Though they've had a great run, the band are over the indie-rock struggle
[Editor's Note: Every Friday, our resident record store expert Michael Chin checks in with his weekly report of what the hell people who still buy records at local shops are listening to.]See Also:*The Hives - The Observatory - September 11, 2012 [w/ VIDEO]*Top Five Hits: Left of the Dial in Seal ... More >>
The golden boys of Local NativesIt's been a short week, so we have a short list for you of items on OC-music related items from other publications. Read on...
Meg Strouse / OC WeeklyEmmylou Harris at Lilith.This week in local music coverage that isn't ours: Lilith Fair gets positive-yet-bored reviews, Billy Kernkamp gets real, big-name touring acts get money problems.
Flickr user robotography.There are publications other than Heard Mentality writing about music in Orange County. Please don't read them. Just kidding! Please do. But please also check in every Friday for our round-up of the most interesting links from the local blogosphere in the p ... More >>
Music blog Wild Tonic has given OC its fair share of love; there are regular posts on the New Limb, Steelwells the Growlers and more. Today, it posted a mix tape of "its most-played tracks from June."
www.myspace.com/thehenryclaypeopleIf you've been missing The Henry Clay People in your life (hey, they did up and move to LA), prepare to miss them some more this summer. The band is touring with Silversun Pickups and Against Me! (and playing Austin City Limits besides), so you're not going to se ... More >>
The Henry Clay People in sepia.The Henry Clay People and Local Natives have both been tapped to perform at Austin City Limits--otherwise known as yet another music festival better than Coachella--October 8-10. The bands will be playing amongst a line-up with the likes of Sonic Youth, Flaming Lips ... More >>
A festival-type show on a Tuesday? Hey, sure, why not? That's the day of LA 101, a concert put on by our sister paper, LA Weekly, up north at the Gibson Amphitheater in Universal City.
The Airborne Toxic Event, Henry Clay People, Rademacher; 3/27 7p.m.Three rad bands, one rockin' Friday evening.The Glass House, 200 W. Second St., Pomona, CA; 909-629-0377Billy Joel; Elton John, 3/28 7:30p.m.Reuniting for the most successful concert pairing in pop history, the two music icons share ... More >>
The Henry Clay People, Le Switch, Swim Party, 10 p.m. Pull your pants up! The Prospector 2400 E. Seventh St. Long Beach CA 90804 562-438-3839 Comedy Juice College Night Just for one night, forget about those staggering student loans. Brea Improv 120 S. Brea Blvd. Brea CA 92821 714-482-07 ... More >>
The Mae Shi will headline the latest event from Sam Farzin's Acrobatics Everyday organization. The action goes down Sun. April 13, starting with a noon pre-gig picnic at Aldrich Park. Then at 1 p.m. at UC Irvine's nearby Phoenix Grille, five bands will come at ya with some weird, youthful energy. ... More >>
Dave Segal moved into Detroit Bar on both Friday and Saturday nights: "Free the Robots' thrilling [Friday] live show blew away Afrika Bambaataa's moldy DJ set. Local upstarts overshadowed a legend!" And on Sat, "DJs Josh One, Hyder, James Pants and Peanut Butter Wolf spun loads of great hip-hop cuts ... More >>
The Henry Clay People The Prospector February 23, 2008 Better Than: Staying home with your cat and hitting the peace pipe. My apologies to The Year Zero, whose set I missed due The Paper Planes getting a late start at The Puka Bar. I heard your performance was drenched in sonic goodness a ... More >>
The Henry Clay People
Where the Henry Clay People exude orange-ness
It's been a few slow days for blogging 'round here (what could I possibly show you that Brit-Brit already hasn't?) so I let our rockin' intern Miles Clements do a little work while I took a four hour lunch. Let's read what he has to write: There needs to be more bands willing to crank out good ol' ... More >>