When New York-based band White Arrows decided to cross the country and land in LA, they had one goal: to get stuck in our heads. And despite any blood loss or skull damage that may have caused, were sure glad they did. With firm roots in lo-fi garage rock and searing electro-pop, songs like City Boy display a worthy arsenal of sharp guitar twangs, stomping drum beats and synths. With a successful Spaceland residency and a newly released EP under their belts, these LA transplants are headed to the Glass House this weekend to cavort with tripped-out indie pop purveyors Ariel Pinks Haunted Graffiti and Long Beachs ballsy spaghetti western wizard rockers Bella Novella.
Sat., Sept. 11, 7 p.m., 2010