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PLAYLIST: “ONE REPORTERS OPINION” (DUBLAB, OCT. 19, 2016)

October 26th, 2016

Here's the playlist from L.A. RECORD editor Chris Ziegler's monthly radio show "One Reporter's Opinion," aired on dublab on Wed., Oct. 19, with new music from Slow Hollows, Daedelus, Low Leaf, Arima Ederra and more! Listen to the show here! The next edition of "One Reporter's Opinion" will be at noon on Wed., Nov. 16. Send us music for consideration! Details on submitting at bottom.

Interview

XL MIDDLETON + EDDY FUNKSTER: GOING TO CUT LOOSE

September 22nd, 2016

Since 2013, XL Middleton and Eddy Funkster have been building a rock-solid foundation for the artists on their Mofunk label. But now they’ve emerged from the studio with the first album they’ve actually made together, and it’s everything you’d expect with extra chrome and neon on top, too. They met on L.A. RECORD editor Chris Ziegler’s “One Reporter’s Opinion” show on dublab to discuss the future, the past and the food at the county fair. Eddy Funkster DJs with the Funkmosphere crew at Sleepless: The Music Center After Hours on Fri., Sept. 23.

Album reviews

SETH BOGART: SELF-TITLED

September 5th, 2016

It’s funny: when I first listened to this I was thinking of Dolly Parton, who—to paraphrase—said it takes a lotta talent to sound this cheap! But by the end, I figured it out. This isn’t cheap ... it’s deep.

Album reviews

TRACY BRYANT: SUBTERRANEAN

February 16th, 2016

Some people use songs to write stories, other make self-portraits, but Subterranean is so sharp and clear its practically a photo … or maybe really a mirror?

Album reviews

TY SEGALL: EMOTIONAL MUGGER

January 22nd, 2016

See, everyone thought this album was about getting mugged—but by the end, you’ll find it’s about getting emotional.

Album reviews

NORMAN WOODS: WORLD’S DISEASE EP

January 10th, 2016

This is in the spirit of Chain Gang, Crime or too-early-for-the-trend bands like J.T. IV or Sundog Summit that made punk songs by hanging out in their heads instead of examining what the Sex Pistols were doing.