Photos by Katrina Warme The sweat of legends past permeates the Vaucluse Lounge as Timsh’l takes the stage for their final sound check before the show. The minimalistic venue that is the former home of Charlie Chaplin once hosted the likes of Janis Joplin and Bob Dylan and, unfortunately, hasn’t installed an air-conditioner since. It’s […]
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Photo courtesy of Carlos Cruz / Red Bull Sound Select / Content Poo When a British rock star dives off of a venue’s stage, crowd surfs on multiple occasions, and runs through the audience with the energy of an Ever Ready bunny, the show is bound to be a good one. And last Sunday was […]
Photos courtesy of Zach Le Singer-songwriter John Anderson, who goes by the stage name John Lowell, is the type of person who is immediately noticeable when he walks into a room. His considerable height of 6’6” could play a part in his prominence, but it’s his positive aura that makes him memorable. Having released an […]
Photo courtesy of Yooyong Choi You could hear a pin drop. The crowd was absolutely silent. Even the opinionated heckler whose cringe-inducing, sarcastic voice had plagued us throughout the beginning act kept her mouth shut. Because there before us was a woman dressed in black, alone on the Teragram Ballroom stage, sitting behind a piano […]
Photo by Nicola Wenz Tony Hawk’s fundraiser Stand Up for Skate Parks brought an array of famous faces to Beverly Hills Sunday afternoon. The Tony Hawk Foundation threw the 12th annual Stand Up for Skateparks fundraising event last Sunday in order to raise money to build skateparks in low income neighborhoods. Stand Up for Skateparks […]
Promoting new album “Time,” Mikky Ekko takes The Roxy with Transviolet to commence their tour
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