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Tickets for Sale at Amoeba Hollywood in August

Posted by Amoebite, August 5, 2013 01:18pm | Post a Comment

Tickets at AmoebaAmoeba Hollywood regularly sells tickets to local shows, with the added bonus of charging low service fees (if you're 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:

Beach Ball Festival

The Beach Ball Festival
Santa Monica Pier
September 21 & 22
 

Primal Scream Fonda

Primal Scream
Fonda Theatre
October 13

 

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)
The 1975 Fonda Theatre 11/01/2013 $20.00
Active Child El Rey 11/23/2013 $19.00
Alunageorge El Rey 09/12/2013 $20.00
Anthema & Alcest El Rey 10/03/2013 $22.00
The Beach Ball Festival Santa Monica Pier 09/21 & 09/22 $20 per day or
$36 for weekend pass
Beats Antique Fonda Theatre 11/15/2013 $25.00
Blonde Redhead El Rey 09/03/2013 $25.00
Boy Fonda Theatre 10/26/2013 $20.00
Charli XCX El Rey 09/05/2013 $22.00
Cocorosie Fonda Theatre 10/29/2013 $25.00
Couer de Pirate El Rey 09/14/2013 $20.00
Crystal Fighters Fonda Theatre 10/24/2013 $20.50
Desaparecidos Fonda Theatre 11/14/2013 $30.00
The Dismemberment Plan Fonda Theatre 12/12/2013 $27.50
Dodos El Rey 10/15/2013 $18.00
Mike Doughty Fonda Theatre 11/08/2013 $25.00
Hanni El Khatib El Rey 10/25/2013 $20.00
EOTO Fonda Theatre 11/22/2013 $25.00
Sky Ferreira El Rey 09/29/2013 $20.00
Finch Fonda Theatre 12/14/2013 $27.50
Michael Franti Fonda Theatre 10/12/2013 $35.00
Godflesh Fonda Theatre 10/27/2013 $30.00
Godspeed You! Black Emperor  (SOLD OUT) Fonda Theatre 09/12/2013 $25.00
Gogol Bordello Fonda Theatre 10/7, 10/8 & 10/9 $29.50
Gold Panda Fonda Theatre 09/20/2013 $20.00
Gov't Mule Fonda Theatre 10/30/2013 $30.00
Griz Fonda Theatre 10/11/2013 $20.00
Herbert Groenemeyer Fonda Theatre 09/28/2013 $42.50
HAIM (SOLD OUT) Fonda Theatre 10/16/2013 $22.50
He's My Brother, She's My Sister El Rey 10/26/2013 $18.00
Peter Hook Fonda Theatre 09/21/2013 $24.00
Katatonia + Cult of Luna El Rey 10/06/2013 $25.00
Less Than Jake Fonda Theatre 11/30/2013 $25.00
The Maine & Anberlin Mayan Theatre 10/08/2013 $25.00
Man Man Fonda Theatre 09/29/2013 $17.50
Johnny Marr Fonda Theatre 11/02/2013 $27.50
Minus the Bear Fonda Theatre 09/10/2013 $25.00
Morbid Angel Fonda Theatre 11/29/2013 $22.50
Morgan & Liz El Rey 09/08/2013 $14.00
Laura Mvula El Rey 09/17/2013 $20.00
Kate Nash Fonda Theatre 11/23/2013 $22.50
Tom O'Dell El Rey 10/09/2013 $20.00
The Orb Fonda Theatre 09/19/2013 $25.00
Over the Rhine El Rey 11/21/2013 $27.00
Palma Violets El Rey 10/19/2013 $20.00
Phosphorescent El Rey 10/01/2013 $20.00
Polica Fonda Theatre 11/20/2013 $22.50
Gregory Porter El Rey 09/25/2013 $30.00
Lisa Marie Presley El Rey 09/01/2013 $25.00
Primal Scream Fonda Theatre 10/13/2013 $32.00
Ra Ra Riot Fonda Theatre 09/14/2013 $22.50
Marky Ramone Fonda Theatre 10/15/2013 $25.00
Savages Fonda Theatre 09/30/2013 $22.50
Savant El Rey 09/27/2013 $17.00
Save Ferris El Rey 11/01/2013 $25.00
Katey Segal El Rey 09/15/2013 $25.00
Slackers El Rey 09/20/2013 $20.00
Somo El Rey 11/07/2013 $19.00
Sparks Fonda Theatre 11/11/2013 $35.00
Stars El Rey 09/19/2013 $25.00
Stereophonics Fonda Theatre 10/10/2013 $30.00
Superchunk El Rey 09/04/2013 $24.00
Surfer Blood El Rey 10/21/2013 $20.00
Switchfoot Fonda Theatre 11/06/2013 $29.50
Tricky El Rey 10/23/2013 $25.00
Frank Turner Fonda Theatre 10/14/2013 $22.50
Vaccines Mayan Theater 09/22/2013 $27.00
Vintage Trouble El Rey 09/07/2013 $18.00
You Me at Six El Rey 10/04/2013 $17.00
Warpaint El Rey 10/12/2013 $25.00
Waterboys El Rey 10/07/2013 $27.00
Wax Tailor El Rey 09/21/2013 $20.00
White Buffalo El Rey 09/28/2013 $19.00
White Lies El Rey 10/10/2013 $25.00
Keller Williams El Rey 11/08/2013 $20.00
Woodkid Fonda Theatre 10/25/2013 $23.00

 

New "What's In My Bag?" Episode with Two DJ Legends, Jazzy Jeff & Z-Trip

Posted by Amoebite, July 31, 2013 04:37pm | Post a Comment

Jazzy Jeff and Z-Trip at Amoeba

Only at Amoeba Hollywood would you find two iconic turntablists digging for records. From producing platinum and gold selling albums to acting alongside music cohort Will Smith in Fresh Prince of Bel-Air to touring the world making people dance, DJ Jazzy Jeff has done it all! 

