Sep 212018
 

Yuno- No Going Back

Things to do in Los Angeles this weekend (9/20-9/23/18)-

Thursday

Hammer Museum is hosting Flux, a free fall program of film screenings, with special guest filmmakers including Emmanuel Adjei, Autumn de Wilde, Kilo Kish and Kim Gehrig, with a courtyard after-party to follow

The National are playing at The Hollywood Palladium with Phoebe Bridgers opening (also Friday)

Nothing are playing with Culture Abuse at The Regent Theater

Warm Drag are having a record release party at The Echo with Secret Stare and David Scott Stone also performing

MOCA Music at The Geffen Contemporary location features Late Night Laggers with Jesse Baez, The.Wav, Nick & Navi and special guests Dave Nada and Tittsworth for this week’s free event (but RSVP)

Healing Gems are playing with Sister Mantos, Oscura Luna and Te Adoro at the Bootleg Theater

 

Friday

Venice Afterburn is a free daytime art and music festival event running daily until 10pm through Sunday, that brings the Burning Man experience to Venice

Flamingosis is performing with DJ UNiiQU3 at the El Rey Theatre

The Midnight are playing at The Fonda Theatre with ayokay opening

Gabriel Garzón-Montano is opening for Kali Uchis at The Shrine Expo Hall or see him play a late show (11:59pm) at the Moroccan Lounge

The Charlatans UK are playing at the Teragram Ballroom with The Winachi Tribe

 

Saturday

Yuno is opening for Superorganism at The Fonda Theatre

The Broad and X-Tra are hosting an afternoon presentation and workshop on successful financial strategies for artists by LA artist Edgar Arceneaux based on his project New Financial Architectures for Creative Communities ($15 suggested)

Frogtown is having its annual art walk with 37 venues, 50 artists, 3 stages with music, a half mile interactive light installation, and more

Entrance, Shannon Lay, Draemings, Imaad Wasif, and more will be celebrating the words and music of Leonard Cohen at The Echo

Cinespia is showing Yellow Submarine at Hollywood Forever Cemetery with fireworks to follow

 

Sunday

Grizzly Bear, TV on The Radio, and Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith are playing at The Hollywood Bowl

There is a The The documentary screening at The Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever which will include a Q&A with Matt Johnson

Party Nails and Polartropica will be playing at The Echo with Uruguay and Maiah Manser opening

Chanti Darling and Harriet Brown are playing at the Bootleg Theater with TWINKIDS opening

 

 

Feb 162017
 

Vince Staples- Lift Me Up

Things to do in Los Angeles this weekend (2/16-2/19/17)-

Thursday

Crocodiles are playing with AJ Davila at the Bootleg Theater

Critic and curator Robert Storr will be discussing the art work of Louise Bourgeois at the Hammer Museum with a book signing to follow (free)

Paper Bird, Laura Burhenn of The Mynabirds and Bones Muhroni are playing a free show at The Satellite

Friday

Surfer Blood are playing at the Teragram Ballroom with The Aquadolls and Prism Tats

Chad Valley is playing with Computer Magic at The Echo

This week’s David Lynch movie pairing at The Egyptian Theatre is Lost Highway with Luis Buñuel’s That Obscure Object of Desire

Saturday

Vince Staples is performing at the Air + Style music festival at Exposition Park along with Flume, Chromeo, Vic Mensa, St. Lucia, The Shelters, Phantoms and RKCB.

Ace Hotel is celebrating Wikipedia Day in their Segovia Hall with speakers that include UCLA Vice-chair of Digital Media Arts, Peter Lunenfeld, Juliet Lapidos from the LA Times and former Chief CNN White House Correspondent Jessica Yellin, and more-plus cake! (free with rsvp)

The Aero Theatre in Santa Monica is hosting a Dead of Winter Horror Marathon. $25 gets you admission to Return of the Living Dead, Re-Animator, Evil Dead II, Cemetery Man and Night of The Creeps

Kan Wakan is playing at the Bootleg Theater with Moon Honey

So Many Wizards are playing with Avi Buffalo and Litronix at The Hi Hat

Sunday

Los Angeles Film Forum’s Festival of (In)Appropriation returns to the Spielberg Theatre at The Egyptian with short films that incorporate already existing media and turn them into new artwork

Air + Style’s music festival continues with Major Lazer, YG, Zhu, TV On The Radio, Russ, Louis the Child, Marian Hill, XYLØ, Powers, and 070 Shake

Surf Curse, Care, and Kuromi are playing a benefit show for the ACLU at The Smell

Artist David Lloyd will be discussing his current exhibition at Klowden Mann gallery at 3pm

The Aero Theatre is showing Ingmar Bergman’s The Seventh Seal

Apr 022015
 

Kitten- Cut It Out

Things to do in Los Angeles this weekend (4/2-4/5)-

Thursday

Artist talk: Charles Gaines and Sam Durant at the Hammer Museum- http://hammer.ucla.edu/programs-events/2015/04/artist-talk-sam-durant-charles-gaines/

The G2 Gallery is kicking off Earth Month by having an off site exhibition of photos taken at various national parks. The reception takes place at Pico House downtown with wine and hors d’oeuvres (free with RSVP) – http://www.calendar.theg2gallery.com/site-artist-reception-2/#prettyPhoto

