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Jena ArdellHey Dave Grohl, cut your hair so we can get a better look at you!
Two hundred fans who pre-ordered the Foo Fighters' new album, then raced to Fingerprints record store in Long Beach on April 4th, were given wristbands to attend an intimate show inside the store last Saturday, where ... More >>
Floria SigismondiThe Dead WeatherWhat can we say about the Dead Weather that you don't already know?
That they really really could have done better on the video for "Blue Blood Blues?"
That Jack White covering "Creep" with Conan O'Brien was stranger than fiction?
That Alison Mosshart has a ... More >>
The Guggenheim GrottoThe Guggenheim Grotto has been making friends and influencing coffee-drinkers ever since 2008, when their song "Told You So" appeared on Across the Pond, a sampler CD issued by a certain beverage company with a twin-tailed siren as its log.
Now the Irish folk-pop duo are ... More >>
Femi KutiNeed some positive force? Yeah, so do we.
Olafela Olafemi Anikulapo Kuti (known as Femi), the son of Nigerian Afro-beat legend Fela Kuti, is renowned for live performances that feature exultant saxophone and even more celebratory dancing adding up to a sweaty spectacle of funk.
But ... More >>
Even if the only ink you sweat is your printer cartridge and your idea of iron comes in your vitamin supplements, there's a lot to recommend at this weekend's Ink-N-Iron Festival: the tunes. Among the the tatted masses, meticulously coiffed pompadours, corseted pin-up girls and acres of machi ... More >>
Jack ButlerChris ShiflettFoo Fighters guitarist Chris Shiflett has taken a detour off the radio rock superhighway and found himself on a country road. His side project Chris Shiflett & the Dead Peasants -- inspired by a trip a couple years ago to rockabilly's answer to Coachella, the Hootenan ... More >>
Hootenanny featuring Grant Lee Phillips, Big Sandy and his Fly-Rite Boys, Royal Crown Revue, Chris Shiflett, James Intveld and Russell Scott and his Red Hots. Also Tiger Army, Mike Ness and Glen Glenn
Is there anything more quintessentially SoCal than the 50s love of the pyschobilly scene on a hot ... More >>