LA Event: Geronimo/Kidviskous Sample Sale
Friday, July 10, 2009, 09:15 k
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Tomorrow, if you’re in the Los Angeles area you should make your way down to the Geronimo and Kidviskous sample sale taking place at Pehrspace in Echo Park. The event will be taking place from 12pm-5pm, and it will be your opportunity to score some great stuff at sample sale prices. This will also be a preview for the Geronimo Fall Collection. There will be complimentary drinks and a Dj set from Aaron Castle.


Geronimo/Kidviskous Sample Sale
Pehrspace Gallery
325 Glendale Blvd.
Los Angeles, Ca



Opening Ceremony Launches Alexander Wang Shop in Shop
Monday, April 20, 2009, 09:17 k
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Opening Ceremony has just launched the newest member of their shop in shop mall concept with Alexander Wang at there Los Angeles location.

This is the first concept shop for the brand and will feature the newly launched T-shirt collection, leather accessories and the runway collection. Some items will be one of a kind and limited.

Opening Ceremony LA
451 N. La Cienega Boulevard,
Los Angeles, CA 90048
Mon-Sat 11am-7pm Sun 12-7pm


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LA Event: Threadtrend & Le Bohemian Chic


Threadtrend has partnered up with Le Bohemian Chic, an Echo Park boutique, for LA Fashion Week. The store will be carrying some of Threadtrend’s favorite designers, such as Geronimo Collection, Kidviskous
and Love Birds.

We are throwing a party there this Friday, March 13th at 7:30 pm to showcase the lines. There will be an open bar provided by Real De Mexico Tequila, so stop buy, shop, drink and enjoy some music to start your night.

Event Details:
March 13th @ 7:30pm-11pm
Le Bohemian Chic
1527 West Sunset Blvd.
Los Angeles, Ca 90026
Corner of Leveta & Sunset Blvd.


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Obsession of the Week: Dawes

The obsession for the week is Dawes,  a Los Angeles-based 4 piece, who recently released there self-titled debut album on the label Record Collection. I’ve been a huge fan of this band for sometime, and word has definitely been spreading about their live shows, which have become packed with their growing following.

Download my favorite song by them below, and you can purchase the album on iTunes. They are heading to
SXSW next week, and then they will tour the US, opening for Jenny Lewis.

Check out the dates after the cut.

Dawes- When My Time Comes


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Obsession of the Week: Princeton
Tuesday, December 23, 2008, 10:55 k
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The obsession of the week is Los Angeles-based trio Princeton. They released their newest recording The Bloomsbury EP over the summer. Consisting of songs focused on key members of the influential Bloomsbury collective that existed in the early 20th century, it’s been on heavy rotation since I got it.  The album features songs that stick in your head for some time after hearing, and who doesn’t want to hear a song about Virginia Woolf?

Catch them at Spaceland on Dec 27th with Bodies of Water. Here’s a song to sample from them:

Leonard Woolf


LA Event: Jenny Lewis Kicks off Acid Tongue Tour at Spaceland
Friday, September 12, 2008, 03:38 k
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Jenny Lewis started her tour last night in Los Angeles with a very intimate performance at Spaceland. As you can imagine, the show sold out relatively quickly in advance, but a large number of people showed up at the door clamoring to get in, as the line continued to grow around the block.

The set list showcased many new songs from her new album Acid Tongue, which is out on 9/23. We here at Threadtrend have had it on constant rotation for the last few weeks. The new album is definetly more adventurous as the songs are all over the map, including an epic 8-minute song called the “Last Messiah.”

The new songs went over very well with the crowd, and they were also treated to choice cuts off of Rabbit Fur Coat along with a cover of “Love Hurts.” Los Angeles fans will also be treated to another very intimate performance as Jenny Lewis & company take the stage at The Echo for another SOLD OUT show.

Dont fret if you didn’t get tickets to these two very special shows as there is another Los Angeles stop scheduled at the Orphuem Theatre on Oct 30th.


Photos by Eirene Fulgencio

Read other Jenny Lewis posts:

Rilo Kiley Says “Nice Knowing You” at the Greek Theater
Jenny Lewis Goes Sailor at Coachella
Paper’s Top 25 Most Stylish Songbirds
Sneak Peek: Jenny Lewis’ Acid Tongue
Rodarte the Movie: Vox Humana starring Jenny Lewis

Built to Spill Plays the Troubador. I Want More Album Shows.
Thursday, September 11, 2008, 10:40 k
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Built to Spill, darlings of the 90s Indie Rock scene, played a sold out show at the Troubador in LA last night. It’s always good to see an old favorite, but the exciting part was that they played their iconic album “Perfect from Now On” in its entirety. Plus a few other fan favorites. As expected, the show was full of energy, and the audience was completely in love from start to finish. Lots of singing along.

Here’s a song from the album: “Made up Dreams”

They’ll be repeating the performance next friday at day one of All Tomorrow’s Parties in New York. Tortoise will be performing “Millions Now Living Will Never Die” along with Thurson Moore, who’s doing “Psychic Hearts.”

I love this phenomenon of playing a full album, and I’m glad acts are now touring the concept. It’s such a rebellion against the iTunes culture we’re living in, where the single is king. Of course, it’s also totally nostalgic, too, and I’ve got no problem with that. Plus, it takes the guess work out of seeing a band you used to really like–if you know they’re going to play an album you love from start to finish, you don’t have to worry about hearing any dreaded new stuff. A good example of this is Liz Phair doing Exile in Guyville. That album is pretty much my all-time favorite, but I don’t want to see her play most of the junk she did after that.

So, now I’m itching for the Sundays to tour, playing “Reading, Writing & Arithmetic” or Bratmobile with “Pottymouth” or Pulp with “Different Class” or Jawbreaker. with “24 Hour Revenge Therapy”… I could go on and on.