November concerts to look forward to

Spend one of your November nights at one of these upcoming local live shows.


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Austrailian band The Paper Kites will be stopping by the Fonda Theater in downtown L.A. on Nov. 5.

Kayla Santos, Staff Writer

We have officially entered the awkward in-between period that exists after “spooky season” and before Christmastime, leaving this question in mind: What am I supposed to do now? Fortunately, music lovers can look forward to the abundance of concerts taking place this month. If you are struggling to come up with nightly plans, check out these artists that will be rocking out in the upcoming weeks.

The Paper Kites: Nov. 5 at The Fonda Theatre, Los Angeles | 8 p.m.

Australian indie-folk rock band The Paper Kites is currently touring North America after the recent release of their fourth album, “On the Corner Where You Live.” Their folksy, coffeehouse style should provide a perfect night of relaxation.

NF: Nov. 8 at the Hollywood Palladium, Hollywood | 7 p.m.

Christian rapper NF is definitely a fan favorite among Biolans. With the eruption of “Let You Down” in radio stations across the country, the Michigan native has made quite the name for himself even outside of Christian circles.

Tokyo Police Club: Nov. 8 at the Moroccan Lounge, Los Angeles | 7:30 p.m.

Hyper indie-rock band Tokyo Police Club’s style is comparable to that of  Ra Ra Riot and Local Natives. The band’s high-energy guitar riffs takes listeners back to the 2000s when alternative and punk rock dominated the music scene. In addition to performing at the Moroccan Lounge in Los Angeles, they will be taking the stage at Santa Ana’s Constellation Room on Nov. 9.

Elle King: Nov. 12 at Belasco Theater, Los Angeles | 8 p.m.

King’s unique style exudes a blend of soul, rock and blues. The “Ex’s and Oh’s” singer is currently on tour for her “Shake the Spirit” album.

Kodaline: Nov. 14 at Belasco Theater, Los Angeles | 7 p.m.

Irish rock band Kodaline has a knack for crafting songs about heartbreak and loss. The Australian natives are currently touring their “Politics of Living” album, which features tracks that are livelier than their usually somber ballads.

KYLE: Nov. 17 at the Hollywood Palladium, Hollywood | 7 p.m.

Hip-hop artist KYLE emerged onto the music scene with the catchy summer 2016 anthem, “iSpy.” Now, the Ventura native is on his first world tour with contemporary R&B artist Marc E Bassy.

AJR:  Nov. 18 at the Hollywood Palladium, Hollywood | 6:30 p.m.

Electro-pop band AJR is known for their unique infusion of dubstep and pop tunes, appealing to fans of Smallpools and American Authors. The New York-based trio of brothers is now touring for their recently released album, “The Click.”

Chase Atlantic: Nov. 24 at El Rey Theatre, Los Angeles | 9 p.m.

From their 2014 EP, “Dalliance,” to their 2017 debut self-titled album, Chase Atlantic has built quite the fan-base, entrancing fans of alternative, pop and even R&B. If you enjoy jazzy saxophone sequences imbued with alternative R&B beats, you should consider seeing this Australian trio at their upcoming Los Angeles show.

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