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Concert Tickets for Sale at Amoeba Hollywood January 2014

Posted by Amoebite, January 2, 2014 01:04pm | Post a Comment

Concert Tix for sale at AmoebaAmoeba Hollywood regularly sells tickets to local shows, with the added bonus of charging low service fees (if you are into saving money and who isn't really?).

All tickets can be purchased at the registers (while supplies last) for a $2 service fee. We take cash and credit cards for all ticket sales. Store credit and coupons cannot be applied to ticket sales. Limit 4 tickets per person.

Please note that on the day of the show, we will stop selling tickets for that show at 5pm.

If you have a question about whether we've sold out of a specific show, please call the store at 323-245-6400.
 

JUST ADDED SHOWS:

Tycho Fonda Theatre

Tycho
FondaTheatre
May 8

Smiths Morrissey convention

Smiths/Morrissey Convention
The Avalon
March 30

 

Here is a full list of tickets we currently have for sale at Amoeba Hollywood:

Show Name Venue Show Date Ticket Price
(fee not included)
Audion Live w/Droog El Rey 02/22/2014 $20.00
Black Lips El Rey 03/21/2014 $22.00
Cibo Matto El Rey 02/24/2014 $25.00
Sharon Corr El Rey 02/26/2014 $37.00
Cultura Profetica El Rey 03/13/2014 $29.50
Cure Convention The Vex Arts 03/01/2014 $16.00
Dale Earnhart Jr. Jr. El Rey 02/28/2014 $20.00
Dark Star Orchestra El Rey 04/05/2014 $30.00
Robert DeLong El Rey 01/31/2014 $17.00
Delorean
(Show postponed to Feb 7, 2014.
All tix for 11/15 will be honored.)
El Rey 02/07/2014 $20.00
Drive-By-Truckers Fonda Theatre 04/26/2014 $25.00
Galactic El Rey 03/30/2014 $32.00
Gardens & Villa El Rey 03/08/2014 $17.00
G-Eazy Fonda Theatre 02/27/2014 $20.00
Mike Gordon El Rey 03/17/2014 $25.00
Hollywood Ending El Rey 02/20/2014 $17.00
Hopsin El Rey 03/22/2014 $25.00
Jezabels El Rey 03/26/2014 $17.00
John Butler Trio Fonda Theatre 02/21/2014 $35.00
Kaiser Chiefs El Rey 02/25/2014 $30.00
Kodaline El Rey 02/27/2014 $20.00
Lawrence Arms El Rey 02/16/2014 $20.00
London Grammar El Rey 03/25/2014 $22.00
Lord Huron (SOLD OUT) Fonda Theatre 02/28 & 03/01 $22.50
Mad Caddies El Rey 02/04/2014 $17.00
Stephen Malkmus El Rey 03/28/2014 $25.00
Mavericks Fonda Theatre 04/03/2014 $35.00
Gary Numan The Mayan 03/06/2014 $35.00
Real Estate Fonda Theatre 03/11/2014 $25.00
Russian Circles El Rey 03/10/2014 $20.00
Skinny Puppy The Mayan 03/05/2014 $35.00
Slaughterhouse El Rey 04/10/2014 $25.00
Smiths/Morrissey Convention Avalon 03/30/2014 $20.00
St. Lucia El Rey 02/11/2014 $18.50
Step Brothers (Evidence x Alchemist) El Rey 02/05/2014 $20.00
Dave Stewart El Rey 01/30/2014 $25.00
Tosca
(Show postponed from 12/9 to 3/3.
All tix for 12/9 show will be honored.)
El Rey 03/03/2014 $30.00
Tycho Fonda Theatre 05/08/2014 $20.00
Typhoon El Rey 03/26/2014 $20.00
VNV Nation The Mayan 04/03/2014 $25.00
Washed Out (SOLD OUT) El Rey 01/27/2014 $29.00
We Were Promised Jetpacks El Rey 02/21/2014 $20.00

 

Our Top 13 "What's In My Bag?" Episodes Of 2013

Posted by Amoebite, December 27, 2013 10:50am | Post a Comment

Best WIMBs of 2013We are wrapping up our 6th season of What's In My Bag? and we wanted to take a look back at the year that was 2013. It's been a fantastic year for us (we won a Webby Award!!) and this season featured a number of outstanding WIMB firsts.

Lots of love and countless hours of editing goes into making each video happen. They're a bit like our children, so picking our favorites is a daunting task. We tried to make a list of our Top 5 episodes, but that seemed impossible. Then we attempted a Top 10 list, but we couldn't narrow it down. So we settled on our 13 favorite episodes of 2013.

