Los Angeles Stuff
With songs about gender, power, and the movies, Hit Bargain takes you beyond the visceral thrills of punk while still indulging in them.
Sunday's lush electro-pop cover inhabits the tune so well that we thought it was her original.
LA producer Anenon is brining local musicians to MOCA's galleries for a year of live performances. Listen to the premiere of his new song "Mouth" for a taste of what's to come.
Inspired by true crime shows, the LA dream grunge project is serving Nancy Sinatra meets David Bowie meets a restraining order.
Born in the early 90s, the local ska scene of inner-city LA has evolved from its origins in grassroots backyard gigs into a cultural youth movement still alive and skanking today.
The Screwed Up Click member talked Screw's influence and legacy at a retrospective in LA.
It's a fierce bit of pop that sounds kind of like if Carly Rae Jepsen fronted a New Wave band that made songs for John Hughes films.
We joined the Dre protege at Mack Sennet Studios in LA for one of the first-ever virtual reality concert experiences.
The largest Dia de los Muertos event in the country is a far cry from the money-grabbing appropriation of so-called Day of the Dead fests.