Nanette GonzalesThe Shins played to a full house Tuesday night at The Gibson Amphitheater in Universal City. The band's tour started a few months after their latest album, Port of Morrow. Port of Morrow was written in Los Angeles and Portland in 2011 with James Mercer leading the way. See all of the pictures from "The Shins @ Gibson Amphitheater."
Aaron FrankFlying Lotus celebrated the release of his fourth LP Until The Quiet Comes at a private party in Burbank. He performed alongside The Gaslamp Killer, Thundercat, Nobody, Nocando, Daddy Kev, and Erykah Badu under her DJ moniker Lo Down Loretta Brown. The show was streamed online courtesy of Boiler Room and Red Bull Music Academy. See all of the pictures from "Flying Lotus Record Release Party."
Colin Young-WolffIn honor of the L.A. City Council repealing their ban on Medical Marijuana Dispensaries, we presented the cutest Mary Janes from our city's many Cannabis Conventions, Safe-Access Demonstrations, and 4/20 celebrations. See all of the pictures from "Cannabis Cuties (NSFW)."
Lina LecaroThe Boulet Brothers' gala closing bash for LAFFF's weekend of events at The Dragonfly brought out sexy looks in latex, vinyl and leather, plus corsets and collars, wigs and whips... and some things we didn't expect. Venus Prototype offered a late night strip tease featuring their rockin rubber fashion while sultry installations explored wet dreams and forbidden fantasies. See all of the pictures from "Lina in L.A.: Fetish Film Festival Ball (NSFW)."
Josh "CuriousJosh" ReissCuriousJosh brings you scenes from the LA Underground. The 10th annual LA Burning Man Decompression Arts and Music celebration gives Burning Man attendees a chance to decompress from the summer event, and share Burning Man arts and culture with greater Los Angeles. See all of the pictures from "CuriousJosh: LA Burning Man Decompression."
Josh "CuriousJosh" ReissCuriousJosh brings you scenes from the LA Underground. LA Conscious culture reaches a pinnacle with Knowphest, a three day conference and nightlife combination featuring visionary psychedelic artists Alex and Allyson Grey, a variety of talks, yoga, wandering performers, and music from David Starfire, Daedelus, Desert Dwellers, and more. See all of the pictures from "CuriousJosh: Knowphest."
Danielle BacherThe Gaslamp Killer performed outside of LACMA on Thursday, October 18 as part of the Through the Mic concert series. The free event drew a large crowd of teenyboppers, hipsters and underground hip-hop fans. Vince Staples & Michael Uzowuru, Problem, Luckyiam and Jck Dvy provided opening support. See all of the pictures from "Gaslamp Killer @ LACMA."
Lina LecaroL.A. Fashion Week may never be one cohesive entity, but the events that took place (and continue to) in the city, fittingly represent the diversity here, and not just in dress. In this gallery, the space-rock spectacle of Maggie Barry and Michael Antonio Studio at Exchange LA, the debut of the L.A. Fashion Council's events with Jen Awad and Victor Wilde's Bohemian Society shows, and Louis Verdad's return to the runway at Style LA at Vibiana. See all of the pictures from "Lina In L.A.: LAFW FTW!."
Tessie NavarroPsychobilly band Koffin Kats headlined Saturday night at The Airliner performing alongside Starlite Wranglers, Silver Shine, Vagrant Dead, Wreckin Katz and Tres Muertos. The event also featured burlesque performances by The Coffin Bangers Gorelesque and allowed guests to participate in a Halloween costume contest. See all of the pictures from "Koffin Kats @ The Airliner."
Nanette GonzalesThe living dead strutted down the catwalk Saturday night at the annual Zombie Fashion Show and Creature Art Exhibit hosted by Pancakes and Booze. The event took place at The Mezz Bar inside the historic Alexandria Hotel. Over 50 special effect makeup artists competed to for a cash prize and bragging rights for Best Zombie Makeup. The Halloween-themed show also featured artists doing live painting and music by synth pop band Glass Battles. See all of the pictures from "Zombie Fashion Show @ The Mezz Bar."
Tessie NavarroIndie hip hop artist G-Eazy headlined a sold out show at The Roxy, as he kicked off the west coast end of his "Plastic Dreams" tour. Opening up the show was Apple Jax, Danny Seth, Kyle aka K.I.D. and finally a crowd favorite, DJ Carnage. G-Eazy also surprised fans during his encore when he was joined on stage by fellow hip hop artist T. Mills, and DJ Carnage. See all of the pictures from "G-Eazy @ The Roxy."
Nanette GonzalesCoffin Case and Monster Energy kicked off Halloween weekend with Coffin's Halloween Ball, starting the fun early and setting the tone for a great weekend of partying in disguise. MOSH and Cleo Viper performed live burlesque to adoring fans, and Christopher Wonder intrigued the crowd with a hilarious magic show. See all of the pictures from "Coffin Case Halloween Ball @ Saint Felix."