May 29 at 7:30PM, Zócalo Public Square has a very interesting event held with Occidental College: they’re going to try to answer the question “Can popular music still change pop culture?” We think that’s still possible but we’d love to see what experts have to say. It’ll be moderated by Thaddeus Russell.
We haven’t heard from the Silver Lake Chorus for a little bit so here’s an update on what they’re doing: they have a show Friday at the Bootleg Theater. The Spring Standards will be performing, too.
Local musician Pi Jacobs has a few upcoming shows around California but, most notably, she’ll be performing in Venice Beach on June 20. She sounds like a cool rocker chick: check it out!
House people, bend your ears here: Boiler Room recently had a little LA something and Jazner did a great set that we’re a bit obsessed with. You can watch the video of it or you can simply listen to it after the jump.
Welcome to Los Angeles, the city of broken dreams, broken beer bottles and crazy motherfu…—you get my point. Whether you live here (obviously you moved here from somewhere else), or you’re driving through town on tour with your band, the itinerary below is one that you’ll need to follow to fulfill your dream of living like a music legend. Follow the steps the legends took, but don’t make the same mistakes, you don’t have a major record label and powerful manager to bail you out of jail. Experience the iconic Los Angeles sites that have caused controversy, tears, scandals and questionable venereal diseases.