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David Arnoff will be in Los Angeles this weekend launching his epic photography book, Shot in the Dark: The Collected Photography of David Arnoff. In his stunning catalogue of the nascent punk scene, Arnoff has captured the essence of a … Continue reading
Exene Cervenka, founding member of celebrated LA punk band X, writer, artist, poet and spoken word artist, is currently providing a rare glimpse into her collection of self-produced journals plus new artworks in “The Dust of Sunlight, Exene Cervenka Journals & Collage 1974-2015”. … Continue reading
The weather was great Saturday night for a free concert in the park, but instead of chamber music or A Midsummer Nights Dream done as a hippie rock musical ( It was done with Susan Tyrell. I was there) we … Continue reading
“People are gonna say ‘I just paid six dollars to see this band, they’re not desperate.’” – Exene Cervenka in The Decline Of Western Civilization, 1980. Six dollars? Thirty-two years later, the scalpers in front of the heavily sold-out Roxy … Continue reading
The ironies of last Saturday’s Pacific Standard Time concert at MOCA’s Geffen Contemporary were not lost among the estimated 1,000 in attendance. The bill of San Francisco’s Avengers and Dead Kennedys and Los Angeles’s hometown underground music heroes, X, was … Continue reading
Thanks to John Doe and our friends at The Mint in Los Angeles.