4 days ago | Los Angeles Concerts
Morrissey Hollywood Bowl November 10, 2017 For more than three decades, there have been music fans who claim they simply cannot listen to the Manchester-bred singer who calls himself Morrissey. His keening voice is too mannered, his phrasing too p...
3 months ago | Jazz
The living legend behind "Rockit" and "Watermelon Man" explains how Buddhism affects his music — and how he once outraced his new boss, Miles Davis.
4 months ago | L.A. Stories
"I can do my own thing and sort of sequester myself at my house in L.A.," says the Spoon frontman, whose band's latest album is Hot Thoughts.
7 months ago | Jazz
The pioneering post-rock guitarist, who relocated to L.A. from Chicago in 2013, flashes his jazz chops most Mondays at ETA.
7 years ago | Film and TV
Back in 1917, when Marcel Duchamp originated the notion of "found art" by attempting to enter a porcelain urinal into a gallery show as a piece of sculpture, he probably never imagined that someday, hundreds would gather in dark rooms to watch big...