In the ’90s, girls and boys raced to boom boxes to listen to the latest mix tape made by their significant others. But in a generation where iPods have replaced CDs and cassette tapes, the personalized compilations in which teenagers poured their souls have turned into mechanical playlists created by the genius button in iTunes. […]
Musician Devendra Banhart gave an intimate performance in Chinatown last Thursday.
In 2002, four North London blokes banded together to form The Rakes — a snappy, in-your-face rock band known for its politically conscious tunes and moody melodies. Spitting humor and lyric-heavy songs across two successful records, the band released its newest album Klang on Oct. 20. Over seven wild years, the young quartet made of […]
He explored other career paths, but senior Kenton Chen has always gravitated to music.
Regina Spektor enchants concert-goers with new and old songs at the Greek Theatre Wednesday.
With a new album and an opening gig for Regina Spektor, the NY-based band is quickly climbing up the indie-rock ladder.
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.