Silverlake Lounge Saturday 1/8/11: Mister Nervous is up first at 6pm, The Ross Sea Party is up at 7 and The Monthlies. at 8. It’s all over by 9pm. We’re gonna give some stuff away too.
Black Friday 11/26 – with Old Californio, The Sundowners and Mister Nervous at the Old Towne Pub
It’s like someone put Reverend Horton Heat, AC/DC, Nirvana and T-Rex in a blender and ran it till the lid blew off.
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.
Tonight MISTER NERVOUS is heading back over to Cranes to blow the doggone doors off.
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.
Most folks I talk to who’ve seen TOMMY SANTEE KLAWS play live do not forget the experience.
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 [...]
Come one come all to the circus of amusement that is the Good Humor show – an art and comedy show featuring chuckle-inducing artists and hilarious comics. Artists include- Michael Pukac,Davis Cooley, Adrienne Walker, Art Martinez, Cupcake Carnival and more artists than you can shake a stick at! Comics include: Matt Claybrooks, a writer for [...]
Mister Nervous and The Sundowners play at beautiful BORDELLO 8/17
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 [...]
For all you Italio-philes who love Jovanotti or even know who he is, rejoice! The advent of the international rappers has come! He will be making his Los Angeles debut on the Santa Monica Pier tomorrow – tonight he’s playing at the Viper Room, along with Chilean-French rapper Ana Tijoux. There’s just something so refreshing [...]
Los Angeles has long been home to some of the strangest, most creative, and wildest bar crawls this side of the San Andreas Fault Line. From the legendary Bunny Hop of Aught-Five to the bleary-eyed Christmas cheer of Santa Con, Los Angeles bar crawls tend to go down in the annals of underground city legend. [...]
Who doesn’t love Bastille Day? No one doesn’t love Bastille Day, that’s who. Not only is Bastille Day an excuse to wear your most questionable of fashions and get chocolate wasted on a vat of red wine, you, but you can enjoy a day of all that is wonderful about France. Spend a languid summer’s [...]
Summer is when LA gets fun, sometimes in a party-all-day way, sometimes in a so-indie-it-hurts way, and sometimes in a flat out weird way. The La Brea Tar Pits and the Page Museum are offering up the latter all summer long, with B Movies and Bad Science, a summer film screening series that only those [...]
Dance Camera West (DCW) presents an outdoor screening of Dzi Croquettes, a lively Brazilian documentary exploring the outrageous all-male cabaret group, Dzi Croquettes, who used an empowering sexuality to counter Brazil’s military dictatorship and revolutionize the gay movement worldwide during the 1970′s. Directed by Tatiana Issa and Raphael Alvarez, this revealing documentary explores the legacy [...]
Timur and The Dime Museum are an operatic exploration of modern jazz and current tunes through a bohemian vaudeville looking glass. Covering songs from 1930s cabaret, Russian gypsy composer Vadim Kozin all the way to Radiohead and David Bowie, Timur and the Dime Museum present music as you’ve never heard it before, and most likely [...]
Soup Kitchen is back once again with its eclectic anything-goes parties that celebrate all things art, music, film, and all things creative. This time, they’re throwing down at one of the weirdest places around, CIA in North Hollywood. Rest assured it’ll be one wild night full of off-the-wall music, indie animations, and just plain weird [...]
There is nothing like beer and boats to start the summer off right. If you like boats, and you like drinking, and can handle drinking on the boat, you’re going to love the Micro Brew Cruise hosted by Morry’s on June 12! Via The Rubber Duck, a 49 passenger amphibious vehicle, you will [...]
With so many things going on this weekend, it’s hard to choose just one! This Memorial Day Weekend brings about one of the coolest festivals around. The 2010 Jazz Reggae Festival is May 30 – 31, from 12 – 7pm, at the UCLA Intramural Field. With an annual attendance of over 30,000 and performances from [...]