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The CLASH - " Opens the Roxy on New Year’s Day " - 1st January 1977 40 Years Ago

On January. 1st, 1977, Joe Strummer took center stage at London’s burgeoning punk rock refuge, the Roxy. As if presciently ordaining himself the harbinger of what was in store for the pivotal year, “1977” was scrawled boldly across the frontman’s tattered white collared shirt as he and his fellow band members… 784 more words


Hot Shorts Film Festival 2016

What’s Hot London’s ‘Hot Shorts Film Festival 2016. Well done to all selected film-makers! In my role as festival organiser it was cool to see a packed venue and offer an entertaining and diverse selection of films. 54 more words

Still Corners (and the not-so-still Night) at the Roxy

Last night Still Corners performed to a (not-so-still) audience at the Roxy. The first day of fall in Los Angeles was warm, yet gusty, with winds like no other blowing about Sunset Blvd. 379 more words

Live Shows

VIDEO: Banks and Steelz - "GIANT"

Just click play! I’ve been waiting for this video to drop, “GIANT” from Banks and Steelz aka Paul Banks of Interpol and RZA of Wu-Tang! 37 more words

New Music

KROQ Locals Only Presents Dear Boy 'Parts Of A Flower' EP Release Show At The Roxy August 3

KROQ Locals Only Presents Dear Boy EP release show at The Roxy Wednesday, August 3rd with special guests Feels and The Paranoyds.

Dear Boy have been featured several times of Locals Only, most recently with their song “Hesitation Waltz.” Their new EP,  23 more words

Live Review: Poison The Well @ The Roxy

Two years ago I wrote a piece about how Poison The Well should get back together. They were one of those bands that really expanded their sound and evolved in a good way. 444 more words

Live Show Reviews

What You Want Is in the Limo

Alice Cooper’s Billion Dollar Babies. These three unprecedented tours—and the albums that inspired them—were the most ambitious of these artists’ careers, and they forever changed the landscape of rock and roll: the economics, the privileges, and the very essence of the concert experience. 424 more words