Guster is playing with Kishi Bashi at the Wiltern- http://www.wiltern.com/events/eventdetail/?viewNav=/eventdetail&eventId=09004D90F44A5513&oid=0

Mikky Ekko is performing at Sonos Studio for free with RSVP but get there early as there will be a big crowd and the studio is not that big- http://www.eventbrite.com/e/sonos-studio-pandora-an-evening-with-mikky-ekko-tickets-16165500447

Thursday through Saturday

Cinefamily is showing the films of Hal Hartley with the director himself in attendance- http://www.cinefamily.org/films/the-films-of-hal-hartley/

Friday

Kitten is playing at the Troubadour (also on Saturday)- http://www.troubadour.com/event/779781-kitten-los-angeles/

New York performer and nightlife personality Linda Simpson is presenting The Drag Explosion, a collection of her snapshots of the 80′s and 90′s drag community, for which she will provide live narration to accompany her photos and will also host a post-performance Q&A. It’s free and happening at the West Hollywood Council Chambers- http://one.usc.edu/linda-simpson/

TV on the Radio is at the Hollywood Palladium- http://www.thehollywoodpalladium.com/events/tv-on-the-radio/#.VRzbqWaDRFU

Saturday

Artists Ed Templeton and Thomas Campbell will be signing their books at Arcana Books in Culver City- http://us2.campaign-archive1.com/?u=e1aefb300c0b30799e5ae413b&id=154c0231a5&e=b170ad139d

Los Angeles Beer Fest is at LA Center Studios downtown- $40 for a three hour session of beer tasting (food not included)- http://www.drinkeatplay.com/labeerfest/

Sunday

The Bunny Museum in Pasadena is open from 2-7pm (usually it’s only by appointment) and you can celebrate Easter by feeding some of their live bunnies while looking at the collection of over 30,000 bunny items- http://www.thebunnymuseum.com/

Also worth noting:

April is here and so is MOPLA, the month long photography event in Los Angeles- http://www.monthofphotography.com/#about-2

Oct 232014
 

TV On The Radio- Happy Idiot

Things to do in Los Angeles this weekend (10/23-10/26)-

Thursday

TV On The Radio are at The Mayan- http://goldenvoice.com/shows/details/?id=254955

The Pumpkin Pie group show opens at Daniel Rolnik gallery in Santa Monica- artwork starts at $20- https://www.facebook.com/events/288464961362411

Allo Darlin’ are playing at the Echo- http://www.theecho.com/event/655831-allo-darlin-los-angeles/

Producer and musician Daniel Lanois will be at the Grammy Museum for a performance and discussion of his work- http://www.grammymuseum.org/events/detail/the-drop-daniel-lanois

Friday

Bradford Cox (Deerhunter), Dean Wareham (Galaxie 500, Luna) Tom Verlaine (Television), Martin Rev (Suicide) and Eleanor Friedberger (The Fiery Furnaces) will perform live original scores to 15 never seen before Andy Warhol films for- Exposed – Songs for Unseen Warhol Films at UCLA’s Royce Hall- http://cap.ucla.edu/calendar/details/warholexposed

Night of the Living Zoo at the LA Zoo has dramatic Edgar Allen Poe readings, live music, drinks, a costume contest, and of course, the animals – http://www.lazoo.org/nightofthelivingzoo/

Friday and Saturday

Broken Bells are at the Orpheum Theatre- http://goldenvoice.com/shows/details/?id=252154

Saturday

At Jerry Beck’s Halloween Spooktacular at Cinefamily he is screening “a selection of strange, creepy Halloween-related cartoons using vintage prints in 16mm and 35mm that range from ghoulishly red Eastmancolor to gorgeously garish Technicolor”- http://www.cinefamily.org/films/spectrefest-2014/#spectrefest-jerry-becks-halloween-spooktacular

If you are willing to head a little out of Los Angeles, Beach Goth at The Observatory in Santa Ana has a pretty awesome lineup which includes- The Drums, DIIV, Bleached, Tijuana Panthers, Atlas Sound and more- 3 stages $40 and also, Pauly Shore is hosting- http://www.observatoryoc.com/events/beach-goth-3

Festival Supreme, at the Shrine, hosted by Tenacious D, is a comedy and music festival that definitely leans more towards the comedy- lineup includes Workaholics, The State, Cheech and Chong, Peaches, Fred Armisen and tons more as well as a “Circus of Death” with a carousel, haunted forest and a bounce house church among other attractions- http://festivalsupreme.com/

LACMA has a double Johnny Depp/Tim Burton feature – Sleepy Hollow and Edward Scissorhandshttp://www.lacma.org/event/sleepy-hollow-0

Saturday and Sunday

Brewery Art Walk is back this weekend- have some drinks and snacks and wander around the huge complex checking out open art studios- http://breweryartwalk.com/

Sunday

Daryl Hall & John Oates at the Greek- https://www.greektheatrela.com/events/event_details.php?id=2919

If you are at the Hollywood Farmer’s Market on Ivar, make sure to stop by Pumpkin Fest at Space 15 Twenty- DIY mini pumpkins, flea market and a DJ- http://www.space15twenty.com/