Posts Tagged ‘los angeles’

It’s the most wonderful time of the year… That special night when all of the boys and girls in every major city in the world go out into the night and celebrate the start of a new year by drinking enough to forget everything that happened in the last year, which is actually a great […]

I sat down with the Bristol conglomerate the afternoon before their performance at The Echoplex on Tuesday, February 12.  I stop short of calling them a “supergroup” because I’m almost positive they’d scoff at the title.  I met them poolside at The Roosevelt on Hollywood Blvd., a destination drummer Geoff Barrow said they booked on […]

  Troubadour Presents : Dead Meadow Thu. 02/14 | 8:00PM 2013 has a serious case of the 1967’s. The unabashed revival of psychedelic rock has been the indie weapon of choice this year, and to wide acclaim.  Foxygen and Unknown Mortal Orchestra dusted off vintage productions in 2013 and will be offering up their dose […]

Photos by Lucky Smith Words by Esteban The various roomy warehouses throughout downtown LA stand like rich forestry in a city where industry is the new nature and venues flourish like foliage. Among those empty dwellings, the incognito KGB Studios is a diamond in the rough, playing host to the tenth Chocolate and Art event […]

By: Ashley Berry On the evening of Wednesday, December 5th, 2012, the lobby of 5900 Wilshire Blvd., home to the headquarters of Los Angeles Magazine, was transformed into a wintery wonderland of holiday-inspired cocktails, delectable small bites, tunes spun by DJ Hem, and a general sense of merriment for the second annual Los Angeles Magazine Big Holiday […]

What would have been an average festival with a decent line up of performers was transformed into a magical evening of musical wonderment simply because of the venue at which the 3rd LA Folk Fest was held. Zorthian Ranch could easily be dismissed as a hippie haven tucked away in the Altadena hills, and although the […]

Often a way to bait old folks out of their aromatic dens and get them to splurge on $20 root beers, free summer concerts tend to suck. Imagine our surprise, then, when we heard about several upcoming free concert series’ with a decent line-up of performers this year. Check out some new acts this summer, […]