LA City Hall: Now in the business of shutting down harmless art and music spaces (boo!) First they came for the raves, then they came for the medical marijuana dispensaries, and then they came for the Echo Curio. At least we can now breathe a sigh of relief that no one will ever abuse Ecstacy ... More >>
Soon to be known as the Satellite August Brown at L.A. Times posts an interview with the Satellite's Jennifer Tefft, the booker who left Spaceland about a year ago but who is back now that the location is transitioning to a new name and new ownership. As rumors about decamped Spaceland's Mit ... More >>
UPDATE: Spaceland Productions Senior Talent Buyer Liz Garo confirms new Spaceland Productions venue to open within a "few months" ... plus more on page two. It lasted seventeen years, but less than an hour ago Spaceland Productions announced they'd be moving out of the iconic 1717 Silver ... More >>
A music innovator and sound impressionist gets inspired by the life customizers of Echo Park
The influential mecca of the "Silver Lake scene" turns 15
Between not buying illegal fireworks in Chinatown and enjoying the fact that we could sleep in Friday, our Fourth of July Weekend was pretty packed, with Pool party/BBQ after Pool party/BBQ to attend. In between nursing our sunburn and our hangover, we got to hit up some of the most happening event ... More >>
Tonight at the Echo and Echoplex in Echo Park, a bunch of bands are teaming up to perform a benefit called "Kick Out the Clots," for Spaceland Productions' booker Jennifer Tefft, who is working to deal with medical bills she accrued trying to get a handle on a blood clotting problem. If you've eve ... More >>
The start of a spicy new year
Residential dwellings: Start playing on Monday nights.
From old-school heads to prepubescent punks, Silver Lake is where L.A.s indie rock heart still beats
Can I still get on the list?
A garage full of Detroit rock