Tonight in LA: Bruce Springsteen, Esperanza Spaulding, Junior Boys, Reggie Watts, Filligar, Intronaut, Acid Mother Temple, Pat App

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Esperanza Spaulding

Tuesday’s Los Angeles concerts: 

► Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band bring a generous four hours of rock, soul and sweat to the L.A. Memorial Sports Arena.
► There will be a phenomenal display of basstastic nouveau jazz fusion at the Belasco Theater with Esperanza Spalding.
► It’s a night of Canadian electro-pop with Junior BoysJessy Lanza, and Borys at the Regent, with local hero Cooper Saver on the decks.
► Indie-rock cultural ambassadors Filligar play the Troubadour along with Raleigh janglers Golden Coast and Nicky Blitz.
► Mosh to an evening of beastly proto-metal from Intronaut and Scale the Summit at the Roxy Theatre.
► Trip out to the aural hallucinogenics of Japan’s Acid Mother’s Temple, along with Orphan Goggles and Barrows at the Echo.
► Smooth rhyme is elevated to a higher power by Indiana rapper Pat App at Resident.
► And loopy genius Reggie Watts & Karen bring oodles of fun to El Cid along with the Fontaines.


Fred & Toody and Jesus Sons at the Bootleg Theater
John Isaac Watters, Ulysses S. Grant and Sean Watkins at the Hi Hat
Ruth & the Library, the Sound of Ghosts and NOHC at the Silverlake Lounge
Harbor Party at the Satellite
Funhouse at Los Globos
Post Life, Mommy Long Legs, Boyfriends and French Vanilla at Pehrspace
Leah Capelle, Ali Blake and Jacob Luttrell at the Hotel Café
Caroline Ashkar, Rose and Terence Ryan at the Hotel Café Second Stage
The Neighborhood Bullys, Jon Mullane, Little Monarch and Rhythm & the Method at the Mint
Instinct of Aggression, Darksun and Six Foot South at the Viper Room
Majid Jordan at the Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever Cemetery
Princess Frank, Dinner Whore, Barrio Tiger and Telephone Lovers at the Redwood
Amulets, Head Dress and Electric Sound Bath at the Ham and Eggs Tavern
The Deltaz and the Zmed Brothers at the Cinema Bar
Miguel Atwood-Ferguson at the Del Monte Speakeasy
Kitaka at the Wayfarer
Randy Emata at the Federal Bar