Everyone tells me I have to go this club called Berghain. “It’s like probably the best club in Europe” my friend says, then thinks for a minute and corrects himself: “maybe the world.” “Bring water,” another friend offers. “And don’t show up until 2 am. Actually,” his voice raises and he smiles. “You could come [...]
The band is “Very Be Careful” Their music is instantly dance inducing. VBC plays old school Vallenato and Cumbia, the Colombian Caribbean blend of African, Indigenous, and European influences. Traditionally combining accordion, bass and a range of percussion, the jerky rhythmic energy and delirious melodies of the Cumbia and accordion-driven Vallenato sounds will appeal to [...]
Adam Bones just wants to RockNroll.
Mister Nervous plays the GOOD HURT on Wednesday October 6th @ 11pm.
The Active Set and Cola Cola bring punchy poppy crunchy fun to Chinatown tonight 9/23.
ViSE ViRSA: They write good songs, sing ‘em good, and play real good.
Tonight MISTER NERVOUS is heading back over to Cranes to blow the doggone doors off.
There’s no celebration like a Brazilian Carnival celebration, especially when it’s the 13th annual Brazilian Independance Day Carnival! The Long Beach Promenade hosts this year’s Rio-style carnival, a Trio-Electrio parade, food, bands, and more color than you can shake a stick at! Headlining the entertainment for this year’s event is SambaLa Samba School, Made in [...]
The Monthlies. bake tasty upbeat pop confections with dark chewy centers
Part rock concert, part vaudevillian spectacle and part extreme sports event ELEMENOPY shows are intense adrenaline fueled adventures for the band and it’s audience alike.
Remember your first time? All fresh and virginal, being dragged by your more worldly friends to the theater, completely unaware of what lay beyond the doors? And the scene unfolded around you like a 70′s heyday – rampant underwear runs, blue-humored hosts, and lascivious eyes everywhere. Heaven, no? On Sept. 25, you can relive your [...]
Most folks I talk to who’ve seen TOMMY SANTEE KLAWS play live do not forget the experience.
“Country girl from outer space” Amanda Jo Williams has been winning over Angelinos with her uncanny ability to project an unfiltered open heart through her cartoonishly vulnerable voice and her spare elemental compositions
Everyone knows about it, and you either love it or hate it, but this year’s Sunset Junction Street Fair, scheduled to take place this weekend, promises to be one of the best in years, judging from the line-up of music acts. It just might be worth the ticket price this year! The most notable acts [...]
Downtown LA, it’s time to party. OBD-X is a huge block party happening in the Old Bank District on 4th Street between Spring and Main Streets and Main between 3rd and 5th Streets this Saturday, August 21st from 4PM to 1AM. Admission is free! Think Art Walk. The street celebration will include food and drinks, art [...]
Polaroids of the Adult Film Industry at A&I Gallery by Rick Shameless
Ladies and Gentlemen, Nisei Week is go! If you haven’t been to Little Tokyo yet to check out all the Japanese goodness, strap on your jetpack and go! Saturday boasts such OMG fanfare as the Queen’s Coronation Dinner, a car show (not just any car show, a Show Off Car Show – if you ain’t [...]
Mister Nervous and The Sundowners play at beautiful BORDELLO 8/17
Bloomfest 2010 is a celebration of all things Downtown Arts District, and features open studios, live bands, food trucks, vendors, and all the famous and infamous art that Downtown LA is known for. A little like the Downtown LA Artwalk, but this one strikes us as awesome. Happening on August 14th, downtown LA will fling [...]
Now’s about high time you go check out fast-emerging LA artist Michael Pukac. Relevant, timely and timeless, and beautifully executed, Pukac is well-situated in the current steampunk art movement, while distancing his work through content and tone. This Friday the 13th, the Imaginary Light Bulb Factory proudly presents Pukac’s solo show, “A Dreampunk Review”, at [...]
Had enough of the LA Zoo for one summer? With their live animals walking around on all 4′s? Come to Royal/T this Friday night, and experience an altogether different kind of zoo – The Nonlife Zoo. Not only is it a fun excuse to bring out your furry inclinations, it’ll also make you think about [...]
Looks can be deceiving, which seems to be the central theme for Jonathan Yeo’s “Porn in the USA” collage exhibition in Beverly Hills. Our chance encounter with the work began with three little words: Viewer Discretion Advised. Seeing that statement on the doors of what appeared to be an enormous flash gallery space on Beverly [...]
Thought you could just sit at home and watch reality shows on this random Tuesday evening? You thought wrong! Enrich your life with art from young local emerging artists at the Circassians, Curiosities, and Conspiracies show at the Daydream Republic tomorrow night. Circassians, by the way, are the original inhabitants of Caucasus. You life is [...]