Sep 212017
 

Amber Mark- Lose My Cool

Things to do in Los Angeles this weekend (9/21-9/24/17)-

Thursday

Amber Mark and Kacy Hill are the opening acts for the Glass Animals show at The Shrine

For Hauser & Wirth’s free outdoor double feature film screening this week, artist Paul McCarthy has chosen The Pawnbroker and Mudhoney

The Venice Art Crawl returns with galleries open late and free performances

Friday

Hammer Museum is having a free music night- ¡Pa’rriba! (Get Up!)- with performances by Lido Pimienta, Sister Mantos, and Chulita Vinyl Club

TokiMonsta is playing at The Wiltern

Steady Holiday and Jimmy Whispers are opening for Dent May at the Bootleg Theater

Psychic TV are playing at the Echoplex with LA Drones

This Will Destroy You are playing at Pico Union Project

Saturday

Outfest Fusion is hosting Proud Movie Night in Grand Park with a showcase of short films, DJ sets, and a Q&A with filmmakers before the films

There will be a reading of Jean-Paul Sartre’s Nausea in the North Gallery of Hauser & Wirth, chosen by artist Paul McCarthy to follow his exhibition (free but register)

The Hi Hat and Play Like A Girl are having a free panel discussion- Pitch Perfect: Navigating The World of Press and Publicity– with a group of women journalists and publicists from the music industry

Kasabian are playing at The Wiltern with Slaves opening

So Many Wizards, Melted and Pinky Pinky are playing a benefit downtown for Non Plus Ultra

Sunday

MOCA Grand Ave is hosting roundtable discussion “addressing the omission of women from the dominant art historical narrative, both on a local and global scale”. Hammer Chief Curator Connie Butler and Los Angeles–based artists Barbara T. Smith and Lita Albuquerque will discuss their work to remedy this as curators, art historians, and artists, with MOCA Chief Curator Helen Molesworth moderating.

In conjunction with the programming for Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, artist Nuno Ramos will be discussing his work, currently on view at Hauser & Wirth, with curator Graham Steele (free but register)

Abbot Kinney Festival returns for its annual event with vendors, rides, live music and more (free)

Generacion Suicida are playing at The Echo with Fantasy Lane and Die Group

Frankie Rose is playing at the Echoplex with Suburban Living and Business of Dreams

Jul 212016
 

Autolux- Change My Head

Things to do in Los Angeles this weekend (7/21-7/24/16)-

Thursday

Gaslamp Killer and Daedelus are playing DJ sets at Amoeba Records

Venice Art Crawl returns with free music and gallery events in the area

Twilight Concerts at Santa Monica Pier continue this week with Psychedelic Furs and Day Wave (free)

The Hammer Museum’s Disappear Here music series continues this week with Ceci Bastida and Mark Redito (free)

UBERMORGEN are giving a free talk at Machine Project titled Media Hacking vs. Conceptual Art – an artist talk!

Thao and the Get Down Stay Down are playing a free concert at Skirball Cultural Center

Friday

LACMA is hosting Dapper Day an event to coincide with their jazz programming and their exhibition Reigning Men: Fashion in Menswear, 1715–2015

Brit Manor is playing a free show at Resident with Madame Gandhi

Bunny Wailer is playing at the Regent Theater

Saturday

Autolux are playing at the El Rey Theatre with Eureka The Butcher

If you missed UBERMORGEN’s talk on Thursday you can check out their free workshop at Machine ProjectGOOGLE WILL EAT ITSELF and the EKMRZ Trilogy which offers lessons in scamming online economies

Burger Records is hosting the Getty’s Saturdays off the 405 free music event with bands The Garden, The Muffs, Gap Dream, Jessie Jones and Vajj

Lobster Fest at the Port of Los Angeles has three days of music as well- tonight it’s The Colourist and Kitten headlining

Cherry Glazerr and  No Parents are headlining a long list of bands for Dirty Penni Fest at The Echo

Pershing Square is having David Brighton’s Bowie Tribute (free)

Sunday

Artist Ursula von Rydingsvard is giving a talk at Hauser Wirth & Schimmel (free with RSVP)

Artist Barbara Kasten, ICA Philadelphia Curator Alex Klein and MOCA Senior Curator Bennett Simpson lead a walkthrough of Kasten’s exhibition at the Pacific Design Center (free)

Dengue Fever are playing at Tree People, an outdoor theater in Coldwater Canyon Park

Jun 182015
 

Cayucas- Cayucos

Things to do in Los Angeles this weekend (6/18-6/21/15)-

Thursday

The Art of Melrose is a series of themed events taking place on the third Thursday of the month this summer, from Fairfax to Highland on Melrose with a focus on a three block section. This time for Focus on Fashion it will be Gardner, Martel and Fuller and the businesses will be offering everything from discounts and gifts with purchase to free food and drink  – https://www.facebook.com/events/859366760820083/

