<< Previous Page  |  1  |  ...  |  192  |  ...  |  384  |  ...  |  576  |  ...  |  642  |  643  |  644  |  ...  |  768  |  Next Page >> 12841 - 12860 of 15350

  • A Webb Pierce Selection - 
Jan. 11-Jan. 18

    Article

    A Webb Pierce Selection - Jan. 11-Jan. 18

    THURSDAY, JANUARY 11 The wreck of the ol' Rhett Miller going downgrade to the Coach House, where country whistle turns into alt. country scream. Difference between this and the Rembrandts is one says 'aw shucks' when talking to the licensing agent...

    by Chris Ziegler on January 11, 2007
  • Article

    Hits! - KUCI-FM 88.9

    Top 10 records played from December 29, 2006, to January 4, 2007, at KUCI-FM 88.9; www.kuci.org. Broadcasting 24 hours a day, seven days a week from the campus of UC Irvine for over 30 years, KUCI is run by volunteer students and community members. ...

    by REX REASON on January 11, 2007
  • Article

    How To Rhyme Only Daughter With Joe Namaths Kneecaps - Our hero Subtle

    E-40 and Keak Da Sneakbrought an underexposedurban culture to the masses, yes, but it's hard to really respect their scene when its hallmarks are grimy, sped-up beats and ghostriding the whip. But Subtle, a multi-instrumental sextet from Oakland, co...

    by MILES CLEMENTS on January 11, 2007
  • The Yul Brynner Fan Club - Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks

    Article

    The Yul Brynner Fan Club - Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks

    It was a quiet '06 for our man Stephen Malkmus. Or was it? The specter of Pavement loomed large over indie rock's latest pack of buzz bands, most notably Minneapolis' marvelously askew Tapes 'N' Tapes. And the expansive decade-later reissue of Wowee...

    by DOUG WALLEN on January 11, 2007
  • Underdogs - The Family Stone with Sly Stone

    Article

    Underdogs - The Family Stone with Sly Stone

    Ssssssh. Sly Stone is making his only Southern California appearance at the Anaheim House of Blues on Saturday with the Family Stone. But it can't possibly live up to his freaky-surprise appearance at the 2006 Grammy Awards, Sly's first live musical...

    by ARRISSIA OWEN on January 11, 2007
  • Extended Car Metaphors - The Fabulous Thunderbirds

    Article

    Extended Car Metaphors - The Fabulous Thunderbirds

    You don't want to keep a classic T-Bird like Kim Wilson sitting in a garage for long. The co-founder/singer/songwriter/harmonica ace of the long-running Fabulous Thunderbirds has recently split time between his solo career and manning the rudder of ...

    by JOHN ROOS on January 11, 2007
  • Fall Out (Heavy Metal) Boy - 
The unexpected connection between hyper-liberal metal and pop-punk

    Article

    Fall Out (Heavy Metal) Boy - The unexpected connection between hyper-liberal metal and pop-punk

    It isn't very often these days that you hear the term "race traitor" thrown around in casual conversation. That is, unless you're at a Prussian Blue show--or you happen to be discussing those Morrissey-worshipping pop-punks Fall Out Boy. As surprisi...

    by MILES CLEMENTS on January 4, 2007
  • Kkkcuf Amerikkka - Jan. 4-Jan. 11

    Article

    Kkkcuf Amerikkka - Jan. 4-Jan. 11

    THURSDAY, JANUARY 4 Longest line gets longer and longer every year for NOFX--"Musically, the same old shit," said Fat Mike, but they completely hate George Bush now, though if George Bush was 40 years younger, he completely would have been yukkin'...

    by Chris Ziegler on January 4, 2007
  • Excellent Bedlam - 
Helmet mainstay Page Hamilton carries on

    Article

    Excellent Bedlam - Helmet mainstay Page Hamilton carries on

    Helmet doesn't really do much to dissuade the superfans and supernerds. The hybrid style they pieced together like so many sonic Duplo bricks appeals to metalheads who are over the fact that Helmet leader Page Hamilton looks like Jack Johnson, hardc...

    by KATE CARRAWAY on January 4, 2007
  • Article

    Hits! - Big Ed's Records

    Top 10 records sold from Dec. 8 to Dec. 15 at BIG ED'S RECORDS, 2146 E. 4th St., Long Beach, (562) 433-8601. Big Ed's specializes in rockabilly, R&B, doo-wop, rockin' hillbilly, Western swing, classic country, psychobilly and modern rockabilly. 1J...

    by REX REASON on January 4, 2007
  • Surf's Up - 
Donovon Frankenreiter at the Grove of Anaheim, Saturday, Dec. 30

