The playlist below is made up of musical selections from bands and musicians who played in Los Angeles in September of 2021. The selection includes a variety of genres, and usually includes the artists’ more recent work.
Things to do in Los Angeles this weekend (2/20-2/23/20)-
Hammer Museum is hosting Constitutional Happy Hour a chance to have a few cheap drinks while learning about the US Constitution. This week Loyola Law School professor David Glazier will be discussing the War Powers Clause (Article 1, Section 8, Clause 11)
Artist Gala Porras-Kim will be discussing her work and MOCA’s permanent collection with UCLA Professor of Art History and Conservation of Material Culture Glenn Wharton and MOCA Assistant Curator and Manager of Publications Bryan Barcena at the Grand Avenue location
Hip-hop supergroup Czarface (Inspectah Deck, 7L & Esoteric) are performing at Catch One
Little People, Frameworks, and Yppah are playing at The Paramount
Mutual Benefit are playing at the Bootleg Theater with Sonoda and Nicholas Krgovich
As part of the UCLA Film & Television Archive’s John Sayles series, they will be showing Sayles’ film Sunshine State at Hammer Museum with Sayles in attendance for a conversation and book signing ($9)
Here the Birds Burn: A Phantasmagoria Revival, a horror theater performance, is taking place throughout the Victorian era homes at Heritage Square. “Incorporating working authentic 18th & 19th century magic lanterns with hand painted glass slides, along with being joined by fellow period-era theater guests, this immersive performance, set in the 1830s, promises an evening of frightful delight”. (running Thursday-Sunday)
No Age are playing at The Smell with Würm and Milo Gonzalez
Not From England are playing at The Smell with Moon Fuzz, Poll Tax Riot and Buddha Trixie
ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives at the USC Libraries is hosting a book launch with editors Allyson Mitchell and Cait McKinney for Inside Killjoy’s Kastle: Dykey Ghosts, Feminist Monsters, and Other Lesbian Hauntings. The contributors to this volume consider the role of lesbian feminist histories and direct-action aesthetics in contemporary queer and feminist communities, particularly the ways in which political artwork can produce new ways of knowing about the past. The book launch will include readings and performances by Deirdre Logue, Nao Bustamante, Kyla Tompkins, Karen Tongson, Jennifer Doyle, and David Evans Frantz, and a pop-up feminist gift shop by Otherwild.
FEELS are playing an early show at Zebulon with Gustaf, Gesserit and Cumgirl8
Zebulon has a free screening of Walter Hill’s The Driver (1978) with a performance by Charade to follow
Mamalarky are playing at the Bootleg Theater with Girl Friday and Eyeshadow