7 days ago | live review
Death Cab for Cutie House of Blues Anaheim 3/19/2017 It’s been nearly 20 years since Death Cab for Cutie released their first studio album, Something About Airplanes, and though much has changed in the last couple of decades, the unwavering genius...
14 days ago | New Music
Before Mod Sun physically enters the room, his boisterous personality precedes him as he makes his way through the Rostrum Records office in Hollywood, cheerfully greeting the faces that have become so familiar to him over the past months with thu...
19 days ago | New Music
At first listen, Greg Graffin’s solo work doesn’t sound anything like his work with Bad Religion. Considering that he’s known as the voice of the intellectual punk icons, albums like this week’s Millport are a little more folky and stripped-down t...
1 month ago | live review
Soulquarius The Observatory 2/18/2017 12:22 p.m. Good thing Kelis got pushed back, because this combination of traffic, rain, and parking disaster is preventing her milkshake from bringing any boys to the Observatory's yard. (Josh Chesler) 12:32 S...
2 months ago | live review
Less Than Jake and Pepper The Observatory 1/26/2017 By the time Less Than Jake took the stage shortly after 10:30 p.m., half of the crowd was already stoned. They had just enjoyed an hour-long set put on by the Hawaiian reggae band Pepper, and now...
2 months ago | Locals Only
Clemmie Williams doesn’t need your sympathy. What he asks from his audience has nothing to do with money or fame. All Williams wants is a willingness to listen to his tales of hardship and perseverance, and maybe a little help in bringing about ch...