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Fans who turned out for the second annual Odd Future Carnival at L.A. Memorial Coliseum on Saturday got a very special surprise when Yeezus himself appeared on stage during Tyler The Creator's set. Joined by Tyler and Earl Sweatshirt, Kanye's unannounced appearance included performances of his tracks "New Slave" from Yeezus and "Late" off of Late Registration.
[Photo via] Hello, November! Although time has fallen back, our local music scene hasn't slowed down one bit. From today until Sunday, we've got you up to date with a list of kickass concerts, including Atlas Genius, Blink-182, Selena Gomez, Nine Inch Nails, Avicii, and more. Yes, it's all happening this week in your wonderful City of Angels, so start the month off right with a show (or 2?!) using our guide to L.A.'s best live music this week.
We're all gearing up for the drunken debauchery that is SXSW, and what better way to mentally prepare than reliving the parties from years past? In a sea free beer and whiskey, it's easy to blur together the parties of SXSW, so we've rounded up our Austin experience from last year's festival. Check out some of the coolest parties that happened at SXSW 2012. More>>
For all the amazing artists in NYC, there are dozens more who go unnoticed. Fortunately, there are a few places that merge major acts with talented up-and-coming musicians. Check out these 7 clubs in NYC that are known for hosting emerging artists. More»
Music, design and cutting-edge technology all converged in a grand, multi-sensory experience with the opening reception celebration of the RE:MIX LAB series Friday night fueled by Hyundai. From gaming, food, drinks, demos, live musical performances from the likes of Casey Veggies and art on display, see how Hyundai rocked Downtown L.A. for the unveiling of three new customized Re:Mix vehicles.
We have one last pair of tickets to give away to SBTRKT's Sunday night (October 14th) show at Club Nokia with Kilo Kish and Odd Future's Syd The Kid and will be selecting our lucky winner TODAY. Keep reading for details on the incredibly simple way to enter the running! More»
Well, with all our big talk about the unstoppable Summer Of Live Music, even we have to admit that as we get into the dog days, things have slowed down a half step. It makes sense, though: a lot of big names are on national or international tours and your favorite bands are playing mega-festivals everywhere from a beach on the Gulf Coast to a field in rural England somewhere. But don't be alarmed; what we're lacking in volume, we're making up for in sheer quality. So just like any other week/weekend, you have no excuse not to get out there and Go See A Show!
The reason why so many Hip Hop artists have come out of New York is due to the fact that the city represents an urban struggle, among many other things. The city culture fosters a creative and provocative haven that is exceedingly organic for artists. Here are 7 of the up and coming artist that are from the area. Check out Dylan Owen, Kilo Kish, Vinny Cha$e, and more!
So Tuesday's not even over yet, and you've already got your eyes on the weekend, don't you? I mean, who could blame you? 3-day weekends are worth their weight in gold, and even by our standards, this one is packed full of enough kick-ass live music for you to really make a mini-vacation of it. But trust us when we tell you that before we even hit Memorial Day, there's a whole load of amazing bands, shows and events rolling through our fair city this week. So what are you waiting for? Today's the day to Go See A Show! More»
Friday, March 7
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.