<< Previous Page  |  1  |  ...  |  182  |  ...  |  364  |  ...  |  546  |  ...  |  719  |  720  |  721  |  ...  |  728  |  ...  |  730  |  Next Page >> 14381 - 14400 of 14596

  • Article

    Molly Mondays! Tub Tuesdays!

    Flogging Molly Linda's Doll Hut Monday, Jan. 31 "Consarn you, Locals Only!" a fan recently complained, taking us to task for not getting out enough on the weeknights. Fact is, knave, we do--we just don't always scribble about everything we see...

    by Rich Kane on February 17, 2000
  • Article

    Music Reviews

    CADILLAC TRAMPS LIVE! BYO RECORDS It's almost too obvious to declare this new Cadillac Tramps live disc--recorded during their Galaxy Concert Theatre reunion show last April and in stores Tuesday--their best ever; not to undermine the fine cata...

    on February 17, 2000
  • Article

    Ideas Die Hard - The passion of the Siren Six

    To get to the interior of the roomy (if not dingy) practice space the Siren Six share with a number of struggling LA bands, you must first pass through a series of impediments: locked screen doors, wood doors, metal doors and, finally, an impossibly...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on February 17, 2000
  • Article

    Not Da Ramones - The Groovie Ghoulies G-rated horror rock

    Saying (as we did last March) that Sacramento's Groovie Ghoulies sound like the Ramones is like saying Jan Crouch wears too much makeup--it's not merely obvious, it's really, really obvious. There's a Buzzcocks thing going on, too, if you care, thou...

    by Rich Kane on February 17, 2000
  • Article

    Men in Black - The Hollisters sound like Johnny Cash, and John Sebastian sounds like a jug band

    There's good news and bad news about Houston-based roots rockers THE HOLLISTERS, who play the Crazy Horse on Sunday night. I love this band, and I'm definitely in their corner; I want them to grow and mature and become my favorite group, which isn't...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on February 17, 2000
  • Article

    Sex, Smoke and Shyness - Diana Krall gets big

    When Diana Krall came to Los Angeles from Canada in the early 1980s, she was a shy, somewhat nervous kid with a tremendous ability for stride piano. When she performs this week at the Orange County Performing Arts Center--and later this month attend...

    by BILL KOHLHAASE on February 17, 2000
  • Article

    The Killingtons/No Motiv/Autolux - Chain Reaction Sat., Jan. 29

    To be honest--and, brothers and sisters, we are always honest--we were kinda dreading this night of (ugh!) "emo," a style we generally like, though a term we abhor. So we'd really like to kick our own ass and smash our own face into a bloody, tomato...

    by Rich Kane on February 10, 2000
  • Article

    Steve Lynch - Drummer, Burnin' Groove

    Photo by Jeanne Rice> The Replacements, Tim, Pleased to Meet Me and Let It Be. "These three albums are my picks, but if you're a no-risk-taking, greatest-hits-only music buyer, then there's always their All for Nothing, Nothing for All. If I had to ...

    on February 10, 2000
  • Article

    Arling & Cameron and Guy Clark

    ARLING & CAMERON MUSIC FOR IMAGINARY FILMS EMPEROR NORTON Arling & Cameron have discovered the Ghost of Disco Past on this cheeky ode to film scores, which they say is not a true follow-up to their delicious, pie-in-the-face-of-dance-music debu...

    on February 10, 2000
  • Article

    Vein of Pain - A week in the life of the blues

    ALVIN YOUNGBLOOD HART is one of the best things to happen to the blues since people first started singing about how their sex organs tended to complicate their lives. In other words, he understands the emotional heart and traditional soul of this mu...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on February 10, 2000
  • Article

    The A&R Man Clappeth - Primus heavy, funky kook

    When NoCal trio Primus played their A&R man a rough version of "Electric Uncle Sam," a track from their latest album, Antipop, the A&R man reportedly did something he'd never done before when listening to a Primus song: he clapped. Now, you tell m...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on February 10, 2000
  • Article

    Visions of Utopia - Onboard Basslands magic bus

    Photo by Jeanne RiceSuperstitions, dreams and visions often seem to run Alex Xenophon's life, but he knows well enough that his reliance on mystical forces isn't practical business for his techno band, Bassland. It hasn't landed them a big record de...

    by ANDREW ASCH on February 10, 2000
  • Article

    Heavy, but Not Metal!

