Once a year, Filter Magazine brings jaded Angelenos back to reality with the Culture Collide Festival! The most outlandish festival to hit California, Culture Collide parks itself right on Sunset Blvd. in Echo...
To begin, how do you feel that your new album has managed to push the envelope on originality in the music industry? That is to say, how have you managed to stay relevant after all these years in a society that is obsessed with mainstream individuals like Rhianna and Justin Beiber?
Mike Kinsella, also known as the man behind Owen is releasing a new 7" called O, Evelyn along with a new T-shirt design. We're working with Polyvinyl to give One winner a test pressing of the 7" (only about 10 were made) + a full art copy of the 7" + a T-shirt!
Social Distortion recently ended their three night sold out run at the Hollywood Palladium. After a nearly eight year absence, Mike Ness and the band are back with a new album entitled Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes on Epitaph which made it to the #4 spot on Billboard’s Top 200.
Since joining all-female punk trio Vivian Girls during the spring of 2007 Katy Goodman's DIY-style bass playing and drifty-faded vocals have sent waves of adoration rippling throughout Brooklyn's pop punk circuit. Her newest band La Sera showcases her signature style, bringing her talent for creating dreamy pop songs even more to the forefront.
How well do you know the music of Against Me!? Well enough to create a "Greatest Hits" album to be chosen by the band members? I advise you get out your AgMe! collection and start making your track listing, then come back here and enter your track listing in our comment field below. Remember the members of Against Me! will be choosing the winners.
The Walkmen/Japandroids @ Henry Fonda, Hollywood, CA September 15, 2010 Photos and Review by Kevin Corazza Japandroids opened the night with a blistering two man guitar/drum attack that has made me a...
The good folks over at The Daily Storm have highlighted a great collection of Sub Pop songs from the 90s. The label has always had a tremendous roster of artists and the 90s in particular might bring some nostalgia for all the influential bands that existed in that decade. Enjoy!
Wavves record release for their new album “King of the Beach” coincided with the last ever show at Madam Wong’s. The venue was a punk staple in LA during the late 70s and 80s when the scene was vibrant but has fallen on hard times since. After a few scattered shows late last year continuing into 2010, new owners are taking over the space, which has ended the venue’s trial run of new shows.