Beirut and Julia Holter at 8 p.m. on October 7 or 8

Hollywood Palladium

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In a Nutshell

Zach Condon weaves his Balkan folk-pop sound into “Postcards from Italy” and “No No No;” critical darling Julia Holter opens

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The Deal

  • $19 for one early-discount G-Pass for general-admission standing (up to $53.25 value) [Limited tickets available at this special price]
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  • Beirut, the legend: In his early teens, multi-instrumentalist Zach Condon established himself as something of a musical prodigy. He dropped out of high school, traveled through Europe with his brother, recorded almost an entire album in his bedroom, and became the unexpected success story of 2006.
  • Gulag Orkestra: Condon’s breakthrough masterpiece
  • Albuquerque, New Mexico: where Condon actually hails from
  • What’s new: No, No, No—a brisk, nine-song LP that retains its predecessors’ melodic sensibilities but with sparser arrangements
  • Fun fact: the first time Beirut played in Lebanon (where Beirut is the capital city) was in August of 2014

Julia Holter

  • Who she is: a prolific, artistic jack of all trades—but critically adored for her blend of indie art pop and electronic compositions
  • Where she finds inspiration: often in stories. Her first album was inspired by Euripides’s play Hippolytus and of her latest, she said that she created “stories for every song”
  • What’s new: Have You in My Wilderness, which Pitchfork praised by saying, “what ultimately makes [it] transcendent—and unique in Holter’s catalogue—is its intimacy.”

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