The Echo Los Angeles CA (Nightclub)

The Echo 


The Echo - Description

The Echo brings some of the best up and coming and currently known live talent into this diverse music and dance club, with an event calendar packed with bands and DJs of all genres, focusing on indie and punk. If the music gets too loud inside (earplugs are suggested!), head out to the back patio to cool off outside and rest your ears.

Dance all night, mingle and drink at the bar, and then enjoy Two Boots Pizza later in the night that's available inside the nightclub! This party really ...[more]

Upcoming Events


A House for Lions Flyer

A House for Lions Filligar & The Peach Kings “The modern rock genre is in serious need of some fresh new faces. Enter A House For Lions.” “L.A.’s A House for Lions showed off a robust rock sound at Rusty’s on Wednesday, adding garage ferocity to the softer, ‘90s-influenced alt-rock of debut EP ’I Want Us to Be Remembered’. Daniel Nor...[more]


DJ Dodger Stadium Album Release Party Flyer

DJ Dodger Stadium Album Release Party...[more]


Burger Saturdays with The Aqua Dolls Flyer

The Echo & Burger Records Present Burger Saturdays with The Aqua Dolls Gateway Drugs, Cheryll The Aqua Dolls Four perma-teenage mermaids living in SoCal and making music. Founded by Melissa Brooks, The Aquadolls started in January 2012. The current lineup is Melissa Brooks on vocals/guitar, joined by Ryan Frailich on vocals/guitar, Josh C...[more]


Redredred and High-Functioning Flesh Flyer

Redredred and High-Functioning Flesh Redredred High-Functioning Flesh A Unity of Miseries: High-Functioning Flesh is an Electro-punk act from Los Angeles, USA, in the vein of bands like Portion Control and Cabaret Voltaire, as executed by electronic body mutants Greg Vont and Susan Subtract. Their unique hard beating electronics is heavi...[more]


Monday Night Residency with Corners Flyer

Monday Night Residency with Corners The Shrills, Death Hymn # 9, The Groms Corners "Garage rock in the purest form that makes you want to go out and cause a little trouble. ‘Sometimes’ had me wanting to throw on my leather jacket and step out into the dark night, ready for any adventure that may be lurking in the alleys. This is the stuff ...[more]


Jessica Hernandez And The Deltas Flyer

The Echo Presents Jessica Hernandez And The Deltas Jessica Hernandez is a singer-songwriter — but not THAT kind of singer songwriter. She has Latin roots, but we're not talking Selena or Shakira here. She's got soul (Hernandez does come from Motown, after all), but is not cookie-cutter contemporary R&B diva. She can be as heartfelt and melodic ...[more]


Planes Mistaken for Stars Flyer

Planes Mistaken for Stars Planes Mistaken For Stars drags you under...and never lets you up for more than a trace of air. Unleashing a defiant mix of intense vocals, aggressive screams and churning guitars that burn and smolder of raw post-hardcore emotion, Knife In The Marathon does nothing less than amaze. Recorded during their summer '99 ...[more]


Ryley Walker Flyer

Ryley Walker “With the charming swagger of jazz-folk troubadour Tim Buckley and the resonant, full picking style of Bert Jansch, “The West Wind” comes from Walker’s first widely available release, a three-song 12”. With acoustic guitar in hand and a voice like browned butter, Walker swings and sways in a lush string-and-piano arrangement rig...[more]


Bob Log III Flyer

The Echo Presents Bob Log III A man in a human cannonball suit soon appeared from a side door, his head completely obscured by a tinted black helmet, its front welded into a telephone which seemed to wirelessly amplify his voice to the audience. Bob Log III launched into a mind-blowing set, finger-picking his beaten-up black guitar for a soun...[more]


Burger Saturdays with Summer Twins Flyer

Burger Saturdays with Summer Twins Summer Twins Summer Twins are sisters Chelsea and Justine Brown. They write dreampop and rock 'n roll songs with a touch of California sun. Born and raised in Riverside, Ca, the two decided they wanted to start a band from a young age. Inspired by their dad's old rock 'n roll records, Chelsea picked up the...[more]


Craft Spells Flyer

Craft Spells The Bilinda Butchers, Shy Boys After a dormant period following the release of the Gallery EP in 2012, Craft Spells' Justin Vallesteros is back with the gorgeously ambitious Nausea. It's Craft Spells' second proper full length LP, and first since 2010's critically acclaimed Idle Labor. Since last on the radar, Justin moved t...[more]


