June 14th, 2010 · No Comments
MAY 25: RED SWEATER + BIG WHUP + CALIFORNIA CONDORS + DJS LITHUANIAN PRINCE + HITS AND MRS + CHRIS ZIEGLER (LA RECORD)
May 24th, 2010 · No Comments
May 6th, 2010 · No Comments
There is a lot going on in belles of the ball Big Whup—a lot of instruments, a lot of vocal acrobatics, a combination unicorn/Pegasus/microphone named Party!, some adorable hopping and dancing, etc.
May 1st, 2010 · No Comments
Download: Big Whup “Boniz Heart” [Audio clip: view full post to listen] (from the self-titled 7″ available soon from Big Whup) KXLU, L.A. RECORD AND PAUS PRESENT BIG WHUP WITH PIZZA!, 60 WATT KID AND SO MANY WIZARDS ON SAT., MAY 1, AT THE SMELL, 247 S. MAIN ST., DOWNTOWN. 9 PM / $5 / [...]
April 29th, 2010 · No Comments
October 31st, 2009 · No Comments
Elainelayabout captured performances at Planetarium‘s closing event. Global Inheritance brought a little environmental art to Hollywood and Highland. The organic wine and snap peas were tasty. The Amy Winehouse themed golf cart that runs on ethanol was cool. We saw the stars once more inside the handmade office paper and rice glue observatory and enjoyed [...]
TONIGHT: PLANETARIUM CLOSING PARTY WITH AMANDA JO WILLIAMS + TIJUANA PANTHERS + BIG WHUP + MICHAEL NHAT + CAVE COUNTRY
October 20th, 2009 · No Comments
September 17th, 2009 · 3 Comments
If you just rolled out of a bus and wanted to immerse yourself in the newest funnest music playing at artsy dives like Pehrspace and the Vermont House, you’d do well to start by dipping your toes into these tunes, curated by the kids at Cal Arts (way cheerier than those dicks at Otis) and full of mirth and humor and wonderment and lo-fi gung-ho do-it-yourselfitude. Not all of these songs seem to be world premieres, and only a few of these groups actually attend Cal Arts, but with small-band dynamite like Pizza! and Voice on Tape, you just can’t go wrong.
August 14th, 2009 · 2 Comments
The extinct Los Angeles Public Access studio brought David Liebe Hart and Adam Papagan together. They are now known for their music, which merges Adam’s multi-instrumentalist pop compositions with David’s soulful narratives about women and trains and extra-terrestrials. They met Drew Denny to discuss religion, UFOs and lotus flowers.
July 17th, 2009 · No Comments
Kyoung Kim and Drew Denny—who is also part of L.A. RECORD—are not (quite yet) going to change the world, but they will reflect it back more clearly with the Reclamations series. First is Planetarium, a dome made of recycled parts where you can see the stars inside Hollywood and Highland. This interview by Daiana Feuer.