[Editor's note: Weekly scribe Jeff Weiss's column, "Bizarre Ride," appears on West Coast Sound every Wednesday. His archives are available here.]
You can't sort 30 years of life in 30 seconds. But that's what confronted Kutmah on the morning of May 5, 2010. Except that he didn't know it at the time ... More >>
Kutmah's "Throwing Stones"Last week, L.A. Weekly contributor Jeff Weiss sat down with Dublab/Low End Theory DJ and artist Kutmah to talk about his controversial deportation.
It was the first interview Kutmah, born Justin McNulty, had granted since being pulled out of his Mt. Washington home ... More >>
Mumford & Sons don't add up. Four tidy West London boys doing achy, dusty Americana -- why, that's almost as suspect as four preppies from Columbia University embracing world beats in their pop music, isn't it? Indeed, Marcus Mumford and compatriots Ben Lovett, Country (!) Winston and Ted Dwa ... More >>
The #FREEKOOTZ hashtag began on Twitter Friday, when fans and friends of Justin McNulty, better known by his DJ name Kutmah, was taken into custody by immigration authorities.
Details on the situation are vague, but sources told L.A. Weekly that McNulty, who was born in the U.K. and moved to Los An ... More >>
Yesterday, word traveled on Twitter that local DJ Kutmah (Justin McNulty) has been taken into INS custody and faces deportation. Dublab, the music site/DJ collective with whom Kutmah is often affiliated, confirmed the news this morning. Dublab's release notes that the DJ was taken into custody on We ... More >>