By Ren MacDonald
Ten years ago, Inland Empire native Ian Campbell founded Cat Cult, an artist collective whose members paste pictures of screen-printed cat heads on sidewalks, traffic signal boxes and buildings throughout L.A. County. As a teen in his Pomona garage Campbell, now 33, started making ... More >>
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Have you seen the video of the Fairfax Avenue palm tree on fire? It's below. On August 1 the palm exploded into flames after being shot by a bottle rocket. Its branches fell onto the awning of a local pizza place, se ... More >>
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See more photos in Lainna Fader's slideshow: "Eagle Rock Music Fest 2011."
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By Dan Hyman
Early Friday morning Tyler, The Creator took to Twitter to inform his followers that -- despite his crew's 'no outsiders' policy -- Odd Future's new label under the Sony/Red Distribution umbrella had signed a rapper. The first artist off of Odd Future Records? Someone called You ... More >>
Shannon CottrellAdventure Time takes over a Gaslamp Quarter pizza spotSee more photos in "San Diego Comic-Con 2011 Preview Night," "San Diego Comic-Con 2011 Day One," "San Diego Comic-Con 2011 Day Two,""San Diego Comic-Con 2011 Day Three" and "San Diego Comic-Con 2011 Day Four."
If you were ... More >>
Andrea DomanickThe father becomes the son...Reported by Andrea Domanick and Rebecca Haithcoat.
This is for the critics who doubted the chemistry
Two different worlds, same symmetry.
-"Trouble on My Mind," Pusha T
Leaning on a sticky table in a hotel room stained the color of urine, direct ... More >>
If Wu Tang, Iggy Pop and the Flaming Lips threw a birthday party, it might approximate Odd Future's swag-as-hell show Saturday night at House of Blues Sunset.
Swinging stateside amidst their first European tour, the horrorcore collective took the stage in full force ... More >>
Last Friday, L.A. rapper cum professional scapegoat The Game revealed plans to collaborate with fellow local Tyler the Creator on a track ostensibly titled "Martians vs. Goblins." It is unclear as to whether these two have forged a genuine rapport, or if Game is simply trying to arouse public ... More >>