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Fifty years after its release, Arthur Lee's masterpiece remains your favorite rock band's favorite album — even if most people have still never heard it.
And then, just two months later, began work on the best album of her career, the just-released "Lune Rouge."
The British dance music legend reimagines the classic songs of Ibiza lore with a full orchestral concert at the Hollywood Bowl this month.
Do you remember these immortal songs from Vinnie Vincent Invasion, Trixster, Jetboy, Kix, Steelheart, Bang Tango and Tora Tora?
After 10 years running the Victorian house turned DIY venue in Lincoln Heights, Nogues is moving back to her native Detroit to focus more on her own artistic endeavors.
The punk/emo trio from Rancho Cucamonga graduates this week to playing Tropicalia, their first major festival — alongside several other bands from the I.E.'s thriving, under-the-radar DIY scene.
On their new four-song EP, "Covers #1," the L.A. garage-rockers cover some truly deep cuts and, in doing so, hint at expanding their sound.
The famously PETA-supporting, anti-meat-eating singer has asked past venues to ban meat from his shows, with mixed results.
This Sunday on KCRW, Henry is back with music from Wire, Einstürzende Neubauten, Iggy Pop, David Lynch and more.
Did you know wearing Halloween costumes can lead to demonic possession? Neither did Henry, until his recent visit to Manila.
But she's still not above spitting beer on her fans and stage diving — which made her triumphant tour-ending set at the Palladium all the more satisfying.
A company called Royalty Exchange is enabling songwriters to auction off their back catalogs to private investors, often for ample sums.
The Pharcyde's 1992 classic debut will be reissued Nov. 17 in LP, CD and cassette formats, remastered with bonus material and liner notes by L.A. Weekly columnist Jeff Weiss.
"I see us being right up there with Teragram and Troubadour and Bootleg and Echo," says talent buyer Kyle Wilkerson, who will run the new venue with his Sid the Cat partner Brandon Gonzalez.
Plenty of actors dabble in music, but Folick ditched her acting career entirely to transform herself into a singer-songwriter with a powerful presence.
The influential but often-overlooked singer, writer and journalist, who moved from Cleveland to L.A. in 2011, was known for seminal punk anthems like "Dead End America" and his memoir, "Diary of a Punk."
On his first album in over a decade, "Golden Rail Motel," the infamous "Fuck It" singer sounds reborn — maybe because, after overcoming addiction and label woes, he is.
Our favorite places to drink in Los Angeles, from the dives (Gold Diggers, Harold's Place) to the swanky joints (Walker Inn, Black Rabbit Rose).
In an exclusive excerpt from her new memoir, "Hit So Hard," Schemel describes the audition that led to her joining Hole and becoming close friends with Courtney Love and Kurt Cobain.
Behemoth, Deicide and 11 more bands who make evil music with a message — that message often being, "Hail, Satan!"