Tuesday, December 4
Sometimes you gotta amend "never again" to "just once more," especially when there's a good reason, and this completely unexpected reunion of L.A.'s Starvations didn't come easy. It's a benefit for writer Joseph Mattson, author of a much-acclaimed novel ... More >>
You may not always like what House Shoes has to say, but he certainly commands your respect. The sharp-tongued DJ and producer is known for calling out lame trends and fake rappers; for starters, he put rapper Charles Hamilton's career on life support in 2009 after the latter lied about his album be ... More >>
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Better Than... John Wall and David Guetta's heralded Spotify Playlists.
Let's face it: straight vinyl DJ sets can either be delight ... More >>
Guilty Simpson meets Bumps on "Drums"Over the band's storied 20-year career, Chicago post-rock giants Tortoise have covered a great deal of stylistic ground.
Jazz, electronic, Kraut, dub, and the avant-garde have been fair game, but only on the occasional remix have the efforts of those gif ... More >>
(stonesthrow.com)It's no secret that L.A.'s best-kept secret, hip-hop producer extraordinaire Madlib, is a prolific dude. During the aughts, he helmed upwards of 20 albums operating under numerous pseudonyms -- Quasimoto, DJ Rels, Yesterday's New Quintet -- and released a handful of classics ... More >>
In the unpredictable wake of music's digital rebirth, vinyl has experienced a modest boom in popularity, seen by many (with delicious irony) as a replacement for the awkward middleman that is the compact disc. INCHES seeks not only to review the output of L.A.'s healthy vinyl community (artists and ... More >>
Because, why not? You like free music and so do we. Neither of us likes Mondays, so let's sweeten the pot, no? Here are five fresh MP3s from L.A. artists, with PR blurbs, a NSFW video (psychedelic boobs!), key release dates and other examples of sheer randomness. First, the boobs, courtesy of Immad ... More >>