We’ve been supporters of Australia’s indie disco champs Strange Talk for a minute now (read our To Whom It May Concern: Strange Talk interview), and are stoked the band is making its way through Los Angeles again this Friday to play at the well curated The Echo in Echo Park. To celebrate the occasion we’ll be giving [...]
Say you like to roll your own spliffs, but you’re sort of a geek for the vintage look. If you want to take a gander to see what you might’ve been smoking with in the Jazz Age there’s now a vintage rolling papers gallery available to view online. Many of the packages feature interesting and [...]
OK before you get all up in a foaming tizzy, we’re not implying that Woody Allen date raping anyone is fucking awesome. Dude is funny, but let’s face it he’s creepier than Dov Charney in a Speedo. The makers of said tshirt are called Fucking Awesome, because they can pretty much call themselves whatever they [...]
When we first introduced Toro y Moi a couple years back (read our To Whom It May Concern interview HERE) we knew kid had talent. We pretty much thought his Causers of This debut album was the shit, and then he went on to record the even more ambitious Underneath the Pine (Car Park Records), [...]
There’s no shaking the undeniable catchiness of Manchester Orchestra, the Alpharetta, Georgia band whose elegiacal “Simple Math” has taken over college radio. At first listen one could brush it off as a very capably written indie pop song, and you wouldn’t be wrong. But at second and third listens the track becomes an earworm, and [...]
Davilla 666 has been hailed by some as “The World’s Greatest Party Band”, and while that may be a large title to wield, it’s one Davilla 666 take very seriously not seriously. After releasing the digital EP Mala in September of last year (In The Red Records), the Puerto Rican sextet just dropped their second [...]
A new take on sustainable design, wooden watches from Los Angeles-based WeWOOD. The watches are carved and crafted from discarded wooden floor scraps, and completely free of toxic materials. Originally formed in Italy, the company brought with it to the States a sophisticated taste in design, and combined it with Los Angeles’ demand for eco-friendly [...]
If you enjoyed the Cut/Copy‘s mixtape A Tale of Two Journeys from last week (which a lot of you apparently did), peep their latest video for “Need You Now” from their brand new LP Zonoscope (Modular Records). The video was directed by Keith Schofield. Cut Copy – Need You Now from Cut Copy on Vimeo.