Z-Trip is easily the Jimi Hendrix of turntbles. Widely known as the "godfather of mashups," he practically invented the genre and brought it to the world. Z-Trip has remixed some of music's biggest stars including Michael Jackson, Nirvana, Bob Marley, Daft Punk and the Beastie Boys, just to name a few. Not only has Z-Trip designed his own signature Rane mixer (Rane Sixty Two), but he was also voted "America's Best DJ" in 2009.  

What's In My Bag? caught up with Z-Trip and DJ Jazzy Jeff when they were in Los Angeles for the Red Bull Thre3Style national competition and dance party. The two, along with DJ A-Trak are judges for the competition. They took time to dig for records and tell us all about their findings. From Soul 45 box sets, to early '80s rap twelve singles, Z-Trip and Jeff find some really cool stuff. Take note of the disco break Z-Trip points out on 'the 70s blue eyed soul record.

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Show Recap: Raw Geronimo at Amoeba Hollywood

Posted by Billy Gil, July 26, 2013 05:40pm | Post a Comment

raw geronimo amoeba hollywoodL.A.'s Raw Geronimo began their July 25 set at Amoeba Hollywood with a stampede of drums as frontwoman Laena Geronimo cooed breathily over spacey guitar. That quickly ended as the bad went full bore into a heavy post-punk jam. Geronimo whipped her hair and flailed around between belting, eventually landing on the floor during the song's dreamy outro.

raw geronimo dream feverThe three-girl, three-guy band's next song roared right out of the gate, its two drummer set-up eliciting tribal moves and its other members offering B-52's style backups. For their next number, the guitarist played a looping Arabic riff while Geronimo intoned overhead, calling to mind Siouxsie and the Banshees circa "Arabian Nights."

Their next song had a dark surf jangle, highlighting a full-band assault of over Geronimo's theatrical presence, though her huge vocal swoops came in at exactly the right times, just as the band was letting loose. At no point did any of the six members seem to sit very still, but the band still made it seem effortless, clearly showing mastery as a live band — they casually changed out a keyboard when it malfunctioned, saying they had a backup. Geronimo's voice backed up for a moodier song, which was punctuated by Asiatic melodies. They turned it back up for a loud and jangly one and let out into a wild groove on the following song, probably the most intoxicating one on a purely musical basis. On their last song, single "Magnetic Love," they slowed down for a '50s style ballad made more powerful through huge drums and volcanic guitar work. It proved the band capable of whisking together various genres and eras of inspiration yet still coming out sounding like its own band.

See more photos from the show here. Pick up Dream Fever on LP now!

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New "What's In My Bag?" with Death Waltz Recording Company Founder Spencer Hickman

Posted by Amoebite, July 24, 2013 11:27am | Post a Comment

Spencer Hickman is the founder of Death Waltz Recording Company, a soundtrack label specializing in horror and cult films. A longtime record store veteran, Hickman is a former manager of Rough Trade Records in East London and is the Record Store Day UK coordinator. Spencer Hickman Hickman is also passionate about film and art, which is especially evident in the exclusive artwork and insert prints the label commissions for each release. The first two Death Waltz releases were classic cinema scores, John Carpenter’s Escape From New York and Fabio Frizzi’s Zombie Flesh Eaters. Originally intending to release soundtrack reissues, Death Waltz has moved into current films including Donnie Darko and Let the Right One In.

Spencer recently visited Amoeba Hollywood to feed his love for obscure horror film soundtracks and managed to dig up some cool vinyl favorites. Hickman's love for horror sounds goes back to his childhood. He was reminded of haunting neighborhood kids when he dug up vinyl copies of Chilling, Thrilling Sounds Of The Haunted House and Stereo Dynamics! To Scare Hell Out Of Your Neighbors. He reveals an old obsession with Skinny Puppy and admits to having the band tattooed on his leg! Check out what other cool horror films and vinyl Spencer picked up on his visit.

Spencer Hickman - What's In My Bag?
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Show Recap: Pretty Lights at Amoeba Hollywood

Posted by Billy Gil, July 19, 2013 11:45am | Post a Comment
Pretty Lights Amoeba Hollywood

The kids came out in full force to see Pretty Lights at Amoeba Hollywood July 18. A decidedly young crowd enthusiastic about the rising EDM star lined every row of the store. It was tough to even get around the kids dancing in every empty space available to them.

Pretty Lights aka Derek Vincent Smith started out by playing “Yellow Bird,” the prettiest and mellowest of songs from his latest album, A Color Map of the Sun. From there, the energy to his nearly hourlong show seemed to grow exponentially.

pretty lights a color map of the sunThough his music squelches and booms like Skrillex, the methods he employs to get there are anything but simple. He composed each part to the new record and had them recorded before sampling and manipulating those sounds. Live, he played with a laptop and series of samplers, not going too crazy on them like Flying Lotus but instead focusing on getting the audience pumped, dancing and encouraging fans to raise their hands, employing judicious breaks to call out to the audience and get them riled up.

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