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Album of the Week: Dawn Fades

3 months ago by Alex Distefano
Dawn Fades are an L.A.-based post-metal band that will be releasing its self-titled debut album via Metal Assault Records on Friday, Feb. 8. The band’s lineup consists of guitarists Nate Hertweck and Adam El-Gerbi, vocalist Sam Sherwood, bassist Markus Erren Pardiñas and drummer Scott Quist.
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Fall Brings a Multifaceted, Multicultural Mix to L.A.'s Theater Scene

8 months ago by L.A. Weekly
L.A. theater audiences have plenty to choose from the next few months when it comes to dynamic and dramatic entertainment onstage. There are shows aplenty, from touring to homegrown productions, brand new and just kicking off their West Coast premieres. We couldn’t list all of them, but here are a few of the highlights worth marking your calendars for, both now-running and upcoming.
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Best of L.A.: Music — R&B, Country, Pop, Jazz and Everything Else

11 months ago by L.A. Weekly
Music encompasses so many categories and crossovers, and we had to put them all somewhere. Here's the "everything else" list.
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Anatomy or You?

10 years ago by Ann Haskins
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8 Cheap and Free Things to Do This Week

2 years ago by LA Weekly
A pay-what-you-can musical comedy fest, a march in remembrance of the riots South L.A., a Richard Linklater double feature and more to do and see in L.A this week for 10 bucks or less. Less than a year after it opened its doors in 2016, Hollywood's pay-what-you-can Pack Theater hosts...
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22 Best Things to Do in L.A. This Week

2 years ago by LA Weekly
Our very own Burgers & Beer event, dance performances on the Santa Monica Pier, the tale of a fake black metal band, and more fun stuff to do and see in L.A. this week. fri 4/28 No one really reads anymore, so co-promoters Goldenvoice and Red Light Management are presenting...
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Cannes' Beguilements: Relishing the Latest From Lanthimos, Coppola and Baumbach

2 years ago by Bilge Ebiri
Imagine a remake of Cape Fear shot like Kubrick’s The Shining, with Max Cady recast as a child, and you’ll have some idea of the strangeness of Yorgos Lanthimos’s The Killing of a Sacred Deer. The film has quickly proved to be one of the most divisive titles at this...
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Is The Joshua Tree Bigger Than U2? That's How It Felt Saturday at the Rose Bowl

2 years ago by Andy Hermann
In a performance that felt almost gracious, stripped of any rock-star posturing, U2 embraced the music of an album they've spent much of their career running away from.
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Best Radio Station Art Project

KCHUNG Radio

Founded by a loose collection of CalArts grads in 2011, KCHUNG Radio mixes talk, experimental performance and music in an anarchic format (no rigorous schedules, no rules). For example, under his alias Guru Rugu, artist Adam Overton once aired an eight-hour show in which he and a handful of guests...
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8 Cheap and Free Things to Do This Week

2 years ago by LA Weekly
A free screening of Rosemary's Baby, a free literature fest, a free party at the California African American Museum and more fun stuff to do for little to no money this week. You know what they call Pulp Fiction in Paris? Probably the same thing they call it here —...

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