Archive | August, 2010

Amber Rubarth Live on 8/31 “Flowerhours”

In her six years as a professional musician, AmbeR Rubarth has won 1st Place in the International Songwriting Competition (for her song “Washing Day” in 2006), been featured on both NPR and BBC, toured all over the U.S. and Europe, and even co-composed the soundtracks for movies such as the recent documentary “Joan Rivers: A […]

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Sadie Boo-Boo Wintermute Live on 8/26 “Flowerhours”

Tune in at 9PM tonight (yes Thursday!) to hear Sadie Boo-Boo Wintermute play on “Flowerhours.” Intriguing name, and even more intriguing songs! A tribute to Chinese poet and frequent carouser Liu Ling, and a beautiful cover of Billy Holiday’s “My Man” will be included! -DJ Lilly

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So Many Wizards In-Studio on Gachan Gachan from 4-6 PM Today!

The adorably-monikered So Many Wizards will play in-studio on Gachan Gachan w/ DJ Space Cadet from 4-6 PM today. The band is an indie pop band with upbeat melodies and extra keyboard! They’re also one of the most active, up-and-coming bands in LA – LA Record named their new EP one of the top fifteen releases to watch […]

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KSPC Charts 8/16 – 8/22

Oakland foursome the Splinters were #1 on KSPC for the second week in a row! 1.    The Splinters    Kick    Double Negative 2.    Grasscut    1 Inch/ 1/2 Mile    Ninjatune 3.    Candy Claws    Hidden Lands    twosyllable 4.    Vanish Valley    Vanish Valley    Hard Bark 5.    Frontier Ruckus    Deadmalls and Nightfalls    Ramseur 6.    […]

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Cap’n Jazz Review/Preview: My punk rock exorcism

Pictured: Rachel D. (bottom left, center) gazing mistily at Cap’n Jazz frontman Tim Kinsella during their 7/23 reunion show at the Black Cat in Washington, D.C. (More photos at Brightest Young Things.) Today, she explains why you should definitely see them on 8/28 at the Echoplex. July 23rd, 2010 – It is an unspeakably hot […]

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