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Thursday, Oct 25 2007

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THE KNITTING FACTORY, 7021 Hollywood Blvd., Hlywd. (323) 463-0204.

Fri.—Uh Huh Her, X Ray OK.

Sat.—The Club Vodka Halloween Party has the stellar metal confab The Big Ball Stars, many others TBA.

GO Sun.—Skalloween 2007, an all-club brawl with Union 13, The Black Rose Phantoms, La Resistencia, JLB, La Muerte, The Triggers, The Switch Ups, others.

Mon.—MC Chris. In the bar: Building Rome in a Day, The Perfect Victim, Scarlet Grey, Matcli, Silent Envy, 7 p.m. In the lounge: The Scuffs, The Scarred, Sayaka, Locked & Loaded, 7:30 p.m.

Tues.—Fatlip & Tre Hardson, Omni, DJ Cee Brown, DJ Twist One. In the bar: Indio, Cellophane Funk Project, Gather No Moss, Magic Grits, 8 p.m. In the lounge: Sean Galuszka, 7:30 p.m.; at 9 p.m., Bluebeat Lounge.

Wed.—DJ Krush sets up for a four-hour session. In the lounge: Batlord, 8 p.m.

Thurs.—JJ Grey & Mofro, Marc Ford. In the bar: Racquel Roberts & the Holiday Elves, Brownstone, 8 p.m. In the lounge: Mr. Gnome, 7:30 p.m.

LARGO, 432 N. Fairfax Ave., L.A. (323) 852-1073.

Fri.—The Greg Proops Chat Show.

Tues.—Eban Schletter’s Witching Hour.

Thurs.—Jon Brion.

LIGHTHOUSE CAFE, 30 Pier Ave., Hermosa Beach. Cover $5 Fri.-Sun., free weeknights. Full bar. Over 21. (310) 372-6911.

Fri.—Thank You Drive Thru, HS Hookup Kings.

Sat.—Mara & the Big Rockstars, Frater Band, Aragorn & Olivia.

Sun.—Identity Theft, Jahmark & the Soulshakers.

Tues.—Hanging on Halos, Fib Punk, Shaimus, Zankoma.

Wed.—Bad Kitty Project, Detour.

LIVE AT THE LOUNGE, 1018 Hermosa Ave., Hermosa Beach. (310) 372-1193.

Fri.—Nathan Anderson, Luis Oliart, Todd Washington, Sara Haze.

Sun.—Harry Manx, Claudia Russell.

MALIBU INN, 22969 Pacific Coast Hwy., Malibu. (310) 456-6060.

Fri.—Colbie Caillat, Chris Pierce.

Sat.—Battalion of Saints, The Duane Peters Gunfight.

Sun.—Rebelution, The B Foundation, Rude Boy Roots.

McCABE’S, 3101 Pico Blvd., Santa Monica. (310) 828-4403.

Fri.—Whiskey Chimp.

GO Sat.—The X-man John Doe does two sets.

THE MINT, 6010 W. Pico Blvd., L.A. (323) 954-9400.

Fri.—The Benevento-Russo Duo.

Sun.—Katy Mae, Correspondents.

Mon.—Kevin Kanner & the Mint Band.

Wed.—Das Vibenbass.

Thurs.—Katira, Evan Brau, Dave Schultz’s Living Room.

MOLLY MALONE’S IRISH PUB, 575 S. Fairfax Ave., L.A. (310) 578-5591, Ext. 2, or (323) 935-1577.

Fri.—Tango 9, Beth, Adam & Hedge, Echo Division, Port.

Sat.—The Steve Casper Band, Rusty Tinder, Cameron Dye, Peter Goetz.

Sun.—Paul Zollo, Bob Malone.

Mon.—The Davises, The Daniels, Natalie Davidson.

Tues.—The Mighty Regis; also, Cranky George, featuring James Fearnley (yeah, he of the Pogues), with Dermot & Kieran Mulroney.

Wed.—Catahoula, The Ty Taylor Revue.

