Tonight in L.A.: Lord Huron, John Paul White, the Album Leaf, Teenage Wrist, Ray Little, Flavia, No Age, Slow Caves

Lord Huron at the Wiltern in 2015 (Photo by Kelsey Heng)
Lord Huron at the Wiltern in 2015 (Photo by Kelsey Heng)

Los Angeles concerts for Wednesday:

Lord Huron kicks off five nights at the Teragram Ballroom.
John Paul White (of the Civil Wars) visits the Troubadour as part of his West Coast tour behind his album “Beulah.” The Kernal opens.
the Album Leaf tops the lineup at the L.A. Loves Oakland benefit show at the Hi Hat, from which proceeds will go to the Gray Area relief fund for the victims of the Ghost Ship fire. Froth and Golden Daze join in.
Teenage Wrist rocks Resident on a night that also features Tennis System and Cologne.
Ray Little headlines the Echo, supported by Aja Volkman (ex-Nico Vega) and Groz.
► And Flavia holds forth at the Bootleg Theater, along with Kosha Dillz, Glen Parks and Ehiorobo.


Slow Caves, Former Faces, the Night Thief and Lunar Gateway at the Silverlake Lounge
Sam Morrow at the Love Song
Presence, Culture Vulture and Swimming in Trees at Lot 1
The Smell’s Virtual Reality Tour with VR performances by No Age, Clit Kat, Celebrity Crush and David Scott Stone at 356 Mission Road
JD Eicher & Matt Brown and David Luning at the Hotel Cafe Second Stage
Professor Colombo and Creatures Choir at Harvard & Stone
The Heavy Pets, Flaming Dingos and Brothers Gow at the Mint
Paradise Kitty at the Whisky a Go Go
Broken Hearts at the Viper Room
The Watkins Family Hour, Kevin Drew, Tom Brosseau and Glen Phillips at the Largo at the Coronet
Brownout at the Wayfarer
Brujeria, the Casualties and Piñata Protest at the Observatory
Timothy B. Schmit at the Coach House
Low End Theory at the Airliner
The Great Sadness and Annie Hardy at the Redwood Bar
Just Dave’s Last Chance Country Jam at the Sugar Mill Saloon
Boomtown Crooks and the Sugar at the Down and Out Bar
Brendan Pegg at Genghis Cohen
The Federal Affair at the Federal Bar
Dave Damiani & the Fountaineers at the Catalina Club
Open Mic at Molly Malone’s