Monday Night Residency with Corners Flyer

The Echo Presents Monday Night Residency with Corners Jeffertiti’s Nile, Mr. Elevator & the Brain Hotel, Levitation Room Corners Garage rock in the purest form that makes you want to go out and cause a little trouble. ‘Sometimes’ had me wanting to throw on my leather jacket and step out into the dark night, ready for any adventure that may ...[more]


Cymbals Flyer

Cymbals The long-awaited new album from CYMBALS is named after a book by Princeton academic, Daniel T. Rodgers, which addresses the fragmentation of ideas towards the end of the last century and how collective meanings have become uncertain. Singer and guitarist Jack Cleverly writes: "It hit me that I often feel paralysed by the feeling that eve...[more]


OK Go Flyer

OK Go Of all the superlatives ever thrown at OK Go, “world’s most creative band” might fit best. Theirs is a project of the modern age, defined by vision as opposed to boundaries. It starts with a growing canon of infectious songs (the band’s fourth album is forthcoming), and explodes out from there into a million creative endeavors: their v...[more]


White Fence Flyer

White Fence Dream Boys & The Abigails “I have cyclops vision now. But I’m not a giant. I changed my name and body only, and stabbed my social nous in the right ear. I still read fear but there are no police this year. I can repeat the same dream. I can let birds talk to me. I’m in jail. I have love and a whistle. I lay where the lotus lay a...[more]


White Fence Flyer

White Fence Tomorrows Tulips & Cold Beat “I have cyclops vision now. But I’m not a giant. I changed my name and body only, and stabbed my social nous in the right ear. I still read fear but there are no police this year. I can repeat the same dream. I can let birds talk to me. I’m in jail. I have love and a whistle. I lay where the lotus lay ...[more]


Burger Saturdays with Vision Flyer

Burger Saturdays with Vision Levitation Room Vision Having just released their self titled EP on Burger Records, they have been regarded as one of the hottest live acts in the LA music scene, awkwardsound.com states," East L.A.'s Vision are firing off the first promising heat rays of the seasons to come, hot on the heels of their self-titled...[more]


Magik Markers Flyer

Magik Markers & Death Valley Girls Magik Markers have been brutalizing audiences with their shattering live appearances and recordings the first part of this century. Elisa Ambrogio, Pete Nolan and Leah Quimby started the band in their basement in Hartford, Connecticut in 2001. After opening for Sonic Youth on their American tour in 2004, the...[more]


Monday Night Residency with Corners Flyer

The Echo Presents Monday Night Residency with Corners Santoros, Adult Books, Debt Corners Garage rock in the purest form that makes you want to go out and cause a little trouble. ‘Sometimes’ had me wanting to throw on my leather jacket and step out into the dark night, ready for any adventure that may be lurking in the alleys. This is the s...[more]


Xiu Xiu Flyer

Xiu Xiu Dead Rider, Circuit des Yeux Rarely is so much meaning conveyed in the space of six letters. And with regard to Xiu Xiu, its applications are infinite: always relevant, always provocative, always surprising, always evolving, always glittering. It’s fitting, then, that as Jamie Stewart’s ever-evolving band marks a decade in existence, ...[more]


Dub Thompson Flyer

Dub Thompson Take the 101 north out of Los Angeles, and you'll pass by Agoura Hills, where the core duo of the band Dub Thompson grew up. Whatever you see in that town won't readily prepare you for the music they wrote while there, but you're free to look. "Most everyone who's in a group who's our age lives on the Internet," says guitarist Ma...[more]


Hamilton Leithauser Flyer

Hamilton Leithauser Hamilton Leithauser announces his debut solo album "Black Hours" via Ribbon Music on May 6th (North America)/May 5th (Rest of the world) -- inaugurating a new chapter in an already remarkable career from The Walkmen front man. The album brings Leithauser full circle and then some, from lonely midwinter piano-and-vocals sessio...[more]


Popshop West with Miniature Tiger Flyer

Popshop West with Miniature Tiger Miniature Tiger The sound is important but nothing is more important than the feeling of the sound. When Charlie Brand (vocals, guitar) was writing the newest Miniature Tigers record, he looked to the sum of his musical influences for inspiration. "I wanted to make something like Weezer's Blue Album—not exa...[more]


