Category Archives: Music

Moby Kicks Off NeueHouse’s ‘Summer Sounds’ with Moby Doc and Reprise Event

Moby has always been an intriguing person. He’s proved to be a popular, energetic and innovative creator. He also has a number of personal struggles that have gained public attention and earned him some notoriety. He has managed to turn … Continue reading

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Livestream Review: Voivod Presents Nothingface – Tune In For Dimension Hatross This Sunday

Midway through metal legends Voivod’s live-in-studio performance of the album Nothingface that streamed last Sunday afternoon, it occurred to me that the band’s long-expressed desire to become a Psychic Entity, freed from the limitations of the body’s ability to travel, … Continue reading

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The Ford Amphitheatre Comes Alive

The John Anson Ford Amphitheatre is a wonderful, intimate, 1,200 seat outdoor venue located in the Hollywood Hills. Founded in 1920, the Ford stage has been graced legends from all corners of the performing arts–from the Ramones to Pharoah Sanders … Continue reading

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POP to Stage Bizet’s Don Procopio

Following the success of last month’s Trouble in Tahiti, the Pacific Opera Project is returning to Heritage Square Park the weekend of June 4-6. The company will be staging the first known west coast production of Don Procopio, an comic … Continue reading

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‘Summer Sounds on the Plaza’ Returns to The Original Farmers Market This Week

  Live music returns to the Original Farmers Market! ‘Summer Sounds on the Plaza’ begins this Thursday, May 27, and will take place every Thursday and Friday evening from 5 to 7 p.m. through June 25. Come to shop or … Continue reading

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The Roosevelt Hotel Has a New Outdoor Bar & it’s Hosting Live Jazz Tonight

If you’re a fan of Hollywood’s historic Roosevelt Hotel, you may have visited its Spare Room. A cocktail lounge and gaming parlor tucked away on the hotel’s mezzanine level, the Spare Room is a gorgeous vintage spot that serves inventive … Continue reading

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Movies Till Dawn: Everyday People

“Ladybug Ladybug” (1964, Kino Lorber) Students and teachers at a small rural school react to a seemingly real warning about an imminent nuclear attack with anything but the orderly, civil response detailed in government training films, and fall prey to … Continue reading

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THE BOWL IS BACK, BABY!

The Los Angeles Philharmonic made the announcement we have been waiting for all pandemic: the Hollywood Bowl is opening back up to live audiences. While the Phil did a good job of remaining relevant during COVID, curating an archival series … Continue reading

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Review: Trouble in Tahiti by Pacific Opera Project

Pacific Opera Project made a triumphant return to Los Angeles last weekend with four performances of Leonard Bernstein’s one act opera Trouble in Tahiti. While the company kept busy during the pandemic, staging a handful of drive-in productions in Ventura, … Continue reading

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CD Review: The Who Sell Out – Super Deluxe Box Set

The Who Sell Out, the band’s third studio album from that heady conceptual year of 1967, has received yet another expansion! Packed with five CDs, two vinyl singles, and pound after pound of printed matter, it’s almost more Sell Out … Continue reading

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