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Members of Femme Fatale, Poison Dollys, Precious Metal and Phantom Blue look back at the days when dudes dressed like ladies — and ladies couldn't get radio play.
Ahead of a show with punk legends X, the singer-songwriter reflects on what it means to carry the torch for Golden State country music.
The Williamsburg venue, which closed in 2012, will be resurrected by its original owners, with help from local artists including Mia Doi Todd, in Frogtown this April.
Mr. Carmack, Justin Martin and the Desert Hearts DJs will also perform.
Perhaps because of political fatigue, festivalgoers stuck to dancing all weekend long, leaving their ideologies at home.
Bjork, Sigor Ros, Mum, Olof Arnalds, Johann Johannsson and many more will grace Walt Disney Concert Hall over the next several weeks.
The L.A. Phil's conductor laureate on Iceland's unique place in modern music, working with Sigur Rós, and his love of Foo Fighters.
On March 25, 2016, Nicholas "Pumpkin" Alvarado was killed in a car accident. At a party on the anniversary of his death, it was clear how much his spirit continues to inspire friends and fans.
One of the biggest (and only) dance music street parties in Los Angeles returns this Saturday, April 1.
Ten years ago, Kim Anh was young gay woman and music lover who’d moved from New York to Los Angeles to work in music for TV. She loved club life, but when she went out in this city, she found herself feeling totally isolated. The DJ/musician, who got her start...
On their latest album, "The Eternal Getdown," the son jarocho-influenced East L.A. band strives to go beyond mere protest music.
Mark your calendars: April 22 is Record Store Day. Until then, enjoy another great KCRW set from the one and only Henry Rollins.
Henry D'Arthenay sits in the living room of his new apartment in Mexico City, thousands of miles away from his hometown of Caracas, Venezuela. We're a few weeks shy of four years when the singer/guitarist for Latin rock group La Vida Bohème spent two hours with me on Skype, explaining the massive...
With a three-year-old and a four-month-old in tour, Kelly Ogden and Luis Cabezas are back on the road in support of their latest, Whiplash Splash.
America is simply not designed for a great majority of the population to be healthy. There's too much profit to be made from people staying sick.
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...