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New Videos, Shows: Nick Waterhouse, Hanni El Khatib, Cass McCombs

Posted by Billy Gil, May 4, 2012 02:12pm | Post a Comment
Checking in on Friday once again, this week saw new videos from LA/CA acts Nick Waterhouse, Hanni El Khatib and Cass McCombs. Nick Waterhouse’s Time’s All Gone was released this week, it’s a soul-huggin’ good time of a record with pitch-perfect production. Check out the video for the rollicking “Some Place.”
 

Nick Waterhouse - "Some Place" (Official Music Video) from Urban Outfitters on Vimeo.

 
Hanni El Khatib released a video for “Roach Cock,” a B-side to a limited edition 8” he did with a cover of The Cramps’ “Human Fly.” I think this song rocks harder than anything he’s done yet. Check out his album Will the Guns Come Out for more good times rock ’n’ roll.
 

 
Dusky singer-songwriter Cass McCombs released two excellent albums in 2011, Wit’s End and Humor Risk. He follows that prolific output with a song and video inspired by alleged army whistleblower Bradley Manning. Domino has released a 7” of the song. Check out the video below.
 

 
Shows this weekend:
Friday: First Fridays @ The Natural History Museum with AA Bondy and Father John Misty (5 p.m., FREE)
Saturday: Washed Out @ The Fonda Theater (8 p.m., $20)
Sunday: The Weeknd @ The Fonda Theater (8 p.m., $32)

First Fridays at LA's Natural History Museum: 5/4 with AA Bondy and Father John Misty

Posted by Amoebite, April 18, 2012 09:52pm | Post a Comment
It's time again for First Fridays! Once a month, Los Angeles's Natural History Museum stays open late and features live music, excitingFirst Fridays, NHM, Natural History Museum, Los Angeles, LA scientific discussion, and behind-the-scenes curatorial tours as part of the First Fridays program. Amoeba is excited to sponsor this fabulous series of live music, discussion, concessions, tours, DJs, and more.

Join us on May 4 from 5-10pm for live performances from AA Bondy and Father John Misty, KCRW DJs Anthony Valadez and Valida, and a guest lecture with Amy Stewart on “Wicked Bugs–Fearsome and Ferocious Creatures in Your Backyard and Beyond.” 

Find out more HERE!