12 Sep
Trap Champion/Mad Decent producer does what he does best

Wow, a pretty hard fucking mix from Trap Music champion Baauer to promote the upcoming HARD Day of the Dead music festival/rave on Nov. 3rd in Downtown Los Angeles. No tracklisting offered, but the quick-burst 17-minute mixtape is loaded with plenty of original tracks and remixes from the Jeffree’s/Mad Decent producer. A word of advice: […]


18 May
Adulation, shimmying, loving forever & the importance of surfing

This week The Drums wrapped up their North American tour on the stage of El Rey Theatre in the Miracle Mile of Los Angeles, and there was no doubt the night held special meaning — for both the audience and the band itself. Photos by Damon Cirulli After a great warmup set by Stockton-via-Seattle’s Craft Spells, […]


22 Apr
Tour dates with Dinosaur Jr., recently turning 50, and what he really thinks about Mick Jagger singing "Satisfaction"

For anyone living under a rock for the last 30 years, Henry Rollins was of course the former frontman for punk legends Black Flag, later going on to helm his own Lollapalooza era Rollins Band, as well as other solo efforts. Henry has also made several guest appearances on other artists’ (TOOL, Tommy Iommi, Les […]


21 Feb
Tyler the Creator & Hodgy Beats blow up TV

We missed this last week as LIAS was taking over Sicily and they don’t have Fallon on in Italy (just a bunch of people yelling about Berlusconi), but it’s just too good not to share. Odd Future, aka OFWGKTA, aka Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All, performed on Jimmy Fallon for their first televised […]


10 Dec
...while 1960s TV gameshow audience tries to comprehend

Pioneering experimental composer John Cage performs the genre-defining composition Water Walk on a game show in 1960. I can’t even imagine — is that why all the people are laughing, they can’t comprehend what Cage is doing? Of course, no one in 1960 had seen anything like this, so it’s understandable that they’d default to […]