    Article

    Surf's Up - Donovon Frankenreiter at the Grove of Anaheim, Saturday, Dec. 30

    There was a faint smell of incense lingering in the air (from where it burned onstage) and a friendly (if not sleepy) feeling where we stood on the ground, and if it wasn't already nearly Anaheim circa 2007, the setting could have just as easily bee...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on January 4, 2007
  • Locals Only - The Colour, Between Earth & Sky, available Feb. 6 on Rethink Records<

    Article

    Locals Only - The Colour, Between Earth & Sky, available Feb. 6 on Rethink Records<

    The Colour have a few very, very bad habits. First: the standard chorus on Between Earth & Sky(their debut LP) has about twice as many syllables as there are original words. For example: "Tell me how-h-h-how are you gonna save me/when you ca-a-a-a-a...

    by KEVIN FERGUSON on January 4, 2007
  • Article

    Believing - My Morning Jacket

    God, I really hate it when I'm wrong. So a few years ago, a friend burned me a copy of My Morning Jacket's 2003 album It Still Moves. But much to his horror (and disgust), I hated it. Or I guess "hate" isn't so much the word for it as "really-didn't...

    by Vickie Chang on January 4, 2007
  • Furious 15-Year-Olds - NOFX

    Article

    Furious 15-Year-Olds - NOFX

    Envy NOFX. While other bands like Blink 182 took NOFX's catchy skate-punk sound to the mainstream and commercial success, NOFX consciously chose to avoid major-label deals and MTV exposure. Their sonic followers may have hit the big time, but most h...

    by REX REASON on December 28, 2006
  • Style Wars - 
Supernatural sets world records

    Article

    Style Wars - Supernatural sets world records

    I was able to catch rapper Supernatural for the second time when he opened up for Ghostface Killah at the Bren some months ago: after rushing through a fairly enjoyable mixture of all the hits (don't fuck wit C.R.E.A.M.ed Killa Beez and such) with h...

    by Vickie Chang on December 21, 2006
  • Not Fade Away - 
The Rise and Fall and Rise (Again) of OCs Anton Newcombe

    Article

    Not Fade Away - The Rise and Fall and Rise (Again) of OCs Anton Newcombe

    IN MY ROOM Anton Newcombe's climb to the heights from which he would leap to mainstream-career destruction began in the cluttered garage of the even-more-cluttered, one-story cottage where Newcombe grew up on Costa Mesa's gritty, working-class wes...

    by Nick Schou on December 21, 2006
  • Shadows and Dust - 
Ghost Town Jenny rides again

    Article

    Shadows and Dust - Ghost Town Jenny rides again

    Meet multilingual multi-instrumentalist Ghost Town Jenny, a.k.a. Kim Kylland. Is it okay to call you by your given name, Kim Kylland? Of course. So Ghost Town Jenny isn't a name you're adopting that you insist on being called? No, but tha...

    by REX REASON on December 21, 2006
  • Don't Lose That Number - 
Big Sir kind of people

    Article

    Don't Lose That Number - Big Sir kind of people

    It's a cold world out there for a little band, and one night for Big Sir it was so cold that their instruments quit working. Those vintage synthesizers are as susceptible as antebellum dowagers when it comes to inopportune swooning, and the winter w...

    by Chris Ziegler on December 21, 2006
  • Album Review - Cornelius, Sensuous (Warner, available as import only)

    Article

    Album Review - Cornelius, Sensuous (Warner, available as import only)

    On this album, Cornelius--Japan's one-man-band Keigo Oyamada--could have listened to just as much Herbie Hancock and Dream Theater as anything from his home country. The songs use every trick in the weird-rock book: all-over-the-place live drums, od...

    by KEVIN FERGUSON on December 21, 2006
  • Cuzz Yore So Sweet - 
Dec. 21-Dec. 28 Get Out! Nightlife and More

    Article

    Cuzz Yore So Sweet - Dec. 21-Dec. 28 Get Out! Nightlife and More

    THURSDAY, DEC. 21 Gypsy Lounge little scene bells the season with an acoustic 'ganza making space for everyone who's ever had to hump a guitar across that Lake Forest parking lot: Jay Buchanan, Brett Bixby, Chris Hanlin, Chris Karn, Chris Paul Over...

    by Chris Ziegler on December 21, 2006
<< Previous Page  |  1  |  ...  |  192  |  ...  |  384  |  ...  |  576  |  ...  |  642  |  643  |  644  |  ...  |  768  |  Next Page >> 12841 - 12860 of 15350

Concert Calendar

  • July
  • Wed
    29
  • Thu
    30
  • Fri
    31
  • Sat
    1
  • Sun
    2
  • Mon
    3
  • Tue
    4

Join My Voice Nation for free stuff, music info & more!

Loading...