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Molly grew up in the Pacific Northwest before attending the University of Colorado at Boulder and receiving her BFA in Filmmaking. She is currently living in LA with her best friend aka her dog. She calls herself a writer/photographer.
HARD Day of the Dead was definitely the biggest thing happening in EDM over Halloween weekend (and damn there was a lot going on), and our very own Molly Gale went and completely crushed her way through the two full days of #rage. Check out her recap and photos from each day below. --Editor Saturday, November 1st...
Rarely have I been as blind-sided by an artist as I was by the Euro-electro-pop sensation, Stromae. It all began during a routine combing of local venues' calendars. I saw that some guy named Stromae had immediately sold out two nights at the Fonda. My interest was sparked. After some quick research I found that this...
Hide yo kids, hide yo wife... because RTJ2 is coming. If you’re still unconvinced about Run The Jewels, their sophomore album is shaping up to be solid scientific proof that Killer Mike and El-P’s collaboration is the razor-sharp revival that modern hip-hop needs. “Close Your Eyes” is the third heat rock released from the upcoming album --...
Since their inception in 2005, the duo of Simian Mobile Disco have proven themselves as some of the most innovative producers in the industry. James Ford and Jas Shaw have stayed true to analog production techniques and the electronic rock experimentation. Sticking to analog to “prevent their own electronic dance tracks from sounding too polished and programmed”, this...
Following up two shows in a row for me, I was in for a third with my Saturday night booked with Odesza at The Fonda. Hype has been building around this Seattle-based duo since they ignited the itty-bitty Echoplex last spring. That performance got my attention in a very real way – the sound was so fresh and...
In a matter of one year, the UK-based soul group Jungle has sky-rocketed into the consciousness of music fans around the world. Their self-titled album is one of the most solid releases of 2014. Riding on that one album alone, they’re now able to regularly sell out places like The Fonda in LA, and while impressive, this enthusiastic...
What is there even to say about Fatboy Slim? Not only is Norman Cook a pioneer in the electronic music industry, he’s been a mainstay for over almost 30 years. He’s the Godfather. King of Kings. And at the ripe age of 51, Cook is still a rogue firework. On stage, he...
The night was crisp, but not too cool. Nestled into the quiet hills of Hollywood, the picturesque Greek Amphitheatre was a perfect backdrop for Dallas Green’s alt-rock outfit, City and Colour. Disillusioned tales of quiet, personal turmoil and ill-fated love affairs are intensely relatable when told with Green’s evocative lyricism. The crystal-clear weaving of vocals over...

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