Pamela Chelin is a Canadian writer/entertainment journalist based in Los Angeles. Pamela has written and reported for a variety of outlets including L.A. Weekly, L.A. Times, Rolling Stone, Spin, Associated Press, Village Voice, Forbes, Variety and TheWrap. Her short stories have been published in magazines including German Glamour and Spanish Glamour. Pamela has made guest appearances on TV shows Good Morning, America, Entertainment Tonight, and BBC World TV and radio programs on KROQ and NPR. Pamela studied psychology and linguistics as a double major honors student at Toronto's York University before attending Osgoode Hall Law School for two years.
3 months ago | Grunge
In 2007, while photographer/director Geoff Moore was in the midst of photographing some of Kurt Cobain's personal possessions for Charles R. Cross' book Cobain Unseen, everyone in the room was suddenly covered in goosebumps when a certain song loa...
7 months ago | Books
Sitting at a restaurant close to his home in Malibu, journalist and bestselling author Neil Strauss admits that he's somewhat uncomfortable talking to the media about his latest book, The Truth: An Uncomfortable Book About Relationships. (Har...
8 months ago | Premiere
In the spring of 2014, tragedy struck Los Angeles-based industrial rock band Black Lodge when their bassist Ventura XIII (Ventura Banuelos) was killed in a motorcycle accident. “It was something that tore me apart,” says guitarist Johnny Royal, wh...
8 months ago | Indie Rock and Stuff
Aimée Nash, one half of Australian duo The Black Ryder, is seated at a cafe in Hollywood, dressed in her characteristic black from head to toe, sipping tea and looking relaxed. In just a few days, she'll head out on tour in support of her gro...
9 months ago | Rock
Listening to L.A.-based photographer/filmmaker Noah Abrams talk about his career over iced coffee at a Venice beach cafe, the word that immediately comes to mind is "industrious." Abrams has a marked tendency to downplay his accomplishments, dismi...
11 months ago | Indie Rock and Stuff
After the release of their first record Girls Like Us in 2013, and playing opening slots for Sleigh Bells and Warpaint, U.K. "gloom pop" band Pins, who also recently toured with Sleater-Kinney, did not succumb to the mounting pressure bands o...