It’s 420, a holiday celebrated many different ways. Some smoke it out. But it’s so hot today, it’s turned us on. We’re getting dirty. Here’s some of our favorite sexually explicit songs, collected from staff and friends. Check out the playlist on Youtube at this link. Then go watch some of these songs performed live [...]
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April 20th, 2012 · No Comments
FEB. 10: I HAVE A CRUSH ON U w THE DRIFTWOOD SINGERS + MATT TAYLOR & HIS LAURELS + RT N’ THE 44s + OLENTANGY JOHN + TOMMY SANTEE KLAWS
February 8th, 2012 · No Comments
October 20th, 2011 · No Comments
L.A. Record + The New L.A. Folk Fest + Grand Ole Echo are co-hosting The Return Of Murder Ballads tonight at the Echoplex. Here is the lineup of musicians performing songs about killing times! For more info, go to the folk fest website. Get a little appetizer by listening to the bands or watching some [...]
October 11th, 2011 · No Comments
“Kelp Girls” dance to Bloody Death Skull Directed by Mecca Vazie Andrews, THE SERIES IX “AN OCEAN IN FATHOMS” went swimmingly on Tuesday, September 6th. The night opened with a poetry reading and live installation by four top LA-based writers: Kate Durbin, Mathew Timmons, David Shook and Mandy Kahn. Musical performances included folky variety music [...]
October 7th, 2011 · No Comments
May 18th, 2011 · 1 Comment
Pine Hill Haints attract people that have gone to the dark side and found it uplifting. Alabama’s self-proclaimed punk band makes music that embraces doom and the great lonesomeness of life in order to find everlasting joy. This basically makes Pine Hill Saints a good band for the end of the world. What luck—they’re playing Los Angeles on Judgment Day! Daiana Feuer speaks to singer Jamie Barrier.
May 17th, 2011 · No Comments
Wimberley Bluegrass Band Read Tiff Reldon’s review of the show after checking out these photos by Kate Rentz. The photo gallery begins with Emily Lacy, then Fort King, Olentangy John, Stone Darling, I See Hawks In L.A., Wimberley Bluegrass Band, The Chapin Sisters, The Driftwood Singers, Jenny O, Tom Brosseau + John C Reilly, RT [...]
May 17th, 2011 · 2 Comments
Everyone agreed that this night was special. It was more than just a concert. It felt like an experience. We were transported by the visuals and the music and the environment and the funny delivery of a story by the hostess about Charlie Louvin, Johnny Cash, and crackers.
May 13th, 2011 · 2 Comments
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April 21st, 2011 · No Comments
Today is the birthday of Ira Louvin, one half of the great country music pioneering Louvin Brothers. He was the dark half of the cookie and God bless him and the wife that shot him. Celebrate tonight at HM157 with The New L.A. Folk Fest and a dozen bands performing Louvin covers. Want to know [...]