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This Sunday on KCRW, Henry serves up songs new and old from David Bowie, Iggy Pop, Lou Reed, Conrad Schnitzler and more.
From "A Hard Day's Night" to "Won't Get Fooled Again," these immortal guitar chords prove that sometimes, it's not the melody or chorus that's the most memorable part of the song.
As the Killer prepares for his Nov. 24 show at Theatre at Ace Hotel, he shares some memories of his career in Los Angeles, from High School Confidential to the Palomino.
Last week, Salvator Mundi, a painting said to be from the hand of Leonardo da Vinci, sold at Christie’s for $450 million. The painting is, apparently, of Jesus Christ. It also looks a little like the Mona Lisa. JC seems to be ever so slightly smiling, but you can’t figure...
Four or five nights a week, the retired clinical laboratory scientist goes out to concerts — and lights them up with his unique, twirling dance moves.
It wasn't just the city's sunshine mythology and seismic doom that had made their way into the new album. It was the city's position as a key geographic and cultural hub within greater Latin America, the city's history as a mecca ofShow More Summary
After blowing away M83 fans on the French band's last tour, the Texas native is back to making her own smoldering, emotive music.
Dancing is what society needs right now, and James Murphy's merry band of disco punks are eager to provide it.
Behind the scenes, the celebs on TBS's new battle-rap competition show "Drop the Mic" get help from a rapper who, at one time, was considered one of the Bay Area's fiercest battlers.
But for the next month, he'll mostly be playing around town with the Secondmen, including two opening dates with X.
The Jakarta native says his rise to fame thanks to viral video "Dat $tick" was so fast that when he goes back to play Indonesia, people assume he's from America.
This Sunday on KCRW, Henry's back with music from Joy Division, Martin Rev AND Alan Vega, Oh Sees, Hawkwind and more more.
A San Francisco hip-hop DJ turned retro party promoter, Paul has found a faithful L.A. audience for his monthly Purple/Jacko-themed dance party.
Read an exclusive excerpt from L.A. Weekly columnist Jeff Weiss' liner notes to the deluxe reissue of one of L.A. hip-hop's greatest albums.
KSWD The Sound is gone. In its place: K-LOVE, a Christian contemporary music station.
The rapper born Gustav Ahr, who blew up last year with his moody "emo rap" sound, was found dead on his tour bus on Wednesday, Nov. 15, outside a club in Tucson.
From Guns N' Roses to Motley Crue, nearly every band that prowled Hollywood in the '80s owed a debt to Hanoi Rocks.
Why are comrade Neville Trump’s defenders OK with Putin, the worst Russian leader since Stalin, walking all over America?
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.
How do you replace two late, great lead singers, Scott Weiland and Chester Bennington? With a former X Factor contestant.