The Levitt Pavilions have announced their schedules, so you know what that means: It's summer!
In an exclusive to West Coast Sound, the Levitt Pavilions in MacArthur Park and Pasadena have released their full lineups, with shows held throughout June, July, and August. Highlights include Metalachi, ... More >>
dublab has been an internet radio station for over ten years now, pioneering the format and introducing L.A.--and the world--to up-and-coming acts from all genres of music. Hip hop, psyche, jazz, funk, punk, beat--you name it, and it's streamed on dublab.com. Flying Lotus, the Gaslamp Kille ... More >>
Daiana FeuerTearist's Yasmine Kittles post-pool depressionOne often leaves The Standard Hotel questioning reality, for many reasons, which makes the hotel's Downtown rooftop an appropriate setting for experimental performance and the fashionably interested. That's what The Series is all about ... More >>
A few weeks ago a bunch of musicians and filmmakers got together at REDCAT to pay tribute to Linda Perhacs' beautiful 1970 Topanga folk record Parallelograms. One of the bands that played was Crystal Antlers, and our friends at Videothing captured it.
On Saturday night, the Dublab collective celebrated a decade of throwing the best DJ-based music events in the city by ... throwing a party with a lot of DJs. Dublab closed a ten-day run of shows with a party downtown on Saturday at Edgar Varela Fine Arts.
For fans of semi-obscure Canyon folk music, tonight is a watershed moment. Linda Perhacs, whose single album from 1970s, Parallelograms, is a transcendent piece of Topanga beauty, will perform selections from the album for the first time ever. As well, she will debut a new song, the first she's unve ... More >>
A few months back we announced the debut performance of Linda Perhacs at REDCAT in October as part of Dublab's tenth anniversary celebration. We have more details on what should be a magical evening of folk.
Perhacs, if you don't know, released a single transcendent album in 1970s, one that ... More >>
The "In the Loop 5" EP, a co-release between Dublab and Anticon
As the Dublab radio collective approaches ten years of exceptional service to this city's music-loving denizens, things only seem to be heating up. First the announcement that '70s folkie Linda Perhacs will be performing at Redc ... More >>
Big news from Dublab headquarters. Psych-folk singer Linda Perhacs, whose unsung 1970 classic, Parallelograms, was reissued last year, will perform music from the album for the first time ever at Redcat at the beginning of October. Perhacs, who is now a dental hygienist, has been popping up at misce ... More >>
Yesterday Will Oldham, aka Bonnie Prince Billy, did an instore performance at Amoeba Records on Sunset, and West Coast Sound's Nikki Darling was there to report on the scene:
Will Oldham gets French pedicures and shows them off while wearing flip-flops and Hawaiian board shorts. That's the first ... More >>
A few weeks ago at an Anthology Recordings party at Palihouse in West Hollywood, we were doing the requisite mingle wandering, when we ran into Mark "Frosty" McNeil of Dublab. He was standing with a demure woman, and matter-of-factly introduced her to me. "This is Linda Perhacs," he said, and I n ... More >>