When Jon Whitfield moved to Los Angeles in 2008, he had no aspirations of seeing Hollywood Boulevard or hitting the beach in Malibu. He didn't come from his home state of Mississippi to play tourist. Then again, he also didn't come to fall in love, get married and merge his burgeoning musical career ... More >>
[Editor's note: Deathmatch pairs two artists who have something in common, and determines who is better. It's a concept we sort-of ripped off from MTV, except that instead of claymation it's the printed word!]
Dave A. Stewart, best known as Annie Lennox's other half in '80s new wave act the Eurythm ... More >>
Over a year after our first glimpse at the Anthony Bourdain/Joel Rose (Kill Kill Faster Faster, The Blackest Bird) comic collaboration, Get Jiro!, the release date is finally set. Amazon is now accepting preorders for the July 3 release of the book once described by one of its authors as "a gourmet ... More >>
Before she was picked to sing back-up for Michael Jackson's ill-fated 2009 London shows, Judith Hill was a relatively unknown perfomer from Pasadena.
When Hill appeared near the end of Jackson's memorial service to lead the stage in singing "Heal The World," most of the Staples Center audience did ... More >>
From Mickjagger.comJust Super.There may not be a Rolling Stones tour happening anytime soon (wonder if Mick is still pissed about Keef's "tiny togder" remark?) but for fans of The Stones frontman, musical satisfaction has been trickling in. Last week, at a press conference here in L.A., Sir J ... More >>
May we invite Jonathan D. Haskell inside your head?
It'll only take a few minutes, really. There. Now relax.
Haskell makes ambient music under the name Seven Saturdays, the kind of stuff that belongs in movies that haven't been made yet, or maybe even imagined. His orchestrated tomes are are par ... More >>