Oct 042018
 

Depreston- Courtney Barnett

Things to do in Los Angeles this weekend (10/4-10/7/18)-

Thursday

Looking for information on the upcoming Midterm Elections? Hammer Museum is hosting a Midterms Primer with Christina Bellantoni, journalist and director of the Annenberg Media Center; Shaniqua McClendon, political director for Crooked Media, home to the popular podcast Pod Save America; and Rick Hasen, Chancellor’s Professor of Law and Political Science at the University of California, Irvine, discussing the issues and candidates that define the political landscape. It will be moderated by Jessica Yellin, journalist and former chief White House correspondent for CNN.

Interpol are playing with The Kills and Sunflower Bean at the Hollywood Bowl

Mint Field and Deep Fields are opening for Ulrika Spacek at The Echo

Friday

Courtney Barnett is playing at The Greek Theatre with Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks and Waxahatchee opening

Photo Independent opens at The Reef and runs until Sunday

It’s the last weekend to visit the Pasadena Museum of California Art before it closes forever, and today is the last day to visit for free

The Adult Swim Festival begins at ROW DTLA with a preview night that has performances by Open Mike Eagle, Metro Boomin, and T-Pain

Joey Purp is performing at The Roxy with Kami

Kim and The Created and Nani are opening for Shonen Knife at the Bootleg Theater

Saturday

Eagle Rock Music Festival is a free community event with a long list of musical performers that includes Cut Chemist, Billy Changer, and Vintage Trouble, as well as work by several local visual artists

Hammer Museum is staying open late to celebrate the opening of two of their exhibitions- Adrian Piper: Concepts and Intuitions, 1965-2016 and Stones to Stains: The Drawings of Victor Hugo with live music, a cash bar and food trucks to entertain you after checking out the art

The Pharcyde is hosting a festival at The Novo with performers that include Bas, Dead Prez and more

The Adult Swim Festival continues with performances by artists that include- Wavves, Flying Lotus, Thundercat, Zola Jesus, and Mastodon as well as standup comedy from Hannibal Buress and others

Saint Sister are playing at the Bootleg Theater with Motor Sales opening

Sunday

Experimental filmmaker Ken Jacobs will be at LACMA to discuss his work and will also show several clips from his 3D work that does not require glasses. This program is presented in conjunction with the exhibition 3D: Double Vision (free but ticket required)

WAR STORIES: Tales of 70’s & 80’s Punk Mayhem Told By The Perpetrators Themselves, at The Roxy is a night of storytelling by performers that include Flea, Abby Travis, Keith Morris, Mike Watt and more

Bootleg Theater is hosting a free Launch Party for Feckless Cunt: A Feminist Anthology with readings by contributors and young LA poets

Hammer Museum is hosting a free (but register) all day symposium discussing the work of artist Adrian Piper, coinciding with the exhibition Adrian Piper: Concepts and Intuitions, 1965–2016

It’s the final night of The Adult Swim Festival with artists that include Dan Deacon, Run the Jewels, Big Freedia, and Neko Case, as well a Rick and Morty Musical Ricksperience and performances by standup comedians

All weekend

If you are downtown for Photo Independent, make sure to check out the last weekend of  WDCH Dreams, the public art installation at the Walt Disney Concert Hall by media artist Refik Anadol. Performances run every half hour starting at 7:30pm and ending at 11:30pm.

Apr 092015
 

Interpol- NYC

NYC is a single from Interpol’s debut album Turn on the Bright Lights, which was released in 2002. This video was created and directed by multimedia artist Doug Aitken.

Interpol are playing on the Friday (4/10) of Coachella this year. For the full lineup and set times for the first weekend- https://www.coachella.com/settimes/