This Week in LA Music: New No Age MP3, Rossdale v. Yow, 2Pac Energy Drink, R.I.P. Jody Reynolds, Street Drum Corps, Flaming Lips, Adios Nic Harcourt
Raven Sings the Blues has an MP3 of the pretty, noisy, pretty/noisy new No Age track. The b-side of their new "Teen Creeps" 7" on Sub Pop is called "Intimate Descriptions, and you can find it here. (via gorillavsbear.)
We can't be any clearer than this: GAVIN ROSSDALE HAS BEEN COLLABORATING WITH DAVID YOW!
Jeff Weiss on the new 2Pac energy drink: "[W]ith the one sip of Hunid Racks', 2Pac Energy Drink, you'll be ready to smite all rotund rivals, pen rose poems of dubious merit, shoot yourself during robberies and keep hos in check (while clowning around with the Underground.)
We continue to be overjoyed by Yo Gabba Gabba!
Jonny Whiteside remembers Jody Reynolds, who died last week. The west coast rockabilly crooner's "Fire of Love" was covered by the Gun Club (it was also the title of their best album).
Web editor Erin Broadley interviews the Street Drum Corps, who open for Motley Fucking Crue at the Palladium on Friday:
New Club Nokia: Little Dystopia, or dream gig? Our photographer chimes in.
Flaming Lips' Wayne Coyne debuts his 7-years-in-the-making epic, Christmas on Mars. Yes, it will be good to watch on acid, most definitely.
Nic Harcourt's gotta earn a living, so he's leaving his morning show on KCRW. Some people are bummed, others are rejoicing.
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