MBE Nov. 7: Low, rainy day grooves, free Foals tix

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It’s a rainy Monday in Los Angeles, and whether you’re a rain lover or have the blues today, we’ve got some tunes for you: “Rain” by folk rock band Whitney, and David Lynch pick  “Who’ll Stop the Rain” by 1970s Creedence Clearwater Revival, a pair of perfect tracks to cozy up to. Drive safe and stay warm today.

Tel Aviv funk collective Sababa 5 is back, this time with a self-titled album that dropped Friday. We listen to “KumKum 3,” which in Hebrew translates to “get up” — a fitting directive for a Monday morning. 

We also dedicate a set to ‘90s slowcore indie legends Low, in honor of vocalist and drummer Mimi Parker, who died this weekend at the age of 55. Enjoy the band’s chilling cover of an Al Green classic, another with some electronic flare, and some magic from their 2018 album “Double Negative.” 

And if you’re a fan of progressive British rock, we have tickets to giveaway for you. Specifically, Foals at the Hollywood Palladium on Nov. 16. Enter here for your chance to win.





Anna Chang