Nov 062014

King Tuff- Alone & Stoned

Things to do in Los Angeles this weekend (11-6-11/9)-


King Tuff are at the El Rey Theatre-

The Hammer is hosting Love Has Many Faces- An Evening with Joni Mitchell where they will be screening The Fiddle and the Drum- a film of the eponymous ballet set to her songs followed by a Q & A with the artist and a celebration of her birthday-

Artist Analia Saban discusses her work with curator Nancy Myer in the Broad gallery at LACMA-

The Black Keys are playing at The Forum with Jake Bugg-


We Were Promised Jetpacks are at The Fonda with The Twilight Sad-

Yacht are playing at The Regent-


Two screenings and discussions at MOCA Grand Ave- Larry Clark’s Passing Through and Wu Tsang’s Wildness. Both directors will speak after the films. Free with admission to the museum-

There is an artist talk with Robert Hale and curator jill moniz at Reginald Ingraham Gallery in Culver City-

NELA Art Second Saturday Gallery Night is a great way to check out the northeast Los Angeles-

Silverlake Art Craft and Vintage Flea Market –

Pharell Williams along with the members of OFWGKTA and others are at the Park at the LA Coliseum for the 3rd Annual Camp Flog Gnaw-

Saturday and Sunday

DesignerCon is in Pasadena and showcases toys, art and apparel amidst several events- only $5 per day-


Slowdive is at the Theatre at the Ace Hotel- the Ace website says sold out but there are still tickets available on the Ticketmaster site-

All weekend (through the 13th) is AFI Fest- all tickets for films are free-

Jan 252014

Jake Bugg- Seen It All

Only 19 years old, and already English artist Jake Bugg has had an album reach number one on the UK Albums Chart (Jake Bugg 2012). His most recent, Shangri La, was released in November last year and was produced by Rick Rubin. He’s often compared to Bob Dylan but there is a lot of variety in his music as well as his influences.

This song is off his self-titled album. He’s playing tonight (1/24) at The Wiltern before moving on to Dallas and then Houston, Texas.

Jan 232014

Grimes- Oblivion

Things to do in Los Angeles this weekend


  • Foster the People FREE show- get a ticket at MOCA Grand Avenue- 539 S. Los Angeles Street- Doors open at 6pm



  • A Day on Broadway- a bunch of the events are full but the theater talks and self guided tour have day of registration, and there is a happy hour at the new Ace hotel so make sure to get a ticket by 12:30pm if you want to include that in your day-
  • Cat Art Show (all cat related art) opens Saturday night at 101/exhibit (artists include Tracey Emin, Gary Baseman and Shepard Fairey-


Eager to try a new restaurant in Los Angeles?- it’s DineLA time again (until 1/31)-