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  • Looking for Lenny

    Looking for Lenny
    When I worked in radio years ago, I had friends with bands always bugging me to play their music on the air. They didn’t realize the big system in place that has record labels dictating what songs radio stations can play, and all that other...
  • Updating the Dr. Martens work boot

    Updating the Dr. Martens work boot
    WHEN the first Dr. Martens came off the production line in 1960, they were the anonymous all-purpose work boots worn by British postmen, policemen and factory workers. By the late 1960s, skinheads from London's East End had adopted them as their own,...
  • Henry Rollins rides with 'Sons of Anarchy'

  • Coachella's Closing Night Features Hot Bands, Even Hotter Temps

    INDIO -- The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival closed its final night Sunday with smoking hot temperatures nearing triple digits and crowds that appeared as big as ever. The Cure, Public Enemy and Roni Size Reprazent closed this year's music fest,...
  • Flaming Lips bring 'Embyronic's' rock 'n' roll edge to Hollywood

     
    The Flaming Lips' brief appearance in Hollywood on Thursday night was almost more notable for what was missing than what transpired. Gone were the confetti machines, and nowhere on stage was anyone dressed as Santa Claus. Giant metallic spaceships didn???...
  • Jukebox Hero: Jonesy's Jukebox returns online

     
    Cut to 2009 and the radio landscape in the City of Angels is getting kinda lame. If you're not into the far right talk of of Dr. Laura, the all reggaeton all the time stations or Britney Spears, you're pretty much out of luck these days. When Indie 103....
  • L.A. Record celebrates its 100th issue with a month-long festival kicking off this weekend

     
    L.A. Record is the city's liveliest bastion of grass-roots, punk rock, seat-of-your-pants music writing. It's the kind of magazine where the writer can ask an audacious question of a musician and instead of that ending the interview with an unceremonious....
  • L.A. Story

    L.A. Story
    Rock stars, Jazzers, Pachucos...they may have grown up somewhere else quaint, like Sandusky, Ohio, or Canada, but they made their mark here¬ólived, created and died here. Music is as much a part of the L.A. legacy as film and television. From the bebop...
  • 'Nip/Tuck' begins its endgame in October

    FX is loading up for a fairly busy fall with the return of "Nip/Tuck" and two other shows and the possible launch of a new comedy. "Nip/Tuck" will begin its sixth season in October, beginning the countdown to a series finale that will come in 2010 or...