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There's a few different ways a not-entirely-in-their-prime band can choose to view a gig headlining a post-race Friday night concert at a horse track in Inglewood. Naturally, for a band band that's played high profile sets at Lollapalooza and Coachella like Scottish post-punkers The Jesus & Mary Chain, one understandable reaction would be that this is a letdown. Then again, if you were in JAMC, a band that could have ended in murder-suicide several times over their tumultuous career, you could call the fact that the brothers Reid are happy, (relatively) healthy and still playing a pretty major accomplishment unto itself. Let's take a look. 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»
Wednesday, May 22
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.