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MARK LANEGAN and WESLEY EISOLD

Mark Lanegan And Wesley Eisold Reveal ‘Plague Poems’

“Do we sing what we write or write what we sing?” Mark Lanegan and Wesley Eisold have come together to present words of dystopian desolation - well timed, no doubt. “Plague Poems” is a collection of 23 poems written by each, for love: lost, losing, and even sometimes found. Written in February and March of 2020, the sub-conscious presents a narrative of love in the end of … [Read More]

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DIPLO Corona World Tour Dates

Diplo Live Streaming DJ Sets

For the duration of social distancing / quarantine practices in the U.S., Diplo will live stream DJ sets from his house five nights per week. The streams, … [Read More]

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Napalm Records

Napalm Records Lunches Online Tour Info Hub

As the impact of COVID-19 is being felt around the world, many of our Napalm Records artists and their teams have had to make the very difficult decision to postpone … [Read More]

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TINSLEY ELLIS plays The Coach House Mar. 8; photo James Christophe

Guitarist Tinsley Ellis To Open For Jimmie Vaughan

Blues rock legend Tinsley Ellis makes his return to SoCal playing alongside Jimmie Vaughan at The Coach House in San Juan Capistrano Mar. 8. Ellis and his … [Read More]

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UFO's Phil Mogg; photo James Christopher

Lights Out Cells Up!

After 50 years of hard rocking, hard touring and presumably hard living, UK’s UFO are calling it a day. No more short stops in towns around the globe, living out of … [Read More]

For The Love Of Bass

K!NGS; press photo

K!NGS Reign Supreme

Bass music continues to get better and better here in LA. Mark Kingsley has long played an active role in this development; through his acts Da Moth and K!NGS, as well as co-producing Mutate Events and being the COO at Producers Social. K!NGS latest release is … [Read More]

Tales From The Photo Pit

WEAPONS OF ANEW; photo Andy Ortega

Weapons Of Anew: A Tale From The Photo Pit

As the elevator door to the top floor of the Anaheim Gardenwalk opened, the older, bearded man next to me with a black jean jacket with patches says, "Looks like the rest of us are here for the show!" A few of my elevator-mates were still wearing their NAMM … [Read More]

Album Reviews

Drive-By Truckers “The Unraveling” cover art

ALBUM REVIEW: Drive-By Truckers “The Unraveling”

Drive-By Truckers are back with a vengeance after 3 ½ years with their new album The Unraveling. Always a political band, the current state of world affairs and the political climate here at home have given them ample fodder to be frustrated about. Lesser … [Read More]

Concert Reviews

UFO's Phil Mogg; photo James Christopher

Lights Out Cells Up!

After 50 years of hard rocking, hard touring and presumably hard living, UK’s UFO are calling it a day. No more short stops in towns around the globe, living out of a suitcase, or climbing on and off a tour bus. Fifty years. That’s right – fifty! But, … [Read More]