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Short Story in a Song— "Weird Boy Next Door"

The Muffs is a rock phoenix that emerged from the ashes of legendary LA band, The Pandoras. Founded by Kim Shattuck and Melanie Vammen in the early 90s, The Muffs went through a few configurations before landing on the solid trio of  273 more words

The Garden - Mirror Might Steal Your Charm REVIEW

According to the Garden’s only two members, twins Wyatt and Fletcher Shears, the band’s name is a metaphor for their growth and expansion into new sounds. 709 more words


Song Of The Day: The Pandoras, "You Burn Me Up And Down"

Back in the 1990s, at the height of the stupid grunge movement and gossipy “battle of the dress” between Courtney Love and Babes In Toyland’s Kat Bjelland… 434 more words

Song Of The Day

Kelsey Reckling Has a lot Under Her Belt

On a beautiful sunny day in Echo Park, I had the opportunity to sit and chat with pop rock singer/songwriter Kelsey Reckling. Not only is she a musician, she is also a photographer and naturalist. 1,129 more words


LA LUZ - " California Finally "

Los Angeles has often been described as a “dream factory” both a mecca where dreamers converge to pursue long-held aspirations, and a topography of hallucinogenic contradictions: enchanting tangerine sunsets diffused by smog, crystal-clutching spiritualists mingling with deep-pocketed narcissists, rows of scenic palms competing with garish billboards for commuters’ attention. 115 more words


The PREFAB MESSIAHS - " Psychsploitation Today "

The spontaneous regeneration of The Prefab Messiahs continues to be one of the best left field surprises of the past few years. For those in need of a history lesson, the group started their life back in the early 1980’s as a band of young, scrappy, left field, DIY, post-punk, garage-psych-pop provocateurs, and a part of the… 321 more words