Detroit Bar: The Velvet Curtains Call

Detroit Bar: The Velvet Curtains Call

That place, that place right at the corner is Detroit Bar. It shares the asphalt with a superstore and a laundrymat, but might as well own the entire parking lot on a good night. And that’s what Detroit bar is reknown for;...

Breach The Summit on Video

Breach The Summit on Video

Breach The Summit are energetic, enthusiastic and basically embody everything that’s great about young, fresh bands. They pay a lot of attention to the beat, something that becomes clear the moment lead singer Olen Kittelsen sits down behind the drum...

The Devious Means Live at the Yost

The Devious Means Live at the Yost

By the time The Devious Means took over the stage halfway through opening night of the OCMAs, the energy of the room was nearing its peak. They pushed it over the edge. The Devious Means’ stage presence is dynamic and unrelentingly personable. Add in...

In 2014, Where are the Syd Barrett Fans?

In 2014, Where are the Syd Barrett Fans?

Nearly everyone has listened to Pink Floyd, but I was shocked to learn that hardly anyone has so much as heard of Syd Barrett. I even once watched a documentary about Pink Floyd that did not mention him once. So...

The Three O’ Clock at The Observatory

The Three O’ Clock at The Observatory

The first thing that became apparent to me when I stepped foot inside The Observatorywas the incredible diversity of the crowd. It was a room full of cheery dread-bearing chain smokers, well-kempt yet utterly tranquil business men, elated young people...

A Band Defying Conventions About Gender, Music and Tradition: The Great Wilderness

A Band Defying Conventions About Gender, Music and Tradition: The Great Wilderness

An almost tribal drumbeat has overtaken the room. At the center of the stage is the figure of a girl intently curled, enraptured, over a red and ivory Fender Jaguar guitar. Her red hair sways rhythmically above its strings, over...

Rock isn’t Dead, it’s Oh Sees Weird

Rock isn’t Dead, it’s Oh Sees Weird

A common saying since Rock & Roll started branching out is that: “rock is dead”. All those who revel in the bands of the past can attest to this, saying repeated phrases like “now that was back when music was...

Having fun Like Swimming: An Interview

Having fun Like Swimming: An Interview

It’s Friday of Culture Collide and Like Swimming are playing their ninth show ever.  The crowd is moving, and the trio is right there with them, in the Taix Front Lounge.  The night before, they had played their eighth show ever (in case you’re counting...

The Twists and Turns of Portugal. the Man

The Twists and Turns of Portugal. the Man

The haunting lyrics of the Righteous Brothers’ “Unchained Melody” play in the background as the fog machine rolls a blanket over the audience and Portugal. The Man claim the stage. Lead singer John Gourley is wearing a shirt bearing Lou Reed’s face – a...

Lou Reed, in Memoriam

Lou Reed, in Memoriam

It seems fitting that Lou Reed would receive a surge of popularity after passing on. His albums are reentering charts around the globe and the Internet is a frenzy of articles and photos. This has always been the Lou Reed way; blaze a trail and...

The Raveonettes Interview at Culture Collide

The Raveonettes Interview at Culture Collide

While Culture Collide Festival provides an introduction to Los Angeles for many a newly-formed international act that takes its stages, it was veteran artists and Danish-duo-turned-L.A.-locals The Raveonettes who decidedly concluded this year’s fest, with a raucous midnight set on the Red Bull Sound...

The Velvet Underground for the Uninitiated

The Velvet Underground for the Uninitiated

When I first heard of the death of Lou Reed, I was in denial. I frantically searched the internet for the hope that this was nothing more than a rumor, but I was saddened to find it to be fact. Lou...

Detroit Bar: The Velvet Curtains Call

Detroit Bar: The Velvet Curtains Call

That place, that place right at the corner is Detroit Bar. It shares the asphalt with a superstore and a laundrymat, but might as well own the entire parking lot on a good night. And that’s what Detroit bar is reknown for;...

Breach The Summit on Video

Breach The Summit on Video

Breach The Summit are energetic, enthusiastic and basically embody everything that’s great about young, fresh bands. They pay a lot of attention to the beat, something that becomes clear the moment lead singer Olen Kittelsen sits down behind the drum...

The Devious Means Live at the Yost

The Devious Means Live at the Yost

By the time The Devious Means took over the stage halfway through opening night of the OCMAs, the energy of the room was nearing its peak. They pushed it over the edge. The Devious Means’ stage presence is dynamic and unrelentingly personable. Add in...

In 2014, Where are the Syd Barrett Fans?

In 2014, Where are the Syd Barrett Fans?

Nearly everyone has listened to Pink Floyd, but I was shocked to learn that hardly anyone has so much as heard of Syd Barrett. I even once watched a documentary about Pink Floyd that did not mention him once. So...

The Three O’ Clock at The Observatory

The Three O’ Clock at The Observatory

The first thing that became apparent to me when I stepped foot inside The Observatorywas the incredible diversity of the crowd. It was a room full of cheery dread-bearing chain smokers, well-kempt yet utterly tranquil business men, elated young people...

A Band Defying Conventions About Gender, Music and Tradition: The Great Wilderness

A Band Defying Conventions About Gender, Music and Tradition: The Great Wilderness

An almost tribal drumbeat has overtaken the room. At the center of the stage is the figure of a girl intently curled, enraptured, over a red and ivory Fender Jaguar guitar. Her red hair sways rhythmically above its strings, over...

Rock isn’t Dead, it’s Oh Sees Weird

Rock isn’t Dead, it’s Oh Sees Weird

A common saying since Rock & Roll started branching out is that: “rock is dead”. All those who revel in the bands of the past can attest to this, saying repeated phrases like “now that was back when music was...

Having fun Like Swimming: An Interview

Having fun Like Swimming: An Interview

It’s Friday of Culture Collide and Like Swimming are playing their ninth show ever.  The crowd is moving, and the trio is right there with them, in the Taix Front Lounge.  The night before, they had played their eighth show ever (in case you’re counting...

The Twists and Turns of Portugal. the Man

The Twists and Turns of Portugal. the Man

The haunting lyrics of the Righteous Brothers’ “Unchained Melody” play in the background as the fog machine rolls a blanket over the audience and Portugal. The Man claim the stage. Lead singer John Gourley is wearing a shirt bearing Lou Reed’s face – a...

Lou Reed, in Memoriam

Lou Reed, in Memoriam

It seems fitting that Lou Reed would receive a surge of popularity after passing on. His albums are reentering charts around the globe and the Internet is a frenzy of articles and photos. This has always been the Lou Reed way; blaze a trail and...

The Raveonettes Interview at Culture Collide

The Raveonettes Interview at Culture Collide

While Culture Collide Festival provides an introduction to Los Angeles for many a newly-formed international act that takes its stages, it was veteran artists and Danish-duo-turned-L.A.-locals The Raveonettes who decidedly concluded this year’s fest, with a raucous midnight set on the Red Bull Sound...

The Velvet Underground for the Uninitiated

The Velvet Underground for the Uninitiated

When I first heard of the death of Lou Reed, I was in denial. I frantically searched the internet for the hope that this was nothing more than a rumor, but I was saddened to find it to be fact. Lou...

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