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Moonlighting Monday Nights — February

2016 is a leap year, and you know what that means: February gets five Mondays! Moonlight an extra night at these FREE Los Angeles residencies. Lena Fayre graces the Bootleg after a sold out show at Chicago's Art Institute — and possibly with new songs from an upcoming release? The bar stage gets a fifth Monday sendoff from Marjorie Fair. From Aliso Viejo to Los Angeles, trio Adult Books begin their monthlong stay at The Echo, switching it up on the third Monday with a performance at the spaced out Echoplex — read their latest interview with Lo-Pie. Pom Poms and The Controversy share four nights at The Satellite. Finally, Bright Missiles tear it up on Tuesdays at Silverlake Lounge, after Silver Snakes' last free Monday with AEGES, Minnow, and The Royal. - Ryan Mo

Lena Fayre at The Bootleg (21+):

Feb. 1 — with Vox, AKW
Feb. 8 — with TRACE, Lush Guts
Feb. 15 — with YASSOU, Me Yow
Feb. 22 — with Phebe Starr

Adult Books at The Echo (21+):

Feb. 1 — with The Molochs, Drinking Flowers, Terminal A
Feb. 8 — with Colleen Green, Psychomagic, Mother Merry Go Round
Feb. 15 — with Numb.er, Tracy Bryant, Wyatt Blair
Feb. 22 — with Part Time, Billy Changer, Noah Kwid (at The Echoplex)

Pom Poms and The Controversy at The Satellite (21+):

Feb. 1 — with Mothertapes, Chasing Kings
Feb. 8 — with Artists TBA
Feb. 15 — with Artists TBA
Feb. 22 — with Artists TBA
Feb. 29 — with Artists TBA

Bright Missiles at Silverlake Lounge (21+):

Feb. 8 — with Steps of Doe, Fan Fiction, Judy Gloom
Feb. 15 — with The Modern Age, Yo, The Noogles
Feb. 22 — with Pizza Friday, Deep Breaths, V.V. Friendly
Feb. 29 — with Jubilo Drive, Bedbugs, Ghosts In Pocket

The Deli LA's Moonlighting Mondays — January

Cure your case of the Mondays by moonlighting at these venues with up-and-coming artists. Indietronic duo Magic Bronson kicks off their January residency at The Satellite, while Omar Velasco rekindles the Laurel Canyon flame at the Bootleg. Silverlake Lounge hosts Silver Snakes for two weeks, before the band's release of upcoming album Saboteur, and The Echo opens its stage for Florida's ethereal rock transplants SWIMM. Check below for residency line-ups. - Ryan Mo

Magic Bronson at The Satellite:

Jan. 4 — with Holy Cow, Booty, Rywolf, Dadon
Jan. 11 — with Kid Cadaver, Coyote, Psychic Love
Jan. 18 — with Nicky Blitz, Grit, Dadon, Ramonda Hammer
Jan. 25 — with Kingdoms, Slugs, Trickster Guru, Dadon

Omar Velasco at Bootleg Theater:

Jan. 4 — with PEARL CHARLES, Moke Hill
Jan. 11 — with Jenny O, Max Kasch 
Jan. 18 — with Leslie Stevens, Alex Siegal
Jan. 25 — with Odessa, Janitor

Silver Snakes at Silverlake Lounge:

Jan. 11 — with Flames of Durga, Vow, Sketch Orchestra
Jan. 18 — with The Ambient Light, VIS, Why We Use Knives

SWIMM at The Echo:

Jan. 4 — with Sam Setzer, Part Friend, and Green Gerry, DJ set by Kevin Bronson (Buzzbands)
Jan. 11 — with Golden Suns, Beach Party, and Gentle Pony
Jan. 18 — with Annuals, Andy Clockwise, Wolf Prize, DJ set by Kat Corbett (KROQ)
Jan. 25 — with Good Graeff, Told, New Electric Sound

Silver Snakes announce debut album Year of the Snake

Post-hardcore quartet Silver Snakes are one of the most exciting recent signees to Bridge 9 Records, a band that combines a driving guitar sound with pummeling aggression and heartfelt yet fraught vocal dynamics. Though their beginnings had more of a metalcore slant, the songs featured in their just announced debut full-length, Year of the Snake (out of March 4th), promise to feature a darker, grittier approach. There still hasn't been an official single released yet, but judging by a demo they shared on their soundcloud page just a week ago, Secare, it seems as if they'll be embracing a furious, gruff tone with a slight modern rock tinge that finds a middle point between Unwound and A Perfect Circle. As they prepare for the release of the album, they're heading out on tour for the next few months, including a stop at The Lyric Theater on January 25th. - Juan Rodríguez


Form and Fate Play First Show In Two Years @ DNA Lounge 3/6

San Francisco based instrumental post rock band Form and Fate have emerged from a long live performance hybernation to play the DNA Lounge on March 6th. After a two year hiatus, Form and Fate will be sharing a bill with Boston based art rock, nugaze metal band, Junius, Death Valley High and Silver Snakes. Do your best not to miss this show. For ticket information, click here:



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