Thurs.—The Dirges, The Mighty Regis.

MR. T’S BOWL, 5621½ N. Figueroa Ave., Highland Park. (323) 256-7561.

Fri.—The Keith Walsh Experience, Multiple Now Syndrome, The Lofty Canaanites, The Shards.

GO Sat.—Blue Mask with Mad Lovers, The Fleagles, Motorcycle Black Madonnas, Backbiter, The Beggars, 9 p.m.; $5. See Music Pick.

Sun.—Pantuflas, Hard Place, Blue Jungle; no cover.

Mon.—The Abe Lincoln Story, Ollin, Cracker & a Coaster.

Tues.—The Janitor; no cover.

Wed.—Psychosexorama with Thee Cormans, Rover’s Pinky, plus “hot burlesque chicks,” the mutha-funkin’ DJs, DJ Freakstik13, more.

Thurs.—Muso, Enid the Dowl, The Kris Special, The Fresas; no cover.

PIG ’N WHISTLE, 6714 Hollywood Blvd., Hlywd. (323) 463-0000.

Fri.—Ryan Dilmore, Jessica Childress, Tim Vatterott, Chad Christ, Lizzy Williams, Douglas Showalter.

Sat.—Beenmia, Keith Calkins, John Neira, The Sacred Language; also folks d.b.a. The Middle Class (not the Orange County post-punk band).

RAINBOW BAR & GRILL, 9015 W. Sunset Blvd., W. Hlywd. (310) 278-4232.

Fri.—Rich Nixson, Cranium Skylight, Adam Havlicek, Dee Smith.

Sat.—Justin Figueroa, Input Unknown.

Thurs.—Liora Sinderman, Dawn Mitschele, The Volume Knockers, Product.

RELAX BAR, 5511 Hollywood Blvd., Hlywd. (323) 460-6705.

Fri.—Intronaut, Watch Me Burn, National Sunday Law, Hurt Model, Exhausted Prayer.

Sat.—Shields, Anything After, Victim Vision.

ROOM 5 LOUNGE, 143 N. La Brea Ave., L.A. (323) 938-2504.

Fri.—Colin Elliott, Kristin Proffit.

Sat.—Alana Sweetwater, Grass Gypsys.

Mon.—Ernie Halter, Gabriel Mann, Victoria Vox, Rob Giles, Juliet Lloyd.

ROXY, 9009 Sunset Blvd., W. Hlywd. (310) 276-2222.

GO Sat.—Lightweight pop-rockers The Donnas, contrastingly seedy former L7 singer-guitarist Donita Sparks; also, American Bang.

Sun.—Showman Cliq, Kross Fire Sound, Skeme, Falling for Tomorrow, The Dazed Youth.

Mon.—The Knives, Bangkok 5, The Dreaming, My Evolution, Airbourne.

Thurs.—One Year Yesterday, Coda Vesta, Relax to Paris.

RUSTY’S SURF RANCH, 256 Santa Monica Pier. All ages. (310) 393-7386.

Fri.—Pam Lyn King, The Sindicate, Better Luck Next Time.

Sat.—Theo, Jah Quest, Living Stone.

SAFARI SAM’S, 5214 Sunset Blvd., Hlywd. (323) 666-7267.


Sat.—Dave & Deke Combo; guitar chieftain TK Smith.

Sun.—Killola rips it up. First, no-cover Brunch Americana from Sugar Daddys, Cathouse Thumpers, DJ Jeff W, noon.

Mon.—Chirgilchin, “master throat singers from Tuva.”

GO Tues.—The Oohlas, Maxeen, Crash Encore.

Wed.—Devil Doll, Rezurex, Grave Danger, Drop Dead Beats.

THE SCENE, 806 E. Colorado St., Glendale. (818) 241-7029.

Fri.—Far Out.

Sat.—The Softlightes.

Sun.—Teaneck, The Numbers Station, The Loving, Flashing Red Lights.

Mon.—The Order of the Fly, Murderland, The White Coffin Terror, Silent Meow; no cover.

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