Nick Waterhouse wrapped up the US leg of his 2012 tour to an appreciative crowd at the El Rey Sunday evening. Special guest Ty Segall joined the band on drums for a number. LA’s Allah-Las opened, and joined Waterhouse onstage for an encore at the end of the night. Waterhouse continues on to the European [...]
October 22nd, 2012 · 1 Comment
FYF FEST DAY 2: ALLAH-LAS, WHITE FENCE, DINOSAUR JR., GARFUNKEL AND OATES, DAVID CROSS, LIGHTNING BOLT, BRENT WEINBACH, SEAN O’CONNOR, BRENDON WALSH, CONVERGE, AMERICAN NIGHTMARE
September 10th, 2012 · No Comments
“Here are some keys! We got at least two people involved… the guy who lost his keys and the guy who threw the keys and hit me in the face!”
September 7th, 2012 · 1 Comment
… the real theme of SoCal and of this album is upheaval, just like the teenage surf bands of old had to go through in the mid-60s, when playing “Miserlou” had become passé but before they’d fully discovered how to have a rave-up with the Yardbirds.
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The Silver Lake Jubilee started the weekend out right with many local bands on many stages, including Autolux, Kinky, Letting Up Despite Great Faults, La Santa Cecilia, Matthewdavid, Las Cafeteras, Virtual Boy, The Record Company, JJAMZ, Allah-Las, Moses Campbell, XBXRX, Dunes Catwalk, Robert DeLong and Wildcat! Wildcat! on the Sunset and Hoover stages. Photos by [...]
MAY. 26-27: JUBILEE w KINKY + ALOE BLACC + AUTOLUX + FAMILY OF THE YEAR + LA SERA + LA SANTA CECILIA + THE SOFT PACK + ABE VIGODA + TONS MORE!
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APR. 12-22: MOON BLOCK PARTY PRESENTS DESERT DAZE FESTIVAL w DENGUE FEVER + AKRON/ FAMILY + MOVING UNITS + DEAD MEADOW + MORE
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February 17th, 2012 · 2 Comments
V. Vale is a founding father of West Coast independent publishing—his ’77 Search and Destroy zine is one of the four secret parents of L.A. RECORD, and his Re/Search books are a decontamination manual for the human mind. He will be speaking with L.A. RECORD alum Henry Rollins at the L.A. Zine Fest on Sunday, which will be followed by a free afterparty with the Allah Las, Cold Showers and Neverever! This interview by Chris Ziegler.