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Wanna buy a mermaid guitar? How about one made out of old skateboards? The custom guitar-makers at NAMM have something for everyone — but it'll cost you.
Where else can you visit six historic DTLA theaters, take in live music and visual art, and participate in a silent disco and "chessboxing" — all for free?
The arts and music festival returns this Memorial Day weekend with another packed lineup of house, techno and underground electronic sounds.
The singer-songwriter-keyboardist wraps up her Tuesday night residency in Highland Park with shows on Jan. 24 and Jan. 31.
There's zero lip-syncing at this show, which features a full rock band backing drag stars Courtney Act, Derrick Barry and Sharon Needles among others.
Too often, supergroups are less than the sum of their parts. These 20 underwhelm the most.
Superstar DJ Keoki, who spent a lot of time in Los Angeles, was arrested after a TV producer died of a suspected drug overdose in New York, according to those who know him.
Co-hosts Thomas Klepper and Josh Clark reflect on what their parties such a success — and why they eventually had to stop.
[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 #408 01-22–17 Fanatic!...
The legendary British DJ's latest project includes a three-disc compilation spanning three decades and a worldwide tour combining turntables with today's DJ technology.
DJ/producer turned documentary filmmaker Wade Randolph Hampton recalls when a Scott Hardkiss tape inspired the birth of his legendary party crew, CPU101.
If there was ever a reason to improve the country’s educational systems, just look at where your country is right now. It’s not an intellectually agile majority that got us here.
Public safety and security costs have increased nearly twentyfold at the popular free summer concerts since 2013, forcing the city of Santa Monica to consider scaling back or ending the series
The Minneapolis rapper-singer, now based in L.A., booked her Jan. 20 show at the Echoplex months before the election. But now it feels a little extra meaningful.
Surviving Doors members Robby Krieger and John Densmore recall the long-gone days of bohemian Venice, when an ocean-view apartment cost $75 a month.
After tiring of throwing more conventional Hollywood parties for the likes of Hugh Hefner, promoter Christoper Jackson turned his attention to the underground scene.
An insanely deep dive into the prog-metal giants' insanely deep catalog, from the throwaways (sorry, purists) to the classics.
The creator of L.A. Rams theme song "My Squad" loves bringing together elements of Bay Area and South Central hip-hop.
From T. Rex to Roxy Music to The Pixies, David Bowie was never shy about stealing ideas from the real vanguard artists and making them his own.
"We were misplaced," frontman and sole remaining original member Joe Leste says of his band's short-lived run at the tail end of the hair metal era.