KCRW BROADCAST #208
Fanatics! Hello from Honolulu, Hawaii. Due to a scheduling glitch, I am out here without the means to create this Saturday's show. Engineer X and I looked over some of our older shows and settled on one from last May to roll out for you.
You might remember it from wh ... More >>
The Rock Bottom Remainders -- that all-star band made
up of the country's most beloved, best-selling literary luminaries,
including Dave Barry, Amy Tan, Scott Turow, Mitch Albom, Matt Groening
and even, yes, Stephen King -- wouldn't exist but for Kathi Kamen
Goldmark.The noted "author schlepper" ... More >>
KCRW Broadcast #167 for Saturday, June 2, 2012
See also: Henry Rollins: The Column! Globetrotting Blues
Fanatics! Hello from Vancouver, Canada. The Canadian dates have started and I am glad to be back on the road. Tonight's show is a great one all the way through. A great warm weather mix tape tha ... More >>
HANNI EL-KHATIB, "BUILD. DESTROY. REBUILD." 7" (INNOVATIVE LEISURE)
"Build. Destroy. Rebuild" is the second fuzzy single from Hanni El-Khatib's upcoming debut album Will The Guns Come Out, which I've been anxiously awaiting ever since I heard his first 7" months ago. "Build. Destroy. Rebui ... More >>
Timothy NorrisThis kid will rule us all
We don't know who this kid is. We don't even known if he plays any music.
But you know what? He's gonna be the Coolest Music Star of 2017 (way above this year's darling and LA Weekly cover girl, Best Coast's Bethany Cosentino).
Wanna know why?
Maura LanahanOur eminent columnist, Mr. Henry Rollins![The one and only Henry Rollins will be contributing 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 Friday and make sure to tune ... More >>
In the strange wake of music's digital rebirth, vinyl has experienced a modest boom in popularity, seen by many as a replacement for the awkward middleman that is the compact disc. INCHES reviews the output of L.A.'s healthy vinyl community, believing that good music deserves much more than a handfu ... More >>
In the strange wake of music's digital rebirth, vinyl has experienced a modest boom in popularity, seen by many as a replacement for the awkward middleman that is the compact disc. INCHES reviews the output of L.A.'s healthy vinyl community (artists and labels, indie or other), believing that good m ... More >>
In the unpredictable wake of music's digital rebirth, vinyl has experienced a modest boom in popularity, seen by many (with delicious irony) as a replacement for the awkward middleman that is the compact disc. INCHES seeks not only to review the output of L.A.'s healthy vinyl community (artists and ... More >>
El Rey, February 14
By Jonah Flicker
Reports of Black Lips’ onstage antics have apparently been greatly exaggerated. The Atlanta quartet, which released Good Bad Not Evil on Vice Records this past fall, is renowned for committing alleged acts of debauchery at live shows including, bu ... More >>