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RADIO BROADCAST #216
Fanatics. I am sitting in a Starbucks in Washington D.C. in my old neighborhood. I am on my second pass of the last few singles the Buzzcocks recorded for United Artists. I don't know why I trip on them so oft ... More >>
Aloke Dutta, the world's foremost solo tabla player, lives in a tiny one-bedroom apartment in Studio City.By
far the most important spot in the apartment is the one occupied by the
rug on which Dutta practices, composes and teaches. In the 15 years
that Dutta has lived there, the rug made a slow ... More >>
Bereft's debut album, Leichenhaus, was released this week. Featuring members of Abysmal Dawn and Intronaut, and an ex-member of The Faceless, the group plays snail-paced doom-metal inspired by 90's U.K. acts like Paradise Lost and Anathema. Since it came out just this week, it is still too early to ... More >>
Timothy NorrisKCRW BROADCAST #120 for Saturday, June 25.
Fanatics! Writing to you from the upper level of Terminal Five here in New York City. We are in night four of this amazing Dinosaur Jr. tour. The band has been raising the bar every night and the shows are getting more and more cranked ... More >>
Timothy Norris[The one and only Henry Rollins contributes a weekly column and far-reaching reportage to the music section of the LA Weekly. Look for your weekly Henry Rollins fix right here on West Coast Sound every week and make sure to tune in to Henry's KCRW radio show every Saturday eveni ... More >>
By Jeff Miller
Read Jeff Miller's overview of the first evening of Phish's three-night stint at the Coachella grounds here.
Halloween's a holiday that Phish built their reputation for unpredictability on - since 1994, when a show by the band's fallen on October 31st, they've celebrated by donning ... More >>
View more live photos in the Dirty Projectors at the Troubadour slideshow.
Brooklyn's Dirty Projectors performed at the Troubadour last night for the first time since their wildly imaginative, critically heralded new album Bitte Orca was released. The last time they played LA the band was supportin ... More >>
"Big Church" begins with a female chorus. Then a low-tuned distorted guitar powers up like a muscle car, and the juxtaposition between the chorale passage -- all altos and sopranos -- and the creeping guitar pattern -- baritone and bass -- is immense. Both move slowly and with great intent, beauty ... More >>