Category Archives: Music

The Tribe and Chris Carter Pay Homage to the Beatles @ Coach House on 9/5

The LA-based classic rock collective The Tribe Band will perform songs by the Beatles as part of a Labor Day Weekend live-streaming event and countdown on Saturday, September 5. Chris Carter, host of the long-running “Breakfast with the Beatles” radio … Continue reading

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Put Aside Your Worries and Play Some Music

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The Rundown: This Week in Brief 08/28/20

Alpine Village near Torrance may be Designated a Historic Landmark Anyone who grew up in the South Bay will remember Christmas shopping trips to Alpine Village, the largest, drunkenest Oktoberfest in California, their huge weekend swap meets, and 80s punk … Continue reading

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Book Review: Growing Wild by K.P. Rennie

Ever since the beginning of rock ‘n’ Roll, parents and teens have been at odds, whether the kid’s hair was too long, too short, or too purple. Add in undiagnosed learning or mood disorders, possibly an unreported trauma, and for … Continue reading

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Kraftwerk, Blondie, St. Vincent & Other Hollywood Bowl Shows to Stream Live Starting Sunday

For 98 years, countless Angelenos enjoyed leisurely evenings at the Hollywood Bowl. COVID-19 brought these beloved summer outings to a screeching halt, and it’s been a serious sonic loss. Starting this Sunday, and every Sunday evening through October 11, assuage … Continue reading

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The Rundown: This Week in Brief 8/21/2020

Saving a Piece of Art History from Demolition The unassuming Sun Cleaners building on Franklin Ave in Los Feliz was once the art studio for Sister Mary Corita, or Corita Kent, from 1960 to 1968. Kent, celebrated as part of … Continue reading

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TODAY! (DE)TOUR, Morrison Hotel Gallery’s Virtual Charity Festival, NOW Streaming Live for COVID relief

The Morrison Hotel Gallery and Rolling Live Studios, in association with NIVA and MusiCares, are hosting (De)Tour, a day-long virtual charity festival. This is a free event, however, all donations will be matched by Spotify for COVID-19 relief are welcome. … Continue reading

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The LA Beat Remembers Spaceland

One month ago, The Satellite announced they would no longer be doing live shows, dismantling the stage and turning the room into a restaurant in order to survive the COVID-19 pandemic.  While nobody can fault them for it, the announcement … Continue reading

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My Vinyl Treasures: Attention Please by Boris

“My Vinyl Treasures” record posts are a result of one of my ongoing covid-19 self-quarantine projects, cataloguing many records of various genres I have acquired through the years. It should go without saying, that whatever I post here, I like … Continue reading

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Burger Records is a Harbinger of Change in the Way Women Will be Treated in the Music Industry

When living through a painful, disgusting, and abhorrent set of circumstances in one’s life–as we all seem to be doing at once right now–it would be comforting to forget our troubles, turn up the stereo and dance. Should one decide … Continue reading

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