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  • 'The Kennedy Administration' platform: indie rock, weird comedy

    'The Kennedy Administration' platform: indie rock, weird comedy
    About a year ago, the musician Jack Kennedy was on a tour, in a manner of speaking. The local disco-pop antagonist rode Greyhound buses making Alan Lomax-style field recordings of amateur musicians along the byways of America. He'd tape their performances and interview them for his podcast "Night Bus Radio," a low-fi documentary series sponsored by the streaming service SoundCloud.
  • At Coachella festival, music and fashion are a natural fit

    At Coachella festival, music and fashion are a natural fit
    As the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival expands from one weekend to two, so do the fashion and music marketing opportunities in Southern California. Labels such as Levi's, H&M, Lacoste, Armani A|X, Mulberry and Madewell (J. Crew's little sister)...

    To Art Basel and beyond

    To Art Basel and beyond
    At the Pulse Art Fair in Miami, visitors to Kerry Phillips' booth may notice a distinct lack of framed contemporary art, furniture and price stickers. Instead, the Miami artist, in collaboration with the Girls' Club Collection in Fort Lauderdale, has...

    Album review: Duck Sauce, 'Quack'

    Album review: Duck Sauce, 'Quack'
    **1/2 (out of four) Fans of "Paul's Boutique"-era Beastie Boys, Fatboy Slim and, yes, disco, step right up: A-Trak, Kanye's former DJ who co-founded Fool's Gold Records (Danny Brown, Chromeo, Kid Sister), and Armand Van Helden (the legendary DJ who has...

    Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros bring their Big Top to Chinatown

    Those who commute past Chinatown this week are forgiven for thinking the circus had arrived in town. Although the candy-striped tents occupying the L.A. State Historic Park may suggest ringmasters, clowns and lion tamers, in truth the tents will house the...