Category Archives: Music

Petra Haden Re-releases Two Albums on Vinyl

On April 21st, Bar None Records released Petra Haden’s first two solo works on vinyl. Petra Haden has been a member of That Dog and recently sang with her two sisters, Rachel and Tanya, as The Haden Triplets to honor … Continue reading

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Iggy Pop and Josh Homme at the Greek Theatre 04-28-2016

Iggy Pop no longer plays with “The Stooges” after the loss of both of the Asheton brothers. He was backed up at The Greek by members of the Arctic Monkeys and Queens of the Stone Age (Iggy recently recorded an album called … Continue reading

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Save Music in Chinatown May 8 with Saccharine Trust, Mike Watt and the Secondmen and More!

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Get in Formation with Beyoncé – Uber and AMEX

Beyoncé’s long awaited mystical album, Lemonade, dropped seemingly out of nowhere several days ago. The visual album features a track list of 12 distinctive songs, featuring collaborations with Kendrick Lamar, The Weeknd, and more. Lemonade discusses quite a range of ideas … Continue reading

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Years and Years at the Fonda Theatre – Photo Gallery

If you want to attend a 2 hour long dance party, Years and Years is the band for you.  With their unique synthetic beats and electronic-pop sound, their concise yet particular setlist is sure to have you on your feet. … Continue reading

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LA Beat Interview: Larkin Poe

Larkin Poe are awfully young to be ten years into their music career. Touring on the bluegrass circuit as the Lovell Sisters in their mid-teens, sisters Rebecca and Megan Lovell gained extensive road experience, including the start of a long … Continue reading

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Barry Kleven’s “School Days” at Lethal Amounts

“School Days”, featuring the recently discovered photos of the late Barry Kleven, kicked off last Friday at Lethal Amounts downtown. Kleven was a talented teenager who took some impressive pictures at L.A. rock and punk shows in the 1970s, but … Continue reading

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2nd Annual Malibu Guitar Festival Presented by D’Angelico’s Guitars

This weekend starts early in Malibu for music and “guitar” fans! This year’s 2nd Annual Malibu Guitar Festival, presented by D ‘Angelico Guitars will be 4 days of guitar playing mayhem and magic starting Thursday, April 29th and running through Sunday, May … Continue reading

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Live Review: Ex Hex and Sheer Mag at The Echo

Last week, Ex Hex sold out The Echo, playing tunes from their truly enjoyable, upbeat album Rips. Described by some as power pop, the band frequently reminds me of The Cars, sans keyboards and with more guitar solos. The group’s three members – singer/guitarist … Continue reading

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Dawn of Ashes Return with Theophany

For all intents and purposes LA’s extreme metal outfit Dawn of Ashes was gone, dead and buried in 2013 with singer Kristof Bathory moving on to new territory with the unfortunately short lived but brilliant Urilia. Dawn of Ashes has … Continue reading

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