Red Bull Music Academy Culture Clash
Feat. Friends of Friends, Smog, Dim Mak, Jeffree's
It was beatmakers vs. beatmakers as a bunch of dudes in flat brimmed hats competed for bragging rights at last night's Red Bull Music Academy Culture Clash. The L.A. incarnation of the int ... More >>
Bridget Everett is a lot of woman. Beloved throughout the New York City downtown club scene for being in your face -- and maybe in your lap -- Everett performs at Largo on Sunday with her backing band, the Tender Moments.
The bassist for said group just happens to be Adam Horovitz, also known as Ki ... More >>
Dance music is all the rage these days. That time you thought giant robots were battling at your recent family reunion? Nope, that was just your 12-year-old niece listening to dubstep.
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Whether you're looking for 1960s Peggy Moffitt mod couture or 1980s stonewashed denim castaways from the Valley, Los Angeles has a vintage and second-hand shopping scene that's bursting at the old-school seams. In a city known for making old things look fresher than they really are, its no surprise ... More >>
*Our review of Tiesto's show at Home Depot Center, October 8, 2011
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Tiesto is a love-him-or-hate-him DJ, but if you look at his draw in the L.A. market and beyond, you have to think people really do l ... More >>
Fool's Gold (Andrea Whiting)By Andrea Whiting
Given that it was Father's Day and the dude half-responsible for my existence loves live music, I decided to bring my dad along to the season's first KCRW World Festival.
And via this ploy to beat out my little sister for the Best Daughter Award ... More >>
Hannibal Moncrief saw the future last night. No, he didn't brew mushroom tea and watch Doc Brown tinker with the fabric of the space-time continuum. And no, he didn't spend three hours inside the glowing pink origami bird mumbling the phrase, "cool colors, man." The double-stacks of white ... More >>
Cybotron's "Clear," from 1983
More than any other person, Detroit's Juan Atkins is credited with creating techno. Of course, electronic dance music, which fills clubs, warehouses and festivals each weekend, provides sounds for car commercials, movies and public radio, and fuels the technology of c ... More >>