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Goin’ Out West… Plague Vendor Returns to L.A..

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The city of Los Angeles is steeped in a rich punk tradition that dates back to the late 1970s. The films that make up “The Decline of Western Civilization,” by Penelope Spheeris, are among its most compelling visual documents. In the first of the series she tells the story of Hollywood at the en ...
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Getting Dirtier With Dirty Honey’s New Track..”Rolling 7’s”

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The only snobbery you'll sniff out is the belief that rock and roll is nothing more than Los Angeles’s greatest cultural export! You aren't a legitimate rock music fan if you don't award a "perfect ten" to Dirty Honey’s new emphasis track, “Rolling 7’s”... Read more →

Samantha Fish… She’s Got It Bad

Often underrated and unappreciated… several principle female innovators of blues music are equipped with a staggering amount of raw talent, undeniable moxie and impressionable guitar skills. Whether referencing these female pioneers who excelled despite time periods that were oozing with racism. P ...
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Marquee Moon…. 40 Years of Television

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There’s nothing hotter now than 70’s revivalism… If ever there was a record indebted to that same time and place in pop, it’s Marquee Moon from N.Y. band, Television. It was and still after 40 years upon it release  is still considered a guitar rock maste ...
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New Charges Made on Death of Jewish Rapper, Mac Miller

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Jewish rapper, Mac Miller  was found unresponsive on September 7th, 2018 at his Studio City, California home and authorities pronounced him dead just before noon though the time of death was hours earlier.  He was only 26 when he passed (another member of the 26 death club). The L.A. County ...
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The Waterboys… Where The Action Is.. Mercury Retrograde

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Everyone's talking how astrology has caused the most violent Summer in American history. Mercury is the messenger planet. It's responsible for the way you think and plan ahead… getting from point A to point B, and of course, exchanging information with others. When it's undergoing apparent retrogr ...
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The New Roses and The Glory Road

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Certain genres of music start as a mystery. Usually, a body of bands at a specific time begin experimenting with certain similar sounds or themes. Once the genre is established, fans then spend eons arguing who really started it, or which band epitomized that scene. Sometimes, these bands are fillin ...
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Cat Mother and The All Night Newsboys

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Cat Mother and the All Night Newsboys were one of those classic rock bands that oldies music fans will probably remember. The band was founded in New York City. They are known for their only hit and charting single “Good Old Rock and Roll”, which almost made it ...
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Peter Fonda… Born To Be Wild

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Peter Fonda, the Oscar-nominated actor whose roles in Dennis Hopper’s Easy Rider and Roger Corman’s The Trip made him remembered as an emblematic hippy rebel in the late 1960s, died Friday at the age of 79. The cause of death was respiratory failure due to lu ...
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The Rembrandts Return “Via Satellite”

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Rock and roll stars can be awfully crass…  And at times they carry a certain arrogance.. sometimes perceived.. sometimes invented and at times genuine. As the L.A. music scene evolved from the kaleidoscope sounds of the late 60's  there was the burgeoning  echo reminiscent of British pop along ...
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