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  1. The Abigails' New Album is Coming-of-Age Satanic Outlaw CountryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 7 | OC Weekly

    In the gritty underbelly of alt-country lurks sometimes-OC locals, The Abigails, a fusion of psych rock and outlaw country lead by front man and eccentric charmer, Warren Thomas. The group's rotating lineup currently includes members from Father John Misty and Douglas and The Furs, and considering Thomas spent time as a member of The Growlers, this is a cast of musicians that know their way around a stage.

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  2. Fortunate Youth Ready To Blaze Up The Santa Ana StageRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 31 | OC Weekly

    The last time Los Angeles' Fortunate Youth took the stage at The Observatory in Santa Ana they were celebrating five years of their existence in proper form. Since then, the smoke trails left behind from their microphone-sized joints have barely faded away as South Bay L.A.'s beloved reggae outfit makes their way back to Orange County nearly five months later.

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  3. Wildcat! Wildcat! Vow to Never Get OldRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 1, 2014 | OC Weekly

    The video for Wildcat! Wildcat!'s "Mr. Quiche" is a must-watch. Tyler Rumph directed it for one of the first Los Angeles indie-pop outfit's tunes, and it features a giant feline-person realizing he is on the last of his nine lives, so he heads out to the LA streets to use up what are presumably his final hours: He break-dances, talks with strangers, buys goldfish.

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  4. On the Line: Alan Jackson of Lemonade, Part TwoRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 9, 2014 | OC Weekly

    From the time Alan Jackson was 18, he knew that cooking and restaurants would be his path. He worked his first restaurant job at Gladstone's when he was 14. Jackson spent all summer cleaning the copper boat that hung out front and washed dishes.

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  5. The Simpkin Project Mix Prove Their Staying Power in the OC Reggae SceneRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 28, 2014 | OC Weekly

    It's easy to be desensitized to SoCal reggae these days. But there's no substitute for staying power when you see a local band such as the Simpkin Project, whose commitment to the genre is more than a decade long and goes much deeper than a love of Sublime and Sour Diesel.

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  6. Metal Invictus Promoter Angie Gabriel Keeps the Metal Scene FreshRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 28, 2014 | OC Weekly

    Lingering cigarette smoke from the upstairs balcony fogs the midsize open floors packed with shaggy, sweat-stained concertgoers at the Airliner bar.

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  7. Northgate Postpones Hatch Chile Roasts Scheduled For Aug. 16Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 15, 2014 | OC Weekly

    Northgate Markets have announced that due to heavy rains in Hatch, New Mexico, they will be cancelling the roasts scheduled for the Buena Park, Santa Ana , and Paramount stores.

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  8. Restaurant Owner Sues Taco Bell over 'Live Mas' Campaign, Claiming Idea was HisRead the original story w/Photo

    May 14, 2014 | OC Weekly

    Kevin McCarney, founder and president of Poquito MA s: The Original Taco Stand in Los Angeles, prides himself on the quality of his food and so he's not happy that, in his view, fast-food giant Taco Bell illegally stole his "mA s" theme for its own advertising campaign.

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  9. Insects vs. Robots Bring a Revivalist Spirit to LA Psych FestRead the original story w/Photo

    May 9, 2014 | OC Weekly

    Venice-based experimental rockers Insects vs. Robots sparked attention six years ago in a church-turned-music venue called The Sanctuary in Santa Monica.

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