• Bright Lights

    With a new lineup and their own label, Bedouin Soundclash sees a new horizon By Kevin Longrie   Jay Malinowski and Eon Sinclair have always been ambitious. At Queen’s University in

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  • Lil Wayne I’m Still Music II Tour

    New Orleans native Dwayne Michael Carter started rapping when he was 9 years old and hit pay dirt 17 years later with his Grammy-winning, double platinum-selling album, Tha Carter III. A

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  • “Revolutionaries”

    Featuring the work of street artists ABCNT and CRYPTIK, as well as fine art pieces from Asad Faulwell and Oscar Magallanes, “Revolutionaries” at Petersen Projects gallery in Pomona reminds us of

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  • Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival

    Now in its 12th year, the Inland Valley’s alternative music fest is still going strong in the grassy fields surrounded by the desert dunes of Coachella. Filled with multiple stages and non-stop

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  • Chris Robinson Brotherhood

    After finishing up their concert tour last winter, The Black Crowes once again announced their hiatus—making it the second time in the band’s history that they’ve taken a break. Almost within

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  • Lucky Number

    Eighteen years after their major-label debut, 311 is still down By Jasen T. Davis They weren’t the first band to combine rap and rock (Rage Against the Machine, Limp Bizkit) and they

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  • Intelligent Life

    With a Deadhead-like following, Slightly Stoopid can only get smarter By Arrissia Owen   Miles Doughty and Kyle McDonald make a career out of dubby bass, reverb, tight guitars and

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  • Medical MacGyver

    Travel to Lebanon, Nepal or Afghanistan and you’ll find yourself at one of the hash-making capitals of the world. But save your frequent flyer miles and check out our quick-and-dirty guerilla-style

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