From Murderdolls to Detroit Cobras: The 145th LA Weekly playlist, reviewing the musicians that we’ve been writing about all week, is live now. There’s electronic music from Bloody Mary, hip-hop from Price, horror punk from the Misfits and Murderdolls, garage rock from the Detroit Cobras, whatever the fuck Yungblud makes, and so much more.

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Catfight Coffee (Nathan Elliot)

From Murderdolls to Detroit Cobras

Also this week:

In our print feature with Catfight Coffee, Acey Slade told us that, “As long as I can remember, I’ve loved coffee. Where this started to become an idea was when I was playing with Joan Jett. We were afforded the luxury in a band like that of not having to set up our own gear, and really not having anything to do until soundcheck at about 6 p.m. So that left the whole day with nothing to do. It’s like, I know where the cool places are in New York, L.A. and Chicago, but I sure don’t know where the cool place is in North Dakota. I would look on Yelp for where the cool coffee places were because, 1) I wanted a great cup of coffee, and 2) usually where the independent coffee places are is where the used record stores and instrument stores are. Independent coffee shops are kind of the hub of artistic culture, I think.”

In “Not Another DJ,” Bloody Mary said that, “I learned how to play with turntables at an early age, and that’s how I got to become a resident DJ of an infamous club in the South of France in the mid 2000s. I’d say my career got more serious in 2009, after releasing my debut album Black Pearl. In 2010, I started my vinyl label Dame-Music, which I still run heavily today. As a music producer, it was necessary to have my own imprint to allow me to not feel restricted with my creativity and output. In 2014, I started playing live on stage with a hardware only set up. These days I keep the live set for special events and I’ve found my balance between performing as a DJ or as a live act. I love synths & gear, and spending hours in my studio is a daily routine.”








































































































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