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Flea (music artist)

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  • MOCA tuned in to arts programming on its YouTube channel

     MOCA tuned in to arts programming on its YouTube channel
    In a corner office at the Museum of Contemporary Art, a big white board is a tangle of names, dates and ideas scrawled in brightly colored markers. At the center is a chart for the video network MOCAtv, plotting new programs on the artist Urs Fischer...
  • Watch Atoms for Peace perform at a recent L.A. club gig

    Watch Atoms for Peace perform at a recent L.A. club gig
    One item not included in my recent Arts & Books article on Atoms for Peace was the fact that Thom Yorke wore a tank top during the band's semi-secret club show last month in Los Angeles. Big deal, you might be thinking. But given the bookish shut-in...
  • Atoms for Peace's Thom Yorke and Flea go 'Amok,' find their groove

    Atoms for Peace's Thom Yorke and Flea go 'Amok,' find their groove
    One of the hottest tickets in Los Angeles this month was for a last-minute club show by Atoms for Peace, the high-profile side project built around an odd couple of alternative-rock superstars. The concert was in preparation for an extensive world...
  • Atoms for Peace muscles up at intimate warm-up gig

    Atoms for Peace muscles up at intimate warm-up gig
    “This is a rehearsal, right?” asked Thom Yorke not long into his show Friday night with Atoms for Peace, and that was one way of looking at it. Announced online Friday morning (with tickets available through radio stations, record stores and a...
  • Gustavo Dudamel is bowled over by the Bowl

    Gustavo Dudamel is bowled over by the Bowl
    In the history of music, certain artists always will be twined with certain venues: Charlie Parker and Birdland, the Apollo Theater and Ella Fitzgerald, James Levine and the Metropolitan Opera House. The number of performers who've played the...
  • Atoms for Peace announce Friday gig, to sell tix at record stores

    Atoms for Peace announce Friday gig, to sell tix at record stores
    Atoms for Peace, the semi-Los Angeles-based rhythm band featuring Thom Yorke of Radiohead, Red Hot Chili Peppers' bassist Flea, drummer Joey Waronker, percussionist Mauro Refosco and producer/Ultraista co-founder Nigel Godrich, has announced some...
  • MOCAtv releases new Black Flag/Raymond Pettibon doc on punk art

    MOCAtv releases new Black Flag/Raymond Pettibon doc on punk art
    Black Flag's menacingly simple logo, designed by artist Raymond Pettibon in the late 1970s, has achieved a kind of ubiquity few others have. Born on the streets of Los Angeles, his design for his brother Greg Ginn's band Black Flag consisted solely of...
  • When you say jazz, Nicholas Payton hears BAM

    When you say jazz, Nicholas Payton hears BAM
    In a cramped UCLA classroom, trumpeter Nicholas Payton is leading a young septet of college students through his piece "The Backwards Step." He's here as part of a weeklong teaching residency, and the song he plays to the group at the Thelonious Monk...
  • Coachella 2013: Red Hot Chili Peppers lack a certain spice

    Coachella 2013: Red Hot Chili Peppers lack a certain spice
    INDIO -- "I feel like I'm in 'Lawrence of Arabia,' " Anthony Kiedis said Sunday night, not long after Red Hot Chili Peppers had taken the main stage at Coachella for the final headlining performance of the three-day festival. Kiedis was referring to the...
  • A gathering of body and soul at Cheyann Benedict's new boutique

    A gathering of body and soul at Cheyann Benedict's new boutique
    T-shirts were once novelty items: Disneyland giveaways for deeply uncool vacationers, concert keepsakes for the young and disheveled, kitschy thrift-store finds for young women with hair in Princess Leia buns. But in the last decade the garments have...
  • NCAA sure knows how to ruin a party

    NCAA sure knows how to ruin a party
    They opened the shiny, new Pauley Pavilion Friday night amid pomp and less-than-desired circumstance. The first game in the $136-million redo of outdated Pauley was preceded by loud music, speeches, floodlights, laser beams and fancy graphics on a big...