The renowned blues-rock band played as part of Thornton’s 125th anniversary last Friday.
Before talking about what the Kings of Convenience’s new album Declaration of Dependence is, let’s clarify what it isn’t: experimental or innovative.
Both lovers and loathers of the Twilight saga can agree on one thing: The films’ music supervisor is doing something right.
Looking to eschew electronica stereotypes, USC alumni founded the label Binary Entertainment to cultivate innovative LA musicians.
Passion Pit gained quick notoriety, thanks in part to online critics and bloggers.
After a summer of touring the world and playing festivals, Hockey returns to the states to celebrate the release of Mind Chaos.
Renowned sitar virtuoso Nishat Khan stuns concertgoers at Bovard Auditorium Sunday.
After more than 30 years together, British punkers The Raincoats finally play LA.
Air, the French electronic duo that never fails to deliver great albums, has released yet another compelling record in its already impressive repertoire — Love 2. Through the years, Air has solidified itself as one of the most interesting minimalist electronica acts, and with Love 2, it’s apparent Air will carry that banner for years […]
Five minutes into Stark Raving Black, I started looking at my watch. Then I realized I do not own a watch and proceeded to start daydreaming about what my watch would look like if I did wear one, and whether or not it would suit me. Then Lewis Black yelled, and my attention snapped back […]