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In honor of the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles' Centennial Anniversary, KCRW's First Fridays and Spaceland helped throw a grand celebration with festivities highlighted by high-energy performances from hip-hop legend GZA/The Genius and New Wave pioneers DEVO in NHM's outdoor gardens on Sunday night. The event drew everyone from NHM members to hip-hop heads and a huge number of DEVO fanatics sporting the band's trademark "energy dome" hats to celebrate the museum's 100 years.
Well, summer is officially over, but that doesn't mean The Summer Of Live Music is anywhere close to being done. The fact is, hot weather in September is nothing new, and that means that there's a plethora of outdoor concerts, weekend festivals, rare touring acts, and innovative shows to keep us all occupied from now until the World Series. Enough, in fact, that we couldn't in good conscience let you go through the week without a comprehensive guide. So whether you're angling to check out My Morning Jacket on their three-day stand at The Wiltern or JJAMZ representing in San Pedro for the Lobster Festival, just make sure you get out of the house, and Go See A Show! More»
Many of life's richest and most rewarding combinations, from peanut butter & jelly to alcohol & swimming, probably required a leap of faith at some point. It is only through visionary ideas and a willingness to take risks that these ideas become accepted, normalized, and eventually beloved. In this spirit, we humbly present this weekend's Devo concert at the Betfair Hollywood Park horse racing track, a concept that, while it might seem strange at first, is just brilliant enough to totally reinvent your Friday nights. We'll tell you why. More»
[Devo partying backstage, 1977] Every week, we tell you that the slate of amazing, diverse live music in the L.A. area shows no signs of letting up. Frankly, we're not sure whether you believe us or not, because maybe you're all just getting used to being able to see the biggest names and best-kept-secret young talents in the music world, week after week, and you take this all for granted. Well, all we can do is keep hitting you with our top picks from yet another amazing week of awesome, unique live shows from your favorites and future favorites in every genre. I guess what we're trying to say is, Go See A Show! More»
We've put together some songs to go along with this weekend and get you into the spirit of Coachella. Not like you needed any more, but just in case you need that extra oomph to get you going. Or if you need to do a quick brush up on the music of some of the artists you'll be seeing this weekend. More»
Every year at Coachella, amid all carefree nonsense and half-naked partying, fun-loving music fans must make some hard choices when acts perform at the same time on different stages. More»
High Society is set to premiere on March 10 on The CW. The reality show about New York fauxciety fixtures like Virginia rug salesman's daughter Tinsley Mortimer has been shooting around town for weeks. What other locals are risking their reputations to appear on the series?According to a dizzying series of emails sent to us by a tipster (who seems to know an awful lot about production and PR lingo),
"This series is going to tear down the golden facade of the socialite world in NYC, so keep your eyes on The Social Registry (?), names will be dropping like flies." More»
Tuesday, June 18
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.