All the info for tomorrow’s Party Weirdo fest in Long Beach!
November 13th, 2009 · No Comments
November 12th, 2009 · 1 Comment
Download: Gangi “Commonplace Feathers” (from A out now on White Noise) L.A. RECORD cover alum Gangi (now with drummer Chris Hathwell from Moving Units/Festival of Dead Deer) join fellow L.A. RECORD graduates Dead Meadow, Restavrant, 60 Watt Kid, Rainbow Arabia, Scotty Coats and more at Long Beach’s first-ever Party Weirdo fest this Saturday! We’ll be DJ-ing the main stage in the evening and then enjoying the rest of the fest and especially looking forward to Pubes dropping in from orbit for an obliterative finale. All ages until 10 PM so please come and visit if you can!
L.A. RECORD + THE ACADEMY PRESENT PARTY WEIRDO ON NOV. 14 w/DEAD MEADOW + RAINBOW ARABIA + RESTAVRANT + DJ PUBE$ + MORE!
October 22nd, 2009 · No Comments
L.A. RECORD is happy to team up with the Academy, WESC and Crush Brothers to present this all-day-til-last-call event in downtown Long Beach at the Basement with L.A. RECORD alums like Dead Meadow, Rainbow Arabia, Restavrant, 60 Watt Kid, Scotty Coats and our superhuman Cha Cha buddy DJ Pubes plus many more! Stay tuned for more updates and info and hope to see you there!
October 6th, 2009 · 1 Comment
till dazed askew from their US tour, DC natives and godfathers of sludgy psych, Dead Meadow played a free homecoming show at some unheard of warehouse space in downtown L.A. to a few dozen of the band’s closest comrades.
October 16th, 2008 · 5 Comments
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September 5th, 2008 · 1 Comment
A documentary tracing heavy rock/stoner rock/doom/etc. from the ’70s til right now made by L.A. RECORD friend and supporter Jessica Hundley—last seen at Don’t Knock The Rock (alongside a set by Earthless) and screening tonight for free at the Echoplex to prepare for Sunday’s Manifest Destiny show. Lovely art plus more info below.
June 12th, 2008 · No Comments
Our highly recognizable artists Joe and Luke McGarry have just signed their band Pop Noir to RCRD LBL, also sometime online home of L.A. RECORD alums like Abe Vigoda, Crystal Antlers, Cold War Kids, Dead Meadow, Flying Lotus, HEALTH, No Age, Mae Shi and more. Congrats to them and we look forward to a triumphant commemorative self-portrait. Words from RCRD LBL plus an MP3 below: “What Interpol are to Joy Division, Pop Noir are to New Order—their new single “Girls of Prey” could be an epic cut from the Mancunians classic LP Power, Corruption and Lies, such is its sheer pop power and ’80s throwback sheen. And when we say sheen, we do mean sheen: if “Girls of Prey” got any deliciously glossier it…