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English indie-soul band The Heavy plays the Teragram on Wednesday, so we chatted with frontman Kelvin Swaby about the gig, new album "Sons," and more.
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L.A. Weekly Jun 17
Conrad Keely of ...and You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead picked his favorite album -- Genesis' "Seconds Out."
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L.A. Weekly Jun 14
Read an excerpt from 's new book here:
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L.A. Weekly Jun 14
LA continues to inspire!
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L.A. Weekly Jun 14
The is here & for the 10th anniversary we went deep!
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L.A. Weekly Jun 14
In case you missed it: is bringing old school supper club vibes to . Read about here:
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L.A. Weekly Jun 14
In case you missed it: 's beautiful gallery from 's opening night show
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L.A. Weekly Jun 14
Do we need more SHAFT?
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L.A. Weekly Jun 13
On Saturday, British rockers The Cult will transform the magnificent Greek Theatre into A Sonic Temple, an epic event that simultaneously celebrates the 30th anniversary of that groundbreaking ’89 album.
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L.A. Weekly Jun 12
It's this weekend and we have seven mouth watering ways to celebrate dad at , , and more:
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L.A. Weekly Jun 12
English rapper and actress Little Simz performs at the Echo this week, so we sat down to chat with her about all that she has coming up.
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L.A. Weekly Jun 10
The composers of the score for the "Cobra Kai" TV show, a "Karate Kid" spin-off, are taking it to the Whisky A Go-Go.
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Food Tank Jun 10
“We have power as consumers,” told 's at the recent and event. “For way too long, big business has numbed us down and dumbed us down."
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L.A. Weekly Jun 8
Where the rainbows intersect: If you're in West Hollywood for , check out , tour courtesy of
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L.A. Weekly Jun 7
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L.A. Weekly Jun 7
Inside 's new , a highly immersive, cinematically-driven experience like nothing the theme park has ever dreamed up before.
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L.A. Weekly Jun 7
Here are ten musical highlights at LA Pride.
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L.A. Weekly Jun 6
In a music scene in which everyone knows everybody and every musician seemingly has a well-known past, Claude Fontaine is a mystery.
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L.A. Weekly Jun 5
Solvej Schou's "Quiet For Too Long" is Album of the Week. If your nerves aren't charged and tingling by the end, your emotions at tipping point, you aren't paying attention.
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L.A. Weekly Jun 4
Reviews of have been more split than even those for ! Our critic didn't love it. Did you? (LA is serving for the occasion, at least!)
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