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Boogaloo 2017 Raged On In the Face of a Tempest

5 months ago by Mary Carreon
How do you Boogaloo? The DIY-vibe, mini-Burning Man art-car fest took place last weekend at Oak Canyon Park in the heart of Silverado Canyon. And, honestly, there couldn’t have been a better time to host a festival at that beloved location. Right now Silverado’s the greenest it’s been in years...
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Sleigh Bells Light Up House of Blues

6 months ago by Scott Feinblatt
Sleigh Bells House of Blues Anaheim 3/29/2017 It was a colorful evening at the new House of Blues, in Anaheim. After an audience ranging from 20-somethings to 50-somethings cleared the metal detectors and vigorous pat-downs, some of them staked their claims at the front of the pit, which comprises most...
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Sleigh Bells Enjoy Taking the Reigns of a Brand New Sound

6 months ago by Scott Feinblatt
It’s been eight years since the songwriting team of Derek Miller and Alexis Krauss broke musical ground with Sleigh Bells, the band’s eponymously titled first EP. The album introduced audiences to the duo’s catchy pop / noise rock hybrid sound. Since then, they have been modifying their sound to varying...
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Gram Rabbit at Detroit Bar Last Night

7 years ago by Nate Jackson
​Gram RabbitJuly 23, 2010Detroit BarCosta Mesa is a long way from the rustic, oven climate of Gram Rabbit's native Joshua Tree. However, marinating in a foggy haze of surging guitar, industrial disco rhythms and laser light, their show last night at Detroit Bar seemed like just another party in the desert...
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Austra

6 years ago by BRANDON FERGUSON
We like Austra. Not so much for their four on the floor electronic beats, or their gothic discotheque aesthetic. These things don't make the band unique. Rather, it's singer Katie Stelmanis's voice that revs our engine. It's a wonky, yet beautiful guttural wail that falls somewhere between Bjork, Tori Amos...
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Jungle Fever [Special Screenings, March 30-April 6]

6 months ago by Matt Coker
Facing Darkness. Fathom Events and Samaritan's Purse International present "a story about faith and Ebola." As the Ebola pandemic swept across West Africa in the spring of 2014, a Christian organization committed its people and resources to provide comfort, compassion and care to the hurting people of Africa. But the...
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Gram Rabbit

7 years ago by Nate Jackson
Every once in a while, a dull desert is capable of producing sparkling sounds. Such is the case of Joshua Tree-based electro-psych outfit Gram Rabbit. Relying on wobbly synth sounds and pulsating rhythms, the band combine disco with desert hallucinations and a slice of country twang. These are the elements...
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In Jessica Hausner's Amour Fou, the End Is Refreshingly Pragmatic

3 years ago by Melissa Anderson
Austrian writer/director Jessica Hausner has an unerring talent for examining, skeptically but never cynically, grand notions about destiny: What we perceive as—or have convinced ourselves to be—the workings of fate, whether religious or romantic, is ultimately better understood as arbitrary or coincidental occurrences. In Lourdes (2009), Hausner's previous film, the...
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Unique Vintage Offers Dapper Day Deals for Dames

11 months ago by Aimee Murillo
Dapper Day—the day of the year when Disnerds dress in their classiest old-school, pinup-y best—has always brought me the same dilemma: where do these lovely ladies get their amazing dresses and vintage-looking gowns? Even in my late teens, when I went all out for the rockabilly look, I could never...

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