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Beck - Mutations (1998)

There is more to Beck than his slacker rapping pounding hit “Loser”. In 1996, Beck released his supreme second official studio album, Odelay, launching Beck to become one of the best musicians of our generation. 945 more words


Music Industry Professionals: Never Let "Genreism" Pigeon-hole You (My Brief Reaction To Music Business Worldwide's Sit Down With IGA's President & COO, John Janick)

Music Business Worldwide set down with Interscope Geffen A&M President & COO, John Janick, to “ask about his five years at IGA, how building Fueled By Ramen prepared him for the job, and a host of modern industry issues.” What I like the most about this piece is the fact that it demonstrates and reinforces the idea that, against the general notion that music industry folks are narrowly focused on specific genres (or genre groups), one can achieve success across genres. 148 more words


The Lion (Geffen Playhouse)

I LOVED The Lion! In its final stop on a lengthy world tour which included 2 off-Broadway runs (and a Drama Desk award for Outstanding Solo Performance), Benjamin Scheuer’s one-man autobiographical musical will have its final performance next month on The Geffen stage.   197 more words


Frenchie Davis (Geffen Playhouse)

An Evening with Frenchie Davis was a lovely event that had the Geffen audience standing on its feet.

Frenchie is an accomplished singer and performer and showed everyone what it is to “Frenchify” a song. 131 more words


Tyketto: Don't Come Easy (Rock Candy)


Don’t Come Easy
Rock Candy Records

If one were to consult the history books as a means of predicting the fate of Tyketto… 607 more words

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MOCA at the Geffen, & Street Art!

In October, AOAT Seniors enjoyed a trip to Little Tokyo to tour the Geffen branch of MOCA, and had the added treat of a “curated” walk around the area’s blossoming street art scene, narrated by Ms. 33 more words