The Mae Shi aren’t the only ones who reunited. Read candid interviews with all your favorites.
The filmmaker talks about growing up with Karp and making the documentary that tells their story.
WARNING: Magick Orchids’ new album may cause involuntary movement of your limbs! Read & download.
Sick of falsehoods & false idols? So are Low Places. Tonight they headline Metal Monday V, all will be purged. Get the details!
Extremely not safe for work! Have Kevin Blechdom & Lawrence Klein gone too far this time?
It’s L.A.’s only regularly-scheduled underground metal and heavy music concert series held at a DIY venue. Feat. Poweraxe, Abhor, Ace Diamond, Bachsung. Get the details.
Christopher Payne, aka Whitman, steps forward with his boldest endeavors yet.
Sounding like Hawkwind & Stereolab in a car crash on the I-70, Vitamins delivers what your ears need at Pehrspace. Get the details.
Designer & documentarian Amy Fortunato’s book chronicles L.A. Lottery League 2011. See it & footage from the event at Sancho this evening. Get the details.
Vim Crony leads the L.A.’s Got Talent Video Matinee this Saturday at Sancho in Echo Park. Get the full schedule here.
Walt Gorecki interviews Margot Padilla, the “rave-queen of the DIY scene,” about Totally Gay Night this Friday at Sancho.
“The driving force is to create a sense of dark mystery; the feeling of the invisible becoming visible.” See Cole Miller Thursday night at Sancho.
D’on: “I work my ass off being glamorous for an alien agenda.” No-Ra: “No you like the part about killing everybody…” Get the details before Monday’s FSP show at Pehr or risk atomization!
Fred hosts KXLU’s Demolisten and has heard more bands than all of us put together.
Transplanted Virginian Leah Peah has been on the L.A. scene for a year but has not yet performed.
It’s a new place to bury your brain: Mind Cemetery! Hear a track & see them at Pehr on Monday…
‘Princess’ cruises into Pehrspace this Monday. The dude from Pizza! & Big Whup explains gives you the royal tour…
On the eve of their 10th anniversary, Mary & Eli Monolator talk about being creative as a couple.