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On his No Jumper podcast, Adam Grandmaison has discovered a Howard Stern–like gift for coaxing information out of rappers.
The broad-based genre once marketed as "Latin alternative" isn't just for Latinos anymore.
And thanks to rappers like Kid Cudi, Chance the Rapper, Ill Camille, Big Sean and Isaiah Rashad, mental health is becoming less of a taboo subject in the black community.
A Tribe Called Quest, Iggy Pop, Erykah Badu, Solange and Anderson.Paak are among the other confirmed acts.
Jackson Browne, Beach Boys lyricist Van Dyke Parks and The Pogues’ Cait O’Riordan are among the numerous musicians joining the Wild Honey Orchestra on March 25 at the Alex Theatre in Glendale to pay tribute to The Band and raise money for the Autism Think Tank. One of The Band’s...
From alleged one-hit wonders (Wall of Voodoo) to near-forgotten super-obscurities (Cleaners From Venus, anyone?), here are 10 more reasons to love the '80s.
The L.A.-based, Minnesota-bred drummer turned rapper gets deep with a new album called "Movie" and a new movie called "Album."
"It’s not some corporation throwing the event, it’s a collective of people that have come together because they really love festivals," said one of the evening's DJs, David Starfire.
Known for weaving acoustic instruments into a classic techno sound, the German producer pushes his sound further on his debut solo album, "Eternal Something."
The neon-green hair Posner and Blackbear sported at the Grammys reflects the outrageous, DGAF attitude of their new R&B project.
Jazz drummer and beatmaker Karriem Riggins just had a hell of a year. He produced Kanye West’s “30 Hours,” co-wrote and featured on Kaytranada’s “Bus Ride” and co-produced all of Common’s latest album, Black America Again with his fellow L.A. jazz/hip-hop artist, keyboardist Robert Glasper. Following Riggins’ critically acclaimed debut...
The mouse-headed DJ/producer wants to trademark Meowingtons, but there's already an American company using that name. Now they're taking each other to court.
[Every Sunday from 8 to 10 p.m., Henry Rollins brings an exclusive mix of songs old and new to listeners at 89.9 FM, KCRW. Visit KCRW.com for more information and to stream his show online, or peruse the Radio Notes archives to see past playlists.] RADIO BROADCAST #416 03-19–17 Fanatic!...
Known for her appearances on spooky humor podcast "Welcome to Night Vale," the L.A.-based artist returns to Hotel Cafe this weekend.
Just further proof that Iggy is the Undisputed Heavyweight Champion of Rock & Roll.
Coachella's parent company Goldenvoice wants the festival's name removed from all Urban Outfitters products.
Plus parties curated by Sound Nightclub and Mad Decent, as well as headliners Madeon, Dillon Francis and Nicky Hilton.
The Detroit techno legend's new show will use multiple cameras to create dramatic visuals taking audiences inside Hawtin's live show like never before.
We talk politics, performance art and internet shaming with the actress, performance artist and Bongwater legend.
Featuring guest vocals from the likes of SZA and Syd, the debut album from the Fade to Mind label boss mixes gauzy vocals with gritty beats.