viper Room
Gustafer Yellowgold at McCabe’s Guitar Shop (Matinee Kids’ Show)
Syd Straw at McCabe’s Guitar Shop
King Cotton, Radio Tequila and ​Atomic Kangaroo at Cafe NELA
Albert at Fais Do Do
Slippers, Assquatch, the Midnight Screening and the Manx at Alex’s Bar
Loreena McKennitt at Segerstrom Hall
Los Rios Rock School at the Coach House
Dylan Leblanc and Oscar at the Federal Bar (brunch show)
MC Pancho at the Underground Santa Ana
Gene Loves Jezebel at the Gaslamp
Peter Frampton at the Fox Performing Arts Center
Chloe Agnew at Molly Malone’s