Sad Park- Nothing Ever
This song is from Sad Park’s 2021 album, It’s All Over.
They are playing tonight (6/23/22) at The Echo, in Los Angeles.
The Gaslamp Killer- In The Dark
Tonight (6/16/22) at Clifton’s Republic in Los Angeles is Airplane Mode, a worldwide series established by Gaslamp Killer. Joining him will be Dan the Automator and Jeremy Sole with visuals by Stranger Liquids.
Yung Lean ft. FKA twigs- Bliss
Every month I listen to the majority of bands/singers/musicians/artists who are playing in Los Angeles and select some for the playlist. It includes a variety of genres and mostly the most current work by the artist.
Freddie Gibbs- Big Boss Rabbit
The playlist below is made up of musical selections from bands and musicians who played in Los Angeles in July of 2021, and others who had or were part of concerts online. The selection includes a variety of genres, and usually the artists’ more recent work.
Cautious Clay- Strange Love feat. Saba
The playlist below is made up of musical selections from bands and musicians who played in Los Angeles in June of 2021, and others who had or were part of concerts online. As always, the selection includes a variety of genres.
The playlist above is made up of musical selections from bands and musicians who would have played in Los Angeles in May 2020 if not for the COVID-19 pandemic, or others who had or were part of concerts online.
One song that is included is DJ Shadow’s Rocket Fuel featuring De La Soul which is from his 2019 album Our Pathetic Age.
Yasiin Bey- Niggas in Poorest
On Sunday, 1/13/19, Yasiin Bey (the artist formerly known as Mos Def) will be performing over all Kanye West beats at The Regent Theater.
DJ Shadow feat. Run The Jewels- Nobody Speak
DJ Shadow is playing a sold out show tonight, 9/29/16, at the Teragram Ballroom in Los Angeles with Noer the Boy. His new album, The Mountain Will Fall, featuring the track above, was released in June of this year. Watch for cameos in the video of DJ Shadow (in a wig) and the members of Run The Jewels.
Radiohead- No Surprises
This song is from Radiohead’s third album, OK Computer, which was released in 1997. The video was directed by Grant Gee, who also followed the band on tour after the release of the album. The result was Meeting People is Easy, a combination music video/documentary from which the clip below is from. Thom Yorke’s struggles to hold his breath through numerous frustrating takes gives a new appreciation for the video’s visual success.
Radiohead are playing two shows in Los Angeles on 8/4 and 8/8 at The Shrine Auditorium.
Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark- Electricity
This is from OMD’s eponymous 1980 album and was also their debut single.
The band are opening for the Barenaked Ladies at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles along with Howard Jones on Sunday 7/24/16.