Monday, February 18
CENTER FOR THE ARTS, EAGLE ROCK
Om's Al Cisneros is a cosmic explorer of the highest order, the kind of guy whose every musical effort is one more step along a spiral path to ... ultimate truth? Ultimate beauty? Something too ultimately primal and sacred for the guy who write ... More >>
Friday, January 11
Carolyn Edwards, Adam Marsland
As leader of both Spindle and 3D Picnic and a longtime member of The Negro Problem, Carolyn Edwards is one of the best and brightest musicians in Silver Lake's indie-pop underground, but she reveals the full breadth of her talent through her so ... More >>
The Slits Tribute
See also: R.I.P. Ari Up of the Slits, Dead at 48
One of The Slits' earliest and most iconic songs was their 1979 single "Typical Girls," but there was never anything typical about the way the British coven infused their punk-pop ditties with subversive ... More >>
Most keep their shirts on, sorry guys!
[UPDATE, 1/27/2011: We listened to our beloved commenters, so here's "People's Choice: Commenters Pick 4 More Female Drummers in L.A. for Our List!"]
Do you like women? Do you like drums? Do you like women on drums? If you answered yes to any of these q ... More >>
Night number two of Manimal Vinyl's Echo residency began with its feet planted on the ground and worked its way up the body. Loving Thunder's loud metal-ish music loosened toes, Rainbow Arabia rapped knees using tropical percussion, Jessica 6 sent blood rushing to the pelvis, and then We Are The Wor ... More >>
We've been slogging through a lot of Manimal related information this week, from video debuts to show reviews, but one little gem that made its way through the heap deserves unqualified huzzahs: The new Rainbow Arabia remix of the Field's "Sequence," which Stereogum debuted the other day.
Rainbow ... More >>