I first became acquainted with DL skateboards through the website for SALT Surfboards.
SALT is a New York based surfboard company that makes well crafted, simple surfboards in California for the New York surfer.
Saint Motel is your basic rock and roll band with a bit of pop to it.
They are real popular in the young crowds but their rock out shows attract us young at hearts as well. They just released their vinyl 7″1 record “At least I have nothing” and Dec 3rd had a release show at Origami Vinyl in Echo Park, California to celebrate.
Grunge fans, your post-Nirvana phase will be rebuilt with the psychedelic sounds of Useless Keys. They’re currently in the studio to record the album Anything But White Noise, their debut LP. The band has been around for several years, and I have followed them for about two. I’ve seen members come and go, and now I am so pleased to announce they are back to their original four. Continue Reading →
Kiev is one of Orange County, LA’s hottest up and coming DIY bands. They’ve exploded in the last 6 months after their mind blowing live 3D show, which has helped them win several local music awards. On top of this they are all over the music scene in both video and article reviews. Continue Reading →
Attention Rock and Roll junkies: this is the all-star, stage-dominating, touch-you-deep-in-your-homegrown-soul Los Angeles band you’ve been looking for. Rival Sons has been rocking the scene since 2008, bringing their soulful and gritty sound from L.A. to Europe and back. Often compared to The Black Keys, Band of Skulls, or even AC/DC, their sound has developed a loyal following, and I predict something huge on the horizon. Here are some recent shots from a packed house at Hemmingway’s in Hollywood. Continue Reading →
In 2006, thousands of supporters poured their time, energy, money, and bodies into a cause for growth, for beauty, for a little piece of magic in an ever growing cement urbanism.
In 2006 Ralph Horowitz ordered his bulldozers to destroy the largest urban farm in USA located at East 41st and South Alameda in South Los Angeles, California, called South Central Farm, instantly destroying 14 acres of community, sharing, plants, vegetables, and education for the 350 families that cultivated the land. Continue Reading →