Tonight in L.A.: Bloody Death Skull, Harts, Dustin Lovelis, AOE, Trickster Guru, the Chamanas, Watch for Horses, CFM, Uncle Lucius, Playboi Carti

Bloody Death Skull
Bloody Death Skull

Los Angeles concerts for Monday:

Bloody Death Skull continue their residency at the Echoplex on a Buzz Bands LA-presented night that features Happy Hollows (new album coming in September), Zero DeZire (Barbara Gruska and Inara George), The Great Sadness and Quazar & The Bamboozled.
Dustin Lovelis, whose sophomore album “Been Hit Before” arrives next month, continues his residency at the Bootleg Theater, joined by Tino Drima and Wilding.
► Australian electro-funk outfit Harts, whose album “Smoke Fire Hope Desire” comes out Friday, highlights the lineup at It’s a School Night at Bardot, where R.LUM.R, Star Parks and Stacey join in.
► Juarez/El Paso quartet the Chamanas do an L.A. release show for their second album “NEA” at the Hi Hat, with Ruzzi and the Marias supporting.
► Christopher Caplan is calling tonight’s show at Harvard & Stone his last as Trickster Guru. He’s joined by the Zachary Kibbee Band and Faunavasion.
► And AOE continue their residency at the Satellite, joined by Common Souls and Jennah Bell.


CFM and the Cairo Gang at Zebulon Café
Uncle Lucius and Space Hurricane at Resident
Watch For Horses, Bless My Stars, Yume and Fellow Bohemian at the Silverlake Lounge
Lasers Lasers Birmingham, Nicholas Mudd and Owl Owl at Ham & Eggs
The Jazzaholics at the Escondite
Jake Walker, the Hawkline Monster, Scott Goldbaum, Patrick Joseph, Sydney Bakst, Kurt Hunter, Nichole Jaffe, Connor Pledger, Chris Loggins, Sarah Hollins and Parker Ainsworth at the Hotel Café Second Stage
Alex Boneham Quartet at the Mint
Arsonists Get All the Girls, I Set My Friends on Fire and Kingdom of Giants at the Whisky a Go Go
The Sunset Jam at the Viper Room
Gregg Wright and JJ Thames at the Sugar Mill Saloon
Jordan Lovelis, Travesura and Ruby Force at the Wayfarer
Playboi Carti at the Observatory
Redneck Rodeo at the HOB Anaheim Restaurant & Bar
The High Curbs and VCR at the Continental Room
Jack Johnson and ALO at the Santa Barbara Bowl