Category: MUSIC

Polyplastic Headlines Hi Hat Ahead of West Coast Tour

Photo by Aric Van Halen. LA-based duo Polyplastic has been busy preparing for their debut record release later this year. With eager anticipation to see what they’ve been cooking up, the west coast is getting treated over the month to

4xFAR The Festival of 2020 Has Finally Arrived

The deserts of the Coachella Valley have always had a magnetic pull for those seeking an escape full of music and adventure. This weekend, 4xFAR, presented by Land Rover, sets out on its debut journey, inviting attendees to discover and

Mick Jenkins Releases New EP & Heads to The Fonda 1/22

Photo by Bryan Lamb. Today, the prolific Chicago rapper released his much-anticipated follow-up to 2018’s  critically acclaimed full-length “Pieces of a Man,” which saw collaborations with artists such as Kaytranada, Ghostface Killa, Julien Bell and more. The EP, entitled “The

Encoffinized Guts the Lexington

Photos by Harrison Pearl. On a Friday evening, packs of Angeleno metalheads piled into the Lexington Bar in downtown Los Angeles for a good ol’, local Death Metal show. Photos by Harrison Pearl. Kicking the night off was MANGLED. Mangled

South LA’s Christmas Warms Up With Marsha Ambrosius

The afternoon was chilly in Los Angeles, the perfect day to bundle up and go to a Winter Wonderland. Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza had their 8th annual Winter Wonderland Event with snow games, face painting, toys and treats. There were

Us the Duo Reminds Los Angelenos of the Spirit of Giving

Us the Duo, folk pop musical couple brought the spirit of giving to Los Angelenos with a late Christmas benefit show on December 21. All proceeds were donated to “Music Gives for St. Jude Kids,” which go to the research

A Q & A with LA’s Nashville-Newcomer Cale Tyson

Photo by Kelly Amber Garcia. This Sunday, December 22nd Hollywood’s Gold-Diggers and Baby Collective are treating Los Angeles to a holiday buffet of talent, with the likes of singer-songwriter Rainee Blake, sultry duo Superbloom, and Cale Tyson. We got to

Sea Girls First North American Tour Hits Los Angeles

Sea Girls at The Hotel Cafe Hollywood. Photo Credit Chris Santos. The UK band Sea Girls here in LA on their first American tour sounded like a sweet way to spend a Thursday night. I figured four blokes that named

KHEMMIS Roars Triumphantly in Echo Park

Photos by Harrison Pearl. In the Heavy Metal world, a realm filled with subgrenes and their true-to-form sounds, a band with an original resonance is bound to be held in high regard and cherished. KHEMMIS belongs on that pedestal. With

Shannon and the Clams Punk Up Unsuspecting Italian Social Club

Rich tapestries, red carpeting, and chandeliers abound in Highland Park’s unassuming Garibaldina Society hall. The “Italian social organization that welcomes [those] who enjoy monthly dinner dances and activities,” according to its website, also boasts a Bocce court and claims to

slip releases ‘the cost’ and spares no risk

Photo by Zane Roessell. After nearly two years of teasing singles, slip finally has released his ambitious and profound album, the cost. Helmsman Taylor Brown is making his own space for the meditative journey that you find yourself in when

Sudan Archives Bewitches Moroccan Lounge with a Stellar Set

Photo by Nicolett Electra. Sudan Archives conjures a distinct magic: a base of sultry smooth vocals with a heavy helping of north-African-folk-influenced fiddle beats, a sprinkle of dope fashion sense, and a pinch of snakiness. The resulting potion has been

We Sit Down with Maal in Honor of His New Mixtape Release

Photo by Symrin Chawla. We got to sit down with up and coming music master Maal leading up to the drop of his mixtape “Butane” and ask some questions. With an exciting experimental prowess in song and filmmaking, along with

Indie-Pop Artist Kayls Drops ‘Drive Away’

Indie pop artist Kayls releases her debut single “Drive Away,” this Friday with first listens featured in Ladygunn and Earmilk. The track, produced by female producer Bambor Leany, offers a view into a dark world of shimmering pool lights and

Going to Disneyland with (Sandy) Alex G

Photo by Geffen Shichor. “I feel like I’m at Disneyland or something,” was where it started as (Sandy) Alex G entered the stage: Alex Giannascoli with his bandmates Samuel Acchione on guitar, John Heywood on bass, and Thomas Kelly on

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