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It's hump day and that means a whole new lineup of live music is coming to the City of Angels. Choose to dance the night away with Miami Horror, go for some laid-back vibes courtesy of She & Him, or perhaps chillwave artist Com Truise is more your style. If there's a particular genre that strikes your fancy, chances are there's a local show happening soon that will fall under its umbrella and we are here to help you get there. So no matter your musical taste, we've got you covered with this guide to the best live music L.A. has to offer this week.
Celebs never cease to amaze us. Whether we're catching up on the latest gossip or being surprised by the new roles they take, there's always something juicy in celebrity news. But we've dug up something that's not always front-page news: celebs who are actually (and shadily) singers. From Ryan Gosling's days in the Mickey Mouse Club to Gossip Girl Ed Westwick's band The Filthy Youth, check out 9 stars who can really sing! MoreĀ»
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.
Mo' Music, Mo' Problems, No Mo'. Once again we have listened to this week's new releases and separated the standouts from the sh*t so you don't have to. Here's what we recommend you download this week for your walk to work. MoreĀ»
Last night the founders of the Music To Know festival announced their line up of bands that will be performing at the two day concert in East Hampton in mid-August. Big name indie acts such as Cold War Kids, Matt and Kim, M. Ward, Chromeo, and Ra Ra Riot will be performing alongside headliners pop rock band Vampire Weekend. MoreĀ»
In spite of searing heat and unexpected transportation dilemmas, hordes of fans came out to Manhattan's Governors Island for indie darlings She & Him's July 4 performance. MoreĀ»
Wednesday, June 19
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.