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[Photo via] This week marks the end of July and the start of August - which means TONS of live music! Two music festivals are happening in the heart of L.A. and two rock legends will be playing as well. Catch some R&B or go a little harder with El-P. Whatever you decide, as long as you get out there. See your options in this guide to L.A.'s best live music this week.
[Photo via] Planning for the weeks ahead? You should be! The next few weeks have a ton of parties in store, and we're looking forward to all of them. Whether you want to try LA's finest foods at California Spirit XXIX, dance all weekend long at HARD, or get your Gatsby on with a Prohibition Party, we've put together a list of 10 can't-miss events that you should definitely have on your list.
As the time of year meant for letting loose and basking in the warm air and sunshine, summertime fun and music festival go hand-in-hand, complete with live music, dancing and general revelry. Lucky for us, the music fest circuit is kicking into high gear and L.A. is hosting some of the hottest ones this summer for your enjoyment. This year we have long-running festivals holding it down and a couple of newbies breaking onto the scene, all of which cover the whole music fest spectrum, from the unst-unst, rave-y, PLUR-filled ones to the psychedelic hippy-ish retreats. We've pored over the plethora of events and narrowed it down to the ones you can't miss, so pay attention as we guide to the best music festivals to hit this summer in the L.A. area.
Skrillex, Bassnectar, Amon Tobin, and the Disco Biscuits headlined this years 2012 Camp Bisco Music Festival. The 11th annual festival came to an end on Saturday after its three-day run in Pattersonville, New York. More»
If your favorite raver seems to be running about a quart low on serotonin today, there's a perfectly good explanation: they were probably dancing it up all weekend in Las Vegas at EDC 2012. And while you may have heard the disappointing news that festival organizers Insomniac were forced to cut the show short on Saturday night due to a raging desert windstorm, don't feel too badly for the party rockers, because they picked up again with a vengeance on Sunday, closing out the festival with a solid exclamation point. We've sorted through thousands of photos to give you a chance to live, or re-live, the madness. More»
If you have tickets for Electric Daisy Carnival this weekend, you're probably already set. Your bags are packed. You've studied the set schedule. You've designed a homemade Deadmau5 head with a Pauly D blowout on top (and what a tragic shame that those two won't be on hand to see it). But before you start driving towards Vegas, do yourself a big favor and read up on our essential tips to surviving the weekend. Because just like everything else in Vegas, there's a right way and a wrong way to do EDC. Don't you want to do it the right way? More»
So who's going to Las Vegas this weekend to get down to some electronic dance music? Actually, let's rephrase that: if you want to get down to EDM this weekend, you'd better be going to Vegas, because every artist you've ever heard of (and many you'll be hearing about soon) are all playing the 16th annual Electric Daisy Carnival at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, starting tomorrow. And when we say "everyone," that's really not much of an exaggeration. Check out the just-released full set schedule and start your stage-hopping plans now! More»
Mick Jagger sends Kristen Wiig off in style in the season finale of Saturday Night Live -- and she sings at the after party, Pearl Jam will be a headliner for Jay-Z's "Made In America" music festival, Adele racks up 12 awards at the 2012 Billboard Music Awards, and more on today's Music News Round Up! Check it out.
Welcome back to round deux of your weekly dose of tuneage.
This week we've got some new jams from alt electro weirdos Bassnectar, mellow folk guy M. Ward, and some Florence + the Machine, without the machine.
Oh, and have a raging weekend.
Monday, March 10
Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.