The Bixby Knolls Flyer

The Echo Presents The Bixby Knolls Alexandra & The Starlight Band, Slow White There is a moment on “Runnin’ and Runnin’” the propulsive first single from The Bixby Knolls’ excellent debut album, Near & Undear when front man Curt Barlage sings that this might just be his “Last chance to prove them wrong” before advocating that he and the ba...[more]


Xeno & Oaklander Flyer

The Echo & Part Time Punks Present Xeno & Oaklander White Hex and Winkie Xeno and Oaklander are a minimal electronics girl/boy duo, and they are based in Brooklyn, NY. They began writing music and soundtracks in 2004. Miss Liz Wendelbo is French / Norwegian and Sean McBride is from Maryland. They record their songs live in their studio and p...[more]


The Coathangers Flyer

The Echo Presents The Coathangers The Bots, White Fang If you’re familiar with The Coathangers then you probably know the Atlanta group’s premise. The story goes that four young women decided to start a band for the sole purpose of being able to hang out and play parties. They weren’t going to let the fact that none of them knew how to pla...[more]


The Good Life Flyer

The Echo Presents The Good Life Big Harp and You Are Plural The Good Life The Good Life started out as a means for Tim Kasher to use a songwriting approach that differed from his other projects (namely, Cursive), but it didn’t take long for the solo project to become a band, and for that band to finally come into its own. The Good Life’s ...[more]


Dot Hacker Flyer

Dot Hacker The music of Dot Hacker is architectural, built on a foundation of bold, manipulated tones and supported by lush eclectic textures and angular rhythm. The band's enigmatic sound comes from the collaboration of friends and founding members, Josh Klinghoffer, Clint Walsh, Eric Gardner and Jonathan Hischke. Before forming Dot Hacker...[more]


Those Darlins Flyer

Those Darlins with Diarrhea Planet Blur The Line feels like an eponymous debut. This record is not a departure, nor is it simply growth. It is a realization purely of where Those Darlins are as artists right now. After sophomore record Screws Get Loose, Jessi, Nikki, and Linwood set out to uncover the true complex, contradictory nature of the...[more]


Smallpools Flyer

Spaceland & KCRW Present Petersen Concert Series Made Possible By BMW Smallpools The story of Smallpools is mostly a series of happy coincidences. Vocalist Sean Scanlon and guitarist Mike Kamerman met at SXSW in 2007 while both of them were playing in different bands. After forging a friendship based on a mutual love of music and a shared frus...[more]


Steve Gunn Flyer

Steve Gunn Steve Gunn is a New York-based guitarist and songwriter. With a career spanning nearly fifteen years, Steve has produced volumes of critically acclaimed solo, duo, and ensemble recordings. His albums with GHQ and longtime collaborating drummer John Truscinski represent milestones of contemporary guitar-driven, forward music. A vor...[more]


Basement Flyer

The Echo Presents Basement Basement have been a band little over a year and already they have toured across the UK and Europe extensively. Gathering support in the U.S the band were signed by Run For Cover records and are due to release their album 'I Wish I Could Stay Here' this summer. For a such a young band who believe in the 'do it yoursel...[more]


Echo Park Rising 2014 Flyer

Echo Park Rising 2014 The Echo Friday, August 15, 2014 12.00PM - 2.00AM 4th Annual Echo Park Rising A Music, Arts, and Local Business Celebration...[more]


Echo Park Rising 2014 Flyer

Echo Park Rising 2014 The Echo Saturday, August 16, 2014 12.00PM - 2.00AM 4th Annual Echo Park Rising A Music, Arts, and Local Business Celebration...[more]


Echo Park Rising 2014 Flyer

Echo Park Rising 2014 The Echo Sunday, August 17, 2014 12.00PM - 2.00AM 4th Annual Echo Park Rising A Music, Arts, and Local Business Celebration...[more]


Quilt Flyer

The Echo Presents Quilt When the three members of Quilt arrived in New York City in April to begin the intensive recording process for their second album, the new and aptly named Held in Splendor, they stepped directly into spring. Anna Fox Rochinski, Shane Butler and John Andrews had spent much of the previous several months clutched away at “...[more]


