[Look for your weekly fix from the one and only Henry Rollins right here on West Coast Sound every Thursday, and come back tomorrow for the awesomely annotated playlist for his Saturday KCRW broadcast.]
Of all the things that transpired last year, I want to take on the Sandy Hook shooting incident ... More >>
Better Than...a quick, aggressive fuck in a public bathroom
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KCRW Broadcast #170 for Saturday, June 23, 2012
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Fanatics! Tonight and for the next few weeks, we are live! I will be back from a month in Canada and we will hit it with the full force of the Big Three--myself, Engineer X and the Young Will Bentley ... More >>
KCRW BROADCAST #1245 for Saturday, July 30
Fanatics! We have put together a stellar playlist for you to check out tomorrow night.
It took me a long time to get into the MC5 album Back In The USA. It wasn't that the songs weren't great -- they are. It was always the production that bugged me ... More >>
Timothy NorrisKCRW BROADCAST #122 for Saturday, July 9.
Fanatics! Another week goes by and we find ourselves contemplating the sonic bounty of another Saturday get down. We approach this mountain of sound that awaits us, we must ponder this thought: what keeps bringing us back together ever ... More >>
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 >>
Pitchfork reports that comics legend Alan Moore, the revered writer responsible for From Hell, Watchmen and League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (the comics, NOT the movies) has a couple of new musical collaborations ready, including one that features the one and only Mike Patton.
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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 >>