    The Moseleys/Spitfirevolver/The Arrogants The Hub Cafe Friday, Jan. 21 We love lots of local bands, but what should we do when we get all hepped-up about seeing our fave-of-the-moment someplace (one that we've usually scrawled incessantly enough...

    by Rich Kane on February 3, 2000
  • Article

    Skie Bender - Painter, writer, voice and bass player for the Fireants

    Photo by Jeanne Rice"What incessantly hums through my soul is not always the obvious music. Some sounds scream through the medium of print and paint. And when the artist is ingenious enough, he or she can warp the bounds of the silent medium until s...

    on February 3, 2000
  • Article

    Takako Minekawa and Straight Outta Compton

    TAKAKO MINEKAWA FUN 9 EMPEROR NORTON RECORDS Takako Minekawa is one of a new breed of DJ/ musicians making a cool, less dance-floor-on-drugs, more sing-along-and-bob-your-head-in-the-car version of electronic music. It's not that you can't danc...

    on February 3, 2000
  • Article

    Play ''Lost Souls''! - How to heckle the unheckleable Dirty Dozen Brass Band

    I'll never forget the first time Isaw THE DIRTY DOZEN BRASS BAND live; it was at a small jazz club in New York City in 1985. Instrumentally set up like a traditional New Orleans marching band, the group took a decidedly nontraditional approach to th...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on February 3, 2000
  • Article

    California Dreaming - Fu Manchus dude-rock ethos

    Like the sticky creeper weed they supposedly partake of, Fu Manchu's new album, King of the Road, is wreathed in lazy, sun-baked grooves that sneak up from behind and wallop you on the back of the head. Guitarist/singer Scott Hill, a golden-maned Sa...

    by ANDREW LENTZ on February 3, 2000
  • Article

    Lit Up! - Lit, Zebrahead and Burnin Groove help 369 out the door

    Photo by Jeanne RiceLit's A.Jay Popoff is 100 percent pure, unapologetic rock star, shimmying up the microphone stand, climbing on monitors, crouching, pointing, shaking a tambourine, mirroring older brother Jeremy's guitar work on his air guitar, r...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on February 3, 2000
  • Article

    The Road Warriors! - Four rooms, six bands, five hours, 85 miles, zero speeding tickets

    Crash Cart/Sparklejets UK Chain Reaction Saturday, Jan. 15 7:45-9 p.m. First stop: Chain Reaction, for the supremo power-pop of the fab four who make up Orange's Sparklejets UK. Though they rarely seem to play around here and their set was muc...

    by Rich Kane on January 27, 2000
  • Article

    More bass on Ms. Pacman - Tommy Tallarico, video-game-music composer

    Photo by Jeanne RiceMy top five newest (and somewhat obscure) albums: > Delerium, Karma. "This is the U.S. answer to Enigma. My highest recommendation! Combines trance-type beats and rhythms with extremely melodic and intricately dreamy chord prog...

    by TOMMY TALLARICO on January 27, 2000
<< Previous Page  |  1  |  ...  |  182  |  ...  |  364  |  ...  |  546  |  ...  |  719  |  720  |  721  |  ...  |  728  |  ...  |  730  |  Next Page >> 14381 - 14400 of 14596
Anaheim Concert Tickets

Concert Calendar

  • October
  • Sat
  • Sun
  • Mon
  • Tue
  • Wed
  • Thu
  • Fri

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