By Liz Tracy
The maiden voyage of the S.S. Coachella departed Sunday from Ft. Lauderdale, bound for the Bahamas. It set out to sea rather unceremoniously. There weren't horns, not a streamer in sight, and no one smashed bottles against the body of the ship.
But we'd all been aboard the Celebrity ... More >>
If your spider-sense has been tingling lately it's because, today, The Amazing Spider-Man brings everyone's favorite arachnoid dude back to theaters. But while not everyone's looking forward to this Tobey Maguire-less incarnation, it does present an excellent opportunity to revisit the Spider-Man t ... More >>
Phlo Finister's hair is black and stick-straight. She's wearing Tims and a tight, cropped Tommy Hilfiger tank. Her boxers are puffed out of the approximately size 38 jeans that pool around her ankles. With her gold wire-rimmed sunglasses, she's Aaliyah, circa 1994.
This is not what we expected. Th ... More >>
Take thatThis Friday, the Stokely Williams-fronted Mint Condition will be taking the stage at Club Nokia. The group came to prominence in the '90s with the huge hit ballad "What Kind Of Man Would I Be?" But beyond Mint Condition's slick soul moments, the band also embraced the mid-'90s trend ... More >>
Gari AskewFlying Lotus
WHO: Flying Lotus with Strangeloop, Teebs, Samiyam, Gaslamp Killer, Austin Peralta, and Thundercat
WHERE: Music Box
The Music Box convulsed with bass last night as the Brainfeeder crew descended upon Hollywood Blvd for a sold out show. Top Brainfeeder tal ... More >>
Liz OhanesianButterclock with oOoOO at Killing SpreeFriday night, Butterclock and oOoOO stopped by Killing Spree, the monthly party at Medusa Lounge dedicated to dark, electronic music. The event was a good chance for local to check out two incredibly interesting, up-and-coming artists perfo ... More >>
View more photos in Timothy Norris' "Timbaland @ House of Blues" slideshow.
"Do you all like my beats?," a deep voice wondered over the packed House of Blues din. "I SAID, do you all like my beats?" Climbing a banister was the only way to glimpse the wizard of Oz emerging from behind a huge, bright ... More >>