What The Funk Fela vs. James Brown Flyer

The Echo, Footlong Development, and Keistar Productions Present What The Funk?! Fela vs. James Brown with Rich Medina and J. Rocc, DJ Jedi Spinning Funky James Brown Exclusives, Covers, JB Samples & Funky-Soulful Hits Of JBs` God Children & The Afro Funk Pioneer Fela Anikulapo Kuti`s Entire Music Catalog, Afro House, Afro Soul and more! Tri...[more]


Ty Segall Flyer

Ty Segall with Meatbodies It was a dark and stormy north coast night. On the horizon was the shadow of the Sleeper, his technicolor presence stretched across the land for all of the black and white world soon to see! The Ty Segall expedition gets farther and farther out with each and every record. And to every record, a tour – or three o...[more]


Ty Segall Flyer

Ty Segall It was a dark and stormy north coast night. On the horizon was the shadow of the Sleeper, his technicolor presence stretched across the land for all of the black and white world soon to see! The Ty Segall expedition gets farther and farther out with each and every record. And to every record, a tour – or three of four. For Ty, com...[more]


Ty Segall Flyer

Ty Segall It was a dark and stormy north coast night. On the horizon was the shadow of the Sleeper, his technicolor presence stretched across the land for all of the black and white world soon to see! The Ty Segall expedition gets farther and farther out with each and every record. And to every record, a tour – or three of four. For Ty, com...[more]


Ty Segall Flyer

Ty Segall It was a dark and stormy north coast night. On the horizon was the shadow of the Sleeper, his technicolor presence stretched across the land for all of the black and white world soon to see! The Ty Segall expedition gets farther and farther out with each and every record. And to every record, a tour – or three of four. For Ty, com...[more]


Strand Of Oaks Flyer

Strand Of Oaks & Christopher Denny From the first bars of HEAL, the exhilarating melodic stomp of "Goshen '97" puts you right into Tim Showalter's fervent teenage mindset. We find him in his family's basement den in Goshen, Indiana, feeling alienated but even at 15 years old, believing in the alchemy and power of music to heal your troubles...[more]


Kins Flyer

Kins Currently hailing from Brighton, England. kins originally formed in late 2010, around a collection of home-demos by frontman Thomas Savage. kins spent their first six months playing small shows up and down the coasts of Australia with the city of Melbourne acting as home-base. In May 2011 they released their 7-track debut E.P; ‘Danci...[more]


Money Flyer

Money Forged in their Manchester home, ‘So Long (Godisdead)’ follows Money’s ultra limited sold out single ‘Who’s Going To Love You Now / Goodnight London’. Their first full statement as artists, it comprises galloping rhythms, ethereal, intricate instrumentation and an operatic vocal. The band spent the last year or so releasing a cryptic ...[more]


Il sogno del marinaio (with mike watt) Flyer

Il sogno del marinaio (with mike watt) & Lite An Experimental rock trio featuring bassist Mike Watt, Il Sogno del Marinaio also include singer/guitarist Stefano Pilia and drummer Andrea Belfi. Watt, a legendary punk and alt-rock musician with such bands as Minutemen and Firehose, first met Pilia while on tour in Italy in 2005. Then, in 200...[more]


Mark Eitzel Flyer

Mark Eitzel Mark Eitzel's new record, Don't Be a Stranger, will be released by Merge Records on October 2 in North America, South America, and Asia. After a string of bad luck that included a heart attack that set him back several months and the implosion of his band American Music Club, Mark Eitzel fortuitously found himself in the studi...[more]


Meg Myers Flyer

The Echo Presents Meg Myers Irontom On her current single, the raging, unapologetic "Desire," Meg Myers "juggles the pretty and the ugly perfectly," as Stereogum noted, adding that with her "fierce-then-vulnerable voice, you have something that is as sweet as it is unsettling." The Nashville-born, Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter has consis...[more]


Sole & DJ Pain 1 Flyer

Sole & DJ Pain 1 with Open Mike Eagle Sole In 1998 he founded Anticon Records, the first collectively owned indie Hip-Hop label in the United States. Since then, Sole has played over a thousand shows throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe, the Middle East and Japan. In 2009, Sole pulled his masters from anticon and has re-invented himself as a ...[more]


Slim Cessnas Auto Club Flyer

Slim Cessna's Auto Club Engaging, riveting, sad and humorous; demanding the audience to participate both live and while listening to their albums; Slim Cessna's Auto Club has been branded with every musical description possible. This seems fitting, as SCAC describes their music as American (Is that not what America is and has been, a mixture o...[more]


