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Bridezilla EP – Album Review

Delivering beautiful music filled with luscious breathy vocals and a delicate yet powerful orchestration of sound, Australian quintet Bridezilla, is set to release their EP in September. Already nearing completion of their highly anticipated LP, Bridezilla has played alongside Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds, The Dirty Three and Sia. In the emotionally powerful track […]

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Bicycel Film Festival Starts Today!

The Bicycel Film Festival starts today in Los Angeles! There’s a whole lot of cool events going on Aug. 26-30 through out the great city of Angels, so grab you bike and pedal on down to some fun. Wednesday, Aug. 26 “BIKES ROCK” Featuring Deerhunter and Blank Blue Doors at 8:00PM Center For the Arts, […]

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Karen O and The Kids – "All is Love"

The spastic sexy front woman of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Karen O has put out some new music for the highly anticipated feature film, “Where The Wild Things Are.” Enlisting some famed indie musicians to help compose the music, along with the cute singing of kids totally out of tune, the new single titled “All […]

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What’s Going on This Weekend La?

If your a music lover, this is the weekend to be in LA! Tons of shows going on and five different music festivals; Busker Fest, Sunset Junction, Fidotrust Fest, Epicentre 2009, and The Heroes of Woodstock. It’s gonna be a banger! ♥ = Top picks Friday Shows ♥ Busker Fest w/Cold War Kids @ Long […]

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What’s Going on This Weekend LA?

Pretty mellow weekend ahead and not too much beach action compared to last weekend’s beach-side madness! Always the goods in LA, nonetheless. ♥ = Top picks Friday, Aug. 14, 2009 Shows Depeche Mode w/ Peter Bjorn & John @ Cricket Wireless Amphitheater Immortal Technique @ Knitting Factory ♥ The Dan Band @ Club Nokia ♥ […]

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RIP Les Paul (June 9, 1915 – August 13, 2009)

Where would rock ‘n’ roll be with out this legendary guitarist? Paving the way for a progressive world of music with his electric guitar and studio recording innovations, Les Paul, “The Wizard of Waukesha,” will forever be remembered. According to Gibson Guitar, Paul died of complications from pneumonia at White Plains Hospital. His family and […]

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Fool’s Gold – A Must See! Download Their Free MP3 of “Surprise Hotel.”

Damn, this song is just fuckin beautifully orchestrated with some delicious vocals to match. Makes me wish I was back in Brazil for three months of hedonistic bliss. Fool’s Gold, the LA collective that weaves together western art-pop aesthetics with African rhythms and melodies, will release their self-titled, debut album on Sept. 29 on IAMSOUND. […]

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Wanderlust Festival 2009 Day 3

For most normal people, day three of their music festival experience is usually the most mellowed out. That was most certainly not the case at Wanderlust. Although day three was probably the busiest and most exhausting for me, it was also a flurry of fun into the late night hours (early morning hours). After another […]

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Wanderlust Festival 2009 Day 1

Considering the big night we had in the city (San Francisco) the night before, I give my crew and myself a pat-on-the-back for making it through that three hour drive to Tahoe. Between a constant headache and frequent waves of nausea, El Jimador sure kicked us in the ass. But all that came to a […]

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What’s Going on This Weekend LA?

Some goods here and there… Friday, June 26, 2009 Aretha Franklin (Dayum!) @ Hollywood Bowl Ida Maria @ Detroit Bar A Flock of Seagulls, Dramarama, When in Rome, Gene Loves Jezebel @ House of Blues Anaheim The B-52’s @ Canyon Club Papercuts, Port O’Brien @ The Echo Electric Daisy Carnival @ LA Colisium Bone Thugs-N-Harmony […]

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