Cornerstone Theater Company is performing California:The Tempest based on Shakespeare’s play, for free in Grand Park (through the 20th)- http://grandparkla.org/event/shakespeare-in-grand-park/

Venice Art Crawl has art events, music, entertainment and local business discounts – http://www.veniceartcrawl.com/

Friday

The Gas Lamp Killer Experience is the DJ/Producer playing with a 10 piece band-FREE as part of Grand Performances summer program at California Plaza- http://www.grandperformances.org/gaslamp-killer

Fever the Ghost, Fartbarf, and Harriet Brown are playing at the Echo- http://www.theecho.com/event/827025-fever-ghost-los-angeles/

Surfer Blood are playing with Gothic Tropic at the Troubadour- http://www.troubadour.com/event/838397-surfer-blood-los-angeles/

The Container Yard is celebrating its one year anniversary party with a party that will include music, art and food trucks ($5 with a portion of the proceeds going to Self Help Graphics)- https://www.eventbrite.com/e/tcy-1-year-anniversary-tickets-17220655444

Jonathan Richman is at the El Rey Theater- http://www.theelrey.com/events/detail/278791

Saturday

Cayucas are playing a free show at One Colorado in Pasadena for KCRW’s Summer Nights- http://summernights.kcrw.com/events/2015/6/20/kcrw-summer-nights

Nearby is the Pasadena Chalk Festival at Paseo Colorado which features some incredible sidewalk murals (also on Sunday)- http://www.pasadenachalkfestival.com/

The band for Saturdays off the 405 at the Getty Center is Shannon and the Clams (free/ parking at the center after 5 is $10)- http://www.getty.edu/visit/cal/events/ev_480.html

Culver City’s Summer Crawl includes a free figure sketching class at Graphaids, discounts at some of the local businesses and other events in the area while you check out the art galleries- several shows are opening that night as well- http://culvercityartsdistrict.com/summer-crawl-2015/

Sunday

Underworld and Jungle are at the Hollywood Bowl- http://www.hollywoodbowl.com/tickets/underworld-jungle/2015-06-21

All weekend and through the end of the month is The Hollywood Fringe Festival which has a VERY extensive list of programming (over 250 shows!)- http://www.hollywoodfringe.org/

Mar 192015
 

Sea Lions- Tell You

Things to do in Los Angeles this weekend (3/19-3/22)-

Thursday

The first of the four Venice Art Crawls this year is tonight and will have art, live painting, music, performances and more- https://www.facebook.com/theveniceartcrawl

Jason Reitman’s live read at LACMA for tonight is Dazed and Confused. Advanced tickets are sold out but there will be some available at the door two hours before showtime- http://www.lacma.org/event/live-read-14

Thursday and Friday

The members of The Both return to Largo for Aimee Mann and Ted Leo’s One Way Mission to March: a Springtime Variety Show along with Jonathan Coulton and Tim Heidecker- http://www.largo-la.com/event/787739-aimee-mann-ted-leos-one-way-los-angeles/

Friday

Tijuana Panthers are playing with Oxnard band Sea Lions at the Echo- http://www.theecho.com/event/734779-tijuana-panthers-los-angeles/

Saturday

The Million Dollar Theater downtown is showing Bonnie and Clyde with live jazz/ragtime before the screening ($10)- http://www.grandcentralmarket.com/events/443/bonnie-and-clyde-screening-at-the-million-dollar-theatre

Church Sessions is hosting an evening with John Doe and Exene from X and Robyn Hitchcock at the First Unitarian Church- http://www.theecho.com/event/779743-church-sessions-john-doe-los-angeles/

Sunday

of Montreal is playing at the Regent Theater – http://www.theregenttheater.com/event/746573-montreal-los-angeles/

LAXART gallery in Hollywood is having another panel discussion on photography titled Remembering Forward from 4-6pm (free)- http://laxart.org/events/view/remembering-forward-conversations-on-photography-2/#images

Heidi Duckler Dance Company’s newest piece explores the intersection of dance and architecture as the audience moves around Mayne’s Morphosis in Culver City for Space Opera– discounted to $15 if you are a Culver City resident, or $25 if not- https://heididuckler.secure.force.com/ticket/#details_a0Si00000075EQCEA2

Artist William Pope.L and MOCA Senior Curator Bennett Simpson discuss Pope.L’s Trinket at the MOCA Geffen (free with RSVP and museum admission)- http://sites.moca.org/the-curve/art-talk-william-pope-l-and-bennett-simpson/

Ciclavia is taking over the San Fernando Valley this time- http://beta.ciclavia.org/ciclavia_the_valley

Dec 192013
 

Suicidal Tendencies- Institutionalized

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