Category Archives: Music

Lorna Doom, Bass Player for the Germs has Left the Stage

Today it was announced on several Facebook posts, including that of Germs drummer Don Bolles, that Germs bassist Lorna Doom “left this mortal coil today around 1.” Born Teresa Ryan in 1958, Doom passed away after a short illness. Out … Continue reading

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Movies Till Dawn: New Year, (Mostly) New Movies Part 2

“Suspiria” (2018, Lionsgate Home Entertainment) Timid American dancer Dakota Johnson enrolls at a prestigious dance school in Germany, where her training by a formidable Tilda Swinton gradually reveals a more sinister intent. Like last year’s “Hereditary” and “Mandy,” this audacious … Continue reading

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Flesh Eaters Rise Again In 2019! Chris D Reveals Secrets Of Their Un-Deadening!

LA has been invaded by the 1981-era Flesh Eaters once again, and in 2019, these horrifying creatures are no throwbacks. This collection of serious players from the old school – comprised of Dave Alvin and Bill Bateman of the Blasters, … Continue reading

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Harry Cloud and Paul Roessler’s New Album “Permadeath”

  Harry Cloud and Paul Roessler (Gitane Demone Quartet, The Screamers) have collaborated on a new 2-record set specifically written and recorded for artist Tanja London’s sol(e)menace-sculpture audio tour “Ancestral Stress and Trauma” (a part of Jason Watson’s Permadeath residency … Continue reading

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Interview: Discussing Just about Everything with Milo Aukerman of the Descendents

Written by Andy Nystrom. Originally posted on “There’s Something Hard in There January 7, 2019. The young man who was so shy that his eyes were fixated on the floor during most of his early performances is now leading the … Continue reading

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LA Through a Cracked Lens: Happy 72nd Birthday, David Bowie!

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In Fuzz We Trust Hosts New Years Eve at The Redwood Bar in DTLA

This New Year’s Eve, Eddie Lopez of “In Fuzz We Trust” threw a kick-ass party at The Redwood Bar in DTLA, and I’m telling you, it was LIT! The place was packed, and the band line-up was solid. Eddie’s band … Continue reading

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A List of Favorites From 2018

As usual, my Year End list doesn’t include much released in the current year, because I’m a slow mover with a tendency to look back over my shoulder. But here are some things I discovered this year that I recommend. … Continue reading

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Movies Till Dawn: New Year, (Mostly) New Movies

“Mid90s” (2018, Lionsgate) Confident directorial debut by actor Jonah Hill, who depicts, in granular detail, middle-schooler Sunny Suljic‘s attempts to find much-needed acceptance with a group of older skateboarders. Hill has the Clinton Era cultural details down pat (especially the … Continue reading

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X / Los Lobos / The Blasters at O.C. Observatory 12.27.18

Last night I kissed 2018’s ass goodbye the best way I possibly could: by driving down to the O.C. Observatory to see X, Los Lobos and The Blasters play. You already know it was great. It’s ALWAYS great every time … Continue reading

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