Over the Weekend: Girls, The Airborne Toxic Event, Origami Vinyl's First Art Show and Slayer Bears at Unique LA
It's a weekend of firsts, with locals The Airborne Toxic Event taking to the Walt Disney Concert Hall stage and Origami Vinyl hosting an art show. Still, there was more going on this weekend, from concerts to holiday shopping extravaganzas. Keep reading for the details.
As part of the West Coast Left Coast series, The Airborne Toxic Event took to the stage of Walt Disney Concert Hall, joined by The Calder Quartet and Belmont High School Marching Band. Check out Timothy Norris' photo gallery.
Echo Park record supplier Origami Vinyl hosted its first art opening on Friday night. "Jordan and Annie Join the Circus" is a collaboration between artists Annie Madison and Jordan Tyson featuring illustrations, silk screens and water colors and will be on display at the shop for the next month. Check out Shannon Cottrell's photos.
Despite having a name that's a real pain to google, Girls sold-out the Troubadour on Saturday, where the San Francisco band was joined by The Morning Benders and Tamaryn. Check out Timothy Norris' photo gallery.
From Slayer bears to zombie bibs, there was no shortage of odd gifts on display at Unique L.A. Gendy Alimurung was on hand to capture the scene for Style Council.
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