The king of horror put a scary amount of work into the Great American Nightmare
Tazy Phyllipz has literally made a career out of helping unknown bands grow their audiences. If you don't believe me, just ask No Doubt, Sublime and Maroon 5 - three groups who received airplay on Phyllipz's radio program The Ska Parade long before corporate America knew what a hollaback girl was. ... More >>
An oral history of OC's greatest band and their newest album, 'Push and Shove'
Since their start in the early 1990s, Santa Barbara-based skate-punk rascals Lagwagon have penned tons of great tracks: "Razor Burn" (the best song ever written about looking like a member of ZZ Top), "After You My Friend" (the best song featuring an elevator music interlude), "Leave the Light On" ( ... More >>
Circa:Now! will be performed, but not by these guysCover songs are a dicey subject. On the one hand, you got your bands that write their own awesome shit and play other people's tunes as either a nod to great music or as a fun escape from their own material. But on the other, you got your band ... More >>
Sublime frontman Bradley Nowell, who died 15 years ago today, leaving behind a legacy that is intrinsically tied to Long Beach and Orange County. This week's cover story pays tribute to the man who put Garden Grove on the map, who sang about the perils of date rape and invented the surf punk r ... More >>
Taylor Momsen translates TV fame to rock & roll stardom easily
Square shouldve had what Maroon 5 got
Tons of tunes for your holiday mixtape
Mike LeFebvre hopes you enjoy the show
Milano Musics Vince Pileggi helps bands from the bedroom to the big time
Growing up Wiley Drake Jr.
Paul and Lara go back to the future, together
The Killingtons on the Verge of a Verge
Hurry after the revolution