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Before a special opening-night rooftop performance, we talked to Exene Cervenka and John Does about the new exhibit chronicling their four decades in the L.A. music scene.
Other than the perplexingly named Willy Northpole, no rapper has come close to breaking out of Phoenix. But the trio of Ritchie With a T, Stepa J. Groggs and Parker Corey are out to change that.
We talked to Bumblefoot and Gilby Clarke about their latest projects and their thoughts on the humongous GNR reunion.
The Panama native, now based in Miami, has songs featured on over 160 albums, including many big hits in the Latin world. But "Despacito" has been "like a fever," she says.
"We’re doing over 20 songs," says frontman Jeremy Bolm of the two hometown shows, which cap off a year of opening for Thursday and playing larger venues.
David Lynch's Transcendental Meditation festival, now in its second year, brought films, speakers and live music to the Theatre at Ace Hotel.
Electric guitar sales may be down, but no one got that memo at Desert Daze, where guitar-driven sets by Iggy Pop, Ty Segall and Eagles of Death Metal dominated.
As the official DJ of the Lakers, Jeremy Roueche has to keep the crowd excited — but also find an appropriate track to play when a player gets injured.
I learned to love lone wolfing it at live music events. You can, too.
Over the course of a two-hour set, Dave Gahan, Martin Gore and Andy Fletcher proved that they remain the best synth-pop live act in the business.
To hear Mark Morales and Wally Caro talk is the sound of teamwork — everything is, "Wally and me thought this," or "When Mark and I decided that." Their unified vision, love of the old school and familial attitude spawned Angel City Records, a four-year-old label and production company dedicated...
This Sunday on KCRW, Henry is back with music from The Damned, Buzzcocks, Roky Erickson, Nico and much more.
Groove Cruise 2017 got a welcome dose of underground sounds courtesy of Lee Reynolds, Marbs and RYBO.
From best jazz club to best all-ages venue, our writers and editors pick their favorite music spots from across the greater L.A. area.
Even after the Las Vegas mass shooting, don't expect any progress on gun control. Instead, we'll just have to keep heeding Sen. John Thune's advice to "get small."
With 15 members, Urban Renewal Project bring a big-band quality to their modern mix of hip-hop, jazz and soul music.
Part of the Red Bull Music Academy Festival, Ryoji Ikeda's "A [for 100 cars]" turns competitive car stereos into an avant-garde work of sound art.
During the late ’90s, you could amble into almost any college dorm in Southern California and holler, "We be the crew, guess who?” Someone would be sure to shout back, “the J-U-R-A-double-S-I-C. We’re in the place to be.”
For the first time since 2013, L.A. burners will once again be able to party in the park near Chinatown and DTLA.
"L.A. has been there for us from day one, really," Dave Gahan says of his band's Angeleno fan base, reflecting on what led Depeche Mode to a record-breaking four-night run at the Hollywood Bowl.