Wand and La Luz Flyer

Wand and La Luz Wand September 2013, Wand was quietly dismembered and ritually eaten in the hills near Dodger Stadium. Wand reborn as “Wand” an obese organ falsely organized as 4 overjoyous nerds. Four flesh balloons betting on a few aging amplifiers. I hear they listen to Here Come the Warm Jets on loop all day and plot mail fraud. I hear ...[more]


Slow Club Flyer

Slow Club Since forming in Sheffield in 2006, Slow Club have released two EPs and two albums, each showcasing different and distinct facets of their musical DNA. While most bands seem happy to rest on their laurels, afraid to push their sound forward, multi-instrumentalists Rebecca Taylor and Charles Watson get a bit bored of recreating the ...[more]


Womans Hour Flyer

The Echo Presents Woman's Hour Newly signed to Secretly Canadian, 'Her Ghost' is Woman's Hour's first release with their new label following a year which saw them become the 6th most blogged band of the year (6 Music & Hype Machine), receive praise from the likes of Pitchfork, The Fader and BBC radio, alongside supporting Volcano Choir in the U...[more]


Mutual Benefit Flyer

Mutual Benefit Jordan Lee has spent the last few years moving from Ohio to Austin to Boston, and most recently Brooklyn, running the wonderful Kassette Klub label, touring with friends’ groups, and leading an amorphous project called Mutual Benefit, a one-man-band or a sprawling collective, depending on where he is and who is around that day...[more]


Sinkane Flyer

Sinkane & Helado Negro Melodically beat-driven and meditatively lyrical, Sinkane’s Mean Love rolls like an emotional, existential history of the artist. Ahmed Gallab has created an altogether unique compound of sound, stylistically nostalgic and ultramodern at the same time. From Gallab’s childhood in Sudan there is a Pan-African influence...[more]


Fat White Family Flyer

The Echo Presents Fat White Family Fat White Family are the greatest young rock band in the UK and this probably extends to the rest of the world as well. What’s that You want to know more Christ on callipers, ok, let’s see what we’ve got here then It won’t come as news to anyone who has been to one of their regular Slide-In nights at their ...[more]


J Mascis Flyer

J Mascis It makes perfect sense that I was asked to write a bio for J Mascis. Let's face it, he and I have a long history. It all started the first time I saw him live. It was in New York City. I don't remember when or where, but I think he was walking around. I was probably walking around, too. The second time was also in New York, at a Mexic...[more]


Gruff Rhys Flyer

Gruff Rhys In 2012 Gruff Rhys embarked on a solo ‘investigative concert tour’ through the heart of America following the route taken by his distant relative John Evans. Every night he presented songs augmented by a power point presentation that detailed his relative’s unbelievable history, along with any new piece of information that had com...[more]


Grand Ole Echo with The Jolenes Flyer

Sunday
The Echo Presents Grand Ole Echo with The Jolenes Smooth Hound Smith The Get Down Boys The Jolenes Meet the Jolenes - London’s favourite all-girl bluegrass band. With harmonies & hairdos evoking a bygone era of vintage glamour and forbidden foundation garments, the Jolenes rustle up a down-home blend of spicy bluegrass and sweet old-time...[more]


Tuesday Night Residency with The Belle Brigade Flyer

Tuesday
Tuesday Night Residency with The Belle Brigade Founded by siblings Barbara and Ethan Gruska, The Belle Brigade’s music is artfully arranged, with enticing melodies and pop harmonies, fueled by the interplay of driving rhythms between Barbara’s drums and Ethan’s guitars. Both are gifted songwriters – finding inspiration in the works of Peter Gabr...[more]


Wednesday Night Residency with Mother Falcon Flyer

Wednesday
Wednesday Night Residency with Mother Falcon Mother Falcon is an orchestral indie band born in Austin, Texas that has quickly become an award winning recording act and a top concert draw, performing in rock clubs while maintaining a presence in the performing arts scene scoring plays and films. The group began to coalesce around multi-instrum...[more]


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Address: 1822 Sunset Blvd.
Los Angeles CA US

Phone: 213-413-8200
Website: The Echo
Capacity: 350
Age: 21+
Venue Type: Nightclubs


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