These are the episodes that surprised, excited and engaged us the most. These are the episodes that make us laugh upon repeat viewings. These are the episodes that we send to our friends to make them jealous about the work we do. These are the best “What’s in My Bag?” episodes of 2013. Enjoy!

 

#13. Clairy Browne

The Australian soul singer may not be super well-known in the States yet, but she thoroughly charmed and entertained us. She talks about albums by strong women including PJ Harvey and Queen Latifah, deconstructing Frank Ocean songs, and shares some of her famously misheard lyrics. And then there's her fashion...

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New "What's In My Bag?" Episode With The Heavy

Posted by Amoebite, December 26, 2013 04:33pm | Post a Comment

The Heavy

The Heavy broke out in 2009 with their smash hit, "How You Like Me Now?," from their album The House That Dirt Built (Counter). From movie trailers to video games to sports shows, the song and the band were everywhere! The British quartet flaunts retro-soul with funky horn stabs and '60s garage rock grit. They pack a punch a la The Black Keys and will slap you silly with soul like Sharon Jones. James Brown would be proud.

The Heavy - The Glorious DeadThe Heavy were in town recently promoting their latest full-length release, The Glorious Dead (Counter). Their third album is a step deeper into their gospel and blues influences, with the band utilizing an actual choir to help take us all to church. There's also a subtle nod to the late glorious Amy Winehouse on the song "Be Mine" and rightfully so, as the band worked with The Dap-Kings, who backed Winehouse.

While the band was at Amoeba Hollywood they shot two videos for us! Their rock and soul roots are definitely apparent in their What's In My Bag? episode, with picks by American soul singers Marvin Gaye and Syl Johnson, and British classic rock bands The Smiths and The Rolling Stones. They also filmed a Green Room Session for a handful of extremely lucky fans. Check out both videos below.

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New "What's In My Bag?" Episode With The Neighbourhood

Posted by Amoebite, December 18, 2013 01:53pm | Post a Comment

Neighbourhood

California based alternative rock -pop band The Neighbourhood has hit the mainstream full steam ahead. Complete with a black and white marketing vision, in just two years The Neighbourhood has signed a major label deal, gone gold and headlined a summer tour across the U.S. NeighbourhoodTheir music video for the single "Sweater Weather" has amassed over 14 million views on YouTube. The band is now nominated for MTV Buzzworthy's Breakthrough Band of 2013. Their debut album, I Love You (Colombia), entered the Billboard Music Charts at #39 and their lead single, "Sweater Weather," has already been certified gold by the RIAA for digital sales of over 500,000.

The guys recently visited Amoeba Hollywood for another fun episode of What's In My Bag?. Check out who picks up seasons 1& 2 of Saved By The Bell on DVD and which Neighbourhood member gets introduced to Breaking Bad. They run the gammut of music from classic Phil Collins to Metallica's Whiplash on vinyl to Sade's Soldier of Love.

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New "What's In My Bag?" Episode With Electro Duo Disclosure

Posted by Amoebite, December 12, 2013 03:06pm | Post a Comment
Disclosure

Electronic music duo and recent Grammy nominees Disclosure have been quickly becoming dance music's latest craze. The English born musicians are brothers Guy and Howard Lawerence. Despite being born in the mid-'90s when U.K. garage was peaking, Disclosure pulls from the past to create their own brand of 2-step house. Some critics call them revivalist while others praise their elaborate production chops.settle The dudes are really good.

Disclosure made a lot of noise when they gave Jessie Ware's "Running" a hyper-soul synth pop makeover. The remix resulted in millions of plays on YouTube and Soundcloud. It didn't take long before promoters from London to Ibiza were falling over each other to book the duo.They quickly found fans in some of dance music's tastemakers, including Pete Tong and Annie Mac.

Their debut album, Settle, entered the U.K. charts at #1,  followed by a Grammy nod for Best Dance/Electronica Album. The duo will now ring in 2014 with a world tour. Pretty impressive for a couple of kids born in the mid '90s. 

Disclosure recently visited Amoeba Hollywood for another awesome episode of What's In My Bag?. These dudes are very much the "producer's producer" as it goes. Big fans of Hip Hop, Guy and Howard pick up J.Dilla's Welcome 2 Detroit, a classic in the underground Hip Hop scene. They also grab Gangstarr's Ownerz and A Tribe Called Quest's Anthology on vinyl. They make sure to dig up some house music and find a copy of Pepe Bradock's Lifting Weights 12". Clearly these guys love all things with big deep bass! These two brothers are super cool, down to earth and insanely talented. Check out the full episode of "What's In My Bag?" below.

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