There’s a new ailment that’s terrifying the country music world – PPTSD, or “Post-Partum Taylor Swift Depression.”
On Tuesday night, L.A.’s must-see live set of the week was at Jewel’s Catch One, the African American lesbian dance club in Mid-City. L.A.’s hipster elite was out in full force, including Este Haim, superproducer Jon Brion and all varietal of beard, selvedge denim and...
In L.A. hip-hop, Kendrick Lamar is the one artist everyone can agree on. Now, in a new music video, he's taken that musical peacemaking ability into real life.
Kurt Cobain was always a champion of weird underground bands and the classic rock titans his band would soon join in the history books. Now there's a new document of his rangy, funny and influential tastes in music.
Throughout the first night of Hard Day of the Dead at the Pomona Fairplex, a new sound tore through the air. It was the shriek of fans, strapped to a cable 100 feet high, barreling down a zipline over the tens of thousands of ravers below.
It's almost like a horror movie: Just when you though the summer concert festival season was finally over, a bony hand reaches from the grave and grabs you for one last sequel.
On the roof deck of his Santa Monica office, Interscope Records' Chairman and Chief Executive John Janick took a break between meetings late on a Friday afternoon. The 36-year-old, dressed in an unassuming gray T-shirt, was just three months into his tenure as the second CEO of one of music's...