15 hours ago | Bizarre Ride
In the reasonably near future, when President Jaden Smith presides over the Scientology wing of the White House and self-driving iCars croon Snapchat news in Auto-Tune, it will be possible to attend a different music festival every week of the yea...
8 days ago | Bizarre Ride
Gonjasufi was ready to quit. The San Diego native turned desert mystic had just released Muzzle, his 2012 sophomore LP, on Warp Records. But despite critical acclaim, he felt broken and disgusted by the music industry. The onetime yoga teacher had...
15 days ago | Bizarre Ride
If N.W.A introduced the world to South Central and Compton, Cypress Hill cracked the 40 and sparked the blunt for the rest of L.A. County. Until the South Gate trio emerged, the East Coast tended to stereotype local rap as either stone cold gangst...
22 days ago | Bizarre Ride
If you’re unfamiliar with Delroy Edwards, that’s in part by design. In an era when obnoxious self-promotion and social media stunting are often seen as unimpeachable virtues, the Silver Lake resident exists as a refreshingly enigmatic alternative....
29 days ago | Bizarre Ride
"This publication was born out of curiosity and hope. Curiosity regarding the possible rebirth of true rebel music. Hope in its eventual victory over the bland products professional pop stars have been feeding us. May the punks set this rat-infest...
1 month ago | Bizarre Ride
The first time I saw Linafornia, she was mercilessly slaughtering her competition. Last November at the Beat Cinema Beat Battle, the Leimert Park producer artfully incinerated all those vying for the $300 grand prize. The other entrants had talent...