Andy Hermann is L.A. Weekly's music editor. His work has also appeared in Metromix (where he was national music editor), XLR8R, BPM, the Daily Dot and the Boston Phoenix. He lives in Highland Park and loves house music, wine, cats and Phil Collins, though not necessarily in that order.
1 year ago | The '80s Were Amazing
Four of L.A.'s best tribute bands join forces at the Saban on Friday, Dec. 1, for an evening of music from David Bowie and the "Holy Trinity" of '80s bands he influenced: The Smiths, The Cure and Depeche Mode.
1 year ago | Awards
With worth artists of color dominating the field, including Jay-Z, Kendrick Lamar, SZA and Bruno Mars, it's the best Grammy class in recent memory.
1 year ago | Los Angeles Concerts
Though some old-school fans may miss the element of danger that accompanied GNR concerts in the past, most would have to agree that the polished, professional GNR of 2017 is a welcome improvement.
1 year ago | Goodbye
KSWD The Sound is gone. In its place: K-LOVE, a Christian contemporary music station.
1 year ago | Lawsuits
The longtime Low End Theory associate has countered two women's claims that he drugged and raped them in 2013 with a lawsuit seeking $5 million in damages.